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Shortsea oslo2010 dfds_ole_sehested

  1. 1. OslofjordKonferansen Intermodal Transport from a European/Nordic Perspective 17. November 2010 Ole Sehested
  2. 2. Head Issues  Key Items related to Intermodal Transport  Consolidation of Industries  Change of Mode of Transport  Today infrastructure (Sea-/Rail Network)  How do we get more cargo from Road to Sea/Rail  No final destination but a lot is up to us
  3. 3. European Intermodal Transport  Combined Sea, Rail, Road  Trailers, Containers, Swap Bodies  Point/Point one mode still has preference  Long distances become more and more actractive  Lack of frequency, capacity and quality is still the biggest challenge to make a break through  Need of close cooperation between players
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  5. 5. Consolidation of Industries  Production  Im-/Export distribution channels  Transport Suppliers (Network) - Forwarders - Shipping lines - Ports - Railways - Haulage companies
  6. 6. What will change mode of transport ? Important Parameters Door/Door Road/Sea/Rail  Market volumes and balance (point/point)  Change is depending on  Frequency  Transit time  Reliability (supply chain – weakest link)  Total supply chain costs  Flexibility/capacity/utilization  Access to information  Environmental impact (value for money?)
  7. 7. Germany/Norway (general cargo tons)
  8. 8. Germany/Norway (Borderline crossing)
  9. 9. European Continental Rail Network
  10. 10. UK/Continental Rail Network 5 trains per week Birmingham – Lille - Novara Connections: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Mannheim, Bordeaux, Lyon, Toulouse + Spain (via Perpignan + Bayonne) Barge link: Lille–Rotterdam + Antwerp Door to Door solutions between: UK, Belgium, France, Italy, Germany + Spain
  11. 11. European Shortsea Network
  12. 12. What prevent us to move from Road to Sea/Rail ??  Only volumes for one Port of entrance Oslofjord !  Only volumes for one Ro/Ro Sea operator – minimum 4 departures per week – 600 loads roundtrip !  Import Cargo must pay “return ticket” due to lack of export cargo !  Road infrastructure still not sufficient in Oslofjord area.  Lack of environmental focus Transit countries (SE/DK) !  Costs related to calls of Norwegian Ports !
  13. 13. What will make the change??  Focus on Needs instead of what you can get ! - Frequency, transit time and total costs  A Container solution Door/Door Norway/Continent should be and is today 15-20% cheaper than Trailer transport by road and at the same time much more environmental friendly – Why don’t we use it more ??  An alternative to Road via Denmark is using the shipping network out of Gothenburg with high frequent departures to Germany, Benelux and UK !  Partnership projects
  14. 14. 6.255 km in 20 days – 45’ Reefer 1624 kms by road 2200 kms by sea 2431 kms by rail
  15. 15. ngp2612ngp2612 “We have a responsibility to search continuously for new methods of handling our transport services with decreasing environmental impact” 1624 kms by road 2200 kms by sea 2431 kms by rail A train carrying 18 full loads generates 5.2 kgs of CO2 Emissions per per km 18 trucks carrying full loads collectively generates 15.59 kgs of CO2 Emissions per km. Our Story included a rail journey of 2431 kms saving over 25000kgs in CO2 emissions by choosing the rail option above the road option. (Data based on comparison of Irish Rail Locomotive spec v Euro 4 Scania 420 truck.)
  16. 16. Products Transported Medical Products Frozen Chips Fresh and Frozen Foods Medical Devices
  17. 17. European Shortsea Network
  18. 18. Facts about DFDS:  Operates a leading shipping and logistics transport network in Europe offering freight and passenger services  144 Years Experience  Revenue EUR 1,5 bill  6.200 Employees – 48 offices  62 Ships and 8 terminal  8.300 trailers, cont, swap bodies The DFDS Group
  19. 19. THANK YOU Q&A

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