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Namibian Ports Authority
“Ports of Opportunity for Regional Growth”
A Presentation to the Delegation from the
NAMIBIAN LOG...
CONTENTS
1. Mandate and Structure
2. Link to National Strategy
3. Growth
4. Ports and Hinterland Links
5. Successes
6. Maj...
• Body Corporate established by Act of Parliament
• Falls under ambit of State-Owned Enterprises Governance Act
• State-ow...
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
PORT
AUTHORITY
Port Engineering
Projects
Marine Services
Risk and Security
Legal
PORT
OPERATIONS
L...
DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia
National
Imperatives
shall have a well-functioning, high quality transpo...
DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality
transport infrastructure con...
DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality
transport infrastructure con...
DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality
transport infrastructure con...
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500 000
1 000 000
1 500 000
2 000 000
2 500 000
3 000 000
3 500 000
4 000 000
Total cargo containerised
Total cargo in b...
WALVIS BAY CORRIDORS
• EXISTING Trans-Kalahari  Walvis-Ndola-Lubumbashi  Trans-Cunene
• NEW / UPGRADED
• Road Swakopmund...
• Bilateral agreement Botswana and Namibia signed
March 2014
• Namport will develop a coal terminal at SADC Gateway
Termin...
• Total Assets grew from 1.5 Billion NAD in 2008 to 2.8 Billion NAD in 2013
• Cargo Tonnage handled grew from 4.6 MT in 20...
• Maximised existing capacity at Walvis Bay Port
• Increased TEU capacity from 250,000 to 355,000 TEUs
• Increased draft a...
• Creating long-term sustainability
Extend current Port of Walvis Bay towards north – SADC Gateway (10 times
bigger than c...
Increased Ship Repair /
Dry Docking Capacity
• Current Syncrolift (dry-dock) has lifting
capacity of 2000 t
• In 2006, est...
Awards and Recognition
• Old Mutual Top Performing SOE in Namibia – 2010
• Best Port Operator or Terminal in Africa Award ...
Port of Walvis Bay
In 2013, the port handled 6.2 million tonnes of cargo and 1,541 vessels visited the port
Medium-Term Projects – Port of Walvis Bay
NEW CONTAINER TERMINAL
(2017)
• 40 HA
• 600 m quay length,
• 750,000 TEU p.a.
• ...
Medium-Term Projects – Port of Lüderitz
• Cold Storage
Facility as a PPP
Project (2015 /
2016)
• New Port Rail
Network (20...
Long-Term Projects
PORT OF WALVIS BAY
SADC GATEWAY
• 1330 HA of port land
• 10,000 m of quay walls & jetties
• 30 large be...
Illustration from: http://www.quintiq.com/industries/mining.html
Namibian portion of the Trans-Kalahari Railway Route
Comm...
• 5 HA
• Adjacent and connected to
the local authority’s
waterfront development
• Feasibility Study
• Tender for Developer...
• Will issue tender for
Port Automation
Consulting Services in
2014
• Implementation
Partner to be
appointed early 2015
Po...
Port Capacity Building Programme
• Marine Pilots
• Tugmasters
• Productivity
• Cargo MLE Operators
• Pool Cargo MLE Operat...
Port of Lüderitz
In 2013, the port handled 372,068 tonnes of cargo and 823 ships visited the port
Port of Lüderitz
Medium-Term Projects
• DEVELOPMENT OF A COLD STORAGE FACILITY AS A PPP PROJECT
(2015 / 2016)
• NEW PORT R...
Other Developments :
• Luderitz Corridor Initiative
• Possible Manganese Ore Exports via Heavy Duty Rail from
Hotazel in S...
LÜDERITZ CORRIDORS
• EXISTING
• Trans-Oranje Corridor road
• Rail to port not connected
• NEW / UPGRADED
• Aus – Lüderitz ...
NEW DEEP WATER PORT
AREA AT ANGRA POINT
PPP PROJECT
• 886 HA
• Handling of iron ore,
manganese, coal, phosphate
• Heavy-ha...
DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia
National
Imperatives
shall have a well-functioning, high quality transpo...
Dakar : 1,6
Dakar
Lagos-Lekki : 2,5
Lekki
Abidjan
Abidjan II : 1,4
Lome LCT : 1,9
Lome Badagry
Lagos-Badagry : 2,0
Kribi: ...
Projected water-depths between –15 m and –16 m
13.5
14
14.5
15
15.5
16
16.5
17
17.5
18
18.5
projected water-depths (m)
The port of Walvis Bay and Namport
The port of Walvis Bay and Namport
The port of Walvis Bay and Namport
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A presentation done by Mr Tino Hanabeb (Senior Manager Commercial: Namibian Ports Authority), at the Transport Forum SIG: "Visiting the port of Walvis Bay and the Launch of the Namibian Logistics Hub Forum" on 4 December 2014 in Walvis Bay, hosted by WBCG. The topic of the presentation was: "An Introduction to the Port of Walvis Bay".

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The port of Walvis Bay and Namport

  1. 1. Namibian Ports Authority “Ports of Opportunity for Regional Growth” A Presentation to the Delegation from the NAMIBIAN LOGISTICS HUB FORUM/TRANSPORT SIG By Mr I Hanabeb Acting Executive : Port Operations Walvis Bay – 04 December 2014
  2. 2. CONTENTS 1. Mandate and Structure 2. Link to National Strategy 3. Growth 4. Ports and Hinterland Links 5. Successes 6. Major Projects 7. Challenges 8. Competition
  3. 3. • Body Corporate established by Act of Parliament • Falls under ambit of State-Owned Enterprises Governance Act • State-owned Enterprise in the Transport Sector (Maritime Sub-Sector) • Ministry of Works and Transport is portfolio Ministry • Board of Directors comprises 5 independent non-executive members • Key objects • Manage and exercise control over operation of ports, lighthouses, and other navigation aids in Namibia and territorial waters • Provide facilities / services related to a port
  4. 4. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER PORT AUTHORITY Port Engineering Projects Marine Services Risk and Security Legal PORT OPERATIONS Lüderitz Port Operations Walvis Bay Port Operations Commercial Organisational Performance & Strategy Property Corporate Communications HUMAN RESOURCES HR Services Employee Relations Organisational Development & Training FINANCE Financial Services Procurement Management Accounting Reporting and Compliance ICT Business Applications Infrastructure Business Processes Internal Audit Company Secretarial Services
  5. 5. DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia National Imperatives shall have a well-functioning, high quality transport infrastructure connected to major local and regional markets as well as linked to the Port of Walvis Bay: 70% of rail National Imperativesway network to comply with SADC axle load recommendation of 18.5 tonnes DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations TRANSPORT MARITIME SUB-SECTOR SECTORAL EXECUTION PLAN Namport Strategy National Imperatives A prosperous and industrialised Namibia, developed by her human resources, enjoying peace, harmony and political stability Fourth NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
  6. 6. DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality transport infrastructure connected to major local and regional markets as well as linked to the Port of Walvis Bay: 70% of railway network to comply with SADC axle load recommendation of 18.5 tonnes DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations NDP 4 GOALS DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations
  7. 7. DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality transport infrastructure connected to major local and regional markets as well as linked to the Port of Walvis Bay: 70% of railway network to comply with SADC axle load recommendation of 18.5 tonnes DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations • New Container Terminal • Walvis Bay SADC Gateway • Luderitz Deep Water Port Area Angra Point • NAVIS TOS • Port Community System • Cargo Ops and Seafarer Training • Ship Repair • Waterfront • Car Terminal • Bulk Terminal SADC Gateway • Deep water port area Luderitz Infrastructure Capacity Creation Walvis Bay Infrastructure Development Port Automation Port Capacity Building Port PPP Promotion
  8. 8. DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia shall have a well-functioning, high quality transport infrastructure connected to major local and regional markets as well as linked to the Port of Walvis Bay: 70% of railway network to comply with SADC axle load recommendation of 18.5 tonnes DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations
  9. 9. - 500 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Total cargo containerised Total cargo in bulk / break-bulk TEU growth forecast 2025 1 Million TEUs 2045 3 Million TEUs Containers contribute 41% of Total Revenue
  10. 10. WALVIS BAY CORRIDORS • EXISTING Trans-Kalahari  Walvis-Ndola-Lubumbashi  Trans-Cunene • NEW / UPGRADED • Road Swakopmund – Henties Bay – Uis – Kamanjab • To be upgraded to Bitumen standard. Will link to tarred roads Kamanjab – Oshikango. • Alternative to Trans-Cunene Corridor (saving of 90 km) • Road behind Dunes Walvis Bay – Swakopmund • To be upgraded to bitumen – includes passing lane and bridge over Swakop River. • Links future industrial area behind the Dunes with the port and Hinterland • New Logistics Hubs : 1 in the North; and 1 in the East (Gobabis) • Trans-Kalahari Railway Line Intermodal Links Ports Hinterland
  11. 11. • Bilateral agreement Botswana and Namibia signed March 2014 • Namport will develop a coal terminal at SADC Gateway Terminal and award a concession to the TKR developer • Government appointed project office will enforce the agreement • Estimated 65 Million Tons of Botswana coal through new Coal Terminal per annum • Biggest importers of coal will be China & India Construction will take 5 to 7 years Commissioning by 2019 to 2021 Capital expenditure is around US$ 11 billion Plus another US$ 30 billion in operational costs over 30 years The TransKalahari Railway Line Facts & Figures
  12. 12. • Total Assets grew from 1.5 Billion NAD in 2008 to 2.8 Billion NAD in 2013 • Cargo Tonnage handled grew from 4.6 MT in 2008 to 6.5 MT in 2013 • TEUs handled grew from 183,000 in 2008 to 304,000 in 2013 • Vehicle Imports through Walvis Bay increased from 224,000 in 2008 to 357,000 in 2013 • Job Creation : 576 employees in 2008 increased to 829 in 2013 • Provide Dry Port land for Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana • Introducing a 24/7 service to customers in certain key service areas
  13. 13. • Maximised existing capacity at Walvis Bay Port • Increased TEU capacity from 250,000 to 355,000 TEUs • Increased draft at Berths 1 to 3 from -12.8 m to -14 m • Enabled Berths 1 to 3 to handle 4500 TEU container vessels – berth 2 x 250 m vessels at same time • Relocated a shed on the quay to provide additional stacking pace • Increasing future container handling capacity at Walvis Bay • Commenced building a New Container Terminal with capacity of 750,000 TEUs p.a. with 16m draft and 600 m quay length
  14. 14. • Creating long-term sustainability Extend current Port of Walvis Bay towards north – SADC Gateway (10 times bigger than current port) & create new deep water port area in Lüderitz • Increased efficiences with ICT solutions - NAVIS TOS, SAP HCM, SAP Procurement Systems, SAP Strategy, AIS, etc. • First black Port Captain and Marine Manager appointed • Females in management increased from 1 in 2008 to 8 in 2013 • First female manager appointed in Operations Department
  15. 15. Increased Ship Repair / Dry Docking Capacity • Current Syncrolift (dry-dock) has lifting capacity of 2000 t • In 2006, established floating dock with 8000 t lifting capacity in a PPP • In 2008, second floating dock commissioned • In 2013, third floating dock – lifting capacity of 15,000 t – commissioned • In 2014 awarded tender to establish a third ship repair facility in Walvis Bay
  16. 16. Awards and Recognition • Old Mutual Top Performing SOE in Namibia – 2010 • Best Port Operator or Terminal in Africa Award – 2012 • Africa Ports Evolution Excellence Award – 2013 • Climbed from position 102 in 2004 to position 70 in 2014 on the Unctad Liner Shipping Connectivity Index
  17. 17. Port of Walvis Bay In 2013, the port handled 6.2 million tonnes of cargo and 1,541 vessels visited the port
  18. 18. Medium-Term Projects – Port of Walvis Bay NEW CONTAINER TERMINAL (2017) • 40 HA • 600 m quay length, • 750,000 TEU p.a. • NAD 3.9 billion cost • Cruise Terminal • EPC Contract (Construction) commenced in May 2014
  19. 19. Medium-Term Projects – Port of Lüderitz • Cold Storage Facility as a PPP Project (2015 / 2016) • New Port Rail Network (2015) • Increase Reefer Points to 200 (2015) • Rehabilitation of Luderitz Boatyard (2015)
  20. 20. Long-Term Projects PORT OF WALVIS BAY SADC GATEWAY • 1330 HA of port land • 10,000 m of quay walls & jetties • 30 large berths • Coal Terminal connected to Trans- Kalahari Railway Phase 1 : Tanker Jetty (2016) Government Project Phase 2 : Multi-purpose dry bulk terminal - 30 Million tonnes p.a . Phase 3 : Coal Terminal 5 berths – 65 million tons per annum
  21. 21. Illustration from: http://www.quintiq.com/industries/mining.html Namibian portion of the Trans-Kalahari Railway Route Commissioning 2019 to 2021 CAPEX approx US$ 11 billion +another US$ 30 billion in OPEX over 30 years Trans-Kalahari Railway Line
  22. 22. • 5 HA • Adjacent and connected to the local authority’s waterfront development • Feasibility Study • Tender for Developer will be issued early 2015 Port of Walvis Bay Waterfront and Marina Development
  23. 23. • Will issue tender for Port Automation Consulting Services in 2014 • Implementation Partner to be appointed early 2015 Port Community System
  24. 24. Port Capacity Building Programme • Marine Pilots • Tugmasters • Productivity • Cargo MLE Operators • Pool Cargo MLE Operators
  25. 25. Port of Lüderitz In 2013, the port handled 372,068 tonnes of cargo and 823 ships visited the port
  26. 26. Port of Lüderitz Medium-Term Projects • DEVELOPMENT OF A COLD STORAGE FACILITY AS A PPP PROJECT (2015 / 2016) • NEW PORT RAIL NETWORK (in progress) • INCREASE REEFER POINTS TO 200 • REHABILITATION OF LUDERITZ BOATYARD (2015) • Tender for rehabilitation will be issued within the next few months
  27. 27. Other Developments : • Luderitz Corridor Initiative • Possible Manganese Ore Exports via Heavy Duty Rail from Hotazel in South Africa through Port of Luderitz HotazelLuderitz
  28. 28. LÜDERITZ CORRIDORS • EXISTING • Trans-Oranje Corridor road • Rail to port not connected • NEW / UPGRADED • Aus – Lüderitz Railway Line – will link to Lüderitz Port Rail Network – completion September 2014 • Lüderitz Corridor (Resource Gateway) Initiative • Possible Heavy Haul Rail Deep Water Terminal Angra Point Intermodal Links Ports Hinterland
  29. 29. NEW DEEP WATER PORT AREA AT ANGRA POINT PPP PROJECT • 886 HA • Handling of iron ore, manganese, coal, phosphate • Heavy-haul rail connection possibly to Northern Cape (South Africa) – Hotazel manganese mines) Phase 3 Port of Lüderitz Long-Term Projects
  30. 30. DO 5.1 (Public Infrastructure) : By 2017, Namibia National Imperatives shall have a well-functioning, high quality transport infrastructure connected to major local and regional markets as well as linked to the Port of Walvis Bay: 70% of rail National Imperativesway network to comply with SADC axle load recommendation of 18.5 tonnes DO 6 (Logistics) : By 2017, the volume in cargo handling and rail-transported cargo is double that of 2012, and the Port of Walvis Bay has become the preferred African West Coast port and logistics corridor for southern and central African logistics operations • Lack of rail capacity • Connectivity to efficient and sufficient high quality road infrastructure, logistics centres/dry ports • Minimal use of ICT systems in transport and logistics chain, lack of harmonisation of systems • Cross-border management bottlenecks • Lack of critical skills, work permits • Insufficient capacity - draft, quay infrastructure, port lands • Security / Fraud • Productivity • Demand for fixed berthing windows
  31. 31. Dakar : 1,6 Dakar Lagos-Lekki : 2,5 Lekki Abidjan Abidjan II : 1,4 Lome LCT : 1,9 Lome Badagry Lagos-Badagry : 2,0 Kribi: 0,8 Kribi Main capacity increases in West Africa: 11,55 mio. teu in East and Southern Africa: 23,9 mio. teu Tema Tema: 0,5 Pointe- Noire Pointe-Noire : 0,6 Lome TTL : 0,25 Source: Drewry Maritime Advisors Walvis Bay II : 0,7 Walvis Bay Durban Durban DOP: 9,6 Bagamoyo Bagamoyo: 10 Mombasa II: 1,2 Lamu: 2,4 Mombasa Lamu
  32. 32. Projected water-depths between –15 m and –16 m 13.5 14 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 17.5 18 18.5 projected water-depths (m)

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