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De Aar Logistics Hub Project Sheet 21 June 2018

Centrally located hub will reduce costs.

Project Sheet

PROJECT INFORMATION

21 June 2018

Project

De Aar Logistics Hub

Owner

Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison (NCDTSL) Transnet, National Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial Treasury TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM)

Key stakeholders

PROJECT INFORMATION Transaction advisor Technical Project consultants

Ownerstatus Project CAPEX Key stakeholders Estimated project Transactionstart advisor development date Estimated to be created Technicaljobs consultants

Funding PROJECT model DESCRIPTION

PSP Logistics, Aurecon De AarFasken, Logistics Huband NAKO ILISO The project status Cape is at Feasibility Study of Stage. The next Safety steps will be Liaison to conduct a Study Tour and Investors Project Sheet Northern Department Transport, and (NCDTSL) Roadshow. Issue an RFQ in November 2018 21 June 2018 Transnet, National Logistics Hub = ~R2.5 billion Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial

Treasury

Financial close and award estimated to be in March 2020 TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) PROJECT INFORMATION 2 500 permanent and 15 000 indirect jobs and NAKO ILISO PSP Project Logistics, Fasken, Aurecon De Aar Logistics Hub

Public Private Partnership to be adopted. Multi-tiered sub concessions

The Owner project status is at Feasibility Study Stage. The next of steps will be to conduct a Study Tour and Investors Northern Cape Department Transport, Safety and Liaison (NCDTSL) Project status The development of a Logistics Hub in the town of DeIssue Aar that offer Roadshow. anwill RFQ in November 2018 Transnet, National Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial Key stakeholders the following infrastructure to identified tenants: Treasury CAPEX Logistics Hub = ~R2.5 billion  Container Terminal which will act as a Trans- Shipment Inland Transaction advisor TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) Estimated project (Dry) Port as well as consolidation point for Freight • Financial close and award estimated to be inFasken, MarchAurecon 2020 and NAKO ILISO Technical PSP Logistics, development startWarehouse date  Agricultural and Storage Facilitiesconsultants The project status is at Feasibility Study Stage. The next steps will be to conduct a Study Tour and Investors • indirect  Vehicle Yard. Estimated jobsStorage to be created 2 500 permanent jobs Project status and 15 000 Roadshow. Issue an RFQ in November 2018 The objectives for the development include but are not limited to: CAPEX Logistics Hub = ~R2.5 billion PROJECT DESCRIPTION  Provide a sustainable transport network for the transportation project • will The development of a Logistics Hub inEstimated the town of De Aar that offer close and award estimated to be in March 2020 Financial freight/products by small miners and farmers start date development

Project description

Facilitate road-to-rail migration The development of a Logistics Hub in Provide a more efficient logistics route for manganese to the town of De Aar that will offer the folthe Port(s) of Export lowing infrastructure to identified tenants: Potential of a Fuel, Oil and Gas storage facility to identified tenants: • the following Container Terminal which willjobs actto beincreated Serving the Provideinfrastructure relief from road-based freight transportation the • Estimated 2 500 permanent andtransport 15 000 indirectand jobs logistics needs of the Renewable  Northern Container CapeTerminal which will act as a Trans- Shipment Inland • Energy market segment asRevitalize a Trans-Shipment Inland (Dry) PROJECT DESCRIPTION (Dry) Port as line welltoasand consolidation for Freight  the rail from De Aar point development of a Logistics the town of Decatalyst Aar that will for offer the Northern Cape Province and   Port Influence economic • Hub in Economic as well asdevelopment consolidation point Agricultural Warehouse andThe Storage Facilities   Ensure creation of jobs in the area.the following infrastructure to identified tenants: Storage Yard. specifically Pixley ka Seme District community forVehicle freight  Container Terminal which will act as a Trans-the Shipment Inland (Dry) Port as well as consolidation point for Freight to the above, the Inland Dry Port will: • Further Agricultural Warehouse and • Reducing the cost of moving cargo Theobjectives for the development include but are not limited to:  Agricultural Warehouse and Storage Facilities Facilitate road to rail migration network Vehiclefor Storage Yard. Provide a sustainable transport the transportation • Optimising the cargo distribution to the SA port system Facilities   Storage Provide a more efficient logistics route for manganese to the Port(s) of Export freight/products by small miners and farmers • Storage Yard. • Stimulating The objectives for the development include but are notregional limited to: socio-economic development   Vehicle Potential of a Fuel, from Oil and Gas storage facility transportation Provide relief road-based freight in the Provide a sustainable transport network for the transportation  Serving the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable • Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. Northern Cape freight/products by small miners and farmers Energy market segment  Revitalize the railthe line to and from De Aar relief from road-based freight transportation in the Provide The objectives forfor development Economic catalyst the Northern Cape Province and Northern Cape  specifically Influence development theeconomic Pixley ka Seme District Community envisaged impact on the economy in year one of operation include but are not limited to:  Revitalize the railThe line to and from De Aar Ensurethe creation of jobscargo in the area.   Reducing cost of moving Influence development  Provide Optimizing the distribution to transport theSA port systemeconomic • a cargo sustainable is estimated to be a minimum of R1.7-billion.  Ensure creation of jobs in the area.  Stimulating regional socio-economic development Further to the above, Inland Dry Port will: forthe the transportation ofports.   network Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA Facilitate road to rail migration Further to the above, the Inland Dry Port will: freight/products by small miners  Provide a more efficient logistics route for manganese to the  Facilitate to rail migration The envisaged impact on the economy in Year 1 of Operation is road estimated  Provide a more efficient logistics route for manganese to the of Export andPort(s) farmers to be a minimum of R1.7 billion. Port(s) of Export  Potential of a Fuel, Oil and Gas storage facility • Provide relief from road-based  Potential of a Fuel, Oil and Gas storage facility  COMMODITY Serving the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable PROJECT MIX  the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable freight transportation in Serving the market Energy market segment Volume Energy segment Commodity Comment  Northern EconomicCape catalyst for(mtpa) the Northern Cape Province  Economic catalystand for the Northern Cape Province and Container Terminal specifically the Pixley ka Seme District Community specifically the Pixley400 ka000 Seme District Community • Agricultural railofline to cargo and Commodities 100 000  from Reducing the cost of moving cargo  Revitalise Reducing the the cost moving Break-Bulk 7 000  the cargo distribution to the SA port system  Optimizing the cargo 8distribution toOptimizing the per SA annum port system VehiclesDe Aar (Base data: 2015) development 500 Vehicles Stimulating regional socio-economic  Stimulating regional socio-economic development  Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. • Influence economic development  Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. • Ensure creation of jobs in area. Thethe envisaged impact on the economy in Year 1 of Operation is estimated to in be Year a minimum of R1.7 billion. The envisaged impact on the economy 1 of Operation is estimated to be a minimum of R1.7 billion.

The Inland Dry Port will:

PROJECT COMMODITY MIX Commodity

PROJECT COMMODITY MIX Commodity Container Terminal Agricultural Commodities Break-Bulk Vehicles

Volume (mtpa)

Comment

Container Terminal 400 000 Volume Comment Agricultural Commodities 100 000 (mtpa) 7 000 Break-Bulk 400 000 Vehicles Vehicles per annum (Base data: 2015) 8 500 100 000 7 000 8 500 Vehicles per annum (Base data: 2015)

Contact details: Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison | Tel: +27 53 8391743 or +27 53 8391835 E-mail: mdichaba@ncpg.gov.za

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