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Report
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Port and Transport Development &
Human Capital
from a knowledge institute’s perspective
Capt. Albert Bos
October 2014
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Content
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Short introduction
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(Regional) maritime and transport industry
development.
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Port vision 2030.
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Cluster Thinking
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Knowlegde institute
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Aruba
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•850 employees in the Netherlands
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Locations in the Netherlands
•Europe
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North-South
East-West
Coastline
Land
Water
People
Hinterland
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275 km
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150 km
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450 km
: 33,893 km2
: 7,650 km2
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17 mln
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350 mln
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Offices and projects worldwide
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Established: Brazil, Colombia, Kazakhstan, Philippines, SouthAfrica, Sultanate of Oman, The Netherlands (11), Vietnam (4)
Planned/ WiP: Indonesia, West Africa, East Africa
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Recent New Offices
Ho Chi Minh City
(Vietnam, 2011)
Sohar (Oman, 2011)
Rotterdam (NL, 2005)
Rotterdam (NL, 2012)
Brielle (NL, 2011)
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Performance data
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No of employees
No of students
No of certificates issued annually
Average annual turnover
Accredited by
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850 - 1100
8,000
12,000
EUR 80 million
ISO 9001:2008
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(Regional) maritime and
transport industry development
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Economic development and world
shipping
Trade patterns
Change in consumption
Market structures
Industry production structure
Globalisation
Population growth
Productivity growth
Technological improvements
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The boom in shipping trade
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Traditional cargo flows
EXAMPLES OF MAIN
COMMODITIES SHIPPED
Cocking Coal
Thermal Coal
Iron Ore / DRI
Main importers; EU & China
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Actual global maritime traffic of the entire
global merchant fleet
Source: Maritime Traffic based on AIS, http://www.marinetraffic.com/en/p/satellite-ais
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Evolving trends affecting international
shipping and seaborne trade
Some key trends currently affecting international shipping and its
operating landscape include the following elements:
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Effect of the 2008/2009 crisis on global demand, finance and trade
Structural shifts in global production patterns
Changes in comparative advantages and mineral resource endowments
Rise of the South and shift of economic influence away from traditional
centers of growth
Demographics with related implications for global production and
consumption patterns
Arrival of container megaships and other transport-related technological
advances
Climate change and natural hazards
Energy costs and environmental sustainability
Panama Canal upgrade and expansion
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Future nautical accessibility
Tier 1: Ports are preparing for New Panamax vessels
Legend
nautical draft at berth
>15m or more
Freeport
12-15m
10-12m
<10m
Veracruz
Kingston
Colon
Causedo
Cartagena
Limon/Moin
Source: MTBS, Study on Ports and Maritime Strategies in Greater Caribbean, July 2014
Point Lisas
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Regional port development
Tier 2: Developing and maturing ports, regional transshipment
ports, niche ports
Legend
nautical draft at berth
>15m or more
Havana
Progreso
12-15m
Mariel
10-12m
<10m
Rio Haina
Altamira
Port au Prince
Port de Jarry
Santo Tomas de Castilla
Fort de France
Puerto Barrios
Willemstad
Puerto Cortes
Santa Marta
La Guaira
Barranquilla
Puerto Cabello
Source: MTBS, Study on Ports and Maritime Strategies in Greater Caribbean, July 2014
Port of Spain
Port Vision
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Example: Port Vision 2030
Trends
Factors
1. Increasing globalisation leading to increasing global
transport of goods
2. Growing mismatch supply and demand for fossil fuels,
ores, water, food and minerals leading to price
increases, hikes and spikes, shortages and export
restrictions … geo-politics
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Example: Port Vision 2030
Trends
Factors
3. Development labour market and knowledge economy
• Demand for competent people exceeds supply
• Competition for competent workforce increases,
leading to an international labour market
• Dutch economy will be hampered to compete on
cost of production and labour
• Investing and stimulation for a future in the port
become key
• Transparency and reliability are key
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Example: Port Vision 2030
Trends
Other factors
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Scaling up in transport
Integration logistic chains
Climate change and sustainability
ICT
Changing EU energy and fuel mix
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Example: Port Vision 2030
Vision on port and industry
Key words
• Efficiency and sustainability
• Connection with regional logistics hubs
• Cooperation public sector, private sector and
knowledge institutes
• High-quality labour market and environment,
accessibility
• Cornerstone regional prosperity
• Invest in economy and quality of life
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Example: Port Vision 2030
Vision on port and industry
Factors to succes
1) Investment climate
2) Land use
3) Accessibilty
4) Shipping
5) Enviroment,safety & Quality of life.
6) Work
7) City & region
8) Laws and regulations
9) Innovation
10) Europe
Cluster thinking
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Basic cluster theory
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Structure
Food
processing
industry
Construction
industry
Dredging
Metal and
machine
working
cluster
Marine
equipment
suppliers
Offshore
suppliers
Offshore
Energy
sector
Navy
Maritime,
Transport and
Logistics
Cluster
Leisure
tourism
industry
Shipbuilding
Maritime
services
Yachting
Defence
Fishing
Ports
Inland
shipping
Shipping
Logistics
transport
cluster
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Clusters
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Human capital development
Food
processing
industry
Construction
industry
Offshore
Dredging
Fishing
Defence
Energy
sector
Marine
equipment
suppliers
Navy
Maritime,
Transport and
Logistics
Cluster
Metal and
machine
working Offshore
cluster
suppliers
Leisure
tourism
industry
Shipbuilding
Maritime
services
Ports
Inland
shipping
Shipping
Yachting
Education and Training
Logistics
transport
cluster
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A Knowdlegde institute
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Education, Training, Technical
Assistance and Applied Research
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Transport chain vs training levels
Master
Integrated Service Provider
Factory
Customs
Customs
Distribution
Centre
Terminal
Operator
Terminal
Operator
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Inland Waterway
Operator
Transport chain
Distribution
Centre
Higher
Professional
Outlet
Education
Vocational
Education
Pre-vocational
Education
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Clusters
Maritime
and
offshore
(related)
Process
industry
and
energy
Clusters
Transport
and
logistics
Port and
terminals
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Non-profit foundation
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STC-Group Advisory Board
- Damen Shipyards Gorinchem
(Chair)
- Deltalinqs
- Nautilus International
- Mooy Logistics B.V.
- Huntsman Holland B.V.
- United Fish Auctions
- Van den Herik-Sliedrecht
- Interstream Barging
- Koninklijk Nederlands Vervoer
- Rotterdam The Hague Airport
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STC-Group Supervisory Board
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Vroon B.V. (Chair)
Port of Rotterdam
Van Oord
Huntsman
Damen Shipyards Gorinchem
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Industry Branch Commissions
Advising about content,
developments and need for
education and training in the relevant
industries.
Representing industries:
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Ports
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Air transport
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Road transport
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Logistics
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Rail transport
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Inland navigation
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Shipbuilding
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Dredging
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Sea shipping
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Sea fisheries
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Process industries
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Why
Prior to organising transport and handling cargo,
professionals must have obtained knowledge,
understanding and skills from the best institute serving
the maritime and transport (related) industries.
By Education & Training – Confucius.
Hear and forget.
See and remember.
Do and Understand.
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How
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Lecturers and instructors
• Professionals from the industry, for (future) industry
professionals
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Course material
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Execution
• On-the-job, in the regio or with an STC Centre of Excellence
anywhere in the world
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Services
• Standard and tailor-made, B2B and B2G
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Infrastructure
• Modern and smart learning environments
• Simulators
• Vocational training centres
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How
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How
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How
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What
• (Simulated assisted) education, training and courses
• Centres of Excellence; Management assistance,
training course for instructors; Refresher courses;
Course development
• Technical assistance, not limited to:
• IMO Whitelisting; Policy advice vocational education;
Port and terminal operations upgrade; Staff
development programs; Recruitment, assessment,
selection
• Innovation and (applied) research
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What
Key issues in the services provided
• Competency
• Rules and regulations
• Efficiency
• Safety and security
• Environment
Aruba
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Aruba
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Area: 180 km2
Coastline: 70 km
GDP: USD 2.5 bln
Population: 102,000
Annual population growth rate: 1.3
Associate Member of the UN OHRLLS - UN Office of the High
Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked
Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States
Stable political climate
Airport with about 30 international connections
Cruise port
Tourism industry
Strong focus on the Latin America and USA (tourism and prescreening port)
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Aruba
Challenges:
• Closure of Refinery.
• Average age tourist getting higher.
• Diversification of the economy.
• Infrastructure development.
• Growing older population
• Education and training of the workforce
Potential:
• Land available, existing port infrastructure
• On the shipping route Panama Canal, North and East South America,
Southern Africa, Asia
• Link to Latin-America, USA and Europe
• Upcoming economies such as Colombia.
• Modern International Airport with around 30 destinations.
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Demography
Source: CIA World Fact book
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Old port situation
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New port at Bacadera
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New port at Bacadera
• Present container flow 20.000 to 30.000 TEU
• Pre-screening Port USA.
• Upcoming economies such as Colombia
• En-route new Traffic flow by New Panama Canal.
• ( Semi) Hub/transit port for US and Cariben.
• Future container flow above 100.000 TEU.
• Attracting new companies for the shipping & logistic industry
• Green industry
• Immediate job creation.
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New cruiseport
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New cruiseport
• Increase of calls , now around 300 ships
• Now around 900.000 passengers.
• Bahamas has 6 million passengers.
• Demand for additional personel
• Immediate job creation.
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Battle the Challenges and Future Aruba:
• Vision 2020
• Carbon free 2020
• First Economic Pilar : Tourism
• Second Economic Pilar : New Green industry by 2020
• Dedicated cruise-terminal/ becoming major cruise destination.
• Dedicated Container terminal = Pre screening Port USA / Semi
Hub.
This is leading in creating and the need of:
a knowledge hub.
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Airport
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Airport
• Modern International Airport
• 30 destinations
• Pre screening US- Airport
• Possibilty to grow into a regional hub airport.
• Transit passegners
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Interlink airport
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Interlink airport
• Create Cluster principal
• Interlink airport between
•Tourism
• Goods
• Creating extra additional jobs on top of port expension
• Creating Green industry’s
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Battle the Challenges:
• To prepare for the future.
• Create new economic pilar.
• Create knowledge hub – Logisitcs.
• Other workforce needed.
• Profession shift of skilled labor force.
• New education needed.
• Can lead to a strong second Economic Pilar.
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Thank you
Visiting address
port number 230, Lloydstraat 300, 3024 EA Rotterdam
Postal address
PO Box 63140, 3002 JC Rotterdam
Country
The Netherlands
Director
Capt. A. Bos
Telephone
+31 (0)10 448 6000 x 6024
Email
[email protected]
Websites
www.stc-bv.nl | www.stc-group.nl
www.portdevelopmentafrica.com | www.portandcorridor.org
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for the maritime and transport (related) industries

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