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1 Maritime Logistics in the Baltic Sea Region – Structure, Dynamic and Future Challenges Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Breitzmann Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Round table discussion "Deepening our Cooperation towards a fully- fledged Maritime Economy in the Baltic Sea Region” Berlin, 22 April 2008

2 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 2 Contents 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports and their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition

3 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 3 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition Contents

4 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 4 1. Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region Map 1: Baltic Sea Area

5 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 5 1. Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region Tab. 1: Baltic Sea Transport and its position in World Sea Transport Source: Heeckt, H.: Die Seehäfen in Skandinavien und im übrigen Ostseeraum. Handbuch der europäischen Seehäfen Band II, Hamburg 1968; UNCTAD: Review of maritime transport, New York and Geneva, various editions; own estimations

6 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 6 1. Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region Fig. 1: Economical dualism and economic growth in the Baltic Sea Region

7 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 7 1. Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region Tab. 2: Development of the foreign trade between Germany and countries in the BSR (bill. EUR) Source: Federal Statistical Office Germany

8 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 8 1. Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region Fig. 2: Development of the Russian export and import (bill. USD) Source: Feiguine, G.; EBRD World Bank: Russian Economic Report November 2007

9 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 9 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition Contents

10 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports Fig. 3: Structure of Baltic Sea Transport According to Traffic Relation and Transport Technology

11 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports Tab. 3: Structure of Baltic maritime transport depending on type of cargo (2006) Source: own calculations based on Eurostat March 08

12 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports Tab. 4: Volume and structure of Baltic maritime transport 2006 (mio tons) Source: own calculations based on Eurostat March 08

13 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports Tab. 5: Development of cargo turnover in Baltic Sea Ports (mio tons) * including North Sea ports

14 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 14 Contents 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition

15 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1 Container transport Tab. 6: Container turnover in Baltic Sea Ports depending on country (in TEU) * ) Lübeck only Source: Ocean Shipping Consultants; Eurostat; National Statistics Services; Port Authorities *)*)

16 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1 Container transport Fig. 4: Shift of ratio in Baltic container transport depending on country

17 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1 Container transport Fig. 5: Container turnover in Baltic Sea Ports * ) 2006 *)*)

18 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.2 Ro/Ro traffic Tab. 7: Ferry and RoRo traffic - main relations, trailer and rail wagons (in Units) *) without Finnlines Source: ShipPax Halmstad

19 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.3 Oil transport Tab. 8: Important Oil Ports in the Baltic Sea * Crude oil and oil products

20 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.4 Cruise shipping Tab. 9: Cruise Passengers in Baltic Ports 2000 – 2007 (in 1.000)

21 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 21 1) ) ) 2) 3. Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.4 Cruise shipping Tab. 10: Cruise Passengers in Baltic Sea Ports (in 1.000)

22 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 22 1) 1998 Source: compiled from H. P. Wild; T. Peisley; COWI; own recherches in ports 1) 3. Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.4 Cruise shipping Tab. 11: Smaller cruise ports

23 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 23 Contents 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition

24 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Some future challenges 4.1 Protection of marine environment Tab. 12: Reported vessel accidents in the Baltic Sea Source: HELCOM

25 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 25 Source: ITOPF Leakages of oil per year Average in the decade : Ø 25,2 Leakages of oil per year : Ø 9,3 Leakages of oil per year : Ø 7,8 Leakages of oil per year : Ø 3,7 Leakages of oil per year 4. Some future challenges 4.1 Protection of marine environment Tab. 13: Number of leakages of oil caused by vessel accidents (over 700 tons)

26 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 26 Contents 1.Importance of maritime logistics for the Baltic Sea Region 2.Structure and dynamic of Baltic maritime transport and ports 3.Main segments of Baltic maritime transport 3.1Container transport 3.2Ro/Ro traffic 3.3Oil transport 3.4Cruise shipping 4.Some future challenges for international cooperation 4.1 Protection of marine environment 4.2 Transport connections between ports and their hinterland 4.3 Transit policy and fair competition

27 Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock 27 Thank you for your attention! Baltic Institute of Marketing, Transport and Tourism at the University of Rostock Ulmenstraße 69 D Rostock Fon:+49/381/ Fax:+49/381/


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