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Winland Ocean Shipping Corp._November 2011
Information Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: Except for historical information contained herein, the statements made in the presentation are forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause our actual results differ materially depending on a variety of important factors, including those discussed in the Companys reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission from time to time. In addition, the company disclaims any obligation to udate any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof. No securities regulatory authority has either approved or disapproved the contents of this presentation.
Winland Ocean Shipping Corp. (the Company) is engaged in International dry bulk shipping and brokerage chartering with headquarter in Hong Kong. 11 self-owned dry bulk ships, world-wide route, total capacity over 240,000 DWT Monthly shipping capacity up to 1,000,000 tons The Company is incorporated in the state of Texas. The Company's common stock is listed on OTCBB with the symbol of WLOL.
Huge industry, enormous business Based in China, world's largest potential market Cargo segments, large supply market Large customer base Steady growing fleet size Proven track record in business over 18 years Experienced management team Clear profit model & growth strategy
Over 90% of the world trade is provided by maritime shipping.
Among maritime shipping, approximately 40% of the shipping volume is for dry bulk. The Companys core business is dry bulk shipping.
China Far-east India-Pakistan Mid-east Persian Gulf Red sea and Mediterranean Africa
Driving force from Chinas economic growth By the end of 2010, the total cargo throughput for Chinas coastal ports was 5.43 billion tons representing a 21% growth over 2009.
Steel, iron, coal, grain and others Growing production and exports
1993 Company Established 2000 Owned 6 ships 2004 Owned 10 ships 2008 Owned 13 ships 170,000dwt Nov. 2011* Owned 11 ships 240,000dwt * Disposed 4 old small vessels, acquired one younger vessel and built two new 57,000 DWT dry bulk vessels since Upon placed in service in 1st half of year 2011, total capacity increased by 59% compared with that in pre-crisis.
Two new built 57,000 DWT dry bulk vessels placed in service in 1st half of year 2011 brought total capacity increased by 59% compared with that in pre-crisis.
Over 18 years proven track record Filed and disclosed all comprehensive reports and information with SEC on a timely manner One of the most highly reputable non-state-owned shipping company Well-known, brand recognition in shipping industry
Year As of June 30, 2011 BDI Total Assets94M52M62M116M117M Revenue70M84M50M74M34M EBITDA30M27M1M10M4M* * Loss on disposition of discontinued operation of $2.8 million was recognized.
Stock Performance in Comparison with Competitors Comparison of cumulative return on our common stock against the Nasdaq Composite Index and the SIC Code 4412 Index (Deep Sea Foreign Transportation of Freight), which is an index composed of our current peer issuers.
Solid maritime shipping knowledge and experience Expertise on specialized fields Modern effective management system Capability to effectively respond to crisis
Next wave of growth in global shipping industry coming soon Well positioned to capture the lucrative opportunities Shipping Industry Outlook
Expand fleet capacity Constructing new built vessels and acquiring younger second-hand vessels Improve fleet structure Dispose small and old vessels Develop large volume cargos market and charter in more handymax bulk vessels Cooperate with Shipping-on-Line Identify and expand more profitable marketplace
Profitable track record with sustainable organic growth at normal economic environment and potential growth during economic crisis Strong operation outperform shipping industry average Expanding fleet capacity and improving fleet structure Experienced, stable and proven management team Global economy recovery and shipping industry renormalization
U.S. Contact: Ms. Nancy Jing CFO S. Blaney Ave., Cupertino, CA USA Tel: Fax: China Contact: Mr. Tiger Cai Secretary No.305 Zhongshan Road, Shahekou District Dalian, China Tel: Fax: