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M&L Refrigerated Rail Terminal Port Stockton
 

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Cold Chain Compliant Rail Transload at the Port of Stockton

Cold Chain Compliant Rail Transload at the Port of Stockton
M-580 Barge Container - Overweight Corridor
Deep Water - Rail - 3PL, PRW - Blast Freezers - Variable Temp

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    • M&L Refrigerated Terminal, Inc. Full Service „State-of-the-Art‟ Public Refrigerated WarehouseRail / Truck Transload Terminal On Overweight Container Barge Corridor Fuel Cell Power Generation Port of Stockton, California, USA Lineage Logistics, LLC Formerly Castle & Cooke Cold Storage
    • Management Team• M&L Commodities, Inc., • Lineage Logistics, Developer & Owner Operator – Involved in international trade – Third largest refrigerated storage for the past 35 years company in North America – Southwest Hide Company, one – Founded through the of America‟s largest dealer and combination of five premier, temperature-controlled processors of Hides. warehousing companies, some of – Recipient of the President‟s “E” whose roots date back to the Award for excellence in export early 1900 – Solid experience in designing, – Has a footprint of 12 million building, and operating large- square feet and 240 million cubic scale international projects feet of refrigerated storage capacity – Employs the latest technologies and the best talents to create • www.lineagelogistics.com world class teams that run deep with experience and proven track records of success
    • Port of StocktonStrategic Central California Location • Located in the heart of the agricultural San Joaquin Valley which produces 12.8% of United States agricultural production (as measured by dollar value). • The major West Coast US focal point for regional, national, and international distribution and logistical services. • Approximately $6 Billion in U.S. agricultural products exported through Port of Oakland Customs District annually. • The Port is situated in the hub of four major freeways, two transcontinental railroads, and on an international waterway. • Ability to reach 18 million people in 3 ½ hours and 40 million people in 10 hours. • Provides ‘bypass’ of the congestion in other West Coast ports for destination points worldwide.
    • Port of Stockton West Coast 4th largest port by tonnage Container Barge Terminal Berths 9 & 10 for reefer ships M&L facilities: Refrigerated Terminal Complex Phases #1 through #4 Fuel Cell Power GenerationUP/BNSF rail via own CCT shortline Interstate 5
    • M&L Refrigerated Terminal– Phasing PlanFuture Phase #1: Phase #2:Phases: In operation Completion#3 & #4 3rd Quarter 2013
    • M&L Refrigerated Phases I through IVTerminal:4 Initial Phases20 Acres ofleased land125,000-160,000sq/ft per phaseFrozen and Cold StorageFuel Cell PowerGenerationPreferential Berths 9 & 10for palletized andcontainerizedloading to reefer-vessels
    • Phase I: Existing PRW Facilities State-of-the-Art 140,000 square feet  Container dispatch via Stockton - Oakland Container 5 million cubic feet, completed April 2009 Barge Shuttle in 2nd quarter 2012 17,000 fully racked pallet positions 384 pallet positions available for blast freezing  BNSF & UP rail service supplying the need to trans- Deep Chill, Slacking, Tempering load products from rail to truck or rail to container on barge 100% racked and sprinklered storage Enclosed refrigerated 60-foot dock  Provisions for loading and unloading of break-bulk 24 dock doors chilled and frozen products to/from ships at the 15,000 dry pallet positions adjacent Berth 9 and 10 USDA import and export approved  HACCP / Cold Chain Compliant RF Scanning and Real Time Inventory Control Product tracking and product recallcapabilities EDI capabilities Inventory access via Internet Fully monitored & alarmed for burglary, fire High-low temperature and ammonia detection Repack/Inspection dock available for use Full service freight consolidation (LTL) and(FTL) transportation management Container drayage services to and from theBay Area container port terminals
    • On Dock Refrigerated Rail Terminal
    • Expedited Rail Service from/to Mid West USSignificant revitalization is taking place in rail transport of refrigerated products The facility is served by both Union Pacific (UP) and BN Santa Fe Railroads (BNSF). Expedited Rail Service. BNSF offer four (4) day service to Chicago, Illinois from the Port of Stockton, bypassing over- crowded Bay Area rail networks. UP offers coast to coast expedited service in 5 days with twice a week delivery through the “Rail-Ex” program. Intermodal Facilities. Adjoining UP Lathrop and BNSF Mariposa Intermodal facilities located within 5 miles of port and major interstate networks. Transload. Bulk rail and medium haul trucking into the facility for trans-loading to containers will facilitate increased import/export volumes and the ever increasing problems of sourcing empty reefer containers in the interior. Dockside Refrigerated Rail Facility. Key additional services, increasing volume for reefer cargoes routed by rail for longer distances. Cost effective moves. Expansive 60 foot shipping dock connected to rail dock for quick turns of rail trans- loaded product into overweight containers. Overweights. Ability to overweight containers using the Green Trade Corridor Marine Highway Container-on-Barge service to/from the Port of Oakland in 3rd quarter 2012.
    • Strategic Goods Movement Transportation EfficiencyThe Port of Stockton location is an important new point of service to markets in California, the Pacific Northwest, the Mid West US and Canada for domestic and international movements utilizing sea, rail, truck, and barge. Port of Stockton as the End-to-End Solution, bypassing congestion at other West Coast Ports Optimum utilization of the new M-580 Marine Highway container shuttle service Eliminating major volume transit of refrigerated containers and trailers along Highway 580 and connected transport routes. M-580 Marine Highway DOT Tiger Grant Recipient. Road access for trucks directly off Highways 5 and 99 into the port terminal No waiting time in port gate queuing (as in Ports of Oakland and LA/LB) Shorter road transport time from production facilities to Stockton Facility for exports; this is increasing truckers‟ trips per day Conventional reefer vessels direct calls; added containers on deck for total ship capacity
    • California Green Trade Corridor M-580 Marine Highway M&L RefrigeratedTerminal will benefit from M-580: •The M-580 Corridor includes the San Joaquin River, Sacramento River, and connecting commercial navigation channels, and the Port of Stockton/Central California to the Port of Oakland. It connects to the M-580 Corridor at Oakland. •Container shuttle barge service between the Ports of Stockton and Oakland starting 2q 2012. • On-dock capability to inspect trans- load imported freight containers to rail or truck. •Rail trans loading capabilities and services providing containerization of over-weights. •Eliminates major volume transit of refrigerated containers and trailers from highway routes, reducing road congestion, pollution, and transit time.
    • 8 Times More Efficient than Truck3 Times More Efficient than Truck Miles
    • Port of West California Agricultural Goods Sacramento Movement Strategic Plan Port ofOakland I-5 / 99 Central – Truck Corridor BNSF Valley – -- Barge Corridor Corridor -- Rail Yards CCT Intermodal Centers Port of Stockton UPRR Economic Revitalization Zone Free Trade & Economic Development Zone I-5 99 Split Lancaster Port of LA LB
    • Targeted Industry Sectors• Exports to Asia and India: • Intermodal Distribution – National Frozen & Refrigerated Retailers/Food Manufacturers – San Joaquin Valley Growers – San Joaquin Valley Growers – Fruit & Vegetable Processors – Meat Packers – Poultry Processors – Refrigerated Dairy Processors• Direct Import to Valley and US Interior• Pacific Northwest, West, and Mid West distribution points from South America and major Asian Ports – Frozen Australian and New Zealand beef/lamb for processing & distribution – Frozen Seafood for processing & distribution – Southern Pacific Rim fruits; winter season – Large Domestic Retail/Wholesale Channels
    • International Gateway Import & Export Infrastructure Unparalleled Cold Chain. On-dock state-of-the-art green disinfestation chambered facility. Continuouscold chain to Cold Storage and Distribution Eco-friendly reduced carbon footprint due to lower truck miles, Fuel Cell Radio frequency and othergreen technology and procedures. Refrigerated Rail Trans-load Facility on dock to handle expedited refrigerated service to and from theMid-West, served by both BNSF and Union Pacific On-dock Import & Export Services with Customs and Border Protection and USDA offices on site, insecure Homeland Security area Strategic Transportation Efficiency. Future Expedited Rail ServiceBreak bulk and Containerized Cargo Capabilities Priority Berthing for Refrigerated Ships, Quick Ship Turns, No Congestion
    • TARGETED MARKETS PRIMARILY PACIFIC RIM, SE ASIA AND INDIA PARTICULAR FOCUS TOWARDS CHINA’S TIER (I) & TIER (II) CITIES BELOW Central West Corridor Yangtze Delta Region
    • Environmentally ConsciousM&L‟s „state-of-the-art‟ facility incorporates:• Efficient & Environmentally Clean Electrical Power Using Fuel Cell Technology – Self-generating High-quality base load electrical power using natural gas – Fulfills 95% of the facility‟s requirements on site – Delivery of excess power back onto PG&E distribution grid• Tier 1 Logistic Emissions policies• Reduction of Emissions and Road Congestion• Logistic Efficiency by Rail & Container-on-Barge• Direct Ship Loading
    • On-dock Public Refrigerated Warehouse Terminal Complex As fully built-out through all four (4) phasesContact:Michael GirdnerM&L RefrigeratedTerminal, Inc. Port Facility DirectPort of Stockton, California 2323 Port Rd. ATel: 209-599-7575 Stockton, CA 95203Email: mgirdner@mlcommodities.com (209) 460-3404