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    Facilitating Efficient Supply Chains

    Mineral Sands Conference

    March 2017

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    Disclaimer

    This presentation and the information provided in it has been prepared by

    Southern Ports Authority (SPA) for the purposes of addressing this

    audience only and for no other purpose whatsoever. SPA has not audited

    the accuracy or completeness of any information, statements or opinions

    expressed in this presentation. SPA makes no representation and gives

    no assurance, guarantee or warranty, express or implied, as to, and takes

    no responsibility and assumes no liability for the accuracy, suitability or

    completeness of, or any errors in or omission, from any information,

    statement or opinion contained in this presentation which should not be

    relied upon for any purpose whatsoever.

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    Southern Ports

    Vision:

    To be recognised as a safe, efficient and innovative Port

    Authority by all stakeholders.

    Mission Statement:

    To provide efficient, sustainable and commercial trade

    facilitation through the southern ports for the benefit of

    regional communities, customers and Government.

    Values:

    Accountability, Teamwork,

    Future Focus, Integrity

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    Legal context

    Minister for Transport

    Board of Directors

    Port Act & Corporate Act

    Vested waters & lands

    Private versus State investment

    Open access

    Servicing, Leasing & Licensing

    Cost to serve recovery

    Target rate of return on assets

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    Southern Ports Authority catchment

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    Our customers customers

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    Our value to our regions

    11,700 4,700

    All Ports ESPERANCE

    Trade jobs

    925 375Port visits

    220 170SPA jobs

    Trade value$15.6 billion $8 billion

    $140 million $82 millionSPA revenue

    3,000

    ALBANY

    12520

    $1.6 billion

    $15 million

    4,000

    BUNBURY

    42530

    $6 billion

    $42 million

    36 15.2Trade Mtpa 4.6 16.2

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    Trade, revenue, costs, profit

    * FY15 refers to full FY15 Year (12 months) not amalgamated period

    + 1.8% from FY17

    + 0.0% from FY17

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    Cash, Debt and Rate of Return

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    Threats & Opportunities to Southern Ports

    Supply chains are more complex

    Urban encroachment & Community more demanding

    Government budgetary constraints

    Stakeholder involvement

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    Port of Bunbury capabilities

    Rail / Road 70/30

    Occupied 100 ha

    Available 50 ha

    Undeveloped 310 ha

    Max DWT 80,000

    Berth 1 184m / 8.8m

    Berth 2 184m / 7.5m

    Berth 3 210m / 12.2m

    Berth 4 230m / 12.7m

    Berth 5 240m / 12.2m

    Berth 6 230m / 12.7m

    Berth 8 230m / 12.2m

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    1940 1942 1944 1946 1948 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014

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    Port of Bunbury Trade - 1940 to 2015

    Berth 6 (2006)

    Inner Harbour Dredging (1975)

    Berth 3 and 4 (1976)

    Berth 5 (1980)

    Berth 8 (1996)

    Woodchips (2004)

    Outer Harbour Berths 1 & 2 (1965)

    Grain return (2014)

    Last Grain (1987)

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    Port of Bunbury growth: A rich history of key infrastructure decisions

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    Ring road

    Marina

    Bunbury Urban Encroachment

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    Demanding communities

    Transparency

    Education

    Consultation

    Engagement

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    State Investment

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    Private sector involvement

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    Threats & Opportunities to Southern Ports

    Supply chains are more complex

    Our team gather experiences across the supply chain

    Urban encroachment & Community more demanding

    We facilitate positive, pro-active engagement

    Government budgetary constraints

    We facilitate private sector involvement and investment

    Stakeholder involvement

    We deliver our targets

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    Questions?

    March 2017

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