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1 Industrial Park Planning Page 1 Agenda Introduction of Fraunhofer Department of transportation logistics Structure of typical Industrial Park Masterplanning project and services offered in the different stages by Fraunhofer Best practices for typical solutions in an Industrial Park

2 Industrial Park Planning Page 2 Fraunhofer Application center Logistics and Informationsystems Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe Meinberg Cottbus/Germany

3 Industrial Park Planning Page 3 The Fraunhofer-Idea Joseph von Fraunhofer (1787 - 1826) Researcher and entrepreneur Forms of cooperation Ordered research Technology transfer Joint research

4 Industrial Park Planning Page 4 Ordered research for industry, the German State and Public Authorities 57 Institutes in Germany > 12.500 Employees >1.000 Mio. total revenue Branches in the USA and Asia Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft USA Asia

5 Industrial Park Planning Page 5 Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics Facts and Figures Part of the research network of the Fraunhofer- Gesellschaft Founded in 1981 More than 200 employees 16 Mio. Euro total revenue thereof more than 60% from projects with industry, retail and service providers Branches and project centres Cottbus Frankfurt / Main Paderborn Prien / Chiemsee Our fields of activity: Material Flow Systems Enterprise Logistics Logistics, Traffic and Environment

6 Industrial Park Planning Page 6 Logistics for freight transport: Fields of activity of the Department for Transportation Logistics Distribution planning Network planning Information systems for transportation logistics Transport chain design and consultancy for logistics sites

7 Industrial Park Planning Page 7 Distribution logistics Outsourcing Location planning Analysis of transport costs Transport management Supply-Chain- Management Software for logistic purposes Activities:

8 Industrial Park Planning Page 8 Development of software-tools for network optimisation: Optimisation of service level on a network or regional scope Reduction of transport costs by efficient bundling of freight flows Taking operational processes into consideration Optimisation across different transport modes Optimisation across country boundaries Network planning Activities:

9 Industrial Park Planning Page 9 Telematics und Information management Information networks Market research and specification profiles Information Technology (IT) concepts Custom designed software for telematics Activities:

10 Industrial Park Planning Page 10 Transport chain design Activities: Intermodal transport chains Innovative Transhipment technologies Efficient process organisation Development of transport offers in line with the market requirements Application of IT- Technologies Consultancy for logistics sites

11 Industrial Park Planning Page 11 Agenda Introduction of Fraunhofer Department of transportation logistics Structure of typical Industrial Park Masterplanning project and services offered in the different stages by Fraunhofer Best practices for typical solutions in an Industrial Park

12 Industrial Park Planning Page 12 Market Demand Survey & Analysis Best Practice Case Studies Competition & SWOT Analysis Mission Objectives Vision Organization Structure for management company Strategic Function Design Strategic Layout Design Biz Model for management company Market Promotion Plan Cost benefit analysis Recent Five Years Stage I: First Winning Strategies Five to Ten Years Stage II: Second Winning Strategies Ten to Fifteen Years Stage III: Third Winning Strategies Optional project range: Detailed planning to be defined by agreement Strategic Functional Planning for Industrial Parks

13 Industrial Park Planning Page 13 Market Demand Survey & Analysis Market Demand Survey & Analysis Best Practice Case Studies Competition & SWOT Analysis Detailed survey of potential investors and focus industries in the region Survey of existing competition industrial parks and sites for potential settlement of new investors in the region Survey will cover demander, receiver and provider of services Evaluation of specific service and area requirements for the region Analysis of potential demand in area and services: planning data pool with growth rates and development trends Deduction of potential for different functions and value-added services Market survey will be carried out in detail by Chinese experts

14 Industrial Park Planning Page 14 Best Practice Case Studies (Panopa and others) Best Practice Case Studies (Panopa and others) Market Demand Survey & Analysis Competition & SWOT Analysis Optimisation of distribution structure, location planning, transport cost analysis, transport management, network and service planning, simulation tools for efficient bundling of transports Site planning with site sizes and layout planning / optimisation, functional area planning with proper references for new site planning Detailed analysis of German/ European best practice examples Deduction of modern trends in German/ European industrial park development Operating scheme examples and business models in Germany and Europe

15 Industrial Park Planning Page 15 Competition & SWOT Analysis Competition & SWOT Analysis Market Demand Survey & Analysis Best Practice Case Studies (Panopa and others) Clear figure to the Strengths and Weaknesses and future Opportunities and Threats from a neutral view Database: statistical data industrial development for the region. Analysis of potential competitors and interviews with potential investors Analysis of current and future trends and their effects to proposed industrial park Development of handling guide lines and master profile for industrial park development including trend analysis Recommendations for new service areas and market segments, identification of synergy potentials by development of new industrial park for developers

16 Industrial Park Planning Page 16 Mission Objectives Vision Recent Five Years Stage I: First Winning Strategies Five to Ten Years Stage II: Second Winning Strategies Ten to Fifteen Years Stage III: Third Winning Strategies Developing Strategy The developing strategy follows overall vision, mission and objectives statements, which will be developed from the SWOT analysis results A development plan describes these aims for the different stages in detail The development plan will schedule building stages, which can be identified by the planning data base with the required resources by year The development profile and emphasis changes throughout the stages To ensure the achievement the developing stages aims, different winning strategies have to be worked out, each winning strategy for a period of 5 years

17 Industrial Park Planning Page 17 Strategic Function Design Strategic Function Design Strategic Layout Design Strategic function design plans the general location areas without the exact allocation (this will be done by the strategic layout design) Identification of core issues for the industrial park (e.g. affinity of functions to different sub-areas of the overall site, percentage of added value, support of main customers, market forecasts and the interference with other functions / industries) Development of a guideline for the functional design Calculation process from the results of the market survey for different areas with consideration of best practice examples Consideration of regional situation (geography, traffic etc.) Definition and rough allocation of toplevel areas

18 Industrial Park Planning Page 18 Strategic Layout Design Strategic Layout Design Strategic Function Design Fine-planning for each function with direct allocation Site partition with different functions / industries, e.g. production, warehousing, traffic zone, auxiliary functions etc. Optimisation of the interferences with other function / industrial: traffic and process planning Best practise examples for detailed site partition Consideration of special requirements, e.g. special needs for individual investors Design of service area and green areas, if applicable (optional:) Description of processes for the new site

19 Industrial Park Planning Page 19 Organisation Structure for management company Biz Model for management company Market Promotion Plan Cost benefit analysis Embodiment of operating schemes Detailed project range to be negotiated by demand Masterplan for industrial park, including all aspects of implementation Organisation structure for the management company and their personnel development Business model for the business operation with a focus to added-value services Design of the market promotion plan (potential customers, acquisition plan, acquisition documentation for customer) Cost benefit analysis for the pricing and planning of services

20 Industrial Park Planning Page 20 Agenda Introduction of Fraunhofer Department of transportation logistics Structure of typical Industrial Park Masterplanning project and services offered in the different stages by Fraunhofer Best practices for typical solutions in an Industrial Park

21 Industrial Park Planning Page 21 Airpark Baden – Basics Sector A: Logistics centre with direct connection to airfield Sector B: Services, Communication, Administration Sector C: Trade and innovation centre for sales oriented industries Sector D: production and craft area; also recycling and innovation companies Sector E: Private aviation centre with reserved land for aviation oriented companies

22 Industrial Park Planning Page 22 Airpark Baden – Characteristics Total area: 6.130.000 m² (brutto) Area used for buildings 1.420.000 m² Airport2.460.000 m² Green area / golf course2.250.000 m² Useable area in industrial/business park:about 66.000 m² Number of companies: 90 Number of buildings:42 Number of employees: 1150

23 Industrial Park Planning Page 23 Airpark Baden – Details Offered services: All around investor support; quick permissions for construction, etc. Construcion of buildings according to investors needs Buying, renting or long term building lease (40 years + extension) possible Airparc Business Center in Sector B with office space in different sizes Guest house Power plant for environment friendly production of electricity and heating

24 Industrial Park Planning Page 24 1. Logport – Layout and functional areas Distribution Consumer Electronics Nature Reserve Container terminal Administration Free space for rent/ sale Steel Logistics Car Distribution / RoRo Distribution Dangerous Cargo

25 Industrial Park Planning Page 25 1. Logport – Characteristics Total area: 2.650.000 m² Free space:abt. 800.000 m² Number of companies:28 Number of buildings:43 Internal road net:9,4 km (12.000 m² road and parking area) Internal rail net:12,4 km Utilities infrastructure:14 km water and gas pipes, 20 km sewer Total warehouse area:200.000 m ² Number of employees:abt. 1.500 Transshipment 2003:100.000 TEU (Logport Container terminal) Transshipment capacity p.a.:abt. 200.000 TEU (Logport Container terminal) Infrastructure investments 1999-2003:160 Million EUR, of which 90 Million EUR duisport Suprastructure investments 1999-2003:400 Million EUR, of which 300 Million EUR private companies

26 Industrial Park Planning Page 26 1. Logport – Services All-around-investor support Development, provision and Marketing of tracks, buildings, terminals, cranage Construction consulting Facility management Trimodal terminal operator public-utility railroad services Transport chain consulting & Management, Marketing Stuffing, stripping, packing Infra- and suprastructure providers Transshipment and logistic services Strategic investments Duisport group

27 Industrial Park Planning Page 27 1. Duisport – Revenues by business units Tracts: leasing of land Structures: leasing of warehouses Transshipment: short sea, inland barges, rail and road Logistic Services: Marketing, Facility management, Transport management and railway

28 Industrial Park Planning Page 28 2. InfraServ Höchst – Basics Historical grown Technology- and Industry Park in the heart of Europe Positioned in the economical powerful Rhein- Main-Area, direct at the river Main close to the international airport Frankfurt Main Both Production- and Research- and Development Companies of the Chemical-, Life Science- and BioTech-Sector as well as Service Companies Management company is Infraserv GmbH&Co. Höchst KG, founded 1998 Leading European site manager and industrial service company for particular Chemistry- and Pharmaceutics sites

29 Industrial Park Planning Page 29 2. InfraServ Höchst – Layout and functional areas Production Logistics Services Research& Development

30 Industrial Park Planning Page 30 2. InfraServ Höchst – Characteristics Total area: 4.600.000 m² Free space: 890.000 m² Number of companies: ca. 80 Number of buildings: 800 Production-, Laboratory- and Technical buildings; 100 Production plants; 30 offices Internal road net: abt. 72 km Internal rail net: abt. 57 km Total warehouse area: abt. 300.000 m² Number of employees: abt. 22.000 (of which 4.000 in R&D) Transshipment 2003: 20.000 Containers; 700.000 t bulk Transshipment capacity p.a.: abt. 2 Mio. t Investment from 1999 to 2003abt. 1.750 Million EUR Investment in 2003:abt. 390 Million EUR

31 Industrial Park Planning Page 31 2. InfraServ Höchst – Services Site Engineering Technical Services Materials Management Environment/Safety Information Technology Real Estate Management Site Medical centre Personnel Finance + Controlling

32 Industrial Park Planning Page 32 3. PLAZA Zaragoza – Basics Located in the centre of the south-east European sector in Spain Management company: PLATAFORMA LOGÍSTICA DE ZARAGOZA S.A., supported by regional government Open for all companies that participate in activities related to transport and logistics Efficient and qualitative multi-modal transport possibilities: highways, high-speed-railway, Imperial Canal of Aragón, Airport of Zaragoza PLAZA provides the collective equipment needed to develop the area and has common services PLAZA will make Zaragoza one the most important logistical cities in Europe

33 Industrial Park Planning Page 33 3. PLAZA Zaragoza – Layout and functional areas Private/ Public Sport Park Intermodal Zone Industrial Logistic Area Future Growth Reserve Social Facilities Service Area Technology Centre

34 Industrial Park Planning Page 34 3. PLAZA Zaragoza – Characteristics Total area: 12.063.674 m² Green area:2.300.000 m² (incl. Public and private sports park) Number of companies:currently 68 Number of buildings:currently > 18 Internal road net and parking space:14,8 % of total area and >13.000 parking places Internal rail net:n.a. Total warehouse area:Warehouses up to 123.000 m² for each Company (Example: Inditex) Number of employees:currently > 5.000 Transshipment 2003:n.a. Transshipment capacity p.a.:abt. 5.000.000 tons Investment for Development:expected 210 Million EUR Investment by companies:expected 1.500 Million EUR

35 Industrial Park Planning Page 35 3. PLAZA Zaragoza – Organization Joint Venture between the government of Aragón and industry Logistic research program within a business park: ZLC, Zaragoza Logistics Centre, leading academic institute and branch of MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, centre for Transportation and Logistics are located direct on the PLAZA

36 Industrial Park Planning Page 36 4. Gazeley Magna Park Rhein-Main – Basics Former military area in the heart of Europe, close to Frankfurt Main with connection to railway, highway and airport Frankfurt Main (30 km) Management company is Gazeley Properties Ltd from UK, leading European company for Warehousing Solutions and Logistic Parks, owned by WalMart Gazeley Properties Ltd with 24 sites in Europe plans to build up 30 new logistic parks in Europe until 2007 Facilities for all companies related to logistic and trans-port, no production, from 10.000 m² to 50.000 m² Criteria for Magna Parks: efficient traffic connection, quality and standardization of buildings, elegant scenery, environmental friendly concept, integration of local authorities into planning process, office buildings: 3-4 % of total building area Site preparation currently under process 1. Building stage

37 Industrial Park Planning Page 37 25.000m ² 33.000m ² 17.000m ² 21.000m ² 50.000m ² 28.000m ² 14.000m ² 4. Gazeley Magna Park Rhein-Main – Layout and functional areas Railway connection Office Buildings Distribution Centre Highway connection

38 Industrial Park Planning Page 38 4. Gazeley Magna Park Rhein-Main – Characteristics Total area: 1.004.000 m² (Magna Park UK 2.400.000 m²) Number of buildings: abt. 34 Total warehouse area: 200.000 m² (798.940 m² in Magna Park UK) Rental period:regularly 5-10 years up to 25 years Number of employees: > 6.000 in Magna Park UK Investment by Gazeley Properties Ltd.:abt. 100 Million EUR

39 Industrial Park Planning Page 39 4. Gazeley Magna Park Rhein-Main – Services Site development Marketing Rent of floorspace Planning & Building of Warehouse solutions within 16 weeks by contract by standardized buildings Real Estate Management Environment/Safety

40 Industrial Park Planning Page 40 5. FRA-Forwarding Centre South – Basics Air Cargo-, Forwarding- and distribution centre at the airport Frankfurt Main Optimized interface and connection for the transport modes road and rail Settlement of Global Players from the carrier sector and Service Companies Site manager is the company Fraport AG Innovative Campus Concept for the bundling of core competences

41 Industrial Park Planning Page 41 5. FRA-Forwarding Centre South – Position and Layout 199 7 200 3

42 Industrial Park Planning Page 42 5. FRA-Forwarding Centre South – Characteristics Total area: abt. 500.000 m² Area for investors:abt. 290.000 m² Free space:abt. 50.000 m² Number of buildings: > 19 Total building area:abt. 120.000 m² Internal road net:n.a. Internal rail net: n.a. Number of companies: abt. 140 Number of employees: abt. 4.200 Investment since 2003:abt. 100 Mio. EUR Annual dispatch capacity:abt. 400.000 t

43 Industrial Park Planning Page 43 5. FRA-Forwarding Centre South – Services Site development Facility Management Technical Services Environment/Safety Information Technology Personnel Marketing

44 Industrial Park Planning Page 44 6. GVZ Bremen – Basics GVZ Bremen is the oldest cargo transport centre and logistic park in Germany, founded 1985 Forwarding- and distribution centre Related in an area close to the seaport (2 km) and the airport of Bremen (7 km), north of Germany, with direct connection to railways and highways GVZ Bremen was planned, extended and managed by GVZ development company GVZ Entwicklungs-gesellschaft mbH (25 % government, 75 % private): public-private- partnership Gateway for city logistics

45 Industrial Park Planning Page 45 6. GVZ Bremen – Layout and functional areas Logistic industry with rail connection Logistic industry with extended rail infrastructur e Logistic industry without rail connection Terminal road/ rail for combined traffic Services,Office s, Administration

46 Industrial Park Planning Page 46 6. GVZ Bremen – Characteristics Total area: 3.620.000 m² Free space: abt. 10 % Environmental reserve area:460.000 m² Number of companies: 114 Internal traffic area: 410.000 m² road and rail area (Terminal takes abt. 25 % of the total area) Internal road net:n.a. Internal rail net: n.a. Number of employees: 4.960 Transshipment 2003: 87.000 TEU Transshipment capacity p.a.: 235.000 TEU Investment up to 2003:abt. 450 Million EUR (of which 40 % GVZ and 60 % companies

47 Industrial Park Planning Page 47 6. GVZ Bremen – Services Site development Sale or rent of floorspace Main Administration of logistic park Development of logistical products Marketing, P&R Consulting and cooperation projects for logistic park companies

48 Industrial Park Planning Page 48 7. Gyor Ipari Park – Basics Gyor Ipari Park is the first and one of the biggest industrial park in Hungary, founded 1992 Industry focus to: Automotive, Iron/ Steel, Electronics, Plastics and Home Electronics Related close to a river port (20 km) and to main highway (3 km), direct access to railway Gyor Ipari Park was planned, extended and managed by an Austrian-Hungarian joint venture company hold by the city of Gyor, the Austrian building company Mischek Bau AG and the Bank Austria Leasing Flexible site size from 2.000 m² to 120.000 m² on demand of the customer

49 Industrial Park Planning Page 49 7. Gyor Ipari Park – Layout and functional areas Liebherr Home Electronics Philips Electronics Smaller companies AMOCO (Geotextile) Hydro Aluminium (Automotive) Robust Plastik Erbslöh Aluminium (Automotive) Dutrade (Distribution Iron/ Steel) E.ON (Energy) Hungarian Alliance Logistics (Spare parts)

50 Industrial Park Planning Page 50 7. Gyor Ipari Park – Characteristics Total area: 1.250.000 m² (brutto) Useable area:about 1.000.000 m² Free space for sale 2004:about 250.000 m² Green area:68.300 m² (about 5,3 %) Number of companies: 53 Number of buildings:42 Internal traffic area: 145.100 m² road and rail area (11,3% of total area) Internal road net:6,25 km Internal rail net: 3,4 km Number of employees: 7.200 Investment up to 2003:abt. 208 Million EUR (of which 4 % park management company and 96 % private investors)

51 Industrial Park Planning Page 51 7. Gyor Ipari Park – Services Site development as a joint venture company Sale or rent of floorspace Main Administration Marketing, P&R Building support Legal advice Personnel support Representation rooms Conference facility

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