7Objectives The WW Group´s area of business is international maritime activities with a central base in Norway. Ourobjective for the year 2000 is to be clearly positioned asone of Norway´s leading shipping groups, and withsuch importance and strength that we also carry weightinternationally.We will be a group organisation, with broad expertise andwith emphasis on industrial shipping and related services.Profitability, financial strength and good liquidity arefundamental to all our activities.
8Basic values The WW Group is backed by 140 years of experience in international shipping. Continuity and quality have been ourhallmarks. We are now organised as a group of independentcompanies and divisions. Our objective is to develop theGroup into a committed cooperation through mutual utilisationof each others strengths.The Group´s goals and strategies can best be developedfurther by having one joint vision and a common set of valuesand principles to guide our performance and working style.Through a spirit of cooperation we will create anorganisation we can be proud of, and one that is respectedby the community at large.
9Corporate organisation President& Group ChiefExecutiveDeputyGroup ChiefExecutiveCorporateStaffWalleniusWilhelmsen Lines ASBarber International Ltd.Barwil Agencies AS
10WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN LINES AS BARBER INTERNATIONAL LTD Organisation ChartWALLENIUS WILHELMSEN LINES ASLiner BusinessCar CarriersBARBER INTERNATIONAL LTDShip ManagementMarine ConsultantsBARWIL AGENCIES ASShipping AgenciesCrew Vessels
23Global industrial development Globalisation of tradeIntensified global competitionTrend for global manufacturers to seek growth andmarket position through mergers, acquisitions,partnerships etc.Industrial trends:Global market presenceImproved product rangeCost reductions - economies of scaleOutsourcing
25Trucks, agricultural equipment, construction equipment POCLAIN
26Compatibility Wilhelmsen Lines and Wallenius Lines operated close to uniform tonnage
27Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines Turnover 1998:USD 700 million36 vessels5 newbuildingsMain focus: Cars/RoRoMain trades: Asia - EurAtlanticLand based activitiesTurnover 1998:USD 690 million36 vessels3 newbuildings3 newbuilding optionsMain focus: RoRo/Cars/NCCMain trades: Asia - NAEur/NA - ANZWallenius Wilhelmsen LinesThe worlds largest Car/RoRo carrierGlobal market coverageLand based activitiesSolid base for development of transportation and logistics management servicesKnowledge based and customer orientated organisation
33Richard Lawson Autologistics Group - An overview £100 million+ GBP Group turnoverOver 500 specialist vehicle transporters1.5 million+ vehicle movements per annumOver 1800 employees33 operational sites across EuropeComprehensive range of complementarytechnical services
34WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN LINES AS BARBER INTERNATIONAL LTD Organisation ChartWALLENIUS WILHELMSEN LINES ASLiner BusinessCar CarriersBARBER INTERNATIONAL LTDShip ManagementMarine ConsultantsBARWIL AGENCIES ASShipping AgenciesCrew Vessels
37Barber International World Wide OsloStettinNovorossiyskHong KongNew DelhiLong BeachNew OrleansCalcuttaDubaiChittagongBombayManilaKuala LumpurSingaporeRegistered Head Office Management officesManning centers
38Fleet List – Barber Ship Management 36 Bulk carriers11 Container63 Tankers6 Gas tankers (LPG)35 Car Carriers15 Ro/Ro17 Offshore supply & survey vessels24 Seismic research survey vessels9 Passenger vessel2 Specialised(Sea Launch, Drilling Ship etc)Total Fleet : 216 vesselsDec 2000
39Employees Shore based: Kuala Lumpur 171 Oslo 72 India 46 Dubai 42 PolandNew OrleansRussiaHong KongTotalSeafarers:Positions Total poolIndians , ~ 2,059Filipino , ~ 2,530Norwegian ~Polish ~Bangladeshi ~Swedish ~Others* ~Total , ~ 6,270Dec 2000*) others include: Korean, Myanmarese, Malaysian, Sri Lankan & others