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1 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Title Rotterdam Container Port Global Hub & Gateway
2 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image & Undertitle Port of Rotterdam map Port Area
3 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Object & Undertitle World Top 20 container ports 2012 - 2011 Total container throughput in million TEU 1)Including domestic trade 2)Including river trade 3)Port combined in 2006 Source: Port Authorities
4 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Object & Undertitle European Top 20 container ports 2012 - 2011 Total container throughput in million TEU Source: Port Authorities
5 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Trends and developments Growth in volume Overcapacity of ships Increased cooperation/ integration of services New additional terminal capacity in Europe ULCC (400 x 60 x 15,5 m)
6 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Trends and developments Economies of scale for both sea- and landside Strengthening of hinterland connections Modal Shift: essential for processing the growing freight flows Modal Shift
7 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image & Undertitle Nautical accessibility Key characteristics
8 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Global hub & gateway All major shipping lines have weekly services calling at Rotterdam High ratio of “First/Last Port of Call” services Large number of shortsea & feeder connections Weekly services
9 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Strategic hinterland Gateway to 350 million consumers Hinterland
10 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image Excellent barge connections
11 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image Excellent rail connections
12 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Betuwe Route 160 km of dedicated rail freight line of Rotterdam to the German network Performance 2011 (ytd): +/- 500 trains per week In four hours from Rotterdam to German’s Ruhr area Dedicated rail freight line
13 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Extensive inland terminal network Benefits More reliable and efficient connection to the port Improving accessibility to the port Reducing CO 2 emissions Alpherium
14 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image Ideal shortsea & feeder hub
15 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Port Community System A neutral and reliable information hub for all logistical information in the port To align, improve and simplify the exchange of information www.portbase.com
16 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 30/60 Customs Paperless Working in partnership with private sector Tailor made solutions 24/7 operations “Single Window” concept Non-intrusive (i.e. scanning) inspections Euromax Containerscan Customs
17 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Image Shipping lines commit to Rotterdam Euromax MV1 ECT & Cosco, K-Line, Yang Ming & Hanjin (CKYH) Rotterdam World Gateway DP World, APL, MOL, HMM & CMA-CGM APM Terminals MV2 APM Terminals & Maersk Line
18 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 50/50 Maasvlakte 1 basin widening To further improve accessibility for ULCS’s The Amazonehaven will be widened from 255 to 310 metres Work currently in progress Expected completion: mid-2014 Amazonehaven
19 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 50/50 Rotterdam Cool Port Complete Cool cluster in the Waal- Eemhaven area State-of-the-art cold store operations Cross-docking facilities High frequency shuttle connection with Maasvlakte LCL consolidation point Start construction: Q1 2014 Operational (phase 1): Mid 2015 Artist impression
20 © Copyright - Port of Rotterdam - 2012 Text & Image 50/50 Targets To optimise the exchange of containers at Maasvlakte To strengthen Hinterland connectivity To effect/realize modal shift targets (from Maasvlakte)
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