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1 1DB Schenker, August 2008 Berlin, August 2008 Deutsche Bahn Transportation and Logistics Division The Transportation and Logistics Division of Deutsche Bahn

2 2DB Schenker, August 2008 ! One-Voice-Policy within DB Group Please observe the following policy: There is a strict one voice policy within the DB Group. It is therefore strictly forbidden to make adjustments to the following presentation that affect either its content or layout. All slides of the group presentation are approved by the clearing center Using the specific contents of charts in a different context is not permitted. Charts may only be distributed in PDF format or as a printout. They may not be distributed electronically outside of DB Group. Since we update the presentation on a regular basis, we kindly ask you to contact us for an updated version of the presentation if you want to use it again at a later time; this way we can ensure that we are all working with up-to-date versions within the DB Group approved (DB 2008)

3 3DB Schenker, August 2008 Strategic Focus Brief Description of the Business Units Trends in the Transportation and Logistics Market 2. Transportation & Logistics within the DB Group

4 4DB Schenker, August 2008 Deutsche Bahn in 2007: We are present in three segments of the transportation market DB AG serves as Management Holding Vertically integrated Group structure Ratings: Aa1 / AA No. 2 European rail passenger transport No. 1 European local public transport No. 2 European passenger transport No. 1 in European transport infrastructure company No. 1 in European rail freight transport No. 1 in European land transport No. 2 in airfreight worldwide No. 3 in ocean freight worldwide No. 6 in contract logistics worldwide As of December 31, ) Difference between totals for business categories and DB Group due to effects of other activities/consolidation 2) EBIT 2007 before adjusting for one-time effects, EBIT after one-time effects: EUR bn 1) Cap. Expenditures (EUR bn) 6.3 EBIT (EUR millions) 2) 2,370 Employees (‘000) Employees (‘000) 52.0 Cap. Expenditures (EUR bn) 0.7 EBIT (EUR millions) 2) 756 Employees (‘000) Cap. Expenditures (EUR bn) EBIT (EUR millions) 2) Employees (‘000) 88.2 Cap. Expenditures (EUR bn) 0.4 EBIT (EUR millions) 2) 670 Revenues (EUR bn) 31.3 Revenues (EUR bn) 11.7 Revenues (EUR bn) 17.9

5 5DB Schenker, August 2008 Corporate Functions Corporate Functions Service Functions Service Functions New Corporate Structure Deutsche Bahn AG Infrastructure Economic and Political Affairs Finance/Controlling Human Resources Chairman and CEO DB Mobility Logistics AG Business Units DB Bahn Urban DB Bahn Regional DB Bahn Long-Distance DB Services DB Schenker Logistics DB Schenker Rail DB Netze Track DB Netze Stations DB Netze Energy Business Unit DB Bahn Sales * DB Netze Projects * Passenger Transport Transportation and Logistics Finance/ Controlling Chairman and CEO Human Resources and Services * Service center

6 6DB Schenker, August DB Schenker (~55%) DB Bahn DB Netze (~45%) DB Group revenues show excellent growth, particularly in the logistics sector DB Group Revenues in € bn DB Schenker’s revenues increased from € 3.8 bn in 2000 to € 17.9 bn in 2007 due to acquisitions and organic growth Revenue DB Bahn and DB Netze Revenues DB Schenker

7 7DB Schenker, August was a very successful year for the Transportation and Logistics Division Employee figures: average no. of full-time employees Source: 2007 Annual Report Land Transport Air/Ocean Freight Transport & Logistik Contract Logistics/SCM Rail Freight Intermodal Rail Freight TransportIntegrated Logistics 3.9 (+2%) Employees ('000) External revenues (€ bn) 14.0 (+5.9%) External revenues (€ bn) Employees ('000) 18 (+5.6%) 88.2 EBIT (€ mn) EBIT (€ mn) 453 EBIT (€ mn)

8 8DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker is represented in over 130 countries at more than 2,000 locations worldwide

9 9DB Schenker, August 2008 Europe: ~75 % Germany France Sweden Netherlands Austria Finland Poland Norway Italy UK Switzerland Belgium Others Asia-Pacific: ~14 % China Singapore Malaysia Thailand India Japan Philippines South Korea Indonesia Others Australia New Zealand The Transportation and Logistics Division has a global workforce of approximately 88,000 employees 1) Others > 1 % South Africa Others Americas: ~11 % USA Canada Brazil Mexico Chile Argentina Others 1) full-time employees, as of 12/31/2007

10 10DB Schenker, August 2008 The Transportation and Logistics Division is managed by the Division Board DB Schenker LogisticsDB Schenker Rail Freight Transportation and Logistics Division Board Intermodal Land Transport Air/Ocean Freight Contract Logistics/SCM Rail Freight CIO Human Resources Finance/ Controlling Chairman Dr. JürgensDr. Kremper Dr. Bensel Nutzinger 2 Dr. Lieb 1 Dr. Trefzger ReichelWurstSchumann 1 Joint function as head of business unit and CEO 2 From 1 January 2009, up until 31 December 2008 temporarily headed by Dr. Trefzger Strategy Transportation and Logistics - Marschall Finance/Controlling Rail Freight Anslinger Finance/Controlling Logistics Dr. Freytag Communications – Dr. Lüssenhop Division Control – Dr. Hoppe International Affairs/Network Management - Dr. Wolff peramanent observers on the Division Board

11 11DB Schenker, August 2008 The Transportation and Logistics Division in Figures (I) million tons 1) of rail freight transported by DB Schenker in 2007 more than 5,000 freight trains each day 2,000,000 new automobiles transported by rail transports each year Approx. 60 percent of the transport performance is international 1) Gross tons

12 12DB Schenker, August 2008 The Transportation and Logistics Division in Figures (II) more than 2,000 company locations in some 130 countries worldwide 70 million shipments in European Land Transport in million tons of air freight shipped by DB Schenker in million containers in global ocean freight Correct as of:

13 13DB Schenker, August 2008 Strategic Focus Brief Description of the Business Units Trends in the Transportation and Logistics Market 2. Transportation & Logistics within the DB Group

14 14DB Schenker, August ,000 fewer truckloads daily on Europe’s roads, and 21,000 tons of CO 2 less each day as a result of DB rail freight services 33% reduction in specific energy consumption from 1990 to 2006 on rail freight services DB generates sustainable transport and disconnects transport growth from environmental damage Globalization Climate Change Deregulation Megatrends in freight transport market Source: Sustainability Report 2007

15 15DB Schenker, August 2008 Globalization is driving increasing international transport flows and growth rates Canada USA Western Europe Japan Asia South America Africa Near and Middle East Eastern Europe Source: McKinsey “Deutschland 2020“ Canada USA Japan AsienSouth America Africa Near and Middle East Eastern Europe Australia/ New Zealand Western Europe USD 50 – 100 bn USD 100 – 300 bn Scale equals relative share of world trade USD 300 – 1,000 bn USD 1.0 – 1.2 trillion USD 1.2 – 2.0 trillion USD 50 – 100 bn USD 100 – 300 bn Scale equals relative share of world trade 2005 – USD 13.5 billion 1980 – USD 2.4 billion Exports and trade flows 2005 – 13.5 Trillion USD 1980 – 2.4 Trillion USD

16 16DB Schenker, August 2008 Traffic flows in seaport hinterland services in particular will have significantly increased by 2015 Rail growth – forecast for 2015 compared with 2004 to/from or through Germany Berlin/ Brandenburg Austria Switzerland Legend > 5 trains/week > 12 trains/week > 25 trains/week Hungary Northern Ports Western Ports Italy W Lower Saxony Denmark Poland Czech Rep Bavaria Baden- Württemberg Saxony Saxony Anhalt France Slovakia N Forecast Western ports (Rotterdam, Antwerp, Zeebrugge, Amsterdam) Growth : approx. 12% trains/week p.a. TOP 5: North Rhine-Westphalia, Austria, Rhineland- Palatinate, Italy, Switzerland The top 5 will account for 79% of the total volume by 2015 Increased Relocation of transport services to/from Austria handled by the Northern ports has been assumed Forecast Northern Ports (Bremerhaven/Hamburg) Growth : approx. 13% trains/week p.a. TOP 5: Bavaria, Czech Rep., Baden-Württemberg, Saxony, Poland The top 5 will account for 67% of the total growth in volume by 2015 Rail growth in trains/week Source: DB AG > 50 trains/week > 100 trains/week North Rhine- Westphalia Hesse Rhineland- Palatinate

17 17DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Group has assumed a pioneering role in protecting the climate and continues to reduce its specific CO 2 emissions 2005 Energy Saving Program 2020 Climate Protection Program -25.9% %* -11.4% Specific CO 2 reduction *Expected specific CO 2 reduction

18 18DB Schenker, August 2008 DB is the second largest transportation and logistics company worldwide Top players in transportation and logistics worldwide Revenues in € bn Kühne+Nagel DHL Logistics Union Pacific BNSF Railways YRC Worldwide Ceva CSX Corporation SNCF Nippon Express Distribution & Transportation Source: annual reports 2007; (1) End business year 03/31/2008, without ocean carriers (1) # 1 Rail freight transport in Europe # 1 European land transport # 2 Global air freight # 3 Global ocean freight # 6 Global contract logistics

19 19DB Schenker, August 2008 Rail (Europe) Contract logistics (Global) Air freight (Global) Land Transport (Europe) Ocean freight (Global) + 8.0%+ 7.5% + 5.4%+ 6.2% + 2.4% Performance of transportation and logistics market (CAGR ) Enormous growth opportunities, particularly in Asia Liberalization and M&A process in Europe will lead to more growth for DB Excellent potential in Eastern Europe Source: DB AG All business units of DB Schenker operate in growth markets

20 20DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker is very well positioned in all business units Market position (€) (1) DHL (2) CEVA Logistics (3) Kühne+Nagel (4) Wincanton (5) Ryder (6) Market position (TEU) (1) Kühne+Nagel (2) DHL (3) (4) Panalpina (5) UPS Market position (t) (1) DHL (2) (3) UPS (4) Panalpina (5) Kühne+Nagel Market position (tkm) (1) Intermodal (2) Trenitalia (3) SNCF (4) SBB Cargo (5) RENFE Market position (€) (1) (2) DHL (3) DSV (4) Dachser (5) Geodis Market position (tkm) (1) (2) PKP (3) SNCF (4) Trenitalia (5) ÖBB/RCA # 2 in global air freight # 1 in European land transport # 3 in global ocean freight # 6 in global contract logistics # 1 in European rail freight transport # 1 in European combined transport Source: 2007 Annual Report; UIC; 1) Air/Ocean Freight form one business unit Rail FreightIntermodalLand TransportAir Freight 1) Contract Logistics/SCM Ocean Freight 1)

21 21DB Schenker, August 2008 Strategic Focus Brief Description of the Business Units Trends in the Transportation and Logistics Market 2. Transportation & Logistics within the DB Group

22 22DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker leads in European rail freight with transport volumes of 99 billion ton-kilometers With its own subsidiaries (in the Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland, and Italy), shareholdings (Railion Scandinavia) and cooperation partners, DB Schenker’s rail freight unit is Europe‘s largest rail freight carrier Single car transport services provide an open network system for the transport of complete individual wagonloads Block train transport services provide large volume point-to-point flows of goods tailor-made to individual customer needs Selected additional services (transshipment, plant shunting services, etc.) are also available Customers are mainly from the iron and steel, chemical, consumer goods, automobile and construction materials industries Rail Freight Business Unit Rail Freight Transport (1) Incl. Intermodal Transport performance: 99 billion tkm (1) International share: ~60% Freight cars:approx. 100,000 Traction units:around 3,000

23 23DB Schenker, August 2008 Intermodal is the market leader for European combined transport services Intermodal Business Unit Rail Freight Transport Transport performance: 26 billion tkm Maritime share: ~40% Load units carriedLoad units carried:3.1 million Intermodal is the market leader in European combined transport and together with its partners provides a Europe-wide rail network for combined transport services Services are provided for containers, swap bodies and semi-trailers Intermodal’s markets are pre- and post-carriage services to and from seaports (combined maritime transport) and transport services between land- based origin and destination points (continental combined transport) Intermodal’s range of services: rail transport services in Europe in combined transport, trans- shipment and terminal services, provision of equipment, depot services and load unit-related services. The business unit holds shares in the leading European operators

24 24DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker is the market leader in land transport for European system-based services DB Schenker is the market leader for Europe-wide groupage, part and full-load transport services The Land Transport Business Unit operates the largest and densest land transport network in Europe In addition to Europe-wide system-based transport services, the business unit also provides special services, such as removals or the transport of oversized loads The Land Transport Business Unit stands out from others with innovative products and high quality The Land Transport Business Unit can provide the entire range of logistics services from a single source in conjunction with the Air/Ocean Freight, Contract Logistics/SCM, Rail Freight and Intermodal business units Land Transport Business Unit Integrated Logistics Consignments: 250,000 daily Scheduled services: 32,000 daily Locations: 720 in 40 countries Vehicles/Units 1) : 41,000 ¹) Trucks, swap bodies and trailers; incl. subcontractors

25 25DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker is one of the world’s largest providers of air and ocean freight services The Air/Ocean Freight Business Unit is # 2 in global air freight and # 3 in global ocean freight, and the market leader on trans-Pacific routes Its core business is the operation of self-controlled networks Global networks connect economic regions around the world The focus of the business is in the automotive, consumer goods and electronics fields Services include logistics support for international projects, trade fairs and events of every kind Together with the Land Transport, Contract Logistics/SCM, Rail Freight and Intermodal business units, Air/Ocean Freight can provide the entire range of DB Schenker‘s logistics services from a single source Air/Ocean Freight Business Unit Integrated Logistics Air freight volume: 1.3 million t Ocean freight volume: 1.4 million TEUs 1) Own charter flights:900 p.a. Locations:800 in more than 130 countries ¹) twenty-foot equivalent unit

26 26DB Schenker, August 2008 Contract Logistics/SCM Business Unit DB Schenker is one of the leading providers offering global integrated logistics solutions Core business areas are contract logistics and value-added services Focus industries are automotive, high tech and electronics and consumer goods Leading position in the automotive industry in Europe Solutions are aligned with customer’s supply chains and include Sourcing Logistics, Production Supply Logistics, Finished Goods Distribution, After Sales Logistics and Supply Chain Logistics Together with the Land Transport, Air/Ocean Freight, Rail Freight and Intermodal business units, Contract Logistics/SCM can provide the entire range of DB Schenker‘s logistics services from a single source Integrated Logistics Warehousing space:4 million m² Locations:500 in 58 countries

27 27DB Schenker, August 2008 Strategic Focus Brief Description of the Business Units Trends in the Transportation and Logistics Market 2. Transportation & Logistics within the DB Group

28 28DB Schenker, August 2008 Integrated transportation networks put DB Schenker in a perfect position… Intermodal Land Transport Transportation networks Ocean Freight Air Freight Contract Logistics/SCM Excellent freight forwarding and logistics services…...with a strong railway backbone Rail Freight

29 29DB Schenker, August 2008 VAS 1) Global account management team Door-to-door, track and trace Holistic management of supply chain 1) Value added services …to offer integrated door-to-door solutions from a single source

30 30DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Group is decisively expanding its rail freight network along the main European transport corridors European railway backbone Leading rail freight network in Germany and Europe Foreign activities in our own name or in collaboration with national railway companies Tight linkage with our freight forwarding networks in land, ocean and air transport sectors Corridors Market leader Company-owned railway Cooperation with partners National wagon distribution 1) Based on revenues and ton kilometers

31 31DB Schenker, August ) PKP– Polish Railways RZD– Russian Railways BC– Belarus Railways DB activities Railways connection to Russia Misc. Joint Ventures (JV) between DB, PKP, RZD and BC 1) for product optimization and container transports 1 Connection of transrussian corridors Cooperation with MoR 2) and RZD Partnerships with relevant regional operators National Intermodal Container Terminal Network Build-up of DB railways competences in China Project Cargo terminals India Cooperation process with Indian Railways Russia/ CIS China ) MoR – Chinese Ministry of Railways …and already today we are busy building an attractive rail connection to China

32 32DB Schenker, August 2008 The Transportation and Logistics Division’s aim is to leverage cross-business unit potential Fully integrated sector solutions Integrated services/products Integrated sales for major customers Further development of cross-business unit solutions for key sectors Automotive Chemical/Pharmaceutical Advance integrated services and position them on the market. Examples: Rail Logistics, seaport hinterland services and combined transport solutions, railports… Key account management to develop cross- selling potential between rail freight and Integrated Logistics Air/Ocean Freight Rail Freight Inter- modal Land Transport Contract Logistics/ SCM Rail Freight TransportIntegrated Logistics Electronics FMCG Transportation and Logistics Division

33 33DB Schenker, August 2008 Additional key focus is on linking up carriers in multimodal projects Pre-carriage by air freight Warehousing in Hong Kong Coordination of production call-offs Distribution of component supplier parts Operation of a supplier- controlled warehouse / pre- carriage by air freight Organization of trimodal logistics chains from Germany to Finland by Railion Continuous distribution of electrical steel sheet on industrial pallets Organization of trimodal logistics chains Management of complete transport chains for automotive customers from Europe to South Africa using Schenker Supply Net Solutions Management of complete transportation chains from Europe to South Africa Bremerhaven Bremerhaven – Port Elisabeth Automotive Supplier Park (South Africa) Europe Pre-carriage (road/ rail) Packing center Ocean freight Import/post-carriage Port Elisabeth - Rosslyn

34 34DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker provides complex services for the automobile industry along the entire logistics chain DB Schenker handles spare parts logistics from Europe to Singapore with final distribution to South-East Asia DB Schenker links up traditional freight forwarding services (road, rail, ocean and air freight) with complex logistics services By offering integrated solutions, DB Schenker is establishing long-term customer relations Asia Europe A case in point: Automotive Industry

35 35DB Schenker, August 2008 DB SCHENKERchem-solution – the sector-specific product for the chemical and petrochemical industry Links the key chemical and petrochemical locations in Germany and, on an international scale, the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp Cross-border tracking & tracing with proactive customer information Quota booking and targeted car control and prioritization Continuous, cross-border shipment monitoring In the event of delays, proactive information on deviations and expected time of arrival Punctuality and security are key factors when dealing with highly sensitive hazardous goods – achieved with targeted car control and prioritization DB SCHENKERchem-solution is particularly suited to time-sensitive shipments with overnight services on selected routes

36 36DB Schenker, August 2008 DB Schenker realizes integrated transport solutions for a car manufacturer (AlbatrosExpress) A joint transport solution operated by DB Schenker, Transfracht and DB Intermodal has connected a car manufacturer’s warehouses in Germany with their assembly plant in Russia since Pre- and post-carriage between locations in Germany and the maritime connection to Russia take place via rail. Advantages of the innovative concept include a significant reduction in transit time and the concurrent increase in supply safety. In addition to these main transport flows, TFG’s wide-area transport network in Germany, Austria and Switzerland can also integrate other sites into the logistics concept at short notice. & Intermodal AlbatrosExpress

37 37DB Schenker, August 2008 Warehousing Planning and coordination of procurement chain Cross-docking Customs clearance DB Schenker provides long-term logistics solutions for our customers’ complex supply chains Distribution logistics Warehousing Plant logistics Production supply and disposal Packing Core services Warehousing Spare parts depots Return management coordination Diagnostics of returns Warehousing and cross- docking Planning and coordination of distribution chain Distribution of goods to retailers or final customers Packing Customs clearance Sourcing Logistics Supply Chain Management Production Supply Logistics Finished Goods Distribution

38 38DB Schenker, August 2008 A case in point: Bombardier-Rotax Order entry Source: DB Schenker Delivery and scheduling of shipments Goods inward Labeling and storage SAP Delivery to final customer Packing of products Storage of finished goods Kanban-based supply of spare parts “Just-in-time” production Quality control/ development of balanced score cards DB Schenker manages all logistics activities from supplier to final customer

39 39DB Schenker, August 2008 Current highlights DB SCHENKER- skybridge: Air freight between Dubai and Toledo (USA) has doubled Central Key Account Management for major clients Official provider of freight forwarding and customs clearance services for the 2008 Olympics Successful test run on the Eurasian Landbridge EWS is expanding intermodal routes through the Channel Tunnel Operator Railion Scandinavia is expanding single wagon transport Participating in joint venture in China, and construction of container terminals

40 Berlin, August 2008 Deutsche Bahn Ressort Transport und Logistik The Transportation and Logistics Division of Deutsche Bahn


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