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  • 1. Smart ocean transport requires smart vessels
  • 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. 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. WWL Fleet Heavy Lift Capabilities Newbuilding Program
  • 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. PCTC
  • 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. RORO Carrier
  • 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. 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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