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  • 1. Cargo Screening: revenue or cost driver? Nathan de Valck Key Account Manager, Cargo Business Unit Brussels Airport Company
  • 2. BRUSSELS AIRPORT Nathan De Valck Cargo Account manager Prague, 18 September 2013
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. BRUcargo Secured Gateway Turn BRUcargo into an efficient and secure cargo area 7 BRUcargo Secured Gateway Identity SecurityProcess Certification
  • 8. BRUcargo at Brussels Airport 8
  • 9. BRUcargo Secured Gateway
  • 10. Mobility Study
  • 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 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. 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. 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 Cargo screening 3. Additional screening volumes
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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