Han Ozturk, Nectar Group Ltd - Challenges for New Dry Bulk Terminals


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Han Ozturk, Nectar Group Ltd delivered the presentation at IMM’s Mozambique Coal Conference 2013.

The IMM’s Mozambique Coal conference features a comprehensive program which discusses the latest mining developments, assesses the way forward for the country’s crucial port and rail progress and examines Mozambican Government policies and the investment opportunities.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.immevents.com/mozambiqueconference

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Han Ozturk, Nectar Group Ltd - Challenges for New Dry Bulk Terminals

  1. 1. Challenges for New Dry Bulk Terminals Terminal Operator’s Perspective
  2. 2.  Established since 1972 with Head Office in the U.K.  Key areas of business: Bulk Handling, Bagging, Bulk Terminal Management, Expediting, Inland Logistics and Technical Consultancy  Over 40 years of experience in developing regions  Worked over 75 countries and 150 different locations  Annually over 8 million tonnes handled  Owner and manager of large fleet of bulk handling equipment Nectar Group Limited
  3. 3. Changing Market Dynamics Economic Difficulties in developed economies Impact on growth in the Far East Changes in Fleet characteristics  Changing trade patterns New sources of supply
  4. 4. Terminal Developments Three Fundamental areas: Supply of material from origin to Port Terminal Function Loading & Scheduling of Vessels
  5. 5. Complex Relationships •Railway authorities •Land owners •The town •Politics •Conflicting interests •Multiple clients •Agreements throughout the logistics chain •Consultants •Port Owner •Concessionaire company •Terminal Operator The port Users/clients Local Authorities Government
  6. 6. Supply of Material Renovation of supply lines Adequate capacity Management & scheduling Contingency plans
  7. 7. Terminal Design o Design versus practice o Avoiding bottlenecks Ship Loaders Splitter Bin Excavators Hoppers Hoppers Hoppers Stacker Stock Yard Area 100A – Hoppers, CV-100-01, CV-100-02 Area 200A – CV-200-01, Stacker Area 300A – CV-300-01, TS-300-01 Area 400 – Civil, Utilities and Electrical/Automation Water PlantElectrical and Control Room TCC8 – Commissioning Breakdown Area 200B – Hoppers, CV-200-02, CV-200-03 Area 200C – Hoppers, CV-200-04, CV-200-05 Area 300B – CV-300-02, TS-300-02 Area 100B – Excavators Area 500 – Sampling Station Area 200D – CV-200-06, Splitter Bin Area 200E – Front Loaders
  8. 8. Port Infrastructure Berths
  9. 9. Equipment & Materials Lifetime consideration Budget or safety Quality control Fit for local circumstances
  10. 10. Vessel Planning Berth availability Port demands & priorities Safe access Extreme weather
  11. 11. Operational Challenges
  12. 12. Technical Challenges Documentation Warranty issues Design deficiencies Local labour training & retention Stock Management
  13. 13. Take a long term view Consider & link all elements of logistical chain with emphasis on local & regional circumstances The cheapest is not always the best option Never relinquish quality control Get the terminal operator involved from the design stage How to avoid costly mistakes ?
  14. 14. Thank you www.nectargroup.net Nectar Group Limited 1 Ashton Gate Ashton Road Harold Wood Romford RM3 8UF Tel: +44 1708 386 555 Fax: +44 1708 386 665 E-mail: nectar.uk@nectargroup,net