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    • External logistics in ArcelorMittal Gent May 12 - 2009 David De Rocker
    • Agenda • General logistic view on the site AM Gent • Inbound (raw material) flows • Outbound steel flows • Specific project examples 1
    • Arcelor Gent: maritime integrated steel company kanaal Gent - Terneuzen kaai GRONDSTOFFEN prv milieu centr. magazijn kolenpark toeslagpark bur. HOO- STL centr. werkplaats centr. werkpl. ertspark bur. WWA COKESFABRIEK HOOGOVENS cont. giet.2 warmband WARMWALSERIJ bur. COO plakkenpark mengbed beitserij STAALFABRIEK cont. giet.1 TTS post 150 kV nevenproducten stapelgloeierij Galtec bur. KWA sinterfabrieken continu- gloeierij hardingswalserijen RBV Sidgal2 KOUDWALSERIJ Railway Sidgal3 knipbanen verzending connection DecoSteel Tailor Steel OCAS administratie gebouw opleiding J. Kenn edyla veiligheid Inbound Outbound an Warehouse quay quay Rail & road connection 2
    • Maritime integrated steelworks Cold rolling mill, Cold rolling mill, coating and blanks coating and blanks Hot strip mill Hot strip mill Blast furnaces Blast furnaces Steel shop Steel shop Sinter plants Sinter plants Coking plant Coking plant Raw material storage Raw material storage 3 3 3
    • Chartered volumes all modes 2008 • Incoming flows oriented towards maritime and inland waterways • Outbound flows have more balanced modal split 5
    • External Transport organization within AM Gent AM Gent Internal AM Gent AM Gent Transport Customer Raw material and harbour service users AM Shipping Purchasing AM Sourcing Land Logistics 6
    • Agenda • General logistic view on the site AM Gent • Inbound (raw material) flows • Outbound steel flows • Specific project examples 7
    • Seaborne cargo traffic 2008 Loading ports iron ore, coal & coke COAL SHIPMENTS 2008 ORIGINE VOLUME (MT) Dalrymple Bay 705.823 Fos 21.019 Gladstone 596.632 Narvik Hampton Roads 563.211 Hay Point 214.325 H.Point+Glad. 92.158 Maracaibo 48.521 Mobile 139.676 Robert’s Bank Murmansk 107.338 Port Cartier Pittsburgh 55.570 Port Kembla 49.011 Puerta Bolivar 71.315 Mobile Hampton roads Long Beach Richards Bay 72.092 Nouadhibou Xingang 163.519 TOTAL 2.900.211 Puerto Ordaz Mormugao ORE SHIPMENTS 2008 Punta de Madeira ORIGINE VOLUME (MT) Hampton Roads 65.821 Ilha Guaiba 1.478.724 Tubarao Hay Point Itaguai 330.296 Dalrymple Bay Ilha Guaiba Mobile 70.740 Gladstone Nouadhibou 431.633 Nueva Palmira Richard’s Bay PDM 1.649.330 Saldanha Bay Point Ubu 148.222 Port Cartier 136.893 Port Kembla COKE SHIPMENTS 2008 Puerto Ordaz 714.114 ORIGINE VOLUME (MT) Quebec 209.807 Fos 19.817 Saldanha Bay 117.203 Szczecin 43.604 Tubarao 1.095.484 TOTAL 63.421 TOTAL 6.448.267 8
    • Largest shipper Gent Sea Port 2008 Canal Gent-Terneuzen: accessible for PANAMAX vessels (Dead weight capacity ≤ 85 000 t) Test phase for Post-PANAMAX vessels up to 93.000 DWT Max. dimensions: length: 265 m width: 34 m draught: 12,5 m ArcelorMittal Gent quay: – Length: 1 050 m – Max draught: 13,5 m – Max DWT: 65 000 t TOTAL INBOUND TOTAL OUTBOUND ArcelorMittal Gent ArcelorMittal Gent 7,2 Mt/yr 1,7 Mt/yr Other Other 21.2 Mt/yr 5.8 Mt/yr TOTAL MARITIME TRAFFIC 27.0 Mt/yr (sea going vessels) ArcelorMittal Gent 8.9 Mt/yr (= 33 % of total sea traffic in volume) 9 9
    • Lightening at Terneuzen Roads Average draught in Terneuzen Roads: 14.0 m Average draught in Terneuzen Roads: 14.0 m Lightening to a draught of 12.5 m Lightening to a draught of 12.5 m ( = direct transshipment from Pamanax into barge) ( = direct transshipment from Pamanax into barge) Average lightened tonnage per vessel: 10000 à 14000 tt Average lightened tonnage per vessel: 10000 à 14000 (max. 3000 tt per barge 4 à 5 barges per vessel) (max. 3000 per barge 4 à 5 barges per vessel) Year volume: Year volume: about 1,04 million ton (coal and ore) about 1,04 million ton (coal and ore) 10
    • Max. capacity of dry bulk vessel per port Port of import Gijon Taranto Fos-sur-Mer Ijmuiden Immingham Port Talbot Teesside Dunkerque Gent Bremen 0 50.000 100.000 150.000 200.000 250.000 Capacity Panamax or smaller (in ton) Capesize 11 Source: Policy Research Corporation
    • Post Panamax M/V ALAM PERMAI •First Post-Panamax vessel in Port of Ghent (M/V Alam Permai, 20/11/08) •83.4 kton ore from Brasil •Extra cargo capacity of 10 to 20 kton compared to regular Panamax •P-PMX vessels increase the competitiveness of AM Gent towards other Maritime mills due to decrease in transport costs. •The first two tests were positive, after third positive test the authorities will give final approval. 12
    • AM Gent bulk Quay side • AM Gent bulk quay in own hands: – Total length of Bulk quay: 650 m – 2 gantry cranes (32 ton) – 1 Jib-crane: hoisting capacity 12 ton 14
    • Lalosika – harbour planning tool 15
    • Conveyor belts and stackers / reclaimers to get raw materials into stock yards 16
    • Overview of raw material stock yards connected by conveyor belt stacker / reclaimers 17
    • Agenda • General logistic view on the site AM Gent • Inbound (raw material) flows • Outbound steel flows • Specific project examples 18
    • Chartered outbound steel shipments by AM Gent - 2008 19
    • Steel terminal Infrastructure • 3 Harbour Cranes : 2 Double boom crane and 1 Gottwald crance • 3 x 450 m tracks under crane reach, 6 x 180 m stock tracks alongside • 180 internal wagons for coil transport and intermediate storage • Variety of spreaders, beams, slings, … 20
    • Seaborne cargo traffic 2008 Outbound steel products flow • Total number of vessels loaded in 2008 equals 382 • Size varies between 1500 Ton and 25.000 Ton 21
    • Inland waterways • Total number of barges loaded in 2008 amount to 558 • Barge size varies from 300 Ton up to 3000 Ton 22
    • Geographical location of ArcelorMittal Gent and link to its inland water customers 23
    • Rail transport – internal shunting yard linked to electronic follow-up tools on site 24
    • Outbound rail flows • Dedicated railway cars • Mix of company trains and Single wagons – ‘double’ traction train to downstream EGL in Genk – Multi-client trains to Germany and France – Single wagons to others 25
    • Outbound Road transport – connected to the European highway netwerk 2 days Gent in Europa Gent 1 day E17 E40 26
    • Truck loading automation 27
    • Specific material for safety reasons 28
    • Agenda • General logistic view on the site AM Gent • Inbound (raw material) flows • Outbound steel flows • Specific project examples 29
    • ArcelorMittal Gent / Lorraine terminal DFDS Gent Maritime route via DFDS Tor Line Covered transshipment Gent By ecocombi to customer Sea transport on cassette via DFDS Tor Line ships Gent –Göteborg 30 Covered transshipment Göteborg
    • Flow consolidation to the UK • Past situation UK: – 5 different mills delivering to 9 different ports for serving 5 customer regions in UK. – No Co-ordination – Competition between the mills Bremen Seaham Nissan Hull Gunnes Manchester Immingham Liverpool Gent • Current strategy UK: – 5 different mills delivering to Boston 6 different ports for serving Liege P.Sutton bridge 5 customer regions in UK. W-Midlands – Gent as hub for inland mills – Co-ordination between the mills and further relocation BMW of product specifications. Northfleet Newport London Atlantique scope Aviles Poole 31
    • Steel shipments to Italy – multimodal solution since 30 years 32
    • Containers for steel export TERMINALS TERMINALS STUFFING WAREHOUSE STUFFING ANTWERP WAREHOUSE AM GENT Old route FOB Antwerp New route FOB Stuffed Antwerp 33
    • Thank you for your attention 34