J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. - The Transportation and Logistics

Report
What’s your next move?™
Intermodal - What You Need to Know
Transportation & Logistics Council Annual Conference
San Diego, CA - April 22, 2013
SINGLE SOURCE • INTERMODAL • DEDICATED • FINAL MILE • TRUCKLOAD • LESS THAN TRUCKLOAD • REFRIGERATED • FLATBED • EXPEDITED
Supply Chain Solutions
MANUFACTURING
DISTRIBUTION
POINT OF PURCHASE
CONSUMPTION
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Diversified and Complementary
2012 Revenue Mix
10%
9%
JBI
DCS
21%
60%
ICS
JBT
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Annual J.B. Hunt Intermodal Volumes
1,500,000
1,400,000
1,300,000
1,200,000
1,100,000
1,000,000
900,000
800,000
700,000
600,000
500,000
400,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
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2012 Est
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
0
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Intermodal Network Is In Place
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Intermodal Benefits Are Driving Change
Shippers, Carriers, Environment
● Economical
● Expanding capacity
● Greener shipping
● Less congestion
● Better jobs
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What Freight Moves Intermodal Today?
Types of Intermodal Shipments
● Import shipments
● Inbound to DC and Outbound to Store
● Consolidation
● Temp-Controlled
● Flatbed
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So Why Hasn’t More Freight Been Converted?
Some Shippers Say…
● “I had a bad experience with Intermodal 15 years ago.”
● “Shipping requirements won’t allow Intermodal.”
● “Intermodal transit is slow and variable.”
● “Won’t work for my customers.”
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Intermodal…The Right Way
Elements of Quality Intermodal Service
● Experience & Partnerships
● Network Capacity & Scope
● Asset Ownership – Containers, Chassis, Tractors
● Company Drivers
● Service Team/Execution/Monitoring
● Technology/Reporting
● Consistency & Reliability
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Your Options…
FAST | Expedited Service
VALUE | Standard Service

Fastest intermodal service in the industry

Solution for price sensitive shippers

Averages 800 miles per day

Averages 600 miles per day
With two service levels to choose from, JBHT & BNSF
offers shippers the best transportation value.
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Expedited Service
Pacific
Northwest
Chicago
Northern
California
Denver
Northeast
Kansas
City
Southern
California
Memphis
Door to Door
Region
Transit Days
4.5
SCAL-ATL
Region
Atlanta
DFW
Southeast
SCAL-CHI
Door to Door
Transit Days
4.9
CHI-SCAL
3.8
ATL-SCAL
5.6
NCAL-CHI
4.6
SCAL-KC
3.7
CHI-NCAL
4.4
KC-SCAL
3.7
PNW-CHI
4.4
DEN-CHI
3.0
CHI-PNW
3.4
CHI-DEN
2.0
DFW-CHI
2.6
SCAL-ATL-SE
7.9
CHI-DFW
2.5
SCAL-CHI-NE
8.5
SCAL-MEM
5.0
SCAL-CHI-SE
9.0
MEM-SCAL
4.7
NCAL-CHI-NE
8.6
SCAL-DFW
3.6
NCAL-CHI-SE
DFW-SCAL
3.9
SCAL-MEM-NE
10.7
SCAL-MEM-SE
11.0
9.1
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Standard Service
Pacific
Northwest
Chicago
Midwest
Northern
California
Denver
Northeast
Kansas
City
Region
Southern
California
SCAL-CHI
Memphis
Atlanta
DFW
Southeast
Door to Door
Region
Transit Days
4.8
DEN-CHI
Door to Door
Transit Days
4
CHI-SCAL
4.7
CHI-DEN
NCAL-CHI
5.5
ATL-SE
4
3
CHI-NCAL
5.4
SE-ATL
3.8
PNW-CHI
4.7
NE-CHI
2
CHI-PNW
4.6
CHI-NE
4
DFW-CHI
3.5
ATL-CHI
2.8
CHI-DFW
2.8
CHI-ATL
2.7
SCAL-MEM
5.7
SE-CHI
4.9
MEM-SCAL
4.9
CHI-SE
4.5
SCAL-ATL
5.7
MW-CHI
2.6
ATL-SCAL
5.8
CHI-MW
1.5
SCAL-DFW
4.6
MW-SE
4
DFW-SCAL
4.9
SE-MW
4.5
SCAL-KC
4.5
MW-NE
4.2
KC-SCAL
4
NE-MW
4.6
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Sources of US Greenhouse Gas Emissions
2010 US Greenhouse Gas Emissions
By Sector
26.9%
Electricity
Transportation
Industry
Agriculture
Commercial
Residential
U.S. Territories
 Transportation is responsible for 26.9%
of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions
 21.88% of the total Transportation
emissions (5.9% of the total) are caused by
Inventory of US Greenhouse
medium- and heavy-duty vehicles Source:
Gas Emissions and Sinks, 1990-2010.
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How? J.B. Hunt’s Transportation Carbon Diet
1. Know your network footprint
Then, attack it by:
2. Eliminating miles
- Network re-alignment
- Route optimization
3. Increasing payload
- Maximize cube & weight
Reduced Costs Means
Reduced Emissions!
4. Converting to energy-efficient, cost-effective modes
- Rail is better than truck; truck is better than air
5. Using efficient carriers
- FleetSmart members & SmartWaySM partners
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CLEAN Transport™
 Proprietary JB Hunt tool
calculates customer’s
carbon footprint &
identifies intermodal
conversion
opportunities
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Intermodal as “Carbon-Lite Transportation”
Carbon Emissions - 1,800 Mile Shipment
3.0
2.5
(Tonnes)
50% less carbon;
1.5 fewer tonnes
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
Over-the-Road
Truckload
Reduce Idle
Reduce Empty Miles
Convert to Intermodal
Estimated carbon emissions for an 1,800 mile truckload shipment based on Raven Ridge Resources, Inc. methodology for calculating carbon emissions for
truckload shipments via highway and intermodal service. See: http://www.ghgworks.com/pdf/JBHTIntermodalVerificationReport.pdf
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Freeze Protect Service
J.B. Hunt offers freeze
protection service for
freight that may be
susceptible to lowtemperature swings.
Our single-source solutions
utilize both temperaturecontrolled intermodal and
van service that is customizable according to your
needs. Pricing includes
service monitoring on every
load.
Temperature- Controlled Solutions
Blanket Protection can help protect
Your products from damage from freezing.
Over-the-Road and Intermodal
Temperature-Controlled Options
Over-the-road freeze protect services
Are provided through our ICS (Integrated
Capacity Solutions) division. Access over
7,000 carriers with 150,000 units of
Refrigerated capacity with a single phone
Call.
Intermodal temperature-controlled
Options include turnkey blanket products
In dry containers, as well as intermodal
Refrigerated containers.
• Foil insulated blankets Lightweight, disposable blankets that help protect products
from freezing. Can be reused. Most inexpensive option with lower level of temperature protection.
• Thermal quilts Heavy, reusable blankets
for protection from freezing which can be
reused many times. Available with top-ofload coverage, or with side-wall panels for
a greater level of protection. Pallet covers
also available for small quantities per load.
Monitoring Services
► Your blanket or ours
► Dailey weather
updates
► Priority dispatch
► Customized
scheduling
►24/7 monitoring
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The J.B. Hunt Temperature Controlled Intermodal (TCI)
Container Information
• CIMC Built Container
• Thermo King Cooling Unit
• StarTrak LMS Software
• Configured for JBHZ Chassis
• 156 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Tank
• Fuel Heater
• E-Track – Two rows full length
• Single Temp/Single Chute
• Door Sensor-Alarm
Gross Payload (product + dunnage)
42,000 lbs (Daycab Dray)
40,000 lbs (Sleeper Dray)
Floor space will accommodate 28
pallets. (48x40 four way entry)
Interior Width = 97.25”
Interior Length = 49’ 9”
Interior Height = 101.8”
Interior Volume = 3,422 ft3
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National 2012-2008 Top Categories
The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally.
CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since 2003. Report is based
on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.
Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce
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State Comparison 2008-2012
The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally.
CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since 2003. Report is based
on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.
Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce
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2008-2012 by Product - California
The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally.
CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since 2003. Report is based
on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.
Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce
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Power In-Lock® Cargo Protection
Supply Chain Integrity and Product Safety
 Internal deadbolt lock that cannot be cut or
easily broken
 Remotely operated through StarTrak LMS
software by designated J.B. Hunt
intermodal personnel.
 Can be locked/unlocked locally on 10 digit
keypad with rolling security code. Code
has a 1 hour expiration.
 Locking pin fires into frame of container
 Tampering alarm programmed
 Thermo King power source & battery
backup
 Wiring inside frame of container
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Power In-Lock® Cargo Protection
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General loading guidelines:
 Evenly distribute lading weight
 Fill lengthwise space with lading or buffer material
 Plan load to minimize crosswise void space
 Stow heavier lading on bottom, lighter lading on top
 Provide stable base for all cargo
 Segregate irregular lading from remainder of lading (use
blocking/bracing, separators, dividers)
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Load Planning
(2) 48x96” AAR approved air bags
Pallets turned 48” across
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Dunnage and Securement Products
Honeycomb
Drop Down Filler
Corrugated Risers
Kraft Airbag
Saddle PaK
Contour Pads
Polyethylene Woven
Airbag
Fill-m Filler
Poly Strapping
Stopak Airbag
Pal-Kor Filler
Metal Banding
1-1/4” x .032
Rubber Matting
Door Pak
Replaces plywood
Ty-Gard
Ty-Gard and Ty-Patch
Tools
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CLASSES OF CARGO SEALS
High Security seal
Security seal
Indicative seal
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BARRIER SEALS
High security
Figure ‘8’ cable seal
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High Value - Containers in the Bottom Well - Cannot open the doors when in the
Bottom Well as shown on the right
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Thank You!
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