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Trade and Logistics-Phase II Steering Committee Webinar Presentation (December 7, 2012)

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  • Background slide as needed …Introduce the Florida Chamber Foundation to groups that may not be familiar with the FoundationHighlight the importance of the partnership between the Foundation and FDOTRecognize the study partnersReview study objectives
  • The study examined many different trade opportunities for Florida, and identified three broad opportunities for the state, as shown here.Capture larger share of Asian imports to Florida through Florida seaportsExpand Florida origin exports Expand Florida’s role as a global trade hub serving other states and nationsOur report next week will describe each opportunity in detail, and identify the economic impacts if we are successful in each area.
  • The report identifies direct trade opportunities which could create up to 32,000 jobs in transportation, warehousing and related logistics activities – includes jobs involved in moving freight (airports, seaports, rail, trucking), storing freight, and serving those industries (e.g., customs brokers)Even more important – what can we add to our economy because we are moving more trade – for example, if we double exports of Florida goods, and double the amount of “discretionary cargo” destined for other states but handled through Florida - -and make sure we add value to each shipment of freight passing through the state. If we seize this broader opportunity, we are looking at up to 111,000 jobs in sectors like advanced manufacturing, final assembly, supply chain management, related services.Additional impacts$21.5 billion in business sales, $ 7.9 billion in personal income, $723 million in state and local tax revenues.
  • Achieving this vision will require critical near term action in the following areas:Support the leadership of the Governor as Florida’s economic development officer and trade ambassador to market Florida as a trade and logistics hub and to attract business investment to the state.Expedite plans to create at least one seaport with 50 feet of channel depth and with an on dock or near dock rail connection by 2014, the scheduled completion of the Panama Canal expansion. This seaport would be able to serve as a first port of call for the largest container ships using the Panama Canal. The investment should be coordinated with a focused trade mission to help Florida pursue first call services from Asian container lines, as well as strategic investments in international distribution centers.Identify global trade and logistics as a statewide targeted industry and a focus area for Enterprise Florida, Workforce Florida, the Florida Department of Transportation, and other state agencies. The state must strengthen existing marketing, incentives, and support services to meet the needs of this cluster.Continue efforts to double the value of Florida origin exports over the next five years by pursuing opportunities to place Florida goods in the many containers and other vehicles which currently enter Florida full and leave empty.
  • Identify investments needed to maintain and expand Miami International Airport’s role as a global hub, as well as the potential benefits of creating a second tier air cargo hub elsewhere in Florida.Advance planning for an integrated statewide network of trade gateways, logistics centers, and transportation corridors through Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System. Provide sufficient and reliable funding for future state investments in Florida’s trade, transportation, and economic development systems.

Trade and Logistics presentation (Dec 7 2012) Trade and Logistics presentation (Dec 7 2012) Presentation Transcript

  • Steering CommitteeDecember 7, 2012
  • Agenda• Welcome and Introductions Doug Davidson, Bank of America Dr. Dale A. Brill, Florida Chamber Foundation• T&L 1.0 Starting Point John Kaliski, Cambridge Systematics• T&L 2.0 Study Approach John Kaliski and Evan Enarson-Hering• Issues and Opportunities Discussion• Steering Committees Discussion• Next Steps Doug Davidson 2
  • Trade and Logistics 1.0• Documented existing domestic and international trade flows• Estimated future domestic and international trade flows• Identified opportunities for Florida to compete globally• Recommended strategies to pursue most attractive opportunities 4
  • Future Trade Opportunities Capture larger share of Asian imports Expand Florida-origin exportsExpand Florida’s role as a global trade hub 5
  • Potential Impacts• Jobs – Transportation and logistics impacts: up to 32,000 jobs – Advanced manufacturing and supply chain impacts: up to 11,000 jobs• $21.5 billion in business sales• $7.9 billion in personal income• $723 million in state and local tax revenues 6
  • How Do We Get There? 7 Critical Actions1. Support Governor’s leadership as Florida’s economic development officer2. Expedite plans to create at least one “first port of call”3. Identify global trade and logistics as statewide targeted industry4. Continue efforts to double value of Florida origin exports 7
  • How Do We Get There? 7 Critical Actions5. Maintain/expand Miami’s role as a global air cargo hub; identify potential for additional air cargo hubs in Florida6. Develop integrated statewide network of trade gateways, logistics centers, and freight corridors (Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System)7. Provide sufficient and reliable funding for future state investments in trade, transportation, economic development 8
  • Implementation to Date• Governor’s leadership• Legislative action – HB 279, 2011: Add global trade/logistics to Florida’s Qualified Targeted Industries; expand incentives – HB 283, 2011: Eliminate duplication in seaport security requirements – HB 399, 2011: Add requirements for FDOT to address global trade and logistics opportunities – HB 599, 2012: Require FDOT to create Florida Freight Mobility and Trade Plan; targeted funding for strategic seaports and integrated logistics center investments 9
  • Implementation to Date• Agency actions – Enterprise Florida: New targeted industry cluster – Workforce Florida: Career Academies; Quick Response Training – Department of Economic Opportunity: Strategic Plan for Economic Development – FDOT: Office of Freight, Logistics and Passenger Operations 10
  • Implementation to Date• Public and private investments – Seaport capacity and intermodal connectivity – Intermodal logistics centers – Strategic Intermodal System• Long-range strategic planning – Florida Freight Mobility & Trade Plan – Regional freight initiatives – Future Corridors initiative 11
  • T&L 2.0 Major Objectives• Build on 1.0; identify specific opportunities for Florida to become a global hub for trade, logistics, and export-oriented manufacturing• Develop implementation plan including specific policy changes and investments• Continue to build consensus among public and private partners 13
  • T&L 2.0 Key Issues• How do we maximize value of recent/upcoming investments in trade gateways?• How do we expand our global hub role to include – International distribution (especially intermodal logistics centers)? – Export-oriented manufacturing ?• Where do we need to invest in our trade infrastructure and services?• How do we prepare our workforce to be globally competitive? 14
  • T&L 2.0 Milestones• Establish Study Review Committee – Winter 2012• Data collection and analysis – Spring 2013• Assess alternative strategies; identify priorities – Spring 2013• Develop recommendations – Summer 2013• Final report – Summer 2013 15
  • Coordination with Parallel Efforts• Recent input – DEO Strategic Plan Regional Forums – FCC International Town Halls – FDOT freight listening sessions/CEO summit and business forums – EFI Competitiveness Study – Future of Forum 2012 input session• Ongoing efforts – FDOT Freight Mobility and Trade Plan – DEO Strategic Plan implementation – WFI Target Industry Cluster Task Force – SixPIllarsTM Strategic Plan 16
  • Coordination with Parallel Efforts• Major / Milestone Events – FDOT/FCF Transportation Summit – February 11 – Capitol Days - March 6-8 – International Days - April 2-3 – Greater Miami Chamber Logistics and Trade Conference - May 17 17
  • Steering Committee Role• Ensure study objectives are met by providing input and reviewing products• Assist Foundation staff and research team in outreach and communication to your constituencies• Build consensus on recommendations that support the statewide vision of becoming a global hub 19
  • Steering Committee Current Members Michelle Dennard (DEO)  Mary Lou Rajchel (Florida Frank DiBello (Space Florida) Trucking Association) Chris Hart IV (WFI)  Mark Morton / Terry Dolan (Lykes) Bill Perry (Gunster)  Malcolm “Bubba” Wade / Duncan Todd Powell (Plum Creek) MacDonald (U.S. Sugar)  Doug Wheeler (Florida Ports Council) Invited Clayton Hollis (Publix)  Others? Bob OMalley (CSX) Manny Mencia (EFI) Jose Abreu (Miami-Dade Aviation) 20
  • Steering Committee Liaisons Richard Biter (FDOT) Meredith Dahlrose (FDOT) Juan Flores (FDOT) Staff Contacts Conesta Woodard, Chamber  John Kaliski, Cambridge Foundation Systematics  cwoodard@flfoundation.org  jkaliski@camsys.com  Evan Enarson-Hering  eenarsonhering@camsys.com 21
  • Steering Committee• Additional committee members?• Potential investors?• Next meeting date? – Friday, January 18, 2013 22