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1 A brief summary of the Ports and logistics industry in the Humber

2 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Sources The industry definitions used within this report are: ONS - BRES, Vacancies, (see next slide for SIC detail) Working Futures – UKCES Regional Planning Service and the Regional Econometric Model from Experain and the REIU Geographies The geographies used for comparison where available and appropriate in this report are: Local Authorities within the Humber – Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire Sub-Regions - Humber, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire National

3 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) SIC Definition 49100 : Passenger rail transport, interurban 49200 : Freight rail transport 49311 : Urban, suburban or metropolitan area passenger railway transportation by underground, metro and similar systems 49319 : Urban, suburban or metropolitan area passenger land transport other than railway transportation by underground, metro and similar systems 49410 : Freight transport by road 49420 : Removal services 50100 : Sea and coastal passenger water transport 50200 : Sea and coastal freight water transport 50300 : Inland passenger water transport 50400 : Inland freight water transport 51210 : Freight air transport 52101 : Operation of warehousing and storage facilities for water transport activities of division 50 52102 : Operation of warehousing and storage facilities for air transport activities of division 51 52103 : Operation of warehousing and storage facilities for land transport activities of division 49 52211 : Operation of rail freight terminals 52220 : Service activities incidental to water transportation 52230 : Service activities incidental to air transportation 52241 : Cargo handling for water transport activities of division 50 52242 : Cargo handling for air transport activities of division 51 52243 : Cargo handling for land transport activities of division 49 52290 : Other transportation support activities This definition was used for the BRES data from NOMIS/ONS

4 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) SOC Definition Ports and Logistics SOC2000 unit groups (4 digit) 1161 : Transport and distribution managers 1162 : Storage and warehouse managers 3511 : Air traffic controllers 3512 : Aircraft pilots and flight engineers 3513 : Ship and hovercraft officers 3514 : Train drivers 4133 : Stock control clerks 4134 : Transport and distribution clerks 8211 : Heavy goods vehicle drivers 8212 : Van drivers 8216 : Rail transport operatives 8217 : Seafarers (merchant navy); barge, lighter and boat operatives 8218 : Air transport operatives 8219 : Transport operatives n.e.c. 8222 : Fork-lift truck drivers 9141 : Stevedores, dockers and slingers 9149 : Other goods handling and storage occupations n.e.c. This definition was used for the sought occupations data from NOMIS/ONS.

5 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics Total Employment Source – BRES/ONS Total Employment in Logistics Industry 2008200920102011 Humber17,61116,45715,93419,289 SCR22,54119,25919,00822,459 LCR42,06336,97338,10946,669 England689,179652,652643,473678,506 Share of total Employment 2008200920102011 Humber 4.6%4.3%4.2%5.3% LCR 3.1%2.8%2.9%3.6% SCR 3.2%2.8% 3.3% England 2.8%2.7% 2.8% Between 2008 and 0011, the sector grew by 9.5% in the Humber, compared to a 1.5% shrinkage in England. In the Sheffield City Region, the sector shrunk by 0.4% but grew by 11% in the Leeds City Region. The sector makes up 5.3% of total employment in the Humber which is a much higher share than in the Leeds and Sheffield city regions in in England.

6 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics FTE, 2008-2023 Source – Experian Regional Planning Service (RPS) HumberWest YorkshireSouth Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post Air & Water Transport Land Transport, Storage & Post Air & Water Transport Land Transport, Storage & Post Air & Water Transport 2008 20,730 490 25,670 30 41,060 810 2009 21,550 450 25,300 30 41,220 830 2010 21,180 420 24,360 40 40,840 890 2011 22,680 410 25,780 50 44,260 1,020 2012 23,580 420 26,750 40 46,340 1,010 2013 24,310 430 27,730 40 48,210 1,020 2014 24,970 440 28,710 40 50,100 1,040 2015 25,550 440 29,650 40 51,910 1,060 2016 25,910 450 30,370 40 53,330 1,070 2017 26,230 460 31,070 40 54,700 1,090 2018 26,520 460 31,750 40 56,030 1,100 2019 26,770 470 32,350 50 57,250 1,110 2020 26,950 470 32,870 50 58,330 1,110 2021 27,090 470 33,330 50 59,330 1,120 2022 27,240 470 33,800 50 60,350 1,120 2023 27,380 470 34,270 50 61,400 1,130

7 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics Share of FTE Employment Source – Experian Regional Planning Service (RPS) Sub RegionSectors Share of 2013 total FTE Employment Humber Land Transport, Storage & Post 7.4% Air & Water Transport 0.1% West Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post 6.1% Air & Water Transport 0.0% South Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post 5.6% Air & Water Transport 0.1%

8 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics GVA, 2008-2023 Source – Experian Regional Planning Service (RPS) HumberWest YorkshireSouth Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post (£mn CVM 2009 prices) Air & Water Transport (£mn CVM 2009 prices) Land Transport, Storage & Post (£mn CVM 2009 prices) Air & Water Transport (£mn CVM 2009 prices) Land Transport, Storage & Post (£mn CVM 2009 prices) Air & Water Transport (£mn CVM 2009 prices) 2008 862 62 1,664 104 1,086 5 2009 772 64 1,457 126 1,040 7 2010 728 61 1,537 151 894 7 2011 764 52 1,595 152 918 7 2012 758 45 1,598 142 903 7 2013 760 43 1,625 142 912 7 2014 768 43 1,661 146 931 7 2015 778 44 1,701 151 953 7 2016 791 46 1,750 156 979 8 2017 804 47 1,800 161 1,005 8 2018 818 48 1,854 166 1,032 8 2019 836 49 1,916 171 1,063 8 2020 855 51 1,983 177 1,096 8 2021 875 52 2,052 183 1,131 9 2022 895 53 2,124 190 1,167 9 2023 916 55 2,197 196 1,205 9

9 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics Share of GVA Source – Experian Regional Planning Service (RPS) Sub RegionSectorsShare of 2013 total GVA Humber Land Transport, Storage & Post 5.2% Air & Water Transport 0.3% West Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post 4.0% Air & Water Transport 0.3% South Yorkshire Land Transport, Storage & Post 4.5% Air & Water Transport 0.0%

10 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics Specialism Location Quotient Humber 1.6 1.9 LCR 0.60.5 0.6 SCR 2.12.02.12.4 The technique is used to gauge the extent of specialisation within a particular sector compared to a reference economy, in this case the UK. A score above 1 suggests some specialisation and any score below 1 indicates no/minimal specialisation. The table above shows strong specialisation in the ports and logistics sector in the Humber compared to the England. It also shows keys strengths in Sheffield City Region.

11 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Transport and Storage: Occupational Composition Source – Working Futures/ UKCES

12 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics: Vacancies Ports and Logistics HumberLCRSCREngland dec 10/nov 11 869 2,687 1,973 54,815 Dec 11/nov 12 987 3,054 1,738 58,432 Share of totalHumberLCRSCREngland dec 10/nov 111.8%1.2%1.7%1.6% Dec 11/nov 121.9%1.2%1.3%1.4% Source – NOMIS/ONS

13 REIU (Regional Economic Intelligence Unit) Ports & Logistics: Sought Occupations* Source – NOMIS/ONS HumberLCRSCR May 11/April 1239,875170,90597,770 May 12/April 1337,165172,04596,440 % Change-7%1%-1%


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