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    Conference: 24 27 June 2013

    Exhibition: 25 26 June 2013

    Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

    Africas largest ports, terminals and harbour infrastructure show

    Co-located with:

    10th annual

  • 10 reasons to attend

    The Africa Ports & Harbours Show is the continents leading ports, harbour, terminals and maritime event. It is Africas only ports, terminals and habour infrastructure exhibition and conference with attendees from all over Africa. It is supported by government, major cargo owners and industry alike.

    The Africa Ports & Harbours Show is a unique exhibition and conference designed to assist port & terminal operators, cargo owners, investors and government to optimise their investment into port infrastructure, boost productivity, prioritise their security strategies and meet sustainability targets

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    Learn how to attract private investment for your port or terminal expansion project

    Learn how to reduce congestion and develop an efficient intermodal model

    Capitalise on the commodities boom by optimising your transport facilities and attract cargo owners

    Get updates on current and largest African port and terminal expansion projects

    Learn how to how to develop an African maritime security strategy

    Garner insights on how to collaborate with a port to ensure efficiency

    Understand how to reduce turnaround time of vessels

    Realise how to apply global maritime & shipping standards in your port terminal operations

    Discover how government can unlock economic growth through port and harbour developments

    Find out how to increase the capacity of your port or terminal

    Secure your business

  • 09:30

    Maritime, Terminal & Port Security Day Monday 24 June 2013 Africa Ports and Harbours 2013 - Tuesday 25 June 2013Day One Day Two

    16:30

    17:00

    18:00

    19:00

    12:00

    12:20

    15:30

    15:50

    14:30

    16:00

    16:30

    14:00

    10:00

    11:20

    14:30

    Enhancing resilient regimes in African countries to impact their participation in global supply chain security

    Nelson MasophiPort Security Officer: Port ElizabethTransnet, South africa

    In conversation: How to make your port expansion programme attractive to investors

    Reynaldo BenchSenior Port SpecialistWorld Bank, United States

    Balancing environmental challenges with port expansion plans, learning from international benchmarks

    Desiree CarolusAssociate DirectorArup, South Africa

    Selecting the latest surveillance, communication and protection technology for your port or terminal

    Titus TsowasebChief of SecurityNamibia Ports Authority

    Why invest in African port infrastructure?

    Gagan SeksariaCFO & Head InvestmentsICTSI Africa, South Africa

    13:30 How to protect Africas burgeoning oil & gas sectors are using maritime tracking

    Jason NagyAfrica Business Development ManagerU.S. Trade and Development AgencyU.S. Consulate General, South Africa

    14:00 Namibia becoming a regional logistics leader how NPA will play its part

    Bisey UirabChief Executive OfficerNamibian Ports Authority, Namibia

    Building credible maritime architecture - addressing maritime security challenges

    Commander Seshadri VasanHead Strategy and Security StudiesCenter for Asia Studies, Chennai

    The role of maritime authorities in the enforcement of port security - an African perspective

    Ronny MkhwanaziBoard MemberSAMSA, South Africa

    What do Angolas port expansion plans look like for the next 10 years

    Diur K. AngeloHead of Ports: Infrastructure and EquipmentLuanda Ministry of Transport, Angola

    How to adapt global port security best practices to suit Africas security challenges

    Captain Henk WesterPort of MaputoMozambique

    Closing remarks by the Chair & end of day

    Closing remarks by the Chairman

    Electric Guitar Party

    Transport Africa Awards

    Networking luncheon

    Networking luncheon and exhibition viewing

    15.00

    15.00

    15.20

    Afternoon refreshments and networking

    Speed networking

    Afternoon refreshments and exhibition opening

    07:30 07:30

    10:20

    10:00

    09:00 09:00

    11:20

    12:00

    11:00

    11:40

    08:50 Opening remarks from the Chairman

    Commander Seshadri VasanHead Strategy and Security StudiesCenter for Asia Studies, India

    08:50 Opening remarks from the Chairman

    Sobantu TilayiExecutive Head: Centre for Shipping ServicesSouth African Martime Safety AuthoritySouth Africa

    Global trends in port and maritime security how they will affect your business

    Hans NiebergallCEO & PresidentSouth Asian and African Regional Ports Security Cooperation, United States of America

    Keynote panel: Innovation, trends and opportunities improving Africas transport sector Jeff Nemeth, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ford Motor Company Of Southern Africa, South AfricaHonourable Erkki Nghimtina, Minister, Ministry of Works &Transport, NamibiaDominique Lafont, CEO, Bollor Africa Logistics, FranceDr Mathews Phosa, Chairman, Continuum Principal Investments, South AfricaHonourable Ntuthuiko Dlamini, Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, SwazilandTau Morwe, CEO, Transnet National Ports Authority, South AfricaPiet Sebola, Group Executive - Strategic Asset Development, PRASA, South Africa

    How to apply global maritime standards to shape the future of the maritime industry in Africa

    Julian Abril GarciaHead, Facilitation Section, Sub-Division for Maritime Security and Facilitation, Maritime Safety DivisionIMO, United Kingdom

    How Nigerian ports will improve their operations through efficient clearing systems

    Habibu AbdullahiManaging DirectorNigerian Ports Authority

    The impact of governments security policy on private sector investment

    Sello RasethabaChairmanXpanse Worldwide Shipping, South Africa

    Port Lamu case study: Building port capacity and profiting from a large capital expenditure program

    Joseph AtongaChief Operations OfficerKenya Ports Authority

    How to develop an African maritime security strategy

    Nancy KarigithuDirector GeneralKenya Maritime Authority, Kenya

    11:00 Increasing TPT's footprint in Africa opportunities for working with ports and terminals in Africa

    Karl SocikwaChief Executive OfficerTransnet Port Terminals, South Africa

    Registration and welcome refreshments Registration and welcome refreshments

    Morning refreshments and networking

    Expo opening and morning refreshments

    AFRICAS SECURITY LANDSCAPE BIG PICTURE

    TESTED STRATEGIES

    AFRICAN PORT & TERMINAL PROJECTSRISK AND INSURANCE

    INVESTMENT AND PARTNERSHIPS

    PORT SUSTAINABILITY

    11:40 How to protect your economy from the increase of smuggling

    Clifford CollingsHead: Anti- Corruption and Security South African Revenue Services

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  • Panel session: How to overcome barriers that impact on port and terminal development and growth

    Nancy Karigithu, Director General, Kenya Maritime AuthorityEng. Nadir Ali, Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Digna Port, SudanEulogue D. Tchobo, Chef du Service des Etudes, Port Autonome de Cotonou, Benin Capt. Sid Ahmed Abd Alghani, Director, Sudanese Maritime Administration Directorate, Sudan

    09:30

    10:40

    Africa Ports and Harbours Wednesday 26 June 2013Day Three

    12:00

    14:00

    11:00 What are the implications of TNPA's new port operations strategies

    Jaqueline BrownPort ManagerTransnet National Port AuthoritySouth Africa

    Networking luncheon

    07:30

    10:00

    09:00

    11:40

    08:50 Opening remarks from the Chairman

    Barbara MommenChief Executive OfficerMaputo Corridor Logistics Initiative, South Africa

    How to introduce operational efficiency through your corridor

    Fernando CoutoChief Executive OfficerNorthern Development Corridor, Mozambique

    Owned vs leased capital equipment opportunities to consider

    Peter MasiExecutive DirectorDar es Salaam Corridor Secretariat, Tanzania

    How to benefit from port management information systems

    Shailendra ShuklaManaging DirectorTransas Middle East, UAE

    How Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority is introducing efficiencies

    Richard AnamooDirector GeneralGhana Ports And Harbours Authority

    Registration and welcome refreshments

    Morning refreshments

    OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY

    REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

    16:40

    15:40

    16:20

    14:40

    Panel: How to ensure efficient collaboration with a portWang Wei, Deputy Managing Director, Cosco Africa, South AfricaJohn Mathenge, Executive Director, Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations, Kenya Mike Walwyn, Vice Chairman, South African Association of Freight ForwardersMichael Luguje, Secretary General, Ports Management Association of West and Central Africa, NigeriaPeter Copley, Transport Specialist, Dev