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mcli rail focus workgroup 27 september 2005 mcli rail focus
MCLI RAIL FOCUS WORKGROUP
27 SEPTEMBER 2005
MCLI RAIL FOCUS WORKGROUP
27 SEPTEMBER 2005
Working together to make the Maputo Corridor first choice for all stakeholders
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AGENDA
Welcome
Call to order
Meeting Objectives
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Approval of previous meeting’s minutes - (30 August 2005)
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Follow up and feedback from minutes/meetings held
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New Business
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Other
Closure
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Welcome :MCLI FOCUS WORKGROUPS – HIGHEST LEVEL CONSTRAINTS- SDI REPORT 2005
LIMITED
COMERCIAL
CARGO
CLEARING
HOURS/ 1 STOP
LACK OF RAIL
CAPACITY
DELAY OF OMU
– RGR/
SPOORNET
Night to
OPERATIONAL
IN-EFFICIENCIES
LACK OF
FORMALISED
INSTITUTION
FRAMEWORK &
GOVERNMENT
PARNERSHIP
FUNDING
LACK OF
REGULAR
CONTAINER
LINES CALLING
THE PORT –
ECONOMIES OF
SCALE
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Call to order
Circulate attendance register
Apologies
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Approval of previous meeting’s minutes - (30 August 2005)
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Follow up and feedback from meetings held
Feedback issues raised at meeting – 30 August, 2005:
Mr Barnard undertook to forward technical corrections to the presentation done by Freight Train to
MCLI. – CB
Financial Costings Mr van Heerden undertook to assist MCLI in preparing the document with
financial costing: This Item still needed to be actioned. PvH & NG
It was agreed that the tonnage figures given by Spoornet in April be included as an attachment to
the minutes of 30 August. - Done
In response to a query about what is the single point of entry for Spoornet new business, Mr
Stephens undertook to investigate this and report back to the Workgroup - CB
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MOÇAMBIQUE
Ambiente de Investimento Rui Fonseco – 15 September 2005
Economia
Ferrovias
Estradas
Pontes
Portos
Principais Investimentos em curso no sector
Ferro-Portuário
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¾
¾
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Reabilitação da Linha Férrea de Salamanga (US$ 25 Milhões);
Recondicionamento e reconversão de 45 locomotivas (US$ 21 Milhões);
Reabilitação de 1000 vagões (US$ 20 Milhões);
Instalação de ensilagem de cereais no Porto da Beira (US$ 12 Milhões);
¾ Reabilitação da Linha Férrea de Ressano Garcia (US$ 12 Milhões);
¾ Reabilitação das linhas de acesso aos Portos de Maputo e Matola (US$ 6 Milhões);
¾ Instalação de ensilagem de cereais no Porto de Nacala (US$ 5 Milhões);
¾ Em fase de estudo:
¾ Criação, em parceria com o sector privado, de uma empresa de leasing
de equipamento ferroviário;
¾ Criação de uma empresa de manutenção e reconstrução de linhas
férreas.
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Cross Communication – other focus workgroups
Shipping –
Costing model final stages including Swaziland costs will be posted to the website
Container sailing schedules update fort nightly – www.mcli.co .za
Agreed Jorge Ferraz – MIPS do procedure for transit imports – post to MCLI website
Border Feedback ex today’s meeting…..
Operational performance at the Lebombo Border Post – SARS
New manager for cargo – Piet van der Westhuisen – starting 1 October
Franito – return load – Lucas Potgieter – all pre-cleared – hours – apply for spcial
dispensation
Survey for extended hours to 10:00pm – agents response?
Operational performance at the Ressano Garcia Border Post – Alfandegas
Communication during the month – bribes on roads – SAHC Comments in newsflash
Animal Feed In transit Import – JAN BEKKER – JF MIPS do procedure – website
Institutional –
DOT funding & Participation – MCLI – application revised to make provision for office move - at DOT DG to
sign
National Freight Logistics Strategy Summary – 23 Sept – Riad Khan – no duplicate what is in place at MCLI
Swaziland Presentation – invitaiton to p[resent to Cabinet – 11 October – high focus on port of Maputo &
participation in Mpumalanga Corridor Forum
Swazi Rail committed to corridor to Maputo – also form Limpopo to Richardsbay – present today
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New Business
• Meeting Frequency after 25 October 2005
•Operational performance – SA side – JS/CB
• Operational performance – Mozambique – JZ/MR – Apologies
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Open network meeting 25 October 2005
Finalise speakers 2 success stories –Dick Moore/Jorge Ferraz
Sponsor - Exporters club – Johannesburg – MIPS
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Other
Date of next meeting:
25 October 2005
Exporters club
Johannesburg
Closure
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[email protected]
www.mcli.co.za
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