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Cargo Screening: revenue or cost driver?
Nathan de Valck
Key Account Manager, Cargo Business Unit
Brussels Airport Company
BRUSSELS AIRPORT
Nathan De Valck
Cargo Account manager
Prague, 18 September 2013
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We shape, develop & manage BRUcargo as the preferred logistical
hub in our region.
We offer an attractive and competitiv...
Central location in Europe
Brussels, a top European Logistics Hub, in the political, cultural
and economic/logistical Hear...
With a trucking time of max 9h
from Brussels, more than 66%
of the air cargo market in
Europe is within easy reach.
Top Eu...
Top European Logistics Hub
What we as an airport should do:
Make sure that all stakeholders
 can do their job better tomo...
BRUcargo Secured Gateway
Turn BRUcargo into an efficient and secure cargo area
7
BRUcargo
Secured
Gateway
Identity
Securit...
BRUcargo at Brussels Airport
8
BRUcargo Secured Gateway
Mobility Study
Cargo volumes
Current situation
Export cargo volumes: 320.000 ton
• Total export cargo BRU in 2012 (rounded): 250.000 ton ...
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Cargo Screening:
• Integrator traffic: 60.000 ton (own screening)  18%
• Current amount of cargo being screened alread...
1. Cargo Screening Workgroup
 Initiative from TBAC, in order to overcome passive/reactive approach from industry
 Goal: ...
2. Industry consultation
 Goal: available capacity and possible investments
 Individual talks: TBAC = neutral moderator
...
15 15
Cargo screening
3. Additional screening volumes
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1. Full use of existing X-ray machines: + 80.000 ton
2. Optimisation of EDD: + 5.000 ton
3. New EDD capacity: + 35.000 ...
BRUcargo screening
capacity:
17
Swissport
X-ray: 2
EDD
ETD
handsearch
Aviapartner
X-ray: 2
EDD
ETD
handsearch
WFS
X-ray: 2...
BRUcargo screening
capacity:
18
Swissport
X-ray: 2
EDD
ETD
handsearch
Aviapartner
X-ray: 2
EDD
ETD
handsearch
WFS
X-ray: 2...
Cargo screening: next
steps
Objective
• Pro-active approach
• Maintain leading position
• Guarantee enough alternatives in...
Thank you !
The Cargo Business Unit at Brussels Airport is ready
to assist you with any further questions or support.
For ...
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  1. 1. Cargo Screening: revenue or cost driver? Nathan de Valck Key Account Manager, Cargo Business Unit Brussels Airport Company
  2. 2. BRUSSELS AIRPORT Nathan De Valck Cargo Account manager Prague, 18 September 2013
  3. 3. 3 We shape, develop & manage BRUcargo as the preferred logistical hub in our region. We offer an attractive and competitive logistics platform with state of the art facilities and processes, supporting airlines, forwarders & business partners to realize their ambitions. We create sustainable value through customer focus and premium service delivery at BRUcargo. Brussels Airport New cargo focus
  4. 4. Central location in Europe Brussels, a top European Logistics Hub, in the political, cultural and economic/logistical Heart of Europe: Source: Coliers International 2013
  5. 5. With a trucking time of max 9h from Brussels, more than 66% of the air cargo market in Europe is within easy reach. Top European Logistics Hub 5
  6. 6. Top European Logistics Hub What we as an airport should do: Make sure that all stakeholders  can do their job better tomorrow  Can do more work tomorrow  see a long term future at Brucargo How can we do this:  Be a facilitator at the airport  Bring parties together to do business  Customer intimicy: your problems are and should be our problems 6
  7. 7. BRUcargo Secured Gateway Turn BRUcargo into an efficient and secure cargo area 7 BRUcargo Secured Gateway Identity SecurityProcess Certification
  8. 8. BRUcargo at Brussels Airport 8
  9. 9. BRUcargo Secured Gateway
  10. 10. Mobility Study
  11. 11. Cargo volumes Current situation Export cargo volumes: 320.000 ton • Total export cargo BRU in 2012 (rounded): 250.000 ton flown cargo • 70.000 ton trucked cargo (transit not included) 11 flow cargo trucked cargo
  12. 12. 12 Cargo Screening: • Integrator traffic: 60.000 ton (own screening)  18% • Current amount of cargo being screened already: 20.000 ton  6% • Cargo secured ex forwarder: 50.000 ton cargo  16% • Known consigner as of April: 50.000 ton secure cargo  16%  Remaining cargo that will need to be screened: 140.000 ton  44% integrator traffic current screening known cargo ex KC secured by forwarders additional screening Cargo volumes
  13. 13. 1. Cargo Screening Workgroup  Initiative from TBAC, in order to overcome passive/reactive approach from industry  Goal: benchmark Cargo Screening methods  Involvement of all stakeholders  Start: October 2012  Conclusion: BRU in line with other gateways 13 Cargo screening
  14. 14. 2. Industry consultation  Goal: available capacity and possible investments  Individual talks: TBAC = neutral moderator  Freight Forwarders  Handling agents  Airlines  Security providers 14  Conclusion:  Exploit available infrastructure, by extending opening hours of existing X-ray operation  Make use of EDD earlier in supply chain: screening at premises of Freight Forwarder  manage uncertainty in business case for new investment Cargo screening
  15. 15. 15 15 Cargo screening 3. Additional screening volumes
  16. 16. 16 1. Full use of existing X-ray machines: + 80.000 ton 2. Optimisation of EDD: + 5.000 ton 3. New EDD capacity: + 35.000 ton 4. New central screening infrastructure: + 20.000 ton integrator traffic current screening known cargo ex KC secured by forwarders additional screening 1 2 3 4 Cargo screening 3. Additional screening volumes
  17. 17. BRUcargo screening capacity: 17 Swissport X-ray: 2 EDD ETD handsearch Aviapartner X-ray: 2 EDD ETD handsearch WFS X-ray: 2 EDD ETD Handsearch
  18. 18. BRUcargo screening capacity: 18 Swissport X-ray: 2 EDD ETD handsearch Aviapartner X-ray: 2 EDD ETD handsearch WFS X-ray: 2 EDD ETD Handsearch G4S Cargo Solutions X-Ray: 2 – 4 EDD ETD handsearch
  19. 19. Cargo screening: next steps Objective • Pro-active approach • Maintain leading position • Guarantee enough alternatives in the cargo screening market Projects • REST • Decompression + ETD • BRUcargo Secured Gateway 19
  20. 20. Thank you ! The Cargo Business Unit at Brussels Airport is ready to assist you with any further questions or support. For more information, please contact: Nathan De Valck Cargo Account Manager Phone: +32 2 753 41 68 Mobile: +32 473 44 02 76 nathan.de.valck@brusselsairport.be www.brucargo.be / www.brusselsairport.be 20
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