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Intermodal hub planning flawed, say analysts

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The Tambo Springs intermodal hub built near Katlehong in Gauteng, is unwarranted.
This is one of the findings of a centre of gravity analysis performed by multinational firm Arup, which plotted the optimised use of containers in Gauteng for Transnet.
The analysis was discussed yesterday at the 36th Southern Transport Conference in Tshwane.
Key to the analysis was establishing where inland terminals should be developed to ensure last mile transport costs – the most expensive part of any supply chain – are as cheap and efficient as possible.
The importance of this is evidenced by the fact that it costs more to move a shipping container from City Deep in Johannesburg to Pretoria than it does to move the same container from Durban to Johannesburg.
Transport makes up 57% of South Africa’s logistics costs, while the global average is 40%. Part of the reason for this is the long distances between Durban and Johannesburg; and Cape Town and Johannesburg.
“We also have too much rail-friendly cargo on the road,” says logistics expert, Gerard de Villiers, who presented ‘Improving Competitiveness of Companies in South Africa through Logistics and Supply Chain Management’ to the conference.
“One glaring example of this is the copper transported 2 500km from the Democratic Republic of Congo by road, to Durban.”
De Villiers believes the real challenge in the Durban port has to do with the port precinct. “If we want to solve the congestion challenges at the Durban port, we need to move and extend the gate to places like Cato Ridge – or further away – where a shuttle could take containers in and out of the port.”
He adds that the country should be careful as to how it plans the Natal Corridor (Natcor) to accommodate future freight volumes. “I believe we need to look at Coega, which could service Gauteng. We could park bigger vessels in Ngqura and double-stack containers to Gauteng. Maybe we need to start thinking about Walvis Bay, with two 12-metre containers (road trains) serving Gauteng, rather than putting everything through Durban.”
He points out that BMW South Africa used the Cape Town port for its Rosslyn-bound containers, instead of Durban, despite the elongated distance.
“We can also do so much better as southern Africa if we start bringing in Maputo and other regional ports. That is the type of thinking we need and where we should be going,” he says.