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PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
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PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International

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Typical air cargo projects, a brief familiarization …

Typical air cargo projects, a brief familiarization
Steps toward execution of successful projects
Current challenges to global air charters

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  • 1. POWER LOGISTICS ASIA MARINA BAY SANDS SINGAPORE 2013
  • 2. PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES  Brief Introduction to Aergo  Typical Air Cargo Projects    -sources of project air cargo charters and in particular ‘outsize’ cargo - global trends for project cargo - types of aircraft used and their availability  Steps toward execution of successful air charter projects    - common hurdles - important steps to perform well - is there a more effective substitute for an on ground presence?  Current challenges to global air charter services
  • 3. Introduction to AERgO  Established in 2004  Divisions - Passenger (Fly in Fly out, VIP’s, Sports Groups, Disaster Relief) - Freight - Government  On track to complete approximately 950 air charters across both divisions in 2013.  Over 25% of charters are for freight.
  • 4. Our Objectives  Maximize client value for every dollar expended on air- kilometres for charter services.  How do we pursue this goal?  Identify opportunities for shared sectors or empty sectors.  Maximise utilisation of aircraft (choosing the right option), select the best fit for purpose aircraft to suit the job at hand.  Remove interfaces and gaps between relevant project participants
  • 5. Typical Air Cargo Projects Sources of project air charters and in particular, outsize cargo  Military support  Oil & Gas  Mining  Humanitarian Aid  Disaster Relief  Livestock  Sports/Band Equipment (F1, Rock bands etc)
  • 6. Typical Air Cargo Projects cont….. Global trends for outsize air cargo project movements • Decreased Military involvement in Afghanistan • New areas for natural resource projects • Mongolia • South America (Chile – largest copper mine in the world) • Africa (comparably low cost of labour) • Increased manufacturing in developing nations • Decentralization of global organizations • Continued support of Oil & Gas projects
  • 7. Typical Air Charter Projects cont….           Types of aircraft available Antonov AN-225 Antonov AN-124 Illyushin IL-76 Airbus A300F Boeing B767-300F Boeing B747-400F MD11-F DC10 C130 Hercules
  • 8. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects  Common hurdles  Landing permits  Overflight permissions  Unsuitable load configuration  Delayed manufacturing completion  Problems with road transport permits/ availability of suitable carriers and equipment  Airside access  Airport cargo screening delays  Paperwork!
  • 9. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects cont…..  Important steps to perform well  project plan  assembling team to work with  Constant communication with all interested parties, most importantly      the client back up contingencies triple checking process arrangements with project participants looking for possible obstacles in advance timezone differences local contacts (with all relevant parties)
  • 10. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects cont…..  Is there a more effective substitute for on ground representation?  We would argue that there isn’t!  Provided you have an experienced and forward thinking representative on the ground, following each step of the process, the resulting smoothness and efficiency is proven.
  • 11. Current Challenges to Air Charter Services  Relocation of manufacturing operations to global locations with limited support infrastructure for air project cargo.  Immigration/Visa rules and timeframes.  Overfly permits and other local government regulation.  Aircraft availability.
  • 12. Conclusion  Air Charter is a capital intensive option to move heavy or outsize cargo.  To make it a more regular choice for companies considering their logistics options, all industry participants need to improve their operational performance BY REMOVING THE GAPS.

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