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2 CORPORATE PROFILE

3 Who We Are India’s first Integrated Logistics Multinational Global presence with services being offered to all the major trade-lanes in the world. Allcargo is present in over 90 countries and has over 200 office globally including network of agents and franchisees Diversified Presence across the Logistics Sector One of the dominant players in the CFS/ICD business in India India’s leading integrated Projects & Engineering solution providers Global presence in LCL Consolidation with own offices Freight forwarding and Air-cargo - Global Network Emerging 3PL business Presence in coastal shipping through three own ships Integrated Logistics Capabilities

4 Vision Statement

5 About The Group TURNOVER Approx. USD 811 Million (FY13-14) NET WORTH Approx. USD 300 Million (FY13-14) Revenue growth of CAGR 30% over last five years Particulars FY M CY 2010CY 2009CY 2008CY 2007 Total Revenue in USD Millions

6 About The Group ECU Line2639 Allcargo-India963 HCL-India305 Meridian134 Contract - India4325 ICDs34 Total8400 Assets/Equipment Employees Cranes (Upto 750 MT)152 Trailers507 Stackers36 Forklifts56 Hydraulic Axles198 Barges2 Ship3 RTGC4 Overseas – Equipment120

7 Offices & Warehouses  Headquartered in Mumbai with ECU line head and regional offices in Antwerp, Miami, Singapore and Hamburg  Warehouses owned and/or operated throughout the world About The Group Allcargo Logistics Ltd. Head Office at Kalina, Mumbai ECU LINE, Head Office, Antwerp

8 Corporate Milestones Started as Cargo handling operator at Mumbai port 1993 Entered into LCL consolidation as an agent of ECU Line Started Container Freight Station (CFS) at JNPT, the largest Indian port Acquired ECU Line in stages over a period of 2 yearsInvestment by New Vernon Jan ‘06 Listing on Indian stock exchanges – BSE & NSE June‘06 Acquired Hindustan Cargo, the freight forwarding arm of Thomas Cook Dec ‘ Started 2 new CFSs at Chennai & Mundra 2008 Merged the Equipment Hiring business (TransIndia) Investment by Blackstone 2009 Blackstone increases its stake by converting warrants Started operations in 3PL Started 1st ICD at Pithampur 2010 Raised US$23.5 M via QIP in April, 2010 Acquired two HK based entities 2011 Acquired Mumbai-based Project Logistics co. in April, 2011 Started ICD Dadri 2012 Started second CFS in JNPT 2013 Acquired US Based Company Econocaribe and EU Based FCL Marine

9 Leadership Team Mr. Umesh Shetty Executive Director– Projects & Engineering Solutions  Director on Board of Allcargo and Head Projects and Engg Division  Holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and has a wide and rich experience of more than 18 years in logistic business  Director in ECU Line Companies Mr. Adarsh Hegde Executive Director  Director on Board of Allcargo and heads Corporate Marketing  Mechanical Engineering degree and has over 22 years of experience in the logistics industry  Mr. Hegde has served as President of the Container Freight Station Association of India Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty Executive Chairman  Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree  Started his career in the logistics industry in 1978 with Inter- modal Transport and Trading Systems Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai from where he moved to Forbes Gokak, a TATA Group Company  In 1982 – set-up TransIndia Freight Services to cater to liner shipping services  He has served as ex-trustee of Mumbai Port Trust and is currently the Vice-Chairman of the Association of Multimodal Transport Operators of India (AMTOI)

10 Management Team  CEO for the Project Logistics Vertical  More than 30 years of experience in project transport Industry in India, Asia & Europe  Wide and Rich experience in the areas of financial & business management of project cargo logistics Mr. Armin Kalyaniwalla CEO – Project Logistics  Heads the Shipping Service division.  Master mariner with 29 years of experience in Shipping & marine services.  Set up Hyundai Merchant Marine India and headed  Its India operations till 2007 followed by a stint at Jindal Waterways, the shipping arm of Jindal Saw Ltd. Capt. Ashok S CEO – Shipping Services Mr. Marc Stoffelen ED – ECU Line  ED for the global NVOCC Business  Holds a degree in shipping and logistics with 28 years of experience in the shipping, logistics and NVOCC industries.  With the ECU Line group since the last 19 years.  Director on board for ECU Hold NV. Mr. S. Suryanarayanan Director - Finance ED ECU Line  Has responsibility for ECU Line globally  Heads the Group Finance & Accounts function.  Chartered Accountant with 28 years of work  Experience in industries like Consulting,  Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Shipping &  Logistics and Telecom Mr. Ajit Jangle Group- Chief Operating Officer  Group – Chief Operating Officer  Mechanical Engineer, Masters in Finance, Supply chain certification from US and Strategic management from Australia  Over 20 years of experience in Auto and Logistics sectors

11 NVOCC

12  ECU Line is a leading player in the global LCL Consolidation market and enjoys scale both in terms of reach and in terms of volume  LCL Consolidation is a asset light division generating high returns  ECU has a strong global network with presence world over covering over 5000 port pairs destinations  Scale is of utmost importance in the LCL consolidation market and provides an effective entry barrier  ECU’s global network allows Allcargo to serve most of the trade lanes and operate direct lines to several places thereby eliminating transshipment cost to the client, reducing transit times and eliminating multiple handling of cargo  Large volumes help ECU to enjoy preferential freight rates with shipping lines and lead to operating leverage  Having offices at both origination and destination enables ECU to exercise better operational control, thereby ensuring one culture and one mandate, leading to lower cost and higher margin LCL Consolidation Business Under the Global Brand of ECU Line

13 Container Freight Stations/ Inland Container Depots

14 Container Freight Stations / Inland Container Depots 14  Allcargo has leveraged its relationships with freight forwarders and major shipping lines by entering into CFS Division  Company has CFSs at JNPT, Chennai and Mundra with total CFS capacity of 445,000 TEUs p.a. and one ICD each at Pithampur & Dadri with capacity of 36,000 & 75,000 TEUs p.a.  JNPT and Chennai are the key ports in India handling bulk of the container traffic. The two ports together handled ~76% of the total container traffic in India in 2012 Current CFSs/ICDsICD, with road bridgingProposed ICDs/CFS Chennai (Commenced May 2007) Current Capacity: 84,000 TEU Total Area: 25 acres Developed Area: 25 acres Bangalore Total Area: 110 acres Hyderabad Total Area: 40 acres Nagpur Total Area: 63 acres Mumbai (Commenced April 2003) Current Capacity: 144,000 TEU Total Area: 24 acres Developed Area: 24 acres Mundra Mundra (commenced May 2007) Current Capacity: 77,000 TEU Total Area: 16 acres Developed Area: 16 acres Dadri Total Area: 11 acres (leased) Pithampur Total Area: 14 acres Capacity: 36,000 TEU p.a. Mumbai-II Commenced Dec,2012) Capacity: 150,000 TEU Total Area: 43 acres Developed Area: 25 acres

15 CFS Pictures 15

16 3PL & Warehousing

17 Services Offered Production Supply Logistics Inbound Warehouse Management In Plant Warehouse Management Line Feeding Operations Value Added Services Distribution Logistics Outbound Warehouse Management After market Finished Goods Regional Distribution Center Value Added Services Sourcing Logistics Consolidation & Deconsolidation Cross-docking Freight Management & CHA services Value Added Services Reverse Logistics

18 Warehousing – Current Operations National: Goa, Pithampur, Hosur, Bhiwandi, Aurangabad International: Dubai, Singapore, Antwerp, Brazil, Rotterdam Warehouses Customer NameSabicEicher VolvoIFBPepsiCoNRBTimken Location Bhiwandi (Mumbai) Pithampur (Indore) Goa Hosur (Bangalore) AurangabadChennai Warehouse Area (sq. ft.) 35,000108,00058, (open) 25,000 Type of OperationFG, RM After Market (Inplant) FG, RM DC Operations FG, RM Inplant (SEZ) & Line feeding SKU ,000 Lines (In + Out) Per month ,00080,0004,000 Shifts Manpower VAS Kitting, Prepacking, Packing Material Issuing to Plant Material Issuing to line FG Packaging, Export Packaging, Export Documentation ERP / WMSOracleSAPSAP / INFOR SAP

19 Warehousing – Current Operations Mumbai 35,000 Sq. Ft. Indore 108,000 Sq. Ft. Goa 58,000 Sq. Ft. Bangalore Sq. Ft. Aurangabad Sq. Ft Sq. Ft. (open) Chennai 25,000Sq. Ft.

20 Warehouse Pictures

21 Shipping Services

22 SHIPPING SERVICES- Introduction Allcargo Susheela  Allcargo Logistics made a strategic foray into coastal shipping through ship-owning by purchase of three General Cargo vessels.  These are Indian flagged ships and are being run in coastal shipping across Indian Ports Allcargo Arathi Allcargo Laxmi

23 SHIPPING SERVICES- Specifications M.V. Allcargo LaxmiM.V. Allcargo ArathiM.V. Allcargo Susheela Current RoutesIndian Coastal Ship TypeGeneral Cargo General Cargo - Multi Purpose Year Built / Country1992 / Japan 2001/Poland LOA meters meters Beam18.00 meters meters Moulded Depth7.60 meters Summer Draft5.813 meters 7.50 meters Summer Deadweight (DWT) 6266 MT6268 MT7644 MT GRT/NRT4860 / / /2900 Cargo Gear 2 x 25 MT SWL STBD Cranes 2 x 80 T SWL Port side Cranes Hatches / Holds 4 panels folding type (2 +2) 31.5 m x 13.5 m x 7.6 m (Macgregor folding) 2x2 Panels Folding Type Hatch 1: m x m; Hatch 2: m x m; Container Capacity: 375 TEUs Cargo Types carried onboard Bulk, Break Bulk, Minerals, Steel, Bagged Cargo, Project Cargo, Heavy Vehicles

24 SHIPPING SERVICES- Our Routes

25 Project Forwarding

26 26  Established footprint in Project Vertical  India’s leading project forwarding company  Innovative Project Solutions introduced for multiple sectors (Petrochemicals, Oil & Gas, Power, Engineering & Infrastructure etc.) through its owned controlled fleet of equipment  Multifaceted project team on ground with rich national and international experience across sectors  Consistently chartering vessels including heavylifts and moving on an avg. 300,000 freight tons/annum from last 3 years  Strong presence in Power, Infrastructure and Oil & Gas Sector  Strong adherence to QHSE standards About Project Forwarding

27 Asset Base Equipment Type Quantity HYDRAULIC AXLES 198 PRIME MOVERS 23 GIRDER BRIDGE 1 BARGES 2 STOOLS 102 BEAMS 52 JACKS 18 ROLLERS 8 WINCHES/CHAIN PULLEYS, RO/RO RAMPS,SPREADERS,SPACERS,BOLSTERS ETC.

28 28 BARGE NAME : FRONT RUNNER - VASHISTH (FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE) LOA : 55.00M BREADTH (MLD) : 15.00M DEPTH (MLD) : 3.00M FULL LOAD DRAFT : 2.15M GROSS TONS : REGISTERED TONS : DECK STRENGTH : 10 TONS PER M2 TYPE : OCEAN GOING FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE DWT : 1305 TONS BARGE NAME : D. B. DIVAR - KASHYAP (FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE) LOA : 46.00M BREADTH (MLD) : 14.00M DEPTH (MLD) : 2.50M FULL LOAD DRAFT : 1.81M DECK STRENGTH : 10 TONS PER M2 TYPE : OCEAN GOING FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE DWT : 1152 TONS REGISTERING AUTHORITY : MERCANTILE MARINE DEPT (MMD) CERTIFICATION : INDIAN REGISTER OF SHIPPING (IRS) CLASS NOTATION : SU-PONTOON, ‘UNRESTRICTED SERVICE’ Barges

29 29 Girder Bridge Capacity: 400 MT

30 Projects Executed – Few Case Studies

31 CASE STUDY: British Gas Project Awarded to Allcargo by British Gas and involved: - Loading of the module (565 tons) into the Heavylift vessel - Sea freight from Houston, USA to Mumbai Port - Receiving the module onto heavy lift barge at Mumbai Port - Barging the module from Mumbai Port to the offshore platform off the west coast of Gujarat - Lifting of module from the barge onto the Oil Exploration Platform

32 CASE STUDY: Reliance Reliance ADAG Group: Sasan 6 x 660 MW Ultra Mega Power Project at Sasan, Madhya Pradesh Project Awarded to Allcargo by Reliance and involved port handling, Custom Clearance and inland transportation

33 CASE STUDY: Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. KOCHI REFINERY, CAPACITY EXPANSION CUM MODERNISATION PROJECT (CEMP PHASE-II): M x 5.9 M (Height) /800 TONS Project Awarded to Allcargo by BPCL and involved movement of 800 ton reactor from Kochi port to BPCL-Kochi site

34 CASE STUDY: Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. CHENNAI PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. REFINERY EURO IV IMPLEMENTATION, CAPACITY EXPANSION CUM MODERNISATION PROJECT : M x 5.46 M X 5.72 M (Height) /650 TONS Project Awarded to Allcargo by CPCL and involved movement of 650 ton reactor from Chennai port to CPCL Refinery site

35 CASE STUDY: L&T LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED :L&T KORADI, 3X 660 MW TPS EXPANSION 10.6 M x 5.0 M X 5.0 M /360.5 MT Project Awarded to Allcargo by L&T and involved movement of Ton Generator Stator from Mumbai Port to Koradi

36 Other Heavy Lifts Handled

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38 EQUIPMENTS

39 39  Inventory: Asset base of 152 cranes ranging from MT deployed across sectors such as power, refinery, oil and gas, wind energy, steel, cement etc.  Crane Type: All terrain cranes, crawler cranes, telescopic cranes and lattice boom cranes from manufacturers such as Liebherr, Terex- Demag, Kobelco, Manitowoc.  Safety: Occupational Health Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) certified and high focus on safety standards  Quality: Qualified for Associate Members of LEEA (Lifting Equipment and Engineers Association), UK About Equipment Division Capacity in MTQuantity Upto Crane TypeQuantity Telescopic79 Crawlers66 Truck Lattice7

40 Our Assurance on Safety & Quality

41 PRESENCE ACROSS SECTORS

42 Thermal Power Presence Across Sectors

43 CFS & Ports Presence Across Sectors

44 Wind Energy Presence Across Sectors

45 Engg. & Infra Presence Across Sectors

46 Cement - Steel Presence Across Sectors

47 Oil & Gas Presence Across Sectors

48 Equipment Owned By Us 48 Telescopic Crane 40 MT to 500 MT Crawler Cranes 40 MT to 5000 MT Trailers Hydraulic Axles

49 Projects Executed – Few Case Studies

50 The scope was to erect 1200 ton vessel at IOCL Refinery, Paradip. The job was completed in association with Mammoet. SECTOR: Refinery SectorCrane Crane Capacity Weight LiftedLocation Refinery CC & Liebherr LR 1750 (Crawler Crane) 1600 MT & 750 Ton 1200 Ton IOCL Refinery, Paradip

51 Liebherr LR 1750 (750 ton) used for erecting various vessels ranging from 120 ton to 260 tons for Hindustan Mittal Energy’s Bhatinda Refinery Project. SectorCrane Crane Capacity Weight LiftedLocation Oil & Gas (Petrochemical Complex ) Liebherr LR 1750 (Crawler Crane) 750 Ton120 Ton & 260 Ton Guru Govind Singh Refinery (Bhatinda) SECTOR: Oil & Gas

52 Salvage of Turbine after bridge collapse: Allcargo Logistics Ltd has undertaken a number of recovery & salvage jobs. The picture here shows a turbine weighing 280 ton being recovered from a river bed by utilizing our Liebherr LR 1650 (650 ton) crane. The turbine was lying in the river and was recovered successfully without any further damage. SECTOR: Engineering & Infrastructure SectorCrane Crane Capacity Weight LiftedLocation Engineering Infrastructur e Liebherr LR 1650 (Crawler Crane) 650 Ton280 Ton Bhavnagar (Gujarat)

53 Allcargo Logistics Ltd. has undertaken numerous green field thermal power projects: - 2 x 660 MW Lanco Korba - 2 x 660 MW Lanco Vidharba - 2 x 600 MW Kondapalli - BHEL Nagpur Mettur Thermal Power Plant in Tamil Nadu. This job was carried out using Demag CC 2600 (500 Ton) capacity crane. The heaviest girder erected was 115 ton at a height of 100 meters. SECTOR: Thermal Power SectorCrane Crane Capacity Weight LiftedLocation Thermal Power Demag CC 2600 (Crawler Crane) 500 Ton115 Ton Mettur (Tamil Nadu)

54 Safety Induction Toolbox Talk O&E Centre Certifications  OHSAS Certified  LEEA Certification  ISO 9001:2008 Certification Operations & Engineering (O&E) Centre

55 Few of our Clients

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57 Avashya Foundation – Vision, Philosophy & Focus Areas Focus Areas: Natural Disaster Relief Health Care Education Sports Women Empowerment Environmental Sustainability Philosophy: Actively support the social development of underprivileged, destitute, economically challenged and helpless citizens Vision: Take each CSR initiative beyond philanthropy and promote people centric inclusive development with the active participation of the community at all levels

58 Avashya Foundation’s CSR Initiatives: Pan India MAHARASHTRA KARNATAKA Delhi Uttarakhand Chennai Bihar Proposed CSR Initiatives Ongoing CSR Initiatives Mangalore Mumbai

59 Avashya Foundation – Lives we have touched Over 2,000 patients have benefited through foundation’s dedicated medial support centers (at Sion & Nair municipal hospitals in Mumbai). The center at Nair hospital is dedicated for supporting Cancer patients. Till date Avashya Foundation’s medical assistance has touched the lives of over 500 patients in their fight against cancer Medical check-up camps and assistance has helped over 12,000 citizens pan India till date, which includes cataract operations & provision of spectacles for eye treatments Medicinal support to shelter homes in order to meet health needs of the differently abled children To eradicate leprosy, Avashya foundation supports awareness and diagnosis programs which has benefited over 400 citizens till date Avashya Foundation supports education scholarship of over 2,000 students for completing their graduation. This includes pre-primary education of children from tribal regions Construction of schools and its support infrastructure, thus benefiting over 700 children and teachers As part of its environmental initiatives, we have provided solar lamps to villages as well as conducting periodic awareness campaigns Providing clear water to over 4,000 citizens affected by drought, as well as providing critical medicines for flood relief efforts To support women empowerment, Avashya foundation supports vocational training programs in nursing

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