1. Must become thoroughly familiar with Portclearance regulations and unloading procedures.
Theincumbent is to ensure that Contractor s transportation andlogistics control procedures
and plan is properlydeveloped and implemented for timely unloading ofmaterials / equipment
from available port facilities andsubsequent timely transportation to project designated
laydown or other site locations. If material and equipmentunloading and transportation
logistics are causingschedule problems, the incumbent must work with the Constructionand
Interface groups to facilitate solutions and assurethat proper actions are being taken for
2. Ensure Contractor s timely developmentand effective implementation of Project Unloading,
Transportation and Logistics Systems, Procedures, and Detailedschedules. Closely monitor
and audit contractor srelevant implementation plan.
3. Ensure Contractor hasin place an efficient process for the clearance of shipping
documentation for cutoms clearance.
4. Coordinateclosely with Port authorities in Doha and RLC for regulations,procedures and
working schedule details. Understandlimitations and constraints of port facilities and
manpower to assess and provide proactive suggestions to improve theunloading and
transportation operation of theContractor.
5. Work with material control group, boththe site team and the Contractor, to ensure logistics
plan developed by contractor fits the scheduled deliveryrequirement, and jointly develop
contingency measuresfor delivery recognizing the port capacity limitations
6. Interface with other projects and port authorities on a workinglevel to facilitate the effective
sharing of portfacilities and prioritization of NFE materials where criticalInterface and update
information with other NFE EPC sis of critical importance since the four EPC projects share
common accesses and roads inside the NFE site area.
7. Work with construction planning group and interface group,together with other NFE EPC s as
required, tofacilitate alternative routes due to inevitable access roadobstruction and to meet
construction requirements. Moreimportantly, preventative measures and pro-active
contingency planning should be taken into constructability studiesto minimize such