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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.

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 Logistics 2013: Stephen Carr Presentation Transcript

    • Liverpool2Its impact on Supply Chain Infrastructure11th June 2013
    • What is Liverpool2
    • 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)
    • 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
    • What is Port-Centric Logistics?
    • Port Bridgewater
    • Evolved Kellogg’s solution
    • 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
    • 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
    • Typhoo’s challenge
    • 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
    • Flexible quayside storage forHeinz and B&M• Eliminate shunts• Close to DC• Supports flexible procurement• Avoids overspill warehousing• Just-in-time to production line
    • Where is port centric?
    • 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?
    • Another example of quayside storage !Thank You