MEDIA CONFERENCE- PORT DEVELOPMENT IN KENYA

Report
Port Development in Kenya, now and
the future (Vision 2030)
By
J O Nyarandi
GENERAL MANAGER CORPORATE SERVICES
Kenya Ports Authority
November 20th – 21st 2012
Mombasa, Kenya
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Coverage
 Introduction
 Port of Mombasa Facilities
 Port Traffic
 Coping with high Demand
 Towards Kenya’s Vision 2030
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Introduction

Kenya Ports Authority (KPA), formed by an Act of
Parliament, in 1978, with mandate of managing the
seaports in Kenya

Currently, the Port of Mombasa, is the largest sea
Port and gateway to East & Central Africa.

In line with vision 2030, the infrastructure Sector (the
Port) will play a central role in promotion of trade.

Plans are thus underway to develop Lamu and
Modernize Lake ports
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Kenya Ports Authority
Vision
World class seaports of choice
Mission
To facilitate and promote global maritime trade
through the provision of competitive port services
Mandate
To develop, maintain, operate, improve and regulate all
scheduled seaports along Kenyan coastline.
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Port of Mombasa: Facilities

Has 16 deep-water berths, two bulk
berths, two bulk oil jetties and two dhow jetties

Three Inland Container Depots

Vast Hinterland

Direct connectivity to over 80 ports by 33 Shipping Lines
cement
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2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
AVG.
Growth
Rate
2000 2011
IMPORTS
7,208
8,299
7,844
9,257
10,017
10,700
11,845
13,061
13,311
16,508
16,201
16,938
8.4%
EXPORTS
1,722
1,999
2,380
2,068
2,494
2,278
2,255
2,474
2,685
2,449
2,575
2,788
5.1%
196
303
340
605
409
303
318
426
419
105
158
227
13.0%
9,126
10,601
10,564
11,931
12,920
13,281
14,419
15,962
16,415
19,062
18,934
19,953
7.4%
T/SHIPMENT
GRAND
TOTAL
 Port throughput increased by 7.4% per annum over the last twelve years.
 Imports grew by 8.4%
 Exports grew by 5.1%
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IMPORTS
EXPORTS
TOTAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
Transhipment
2012
‘000
2015
‘000
2020
‘000
2025
‘000
18,481
20,627
26,472
35,449
45,256
5.7
3,093
3,503
5,135
7,042
9,281
5.8
21,574
24,130
31,607
42,491
54,537
5.7
152
221
146
97
64
-8.2
1440
1440
0
New cargo- coal for power
station, titanium & CNG
TOTAL THROUGHPUT('000' DWT)
Container Traffic (‘000’TEUs)
Avg.
2030 Growth
‘000 Rate (%)
21,725
24,351
31,753
44,028
56,041
5.7
900
1,202
1,799
2,485
3,284
7.9
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Container Traffic
2000
2001
2002
2003
FULL
173,971
214,758
229,935
281,617
EMPTY
62,957
75,742
75,492
98,736
128,811
290,500
305,427
380,353
438,597
G.TOTAL
236,928
2004
309,786
2005
309,661
127,010
436,671
2006
326,011
2007
409,584
2008
425,484
2009
404,709
2010
460,228
AVG.
Growt
h Rate
2000 2011
2011
517,289
10.8%
153,344
175,783
190,249
214,107
235,372
253,515
14.0%
479,355
585,367
615,733
618,816
695,600
770,804
11.6%
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Coping with DemandMedium Term

Demolition of sheds to create more stacking yards

Investment in better performing equipment (in last 10
years, sea & shore equipment been replaced)

Implementation of corporate ICT Strategy – KWATOS,
SAP and SIMBA by Customs Department

Working towards E-Port
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Towards Vision 2030
Dredging of Mombasa Port

Dredged to 15 metres and widening of Navigation, channel
and turning basin
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
New berth with a quay length of 240m
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Second Container Terminal

New container terminal on 100 hectares of reclaimed land
with a capacity to handle1.2 million TEUs
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
Integrate all stakeholders electronically on a
common platform

Speed up cargo clearance and delivery
process

Enable the Port to fully achieve its E-Port
status
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Integrated Security System

KPA is implementing an integrated
security system to safeguard from Port
intrusion
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
Development of Crude Oil Handling
Facility
Existing oil handling facilities developed away from
other cargo handling facilities
 Other developments have taken place in their vicinity
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Lamu Port and New Transport Corridor to
Southern Sudan and Ethiopia (LAPSSET)

Development of a new transport corridor

32 berths and entrance channel dredged to
-18 metres

Short term Plan for Port Project is at
tendering stage
Corridor to include oil pipeline from S Sudan

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Avg.
2030 Growth
Rate (%)
2012
2015
2020
2025
Containerized Cargo
5,909
6,435
9,629
13,301
17,579
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Conventional Cargo
1,286
761
617
500
406
-4.1
Dry Bulk
4,880
7,818
11,103
14,948
19,059
8.9
Liquid Bulk
6,406
5,613
5,123
6,700
8,212
1.9
18,481
20,627
26,472
35,449
45,256
5.7
IMPORTS ('000' DWT)
Total
EXPORTS ('000' DWT)
Containerized Cargo
2,636
2,809
4,136
5,499
6,831
5.8
Conventional Cargo
161
582
938
1,510
2,432
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Dry Bulk
127
49
26
14
8
-13.6
Liquid Bulk
168
63
35
19
10
-12.5
3,093
3,503
5,135
7,042
9,281
5.8
21,574
24,130
31,607
42,491
54,537
5.7
152
221
146
97
64
-8.2
1440
1440
0
Total
TOTAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
Transhipment
New cargo- coal for power station,
titanium & CNG
TOTAL THROUGHPUT('000' DWT)
Container Traffic (‘000’TEUs)
21,725
24,351
31,753
44,028
56,041
5.7
895
1,202
1,799
2,485
3,284
7.9
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NO. TYPE OF SHIP
ESTIMATED CARGO VOLUME
000' DWT/TEUS
2020
2030
1 CONTAINER SHIPS
100,000 DWT
8,000
850
14,200
1,500
2 GENERAL CARGO SHIPS
30,000 DWT
2,400
4,200
3 BULK CARGO SHIPS
100,000 DWT
2,600
4,700
0
0
500
800
0
0
13,500
23,900
850
1,500
4 CRUDE OIL CARRIERS
200,000 DWT
5 OIL PRODUCTS CARRIERS
30,000 DWT
6 COAL CARRIERS
30,000 DWT
THROUGHPUT:('000' DWT)
CONTAINER ('000'TEU)
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Lamu Port Berth Design Layout
Bird’s-eye View of First Three Berth of Lamu Port
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The LAPSSET Corridor Route and The Great Equatorial Land
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Dongo Kundu Freeport

Free Port facilities through
Partnership on 3,000 acres
Public
Private

Design of Road Bypass to link Project area and
Mombasa – Lunga Lunga – Nairobi Highway
ready

Linked to the New Container Terminal
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Map for Dongo Kundu Free Port
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Expected Benefits
Development of transshipment business
Breaking Bulk
Sorting, grading, cleaning and mixing;
Labeling, packing and repacking;
Simple and light assembling;
Other services incidental to trade
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Development of Minor Satellite Ports
 The
Authority is responsible for small ports
such as Funzi, Shimoni and Vanga located
in the south coast, Mtwapa, Kilifi, Malindi,
Lamu & Kiunga further north.
 Study on Ports Master Planning is
complete.
A number of them identified for further
development
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Development of Lake Ports
 The
Authority is in the process of taking
over the Lake Ports from the Kenya
Railways.
 This includes Kisumu Pier that will connect
to Uganda
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Conclusion
Integrated approach to planning and
development of Ports in Kenya is in place
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Thank you for your
attention
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