Ed McCarthy Presentation V4 - 2013 Governor`s Transportation

Report
2013 VA Governor’s Transportation Conference
Ed McCarthy, SVP & COO
CMA CGM (America) LLC
Large Ships
“You can debate their impact, but
you cannot deny that they are
coming!” – said by a Roman General referring
Current Fleet as of August 1, 2013
to the Huns in 425 AD
That being the case, planning and
preparing for them is the responsible
course.
# of Vessels
TEU's
% Vsls % TEU
>10,000
186
2,397,909
4%
14%
<10,000
4,789
14,590,637
96%
86%
TTL
4,975
16,988,546
100%
100%
Order book as of August 1, 2013
# of Vessels
TEU's
% Vsls % TEU
>10,000
111
1,582,579
24%
46%
<10,000
348
1,875,487
76%
54%
TTL
459
3,458,066
100%
100%
Large Ships
Who Has Them & Where?
Most Grays Go To Here
Raise Your Hand if You Remember the phrase
“Trickle Down Economics”
CMA CGM CORTE REAL, Long Beach CA
The largest CMA CGM vessel to call North America
Thank You!
13,830 TEUs
A Quick Size Comparison
CMA CGM MARCO POLO 16000 Class of Container Ships
Main particulars
Length over all
1299.21 ft
Air draft (after tilting)
219.81 ft
Breadth
175.85 ft
Deadweight on Ts
187,626 Ton
Depth to main deck
98.09 ft
Lightship weight
54,400 Ton
Draught, scantling
52.49 ft
Service Speed
24,1 knots
Efficiency Comparison
• Ships carry 99% of overseas trade in
volume terms and 62% in value terms,
the remainder being conveyed by air.
• 90% of all international trade moves by
sea
• Globally, the ton-miles of freight moved
by water are more than twice the total
ton-miles moved by road, railway, and
air combined.
• Water transportation is less costly and
more efficient than other modes of
transport:
http://www.greatlakes-seaway.com/en/aboutus/competitiveness.html
Comparison of Co2 emissions between different modes of transport
Rail car with container
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Some Hard Numbers
What can be expected
operationally as ships
get larger?
5100 = USEC Workhorse
8500 = USEC Largest
Vessel Size
Metric
LOA (length)
Design Draft
Scantling Draft
Rows Across
Tiers On Deck
Air Draft Titled
Breadth (Width)
5100 TEU
8500 TEU
11,000 TEU
12,600 TEU
13,800 TEU
294.1
12
13.5
13
7
54.25
32.2
334
13
15
17
8
57
42.8
347.5
13.5
15.5
18
8
65.55
45.2
366
13
15.5
19
8
65.3
48.2
365.5
14
15.5
20
9
65
51.2
Vessel Size
Feet
LOA (length)
Design Draft
Scantling Draft
Rows Across
Tiers On Deck
Air Draft Titled
Breadth (Width)
5100 TEU
8500 TEU
11,000 TEU
12,600 TEU
13,800 TEU
943.6
38.5
43.3
13
7
174.1
103.3
1071.6
41.7
48.1
17
8
182.9
137.3
1114.9
43.3
49.7
18
8
210.3
145.0
1174.3
41.7
49.7
19
8
209.5
154.6
1172.7
44.9
49.7
20
9
208.5
164.3
Large Ships
Large Ships Present Two Major Challenges
1 = Size of the ships
2 = Highly Concentrated Volumes of Cargo
Port Impact
• Harbor Depth (& Air Draft)
• Berths – 1300 Foot?
• Cranes – Reach (20+), How Many Per Berth?
• Moves Per Hour Critical
• On Dock Rail
• Back of Crane Infrastructure
• Gates
• Intense “Peak Days”
• Highways
• Pilots & Tugs
Rail Impact
• Longer Trains
• Flatcar Availability
• Double Stack
• On Dock Rail
• Higher Ramp Traffic Concentration
• Origin & Destination
• Dedicated Trains/Corridors
Customer Impact
• Concentrated Flows = High Velocity
• Potential Warehouse Stresses
• Improved Schedule Reliability
• Dray Power Challenges
Effectively Managing These Issues Will Result In Improved Efficiency Throughout the Supply Chain
The New Panama Canal
CMA CGM AMERIGO VESPUCCI
(13,830 TEUs)
13.000 teu Vessels will be capable of transiting the Panama Canal
Mid-Atlantic Terminals – Summer 2013 Capabilities
• Baltimore
• Norfolk
• Charleston
• Savannah
SEAGIRT Baltimore
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Capacity – 1.2M teus / 705K lifts occupancy 43%
284 acres of operating space
7 Post Panamax cranes / 4 Super Post
Panamax
RTG / Top Loader Operation
3127ft of berth
On dock rail CSX / Near Dock NS
Channel – 50ft MLW
3 Berth @ 45MLW with new Berth 4 @
50ft MLW
Air draft – 185ft MHW
Tidal Range – 1.5ft
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Turning Basin – 1350ft
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NIT- Norfolk
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Capacity – 2.1M teus / 1.2M teus –
Occupancy 52%
131 acres of operating space (Total
Terminal space – 567 acres)
14 Super Post Panamax cranes (245ft
reach / 27 across)
1 R0/RO berth
6630ft of berth
Alongside – 55ft MLW
Channel – 50ft MLW
Turning Basin – No restriction
Tidal Range – 2 to 3 ft
Straddle Operation (Container yard) &
Reach Stackers (Intermodal Yard)
On dock rail NS / CSX off dock (100,000ft)
Future = Expansion of acreage and order
of new Super Post Panamax cranes as
volumes warrant
APM - Norfolk
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Capacity – 1.1M teus / 650K lifts –
Occupancy 74%
260 acres of operating space
8 Super Post Panamax
3,225ft of berth
RMG Operation
On Dock rail (14,400ft track)
Alongside – 55ft MLW
Channel - 50ft MLW
Turning Basin – No restrictions
Tidal Range – 2 to 3ft
Future build out = 4000ft of berth, 2 addt.
Super Post Panamax cranes, 370 acres, 2.1M
Teu capacity as volumes warrant
SCSPA - WANDO
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Capacity – 1.6M Teus / 940K lift
– Occupancy 50%
246 acres of operating space
12 cranes – 8 Super Post
Panamax / 4 Post Panamax
3,800ft of berth
RTG Operation
Off Dock rail (virtual on dock
program)
Channel - 45ft MLW
Alongside – 50ft MLW
Air draft – 186ft MHW
Tidal Range – 5.5 ft
Turning Basin – 2,110ft
GPA Savannah
SCSPA - NCT
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Capacity – 1.2M Teus / 705K lifts –
Occupancy 50%
201 acres of operating space
6 cranes – 2 Super Post Panamax / 4
Post Panamax
2,500ft of berth
RTG Operation
Off Dock rail (virtual on dock
program)
Channel – 45ft MLW
Alongside – 49ft MLW
Air draft – 155ft MHW
Tidal Range – 5.5ft
Turning Basin – 1754ft
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Capacity – 4.2M Teus / 2.98M lifts –
71% occupancy
850 acres of operating space (1200
acres in total)
23 cranes - 6 Post Panamax / 12 Super
Post Panamax
Delivery of 4 new Super Post Panamax
cranes in June 2013
RTG Operation (116 in operation)
9,700 feet of berth
On dock rail (CSX & NS)
Future Capacity – 6.5M teus / 3.6M
lifts (2022)
Investment 70 new RTG (Total build
out of 186)
Channel – 38ft MLW (w/o tide
restriction)
Alongside – 48ft MLW
Air draft – 186ft MHW
Tidal Range – 7ft
Turning Basin – 1500ft x 1600ft
As you can see….
Norfolk and Baltimore are well positioned with plenty of draft and capacity, as
well as on-dock rail.
Charleston faces challenges without on-dock rail (although a virtual substitute
is offered), and potential tidal sailing requirements. NCT’s shortage of super
PPM cranes may be an issue as well.
Savannah has on-dock rail, but limited channel depth. However, Savannah
has the advantage of major customer distribution centers directly adjacent to
the terminal facility.

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