dct gdansk

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DCT GDANSK
GDANSK BECOMES THE NEW GATEWAY FOR
RUSSIA AND THE CEE
European Economic Congress, May 15th
Boris Wenzel
Chief Executive Officer
DCT Gdansk
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Content
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Company profile
2.
Baltic Revolution: Closest to final destination
3.
Planning for the future
4.
Current Long Haul Services Connecting DCT with Hinterland
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Extending the Long Haul Coverage
6.
DCT Gdansk – the Baltic Gateway Moscow Case Study
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PCL as A Vital Link in Global Logistic Chain
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Traditional Logistic Model vs. Port Centric Logistics
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PCL: Light Manufacturing Model
10.Port Centric Logistics: What’s in it for the Clients?
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Company Profile
Ownership Structure:
Macquarie Global Infrastructure Fund II
(GIF II)
Co-investors
Comprising:
MTAA Superannuation fund
Statewide Superannuation Trust
Westscheme Fund
64%
36%
50%
25%
25%
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DCT Gdansk is an infrastructure asset majority owned and managed by Macquarie Group
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DCT Gdansk handles import, export and transshipment containers to/from mainline and feeder
vessels, trains, CFS and road transport
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DCT Gdansk is an easy accessible port facility connecting Asia, European Union and the emerging
markets of Central and Eastern Europe
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DCT Gdansk’s total initial investment was €200 mio.
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The Baltic Revolution: Closest to Final Destination
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Planning for the Future
DCT Gdansk has ability, available land and full confidence in future business
growth to pursue our development plans:
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Rail terminal expansion from annual capacity 187k TEU in Q2 2012 up to 750k TEU in Q4 2013
Pomeranian Logistics Centre (PLC) adjacent to our container terminal
Additional deepwater berth to be operational in 2015.
Pomeranian Logistics Centre
RAIL TERMINAL
TERMINAL
EXPANSION 2020+
DCT2 TERMINAL
2015
BERTH EXPANSION
2015+
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Current Long Haul Services Connecting DCT with Hinterland
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DCT can handle full block trains – up to 618
m in length
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Currently, DCT offers 7 operational windows
for block trains every 24 hrs
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More than 30 block trains served weekly to:
- Wloclawek
- Katy Wroclawskie
- Kutno
- Radomsko
- Gliwice
- Slawkow
- Poznan
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Extending the Long Haul Coverage
Moscow
Kaliningrad
Minsk
DCT Gdansk
Berlin
Kiev
Prague
Bratislava
- truck connections
- rail connections
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DCT Gdansk – the Baltic Gateway Moscow Case Study
The seaway and land connections to Russian Capital from the Baltic Gateway
Shanghai
(terminal)
St.Petersburg
Deepsea
approx.
32 days
Ust-Luga
Present
Moscow
3-5 departures
a week
DCT Gdańsk
Bi-weekly
service
Feeder
2-3 days
DCT Gdansk
Future:
• Lower cost
• "Winter-proof” - reliability
• Fastest transit time
• Higher frequency
Rail link
approx.
4 days
St. Petersburg
Port stay
2-7 days
Rail link
1 day
Moscow
Total
39-44 days
Total
44-46 days
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PCL as A Vital Link in Global Logistic Chain
For Shipping Lines and cargo owners, Gdansk PCL concept means that all services such as...
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Depot and EMR services
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Stuffing / unstuffing of containers
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Cargo consolidation
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Cargo upgrading
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Warehousing
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Office facilities
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Additional services
(customs and veterinary clearance etc.)
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Connectivity to Russian rail network
…will be available on-site, creating new logistics options and
generating significant savings!
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Traditional Logistic Model vs. Port Centric Logistics
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Traditional goods circulation process
Full containers
Distribution Centre
Container
Terminal
Final destination
Delivery trucks
Empty containers
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Port Centric Logistics concept
DCT-Goodman PCL
Distribution Centre
integrated with the terminal
Delivery trucks
Final destination
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PCL: Light Manufacturing Model
Moscow
…and further on
loaded on feeder
vessel and sent
to final
destination.
Full import
arrives on an
ocean vessel..
St. Petersburg
..which takes it to
container yard..
LM /
Contract
Logistics
..restuffed with
finished
assembled
products and
loaded back on
IMV..
..Container is
discharged from
vessel in DCT
and loaded on
IMV..
..which takes it
via technical
road to the
factory within
Logistics Park.
In factory
container is
unstuffed and..
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Port Centric Logistics: What’s in it for the Clients?
Savings, savings, savings…
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No container transportation costs
Reduced container handling charges
Lower container storage charges in ports
Container demurrage and detention savings
Optimized planning and flexibility through
lower transportation and warehousing costs
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Port Centric
Concept
Regular
Distribution
Centre
Cross dock concept – just in time
..most of this savings potential will also be realized by companies using
DCT as the deepwater gateway to the CEE markets...
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THANK YOU!
Boris Wenzel
Chief Executive Officer
[email protected]
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