Logistics 2013: Stephen Carr

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Head of business development at Peel Ports Mersey explained the progress with the Liverpool2 in-river container terminal and asked if property developers were ready for its arrival in 2015.

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Logistics 2013: Stephen Carr

  1. 1. Liverpool2Its impact on Supply Chain Infrastructure11th June 2013
  2. 2. What is Liverpool2
  3. 3. What’s Already Completed• Principal Contractor• Project office set-up• Quay Wall Contractor• Mobilisation of core team• Orders Placed for key quay wall equipment• Site established• Steel Piles – arrived on site• www.Liverpool2.com live• As of last week commencement on the quay wall base (dredging)
  4. 4. Key Dates• April 2013 – Demolish S7 Steel transit shed• Mid May – First tranche steel piles arrive in Liverpool• June 2013 – Commence piling operation• Q1 2014 – Launch of Liverpool2 Club• Q3 2014 – Surface terminal complete• Q4 2014 – Commence installation of equipment• Q1 2015 – Install IT systems and technology• Q2 2015 – Training & commissioning• Q3 2015 – Open for business
  5. 5. What is Port-Centric Logistics?
  6. 6. Port Bridgewater
  7. 7. Evolved Kellogg’s solution
  8. 8. The collaboration delivers• Iberia / Ireland exports need just 6 UK road miles each.• 7,000 pallets import / export portside warehousing eliminating• 40,000 miles UK road transport saved• 61,000 KG’s CO2emissions removed from the supply chain each year• Supply chain simplification• Irradiation of inefficient journey’s• Improved responsiveness
  9. 9. Source of carbon savingMode of Transport KG CO2pertonne.KMReductionV’s RoadRoad 0.08381Water (canal service) 0.03630 56%Water (feeder service) 0.02000 75%Source: DEFRA, 2012greenhouse gas conversion factors for company reporting
  10. 10. Typhoo’s challenge
  11. 11. The Typhoo benefit• 250,000 road freight miles saved per annum• 350,000KG’s CO2saved per annum• “Long-stay” container park• Simplified inbound logistics• Overspill storage
  12. 12. Flexible quayside storage forHeinz and B&M• Eliminate shunts• Close to DC• Supports flexible procurement• Avoids overspill warehousing• Just-in-time to production line
  13. 13. Where is port centric?
  14. 14. To Summarise• Liverpool2 will once again enable Liverpool to connect globally• Major exporters and importers can benefit from port-centric developments• Will the region be ready?
  15. 15. Another example of quayside storage !Thank You

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