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Alabama State Port Authority Infrastructure for Tomorrows Market October 2005.

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1 Alabama State Port Authority Infrastructure for Tomorrows Market October 2005

2 Who is the Alabama State Port Authority? Full Transportation Services for State/Regional Industries Automotive Aerospace Forest Products Distribution Centers 14th Largest Port in USA - Throughput Tonnage What is ASPA Doing for the Future? New Infrastructure New Container Terminal Marketing Large Tracts for Distribution and Value Added Industries

3 General Cargo & Oversized/Heavy Lift Cargo Berth E Expansion Future Choctaw Point Container Intermodal Yard Pier 2 Container Terminal/Interchange Gate Pier 2 Container Terminal/Interchange Gate I-65 Port of Mobile ASPA Terminal Railway Interchange (5 Class 1 RRs) I-10 (I-65 3 Mi. South) McDuffie Bulk Terminal Bulk Plant

4 TENNESSEE MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA Tennessee River Tennessee-Tombigbee Warrior-Tombigbee Coosa-Alabama Apalachicola- Chattahoochee-Flint Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Port of Mobile Provides Access to Nearly 15,000 Miles of Inland Waterways Serving Great Lakes, Ohio, Upper Miss. And Tennessee Valley Ports

5 Capital Projects McDuffie $ 4M Pier 2 Yard Improvements$ 2M North A Redevelopment$15M Pier C Expansion$7M Pier D $7M Freezer Terminal*$9M Cement Terminal Expansion*$10M Grain Elevator Expansion*$6M Choctaw Point Property $18M Acquisition, Environmental, Engineering, Permitting Total Expenditure$78M * Private Investment

6 2005 Capital Plans Choctaw Point Container Terminal$60.5M McDuffie Expansion$28M Pier E Expansion$9M Security Enhancements$4M Other – Land, Equipment, IT $13M Total 2005 Capital Expenditure$114.5M

7 Security Enhancements Additional Police Officers New Police Building New Fencing & Lighting New CCTV System Digital Video Analysis Software Digital Fingerprinting Equipment $4.5 Million in FY 2005

8 Berth E Improvement Serves General Cargo Converts Ro/Ro Berth to Conventional Berth Provides an additional 250,000+ sq. ft. for General Cargo Use Up to $9M is Being Invested Operational Fall 2005

9 McDuffie Coal Terminal Expansion $28-30 Million Invested Adds New Unloading Capability at Berth 1 Additional Stacker/Reclaimer Unit Train Loading Capability Increases Import Capacity to Million Tons Brings Terminal to a Minimum of 24 Million Tons in Throughput Capacity

10 Choctaw Point Terminal 380 Acre Site

11 CPT – Container Terminal – Stage 1

12 CPT - Intermodal Container Transfer Facility

13 CPT Near-Term Schedule Design/Construction (Stage 1) Concept Design..... Oct. 03 Site Demolition..... Jan. 04 Began Final Design..... May 04 Permits Approved......March 05 Began Construction..... May 05 Operational nd Qtr Expenditures (Stage 1) Bulkhead & Dredging ($22.3M).. April 05 Land Reclamation... Bids Open May 05 Site Stabilization..... Bids Open May 05 Private Partner Selection…Aug. 05 Engineering, Design, & Construction ($40-50M)….4 th Qtr. 05

14 Alabama State Port Authority Infrastructure for Tomorrows Market Thank You!


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