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America’s Port Port Briefing November, 2010 Port of Los Angeles.

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1 America’s Port Port Briefing November, 2010 Port of Los Angeles

2 Founded in 1907 Proprietary Department of the City of Los Angeles Landlord Port Nation’s busiest container Port 43 miles of waterfront 7,500 acres of land and water 26 major cargo terminals Land use diversity Annual container volume of 6.7 million TEUs (CY 2009) Port of Los Angeles

3 APM – 484 APL – 292 Evergreen -205 YTI – 185 Vacant - 84 CSCL - 75 WBCT TRAPAC TTI Pier A Matson - 70 CUT LBCT ITS PCT Cruise Autos Marinas Liquid Bulk Pasha SSA Autos San Pedro Bay Ports

4 North American Container Ports (CY 2009 in TEUs) Los Angeles6.75 million Long Beach5.07 million New York/N.J4.59 million * Savannah2.36 million Vancouver2.15 million Oakland2.05 million Houston1.80 million Seattle1.58 million Tacoma1.55 million Montreal1.25 million * Estimated

5 POLA faired well in a difficult market 2009 (TEUs) 2008 (TEUs) Difference (TEUs) Percent Change Los Angeles 6,748,9947,849,984(1,100,990)-14.0% Long Beach 5,067,5976,487,716(1,420,119)-21.9% Vancouver 2,152,4642,492,107(339,643)-13.6% Oakland 2,051,1532,236,244(185,091)-8.3% Seattle 1,282,8331,376,232(93,399)-20.2% Tacoma 1,075,6461,347,975(272,329)-6.8% Prince Rupert 264,724181,89082, % Portland 174,203245,459(71,256)-29.0% Total 18,817,61422,217,607(3,399,993)-15.3% The Port of Los Angeles performed better than the West Coast average in 2009.

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7 Top Container Ports (2009) Top 20 Container Ports in the World in 2009 (Million TEU) Rank '09 Rank '08Port Absolute Change Percent Change 11Singapore % 22Shanghai % 33Hong Kong % 44Shenzhen % 55Busan % 65Los Angeles & Long Beach % 68Guangzhou % 76Dubai % 87Ningbo - Zhoushan % 910Qingdao % 109Rotterdam % 1114Tianjin % 12 Kaohsiung % 13 Antwerp % 1415Port Klang % 1511Hamburg % 16 Los Angeles % 1718Port Tanjung Pelepas % 1817Long Beach % 1922Xiamen % 2021Laem Chabang % Source: Liner Intelligence (www.ci-online.co.uk)

8 San Pedro Bay Long-Term Forecast (Annual Total San Pedro Bay Container Handling Volumes) Annual Growth Rate in Recovery Averages Around Five Percent

9 POLA Top Trading Partners (2009 All Cargo Value) China/HK - $102.3 billion (40% of US) Japan - $27 billion (29% of US) Taiwan - $9.3 billion (39% of US) S. Korea - $7.7 billion (19% of US) Thailand - $6.2 billion (43% of US) China/HK represents 52% of the total

10 Containerized Cargo Los Angeles Top 5 Imports 2008 Los Angeles Top 5 Imports 2009 Furniture556,426Apparel/Footwear447,168 Apparel/Footwear 516,546Furniture370,867 Auto Parts/Tires297,684Auto Parts/Tires246,965 Electronics291,202Electronics214,713 Toys/Sporting Goods259,371Toys/Sporting Goods205,422 TOTAL1,921,229TOTAL1,485,135

11 Service Advantage 24 weekly sailings to Asia 100 intermodal trains a day serving over 13 major markets in the U.S. 8 container terminals with over 70 cranes on 1600 acres Almost 18,000 longshore labor force 53’ of water 50 container ship berths 113 miles of rail track 43% of all U.S. containers arrive SP Bay

12 Competitive Service Times

13 113 miles of rail on Port property More that 100 trains a day 4.7 million TEU in 2009 (SPBP) Alameda Corridor Near Dock/On-Dock Rail: 1986 – SPRR/UPRR ICTF 1997 – Terminal Island Container Transfer facility and APL 1999 – West Basin Container Terminal 2002 – APM Terminals 2014 – new on-dock rail for TraPac We have rail capacity!

14 14 Regional Rail Network

15 We have extensive rail network connecting us to inland U.S. LA El Paso Laredo Dallas Houston New Orleans Memphis St. Louis Chicago Omaha Denver SLC San Antonio Atlanta New York KC

16 Port of L.A. Advantage Port capacity approx 11.2 million TEUs POLA adds “green” credentials to the supply chain 660 million sq. ft. of warehousing and DC facilities within 80 miles from the port Foreign Trade Zone Status Population of 19 million within a 2 hour truck trip from the Port A large business base of over 485,000 firms Concentration of manufacturing activity in Southern California with over 930,000 workers

17 Expanding for Trade 1.TRAPAC : +60 acres, new wharf, on- dock rail, approx Yang Ming: +30 acres, new wharf, TBD 3.China Shipping: +30 acres, new wharf, approx Evergreen: +55 acres, new wharf, TBD 5.YTI : updated wharves, TBD 6.APL : +40 acres, new wharf, approx Plains All American : new wharf, storage area, approx ICTF modernization and new BNSF Rail yard : approx 2015 – Channel deepening to 53’ Capacity (assuming 7000 TEU/acre*) : Current million TEUs Additional after above projects million TEUs Total million TEUs 8 * Terminal Operators determine TEU per acre depending on operations 9

18 Page 18 Capital Improvement Plan FY09/10 CIP Budget:  Terminals/Commerce$133 M  Transportation Projects 27 M  Security 21 M  Community 122 M  Maritime Services 23 M Total $326 M FY 2010 – 2015 Forecast: Fiscal Year Ending June Total CIP Expenditures $ 326 $ 292 $ 253 $ 203 $ 129 $ 102 $ 1,311

19 Waterfront Development Visitor serving Re-development plan Community involvement Commercial / Retail

20 Our Challenge: Port Related Pollution

21 Five-Year Action Plan Joint Port Initiative Pollution-Reduction Targets: Diesel Particulate Matter by 47% Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) by 45% Sulfur Oxides (Sox) by 52% $2+ billion program Our Solution: The San Pedro Bay Clean Air Action Plan

22 Clean Trucks Program $2 Billion Program Reduction of 80% truck emissions Replacing 16,800 trucks by 2012 Ban pre-1994 engine model year trucks $35/TEU fee truck replacement July 2010: 93% truck visits with compliant trucks 8300 complaint trucks of which 6500 are model year 2007

23 Clean Truck Program Port invest $ 88 million to turn- over older trucks complaint trucks of which 6500 are model year 2007 Employee mandate enjoined July 2010: 93% truck visits with compliant trucks New trucks improve reliability and efficiency Improve image as a responsible corporate neighbor and citizen

24 Program Updates $3 billion infrastructure needed off-terminals Infrastructure cargo fee postponed until Jan 2012 Port Check, no claiming of container when using compliant truck PierPass, Off-peak hours continue

25 Port of Los Angeles The Right Place for Business 1600 acres of container terminal backland 53’ deep draft 50+ container berths with 71 gantry cranes capable of berthing 20 Post Panamax container vessels at one time Capacity for 11.2 million TEU (7,000 TEU/acre) Population of 19 million within a 2 hour truck trip from the Port A large business base (over 485,000 firms) Concentration of manufacturing activity in Southern California with over 930,000 workers ILWU: 10,130 permanent and casual labor in 2004 to 17,000 plus today at POLA/POLB (69% increase)

26 Thank You!


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