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Introduction to
Rickmers-Linie
175 YEARS RICKMERS




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Group Structure




                                                 RICKMERS GROUP
                                RICKME...
The Fleet of Rickmers Group




 75 Container Vessels (13,000 teu – 1100 teu)       Total Fleet 137 vessels
+ 13 Conbulker...
Rickmers-Linie in brief



More than 2.8 million FRT per year (2008)
178 employees worldwide
16 offices all over the world...
The Rickmers-Linie Concept
The concept of RICKMERS-LINIE is to offer liner type services combining reliable, regular
   sa...
Operation, Crewing and Management of our RTW vessels
                             base on in-house competence

           ...
Quality Standards & Certifications


     Rickmers-Linie               Rickmers Reederei

ISO 9001:2008                ISO...
Current fleet of MPP vessels




               MPP Fleet 2009 vs 2008                         MPP Fleet 2009 vs 2008
    ...
Age Structure of Total Fleet


                                        Structure (sizes and age) of the multipurpose fleet...
Age Structure of Fleet > 150 t

                                          Structure (sizes and age) of the heavylift fleet...
Orderbook vs. Vessels over 25 yrs

                                            Comparison
                            Tota...
Medium-term Outlook



•   Worldwide economic stimulus packages worldwide encourage
    projects in the infrastructure and...
Consequences for the HL Shipping Industry



•   Due to increasing amount of projects to be realised in the next years,
  ...
Rickmers-Linie Route Network




Round-The-World Pearl String (eastbound)
Connecting services
Europe to Middle East & Indi...
RICKMERS HAMBURG
The Superflex Heavy MPC Fleet
                                    RICKMERS SHANGHAI
(nine vessels built 2...
Transpacific Services

FORTUNE EPOCH (1995)                                          up to 120 tons
REINA ROSA (1995)     ...
4 x 24,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels

Four vessels ordered from Wuhu Xinlian, China
up to 700 tons lifting capacity




   ...
6 x 19,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels

Six vessels ordered from Tongfang, China
up to 480 tons lifting capacity




        ...
4 x 17,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels

Two vessels ordered from Xinshun, China
up to 300 tons lifting capacity




         ...
Physical Dynamics
Safe Transport



    Lifting

    Bedding

    Lashing



    Ricosys
Rickmers Standard
For Stowage and Securing of Project Cargo

              Guidance to:
              Masters of Rickmers-...
Bedding
            PSL


Permissible Surface Load
Rickmers RTW Vessels
Tweendeck panels : 4 ts per sqm
Tanktop hold 2-4  ...
Bedding
             Foot Print




250 ts/sqm
Bedding
Bedding
Lashing
            Friction


•   wooden dunnage,
    friction coefficient
    wood/steel       > 0,3
•   rubber mats    ...
Cargoes we carry




machinery in cases
Cargoes we carry




                   coils
Cargoes we carry




              steel tubes
Cargoes we carry

splitter tower




                  189 tons / 62 m long / 5.5 m Ø
Cargoes we carry

 Reactor vessel
259 tons • 57 mtrs
Cargoes we carry


gantry cranes
Cargoes we carry

         reactor vessel for
             refineries


             weight:


          583 tons
        ...
Cargoes we carry




    „Kibo“ Experimental
      module for ISS
Cargoes we carry
           transformers
Cargoes we carry

Coke drums
In order to secure access to terminal facilities and favorable
      conditions, RL engages itself as a part-owner in sele...
RICOSYS

Designing
and testing
lashings in
advance
RICOSYS

Designing
and testing
lashings in
advance
Integrated Cargo Securing module
Certified by German Lloyd on 8 November 2005
Stowage planning in 3D
Simulations in 3D




Catamaran
44,20m x 16,60m x 9,90m
200 tons
Providence-Falmouth
Simulations in 3D




Pressure vessel 32,89 x 4,21 x 4,16 m 251 tons
Kobe-Benicia
Rate Inquiries
• Are your inquiries taken seriously? Many
  times a customer will feel he or she is not
  getting the atte...
WHY

• The Forwarder does not provide sufficient
  information for various of reasons.

• Possibly there is for fear that ...
•  Failure to internally pass along the information so
  that by the time the RFQ has gotten down to the
  person sending ...
Vital Information

•   Pieces, weights and dimensions
•   Proper cargo description
•   Stackable / overstowable
•   Type o...
PACKING LIST

                                                                                    Total    Total    Total
...
Address the Envelope

• EXPORT MARKS
• Below information must be on each piece delivered
  for export
• Vessel & Voyage - ...
Player or Poser

• History with the customer
• Poor or lack of information = higher rates,
  more subs, less likely a seri...
Thank you!
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Rickmers-Linie Presentation at the GPLN Global Meeting 2010

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This was delivered by Mr. Ron Sralla, Business Development Manager for Rickmers-Linie (America) Inc. The presentation was given at the Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN) global meeting in Rio de Janeiro.

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  1. 1. Introduction to Rickmers-Linie
  2. 2. 175 YEARS RICKMERS 2
  3. 3. Group Structure RICKMERS GROUP RICKMERS HOLDING PACIFIC HOLDINGS Shipowning Liner Shipping Services Investments Shipmanagement / Crewing Rickmers Reederei RICKMERS-LINIE Expert Shipping Rickmers Immobilien Global Management (Cyprus) (Real Estate) Island Marine Services Rickmers-Linie MCC Marine POLARIS (Isle of Man) Belgium ATLANTIC (80%) Arctic Shipping EVT Rickmers Shipmanagement (Singapore) Rickmers-Linie America Harper Petersen Rickmers Marine Agency (50%) Rickmers Japan German Lashing Rickmers Korea (17%) Introduction Rickmers Group Slide 3
  4. 4. The Fleet of Rickmers Group 75 Container Vessels (13,000 teu – 1100 teu) Total Fleet 137 vessels + 13 Conbulkers Total Capacity: + 2 Bulk Carriers more than 5.300.000 dwt + 9 Multipurpose Vessels (Superflex) more than 389.000 TEU + MPP / BULK + 1 Car Carrier Staff: = 100 Vessels in service (plus 9 RL charter) more than 2750 crew onboard + 37 vessels on order/under construction more than 250 employees ashore 4
  5. 5. Rickmers-Linie in brief More than 2.8 million FRT per year (2008) 178 employees worldwide 16 offices all over the world 13 specialised vessels in permanent operation plus T.B.N.s on request Four permanent liner services, connecting the business areas of the world, and special sailings on demand
  6. 6. The Rickmers-Linie Concept The concept of RICKMERS-LINIE is to offer liner type services combining reliable, regular sailings with specialised ships and highly skilled and competent shipping experts high Heavy-Lift Carrier (Tramp) Specialisation (Liner) Bulkcarrier Containercarrier (Tramp) (Liner) low low Schedule reliability high
  7. 7. Operation, Crewing and Management of our RTW vessels base on in-house competence RICKMERS-LINIE Vessel Owner & Charterer Line Management Stowage Planning Cargo Consulting Marketing Agencies & Offices Booking & Documentation Rickmers Reederei Global Management Crewing (Officers) Crewing Agencies Technical Management Vessel insurance Newbuilding Dept. Crew Trainings Crew Trainings
  8. 8. Quality Standards & Certifications Rickmers-Linie Rickmers Reederei ISO 9001:2008 ISO 14001 (being implemented) ISO 14001:2004 ISM OHSAS 18001:2007 ISPS SOLAS RICKIPEDIA MARPOL Crewing Policy Rickmers Standard for Lashing and Securing of Project Cargo „RicLash“-Module certified by GL
  9. 9. Current fleet of MPP vessels MPP Fleet 2009 vs 2008 MPP Fleet 2009 vs 2008 (number of ships) (Million dwt) 36,9 36,5 5000 4.046 3.916 40 4000 30 3000 2000 20 1000 256 243 10 3,6 3,4 0 2009 2008 0 2009 2008 Total Fleet Fleet >150t Total Fleet Fleet >150t Source: Clarksons April 2009
  10. 10. Age Structure of Total Fleet Structure (sizes and age) of the multipurpose fleet 20,0% 19% 19% 37% of the total fleet 18% 18,0% is 25 yrs and older 16,0% 48% is 20 yrs and % Capacity of the fleet (dwt) 14,0% older 12% 13% 12,0% 11% Age group of vessels 10,0% between 0-4 yrs is 8% dominated by large 8,0% units. 6,0% 4,0% 2,0% 0,0% 30+ 25-29 20-24 15-19 10-14 5-9 0-4 Age groups (years) 0-4999 5000-9999 10000-14999 15000-19999 20000-24999 25000+ Source: Clarksons April 2009
  11. 11. Age Structure of Fleet > 150 t Structure (sizes and age) of the heavylift fleet (> 150t) 34% of the heavylift 30,0% 28% vessels are 25 yrs and older 25,0% % Capacity of the fleet (dwt) 41 % of the heavylift 19% 20,0% 19% vessels are 20 yrs and 15% older 15,0% The age group 0-4 10,0% 9% yrs is dominated by 7% vessels with 10000- 5,0% 3% 14999dwt) 0,0% 30+ 25-29 20-24 15-19 10-14 5-9 0-4 Age groups (years) 0-4999 5000-9999 10000-14999 15000-19999 20000-24999 25000+ Source: Clarksons April 2009
  12. 12. Orderbook vs. Vessels over 25 yrs Comparison Total MPP fleet vs. Heavylift vessels (>150t ) with portion of vessels over 25yrs and orderbook (dwt) Total orderbook is 27% of total fleet, orderbook >150t 40.000.000 36.948.015 is 70% of the heavylift fleet 35.000.000 Deliveries until 2012+ only cover 74% of the overaged 30.000.000 tonnage (25+) 25.000.000 In the heavylift segment Capacity in dwt newbuildings make up 20.000.000 206% of the overaged 13.514.698 tonnage. 15.000.000 9.948.480 Even after replacement of 10.000.000 25yrs old vessels the Heavy 3.566.839 2.505.143 Lift fleet will grow by 36%. 5.000.000 1.214.813 0 ? Total 25 years + Delivery 2009-2012+ But: Will all these new MPP Fleet Heavylift fleet >150t vessels be delivered Source: Clarksons April 2009
  13. 13. Medium-term Outlook • Worldwide economic stimulus packages worldwide encourage projects in the infrastructure and energy sectors. • Wind power benefits from the increased demand for renewable power supply. • Upswing in the modernisation and construction of power plants. • Investments in the oil and gas sector are going to increase.
  14. 14. Consequences for the HL Shipping Industry • Due to increasing amount of projects to be realised in the next years, demand for the transportation of project cargoes will grow. • Bunker prices are expected to increase and stay on a relatively high level. • Investments into new tonnage require higher rates. Therefore we expect that transportation costs of project cargoes and heavy lifts will increase!
  15. 15. Rickmers-Linie Route Network Round-The-World Pearl String (eastbound) Connecting services Europe to Middle East & India & vv. America to Asia westbound
  16. 16. RICKMERS HAMBURG The Superflex Heavy MPC Fleet RICKMERS SHANGHAI (nine vessels built 2002-2004) RICKMERS SINGAPORE RICKMERS TOKYO RICKMERS NEW ORLEANS RICKMERS JAKARTA RICKMERS SEOUL RICKMERS ANTWERP RICKMERS DALIAN 30.000 dwt 2x 320 to cranes, combinable to 640 to 19,5 knots flexible tweendecks
  17. 17. Transpacific Services FORTUNE EPOCH (1995) up to 120 tons REINA ROSA (1995) lifting capacity MILENNIUM FALCON (1996)* DEL SOL (1998) 11.000 dwt RoRo Ramp Bale capacity approx. 23.000 cbm * will be replaced by BRIGHT STATE (built 1997)
  18. 18. 4 x 24,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels Four vessels ordered from Wuhu Xinlian, China up to 700 tons lifting capacity 24,000 dwt – 2 x 350 to cranes combinable to lift 700 tons, plus one 100 tons crane Length 175 m – Breadth 26,5 m Speed 18 knots
  19. 19. 6 x 19,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels Six vessels ordered from Tongfang, China up to 480 tons lifting capacity 19,000 dwt – 2 x 240 to crane combinable to lift 480 tons Length 148 m – Breadth 23.4 m Adjustable tweendecks – Speed 16 knots
  20. 20. 4 x 17,000 dwt Multipurpose vessels Two vessels ordered from Xinshun, China up to 300 tons lifting capacity 17,000 dwt – 2 x 150 to cranes combinable to lift 300 tons plus one 80 tons crane Length 144 m – Breadth 22.8 m Speed 16 knots
  21. 21. Physical Dynamics
  22. 22. Safe Transport Lifting Bedding Lashing Ricosys
  23. 23. Rickmers Standard For Stowage and Securing of Project Cargo Guidance to: Masters of Rickmers-Linie vessels Supercargoes Stevedores Agencies Valuable Guideline for: Shippers Manufacturers
  24. 24. Bedding PSL Permissible Surface Load Rickmers RTW Vessels Tweendeck panels : 4 ts per sqm Tanktop hold 2-4 : 22 ts per sqm Tanktop hold 1+5 : 13,75 ts per sqm
  25. 25. Bedding Foot Print 250 ts/sqm
  26. 26. Bedding
  27. 27. Bedding
  28. 28. Lashing Friction • wooden dunnage, friction coefficient wood/steel > 0,3 • rubber mats > 0,7 For safety reasons RL counts 0,3 on rubber mats
  29. 29. Cargoes we carry machinery in cases
  30. 30. Cargoes we carry coils
  31. 31. Cargoes we carry steel tubes
  32. 32. Cargoes we carry splitter tower 189 tons / 62 m long / 5.5 m Ø
  33. 33. Cargoes we carry Reactor vessel 259 tons • 57 mtrs
  34. 34. Cargoes we carry gantry cranes
  35. 35. Cargoes we carry reactor vessel for refineries weight: 583 tons dimension: 31.0 x 4.26 x 4.7 m
  36. 36. Cargoes we carry „Kibo“ Experimental module for ISS
  37. 37. Cargoes we carry transformers
  38. 38. Cargoes we carry Coke drums
  39. 39. In order to secure access to terminal facilities and favorable conditions, RL engages itself as a part-owner in selected breakbulk terminals Hamburg • Wallmann & Co. Antwerp • DP World Breakbulk
  40. 40. RICOSYS Designing and testing lashings in advance
  41. 41. RICOSYS Designing and testing lashings in advance
  42. 42. Integrated Cargo Securing module Certified by German Lloyd on 8 November 2005
  43. 43. Stowage planning in 3D
  44. 44. Simulations in 3D Catamaran 44,20m x 16,60m x 9,90m 200 tons Providence-Falmouth
  45. 45. Simulations in 3D Pressure vessel 32,89 x 4,21 x 4,16 m 251 tons Kobe-Benicia
  46. 46. Rate Inquiries • Are your inquiries taken seriously? Many times a customer will feel he or she is not getting the attention they should receive.
  47. 47. WHY • The Forwarder does not provide sufficient information for various of reasons. • Possibly there is for fear that the carrier will • contact their client directly and cut them out of the deal. • Failure to ask the proper questions from their client. Either lack of experience or: • Fear that they may upset the customer by asking too many questions.
  48. 48. • Failure to internally pass along the information so that by the time the RFQ has gotten down to the person sending it out, pertinent information may be omitted. • Vital technical information unknown by carrier which later could change the rate. Results are a poor presentation of the material to be shipped: incorrect P/L, no shipment window, no description= a perception of minimal interest on the forwarders part.
  49. 49. Vital Information • Pieces, weights and dimensions • Proper cargo description • Stackable / overstowable • Type of packaging • Under deck or on deck option • Time of shipment • Preferred load / discharge ports • Project name
  50. 50. PACKING LIST Total Total Total M M Re Description # Kilos L CM W CM H CM CBM M/T M3 3 T v. Turntable / cab 3 28123 645 594 404 154.86 28.12 154.86 464.59 84.37 464.59 Boom Insert 1 4952 1219 297 244 88.35 4.95 88.35 88.35 4.952 88.35 Engine House 1 13617 427 366 445 69.38 13.62 69.38 69.38 13.62 69.38 Gantry 1 17264 1483 305 429 194.08 17.26 194.08 194.08 17.26 194.08 Total 6 816.39 120.2 816.39
  51. 51. Address the Envelope • EXPORT MARKS • Below information must be on each piece delivered for export • Vessel & Voyage - optional • Booking Number • Lifting Points • H/L - Center of gravity • Measurements & Weight • Port of origin • Port of Discharge • Consignee:
  52. 52. Player or Poser • History with the customer • Poor or lack of information = higher rates, more subs, less likely a serious shipment • Detailed information = serious shipment – Current correct PL – Narrow “Prompt” window – Details on domestic logistics they are arranging – Willingness or readiness to book the cargo – Ability to make a decision- some control
  53. 53. Thank you!
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