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1 Transportation Opportunities & Challenges 3rd Annual India Trade Conference David Noe – VP Sales, Marketing & Customer Support This slide deck is a template for presenting to customers and prospects. Please edit and remove slides based on needs and requirements of the meeting and the audience.

2 India Ports, CFS and ICD locations Innovation: Questions & Answers
Presentation Overview Brief India Overview India Growth Sectors APL India Overview India Ports, CFS and ICD locations Innovation: Questions & Answers

3 High Level Points of Interest
India’s power as a major international player in services, manufacturing and exports continues to grow With improved per capita Gross Domestic Product, the consumer markets in India continue to expand dramatically Opportunities for importers and exporters continue to diversify – and the ocean carrier and logistics community is well positioned to greet the expansion APL has had a presence in India for decades and we are a major service innovator -

4 Welcome to India Second fastest growing economy in the world.
Kolkata Lotus Temple Taj Mahal Chennai New Delhi Mumbai Second fastest growing economy in the world. GDP growth has consistently been close to 9% over the last 3 years and even during the current crisis still managed a healthy 6% growth. Large domestic market and is less dependent on export markets which form less than 15% of India’s GDP. APL was the pioneer in introducing containerisation in India way back in 1973. We continue to be a leading carrier in the Transpacific and Intra Asia trades to and from India.

5 3rd Largest Economy in the World by 2032
In terms of GDP, India will overtake: Italy by France by UK by Germany by Japan by 2032 SOURCE IMA

6 India – Growth Sectors & Industries

7 Textiles/Garments Contributes US$21 billion – 12% of exports and 14% of industrial production Employs over 35 million and targeted to create 15 million new jobs by 2015 Projected investment in next 5 years is US$30B and India allows 100% FDI in textiles Garment exports to USA at US$2.8B while to EU zone at US$6B Yuan appreciation to benefit Indian exporters Sources: AEPC, FICCI

8 Automobiles & Auto Parts
Source : SIAM

9 White Goods/Home Appliances
Estimated market size of $40 Billion and projected average growth rate of 20% through 2012 Replacement cycle of 9-12 years is now down to 4-5 years Direct Tax Code expected to spur consumer demand Rural market accounts for 40% and growing faster than Urban demand Foreign brands dominate over 70% of Indian Home Appliances market – huge import/export opportunity Source : Assocham, IBEF

10 APL India Overview 10 10

11 APL OFFICES IN INDIA Ludhiana Loni New Delhi Kathmandu Jaipur Kanpur
Jodhpur Indore Kandla Veraval Ahmedabad Kolkatta Nagpur Mumbai Pune Vizag Hyderabad Marmagoa Mangalore Bangalore Cochin Tuticorin APL OFFICES IN INDIA

12 Global Perspective – APL Network
Exports in FEUs Country 2,008 2,009 YTD P5,2010 USA 422,736 360,925 166,415 N. CHINA 357,300 325,219 158,090 S. CHINA 307,867 285,429 140,411 JAPAN 126,640 106,163 61,035 INDIA 119,350 105,441 53,450 Total 2,461,381 2,287,971 1,126,127 Imports in FEUs 562,385 492,376 242,647 119,077 125,624 56,748 120,310 120,146 65,924 UAE 126,059 113,943 51,410 83,736 94,439 54,088 5th largest export country in 2010 3rd largest import country in 2010

13 Ports & Inland ICD 13 13

14 Indian Port Overview Volumes in thousands of TEUs for 2008
MUMBAI/NHAVASHEVA 4,163 CHENNAI 1,187 MUNDRA TUTICORIN MUMBAI COCHIN KANDLA KOLKATTA HALDIA PIPAVAV VISHAKAPATNAM MURMAGOA NEW MANGALORE Haldia JNPT Chennai Mumbai Murmagao New Mangalore Cochin Tuticorin Mundra Kolkatta Vishakapatnam Kandla Volumes in thousands of TEUs for 2008

15 ICDs & CFSs An ICD (Inland Container Depot) or CFS (Container Freight Station) may be defined as a common user facility offering services for handling and temporary storage of import/export laden and empty containers carried under Customs control and with Customs and other Agencies competent to clear goods. Generally: An ICD is located in the interior of the country away from the gateway port, whereas, A CFS is an off dock facility located near the gateway port which helps in decongesting the port by shifting cargo and customs related activities outside the port area. The inbound containers need to move from ports to CFSs from where they are delivered. Customs permit direct delivery from port CY, only to ACP (Accredited Customer Programme) customers. FUNCTIONS OF ICDs/CFSs Receipt and dispatch/delivery of cargo Stuffing and stripping of containers Customs clearance Transit operations by rail/road to and from gateway ports Consolidation and desegregation of LCL cargo. Temporary storage of cargo and containers Reworking of containers Maintenance and repair of container units.

16 North India ICD locations
Jodhpur Ludhiana Moradabad Kanpur Delhi Jaipur Panipat LONI Mundra - Location - Ports Nhavasheva

17 South India ICD locations
Colombo Tirupur Bangalore Hyderabad Vishakapatnam Chennai Mangalore Cochin Tuticorin - Location - Ports

18 East India ICD locations
Biratnagar Birganj Kathmandu Kolkata Haldia - Location - Ports East India ICD locations Guwahti

19 Operational and Financial Summary
CFS (Port) CFS nominated by APL Ctr moved by CFS to depot Customs Clearance at CFS Storage and LoLo charged direct to consignee by CFS Continued growth expected as the Indian economy expands ICD (Inland) Movement by rail controlled by APL for Imports. For exports can be either APL or shipper. Tax implications. Customs Clearance at ICD Storage and LoLo charged direct to consignee by ICD Even more impressive growth as the network expands to meet demand

20 INDIALINX : Overview on Rail service
20 20

21 Why APL Developed Extension of APL’s Liner service: Given the infrastructural constraints in India, it is critical to have control over choke points to ensure delivery certainties. Improved Reliability for our Customers: APL has greater asset and operational control – making customers better able to plan and work their supply chains including Indian manufacturing capabilities.

22 Rail Movement Critical for north-Indian Hinterland
Ports on the west coast handle around 70% of India’s container traffic. North Indian hinterland contributes to about 75% of the containers moving through Indian ports. Avg. distance covered by a container on the north-west corridor is 1300 km. Transportation by rail expected to grow to from current level of 1.8 million to 5 million TEUs by 2015. Mundra Pipavav VIZAG Nava Sheva Tuticorin

23 Future Network and volumes (2015): Organic Growth
Trains : 23 Rail Volumes: 217,000 Teus International : 88% Domestic: 12% LUDHIANA PANIPAT LONI ACTL RUDRAPUR Kandla INDORE KOLKATA Mundra NAGPUR Pipavav Kalamboli Nava Sheva VIZAG HYDERABAD CHENNAI COCHIN Tuticorin

24 APL IndiaLinx – A New Industry Standard for Many Carriers
Hapag-Lloyd NYK OOCL Evergreen HMM UASC MOL Emirates K-Line Yang Ming

25 Thank You!

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