Photoshow Breakbulk Antwerp 2008 Part 2

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Photoshow Breakbulk Antwerp 2008 Part 2

  1. 1. Smart ocean transport requires smart vessels
  2. 2. WWL Heavy Lift Cargo Equipment Jack-Up Trailers Samson Trailers Std. Roll Trailers 20’-82’ 140 tons 180 tons 320 tons 380 tons (2008) (2011) CARGO WEIGHT
  3. 3. WWL Heavy Lift Capabilities Current Fleet THE MAXIMUM CARGO WEIGHT TO BE INDIVIDUALLY ASSESSED FOR EACH LIFT BASED ON ACTUAL TRAILER AND PULLING GEAR, AND MAY EXCEED VALUES ABOVE
  4. 4. WWL Fleet Heavy Lift Capabilities Newbuilding Program
  5. 5. WWL Fleet Heavy Lift Capabilities By end 2011, WWL can offer high-frequency global coverage for heavy lifts with a fleet comprising of: 29 vessels >= 230 tons cargo weight 16 vessels >= 280 tons cargo weight 11 vessels >= 320 tons cargo weight 8 vsls at 380 tons cargo weight - Up to a maximum of 7.10m height
  6. 6. PCTC
  7. 7. PCTC: The Pure Car Truck Carrier is more versatile in terms of cargo mix and load Optimized for cars and mix of cars, trucks and heavy rolling units 3-5 Liftable car decks Capacity 2,000-8,000 RT43 Length < 230m – normally < 200m Stern ramp mostly 80-150 tons 3-4 Liftable decks Slender hull, but able to carry heavier cargo than a PCC
  8. 8. RORO Carrier
  9. 9. RORO Carrier: RORO carriers are optimized for H&H and NCC with cars as supplementary cargo No fixed car decks Capacity 3,000-6,500 RT43 Length < 300m Stern ramp 250 < 500 tons 3-4 Hoistable decks More full body hull than a PCTC – heavier cargo
  10. 10. Vessel design: Reduction of environmental impact has a strong focus when designing tomorrow’s vessels Nmnmn Nmnmn Longer, slimmer vessels for reduced emissions – CO2 – Longer vessels LOA allows for slimmer underwater lines – Less ballast water means less water transported – Lower deck heights optimized towards select cargoes giving lower vessel profile emissions – Lifting vessel out of water means less fuel consumption Reduced speed for reduced emissions Weather routing support General Asset and Scheduling Optimization Sub-contractor standards for emissions in focus

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