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The focus of this presentation is on the factors that drive Europe’s successful container on barge markets, and the lessons that can be applied in the United States.

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  1. 1. RNO Overview of SmartRivers Report --- Folding Inland Waterways into the Global Supply Chain --- Arno Hart
  2. 2. RNO Five Topics Intro to SmartRivers Euro Waterways Container On Barge (COB) Innovations Key Findings
  3. 3. RNO What is SmartRivers?
  4. 4. RNO Integrated Logistics Chain Management Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  5. 5. RNO The European Network Slide courtesy of European Federation of Inland Ports
  6. 6. RNO Water Network and Industrial Areas Slide courtesy of European Federation of Inland Ports
  7. 7. RNO The Netherlands 45% 4% 7% 44% France 78% 14% 6%2% Germany 69% 15% 3% 13% Belgium 70% 13% 3% 14% Austria 51% 30% 14% 5% 15% 69% Road Rail Barge Pipelines EU – Statistics 2004 Modal Split of Total Cargo Transport 5 EU examples Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam Eurowide - 6.5% water
  8. 8. RNO Institutional Framework Euro Wide • Inland Navigation Europe • Research & Development • Subsidies (Marco Polo) • Equal competition/competitiveness National • Development agencies • Maintenance of locks • Dredging Corridors/Axis • International treaties along main waterway • Manheim Accord – The Rhine • Belgrade Convention – Danube Regions/Cities • Operate ports/nodes • Vienna • Brussels • Manheim
  9. 9. RNO The RhineScheldtSeine Network Slide courtesy of European Federation of Inland Ports
  10. 10. RNO The European “Banana” Spain France Italy Germany Denmark United Kingdom Ireland The Netherlands Brussels London Liverpool Leeds Cardiff Belgium Antwerp Switzerland Dublin Barcelona Rome Paris Frankfurt Amsterdam Milan Bern Cologne Bonn Strasbourg Luxembourg Rotterdam Den Hague Stuttgart 010112 Regions with greatest market access 10% surface 50% output Peripheral areas 60% surface 20% output The economic power base of Europe 08-99 Slide courtesy of Port of Antwerp
  11. 11. RNO 2 of the Top 5 World Ports 0 100 200 300 400 Antwerp Hong Kong Shanghai Singapore Rotterdam (International maritime traffic in millions of tonnes 2005)
  12. 12. RNO Main European Ports: Evolution of Market Shares (Total Container Trade) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% H am burg B rem en R otterdam A ntw erp 1986 2004 Slide courtesy of Port of Antwerp
  13. 13. RNOSlide courtesy of Port of Mannheim Inland Waterway Densities (1997)
  14. 14. RNO Overview of COB on Rhine • Wide range of commodities • Along the Rhine Corridor Rhine River System Highest COB densities are on…. 35% mode share 3 Million TEU’s • Most secure mode • Civilian shipments for military • Barge op’s b-hauled empties • S. Germ FF’s b-hauled exports • Full commercial service US military – 1st customer
  15. 15. RNO R’dam’s Inland Container Markets 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 2004 2005 Germany Belgium France Switzerland Number: x Container
  16. 16. RNO Inland Mode Shares at the Port of Rotterdam million tons barge rail pipe road total liquid bulk 49.8 39% 1.61% 63.6 51% 11.69% 126.6 43% dry bulk 77.4 86% 4.15% 0.0 7.9 9% 89.4 30% containers 14.2 33% 6.816% 0.0 22.1 51% 43.1 15% conv. cargo 2.2 6% 1.3 3% 0.0 34.291% 37.7 13% 143.6 13.8 63.6 75.8 296.8 100% 48% 5% 21% 26% 100% Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  17. 17. RNO Mode Shift Tactics • # of Ships calling at port • % of tonnage on waterways Leases for Port Tenants Tactical approach for Rotterdam…. Modal Shift Revenue Potential • # of jobs created Economic Development
  18. 18. RNOSlide courtesy of Ingram Barge Company
  19. 19. RNO 6-barge Push Unit in Long Formation Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  20. 20. RNO Motorship / Push Barge Combination Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  21. 21. RNO A Lifestyle
  22. 22. RNO Innovations in IWT Container Transport Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  23. 23. RNO Innovations in IWT Scale increase Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  24. 24. RNO Largest container barge JOWI (510 TEU) Slide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  25. 25. RNOSlide courtesy of Port of Rotterdam
  26. 26. RNO Port of Mannheim • Rhine-Neckar: European Metropolitan Region • Hinterland Port • 11,310,000 m² Slide courtesy of Port of Mannheim
  27. 27. RNO Throughput Containers (TEU) Port of Mannheim 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Slide courtesy of Port of Mannheim
  28. 28. RNO Manheim Overview • 26 Hours between Manheim and Rotterdam • 800kms, no locks • First containers moved in 1968 • US military’s civilian cargo • Commercial container cargo followed • 24 million people in larger Neckar/Rhine region • Industry – BASF plant largest in world, 37k empl
  29. 29. RNO Container Terminal Mühlau Docks Slide courtesy of Port of Mannheim • 30% of COB arrive/leave by rail (Spain, Switzerland) • On-dock • 500m trains, 20 cars, single stack
  30. 30. RNO Container Terminal Neckar River Slide courtesy of Port of Mannheim • Ship-to-ship transfer • Neckar allows 2-high stacks • Rhine allows 3-high stacks
  31. 31. RNO Manheim Overview • 26 Hours between Manheim and Rotterdam • 800kms, no locks • First containers moved in 1968 • US military’s civilian cargo • Commercial container cargo followed • 24 million people in larger Neckar/Rhine region • Industry – BASF plant largest in world, 37k employees • Typical vessel carries 150-200 boxes • Can carry any kind of cargo • Larger ones are dedicated container barges
  32. 32. RNO Climate Change • 2 meters (6.5 ft) • Lowering water level Inland Water Transport Sustainability Global warming is undermining…. Declining rainfall/snow Optimum draft • 60% of normal load factor Reduce barge efficiencies
  33. 33. RNO The Iron Rhine Slide courtesy of Port of Antwerp
  34. 34. RNO The Danube Network Slide courtesy of European Federation of Inland Ports
  35. 35. RNO Danube in an Enlarged EU Danube Corridor will face (for the next 10 years) annual increase of: • GDP ~ 4 to 5 % • Trade ~ 6 to 7 % • Transport ~ 8 to 9 % (regionally up to 15 %) • Capacity problem of road and rail • Enlargement brought new Member States with inland waterways • Different status of States along the Danube Slide courtesy of Federal Ministry of Transport, Austria
  36. 36. RNO Danube is not the Rhine • 2004 – 450k TEUs • 2006 – 1 mil TEUs • 2010 – 3 mil TEUs • Weaker industrial base • No international gateway Danube Corridor Emerging corridor…. Lack of Economic Densities Port of Constantia • Constantia - Vienna COB is underdevelopment
  37. 37. RNO Austrian Navigation Policy Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  38. 38. RNOSlide courtesy of Federal Ministry of Transport, Austria
  39. 39. RNO • Responsible for developing traffic on Danube • Based in Vienna • Para-state agency
  40. 40. RNO Services of Waterway Development Agencies Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  41. 41. RNO Development Strategy for the Danube 2007 Competitiveness Modal shift Public Relations Informations- services Know how Transfer SEEC Lobbying Infrastructure Upgradeofbottlenecks Modernisationoffleets Portinfrastructure DonauRiverInformationServices Services Improvedservices IntermodalServices Transport-andLogisticsConcepts Onestopshoppublicfunding Innovation&Technology 2007 Competitiveness Modal shiftCompetitiveness Modal shift Public Relations Informations- services Know how Transfer SEEC Lobbying Public Relations Informations- services Know how Transfer SEEC Lobbying Infrastructure Upgradeofbottlenecks Modernisationoffleets Portinfrastructure DonauRiverInformationServices Infrastructure Upgradeofbottlenecks Modernisationoffleets Portinfrastructure DonauRiverInformationServices Services Improvedservices IntermodalServices Transport-andLogisticsConcepts Onestopshoppublicfunding Services Improvedservices IntermodalServices Transport-andLogisticsConcepts Onestopshoppublicfunding Innovation&Technology Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  42. 42. RNO RIS Definition Telematics Systems and Information Services in order to increase the safety and efficiency of inland waterway transport Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  43. 43. RNO Cost of RIS • E255mill estimated • Cost for Danube – E8.5 Mill RIS Project Development Cost 50% Paid by EU DoRIS EU Wide
  44. 44. RNO RIS Concept Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  45. 45. RNO RIS Implementation in EU • RIS in Austria • RIS in Hungary • RIS in Serbia • RIS in Romania Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  46. 46. RNO Key Service 1/4: Inland ECDIS (IENC) Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  47. 47. RNO Key Service 2/4: Tracking and Tracing Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  48. 48. RNO Key Service 3/4: Notices to Skippers Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  49. 49. RNO Key Service 4/4: Electronic Reporting Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  50. 50. RNO Donau River Information Services Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  51. 51. RNO Know How Transfer www.ewit.info Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  52. 52. RNO Know-how Transfer Manual of Danube Navigation Manual on Danube Ports Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  53. 53. RNO Info services Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  54. 54. RNO Blue Pages Directory of transport-related operators on the Danube (October 2006) Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  55. 55. RNO MARCO POLO Programme (2003-2006): To support intermodal services and alternatives to road-only transport until commercial viability • Objective: shift international increase in road freight off the road (12 bill. tkm/year in EU-15) • 2003-2006, budget of 102 M€ • Risk funding, business-driven • All segments of international freight (except air) • Services only; no research, studies or (core) infrastructure Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  56. 56. RNO Marco Polo Award Criteria Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  57. 57. RNO Marco Polo Call for Proposals Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  58. 58. RNO Marco Polo Projects by Mode Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  59. 59. RNO Marco Polo Projects by Action Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  60. 60. RNO Marco Polo: Summary of Progress Slide courtesy of Marco Polo
  61. 61. RNO Integrated Logistics Chain Management Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  62. 62. RNO EUROPEAN SHIPPERS COUNCIL “Focus on reliable, high quality supply chains for industry and trade” Slide courtesy of European Shippers Council
  63. 63. RNOSlide courtesy of European Shippers Council
  64. 64. RNO Conclusions Successful Container on Barge Industrial densities International gateway Short hauls (hours not weeks) Gov’t support/innovations Vessel development • Cost, applicability, speed Supply side has relied on: • Convergence of transportation costs • Internalizing externalities Results in Mode Share Decline
  65. 65. RNO Inter-Related System Slide courtesy of ViaDonau
  66. 66. RNO Thank You

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