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Freight 2011

  1. 1. Port Centric LogisticsМОРСКОЙ ТОРГОВЫЙ ПОРТ УСТЬ-ЛУГА
  2. 2. Case for Port Centric Development•Proportion of goods consumed imported in Russia has grown•Optimum location to minimise transport costs for (some) distribution centres maytherefore shift towards the coast•Current use of inland national distribution consolidation centres can add to thedistance goods moved between supplier to receiver•Ports already provide excellent multimodal hubs (road/rail/coastal shipping)•Port centric strategies can therefore offer lower cost and environmentally sustainablesolutionsSo what evidence can be brought to bear to make a planning and investmentcase? 7
  3. 3. Case for Port Centric Development• Trade growth means the optimum location for some national distribution centres worth reconsideration• Current pattern of warehouse location has been developed to minimise secondary distribution costs – Important to factor in savings in primary transport costs in making investment decisions• Planning regime needs to be informed of the public interest advantages 7
  4. 4. The idea is simple:•Leave the container at the port. It is a maritime container, and that is where it belongs.Take it out of the equation and it is ready to go out on the next ship – giving better useand faster repositioning of containers.•Unpack the container within the port limits; that way, you can pack it to capacity forthe shipping leg, without worrying about road weight limits.•Store, repack and deliver the goods in a far more space and weight-efficient way, inthe combination you really want, via curtainsiders direct from port to regionaldistribution centre (RDC), or final location. WOULD you pay the fuel and driving costs for pointlessly hauling three or four tonnes of metal hundreds of miles inland – only to have to arrange for its return at a similar cost? 7
  5. 5. Advantages•Lower supply chain cost•Improved inventory visibility and velocity, lower end to end unit logistics costs•Lover road mileage•Faster repositioning of ‘empties’•No need to worry about landside weight restrictions on imported containers allowingcontainers to be filled to capacity•Value added services such as bonded warehouses eliminates bonded trucking•Reduced carbon footprint 7
  6. 6. Lover road mileage Cargo from PLC to final destinationContainer to RDC and‘empty’ back Cargo from RDC to final destination 7
  7. 7. Bonded warehouses eliminates bonded trucking Cargo from PLC to final destination Container by bonded truck to RDC and ‘empty’ back Cargo from RDC to final destination 7
  8. 8. Examples ……•Asda-Walmart and Tesco distribution centres at Teesport in the UK-Sainsbury•BAP Group at Felixstowe-NYK Logistics at Thamesport•HKG, Singapore and Busan developing facilities for value adding activities to stemcompetition from ports such as Shanghai and Shenzhen•Goodwin Logistics terminal close to DCT 7
  9. 9. Kotka – port centric logistics area 7
  10. 10. Competitive Advantages of Ust-Luga Sea Port• Sea Port Ust-Luga is the nearest to Europe Russian port.• Sea Port Ust-Luga is located at the crossing of two corridors: The «North- South» (Baltic sea, Black sea, and Caspian sea) and the «East-West» (Europe -Asia)• Convenient Railway and Highway access.• Depth (from 9 m. up to 17 m.)• Short period of ice navigation.• Short two-way channel – 3,7 km.• Free areas for further development. 7
  11. 11. General layout of Sea Port of Ust-Luga 7
  12. 12. South Port Area 7
  13. 13. Key Terminals of South Port Area :Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT) Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2 Auto-Railway Ferry Terminal 7
  14. 14. Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT)• The Biggest container terminal in Northwestern Federal District– ULCT will be connected with the World.• Declared full capacity – 3.0 mln. TEUs per yearULCT Future Plan: Total Warehouse Length of the Capacity, ThroughpuStage Year Berth Depth, m Warehouse capacity, Berth TEU t, TEU Area, sq. m TEU 1 2011 № 52,53 440 13,5 2 500 146 000 15 000 440 000 1 550 000 2 2015 № 54,55 940 16 6 000 471 000 33 600 2 850 000 3 2019 № 56,57,58 1 700 13,5 2 500 888 000 78 700 7
  15. 15. Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2• Specialization: new cars, containers, Ro-Ro cargo, general cargo, High&Heavy cargo.• Yug-2 has regular services to ports in Scandinavia and in Europe.Cargo growth: Cargo 2011 2012 2013Cars, unit. 160 000 180 000 230 000Containers, TEU’s 10 710 120 000 200 000Ro-Ro, ед. 254 9400 15 600General Cargo 114 000 500 000 500 000 7
  16. 16. Port Ust-Luga Logistics center 7
  17. 17. Benefits of Ust-Luga Logistics Centre• Access to superior logistics services: significant space available and configurable to your business needs in a highly professional andstate-of-the-art Logistics environment committed to meeting the highest standards of customer service. Access to modern IT infrastructure and skilled labour and the opportunity to use your own company branding.• Logistics Centre is located inside the port: transfer from the quay direct to warehouse, with direct and uninterrupted transportation. Custom clearance within the port.• Logistic Centre positioned alongside Russia’s largest container terminal: fast and reliable delivery to the logistics centre due to the container terminal being located alongside.• Strategic location: the Logistics Centre is located in the Baltic area approximately 100 Km west of St Petersburg with access to St Petersburg for freight delivery in 2 hours and Moscow in 12 hours which compares very favourably to competitor Logistics Centres’journey times.• The Logistics Centre is part of a larger development: the plan is for a new ‘city’development to be constructed around the port. 7
  18. 18. Contact personAleksander Goloviznin +7 (812) 334 -16 7