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Presentation to the Florida Economic Development Council on Logistics-Driven Economic Development

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  • Point is that our competitiveness in technology manufacturing is dependent on seamless global logistics. 2008 numbers dropped by 35%
  • May not always be the largest markets given the fundamental changes we just spoke about
  • In Yellow for a reason
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    • 1. Logistics - Driven Economic Development In a New Global Environment Florida Economic Development Council Orlando June 24th, 2011 Adam Wasserman
    • 2. FEDC
      • Session
      • Logistics and Economic Development
      • Speakers
      • Global Logistics Development Partners
      • CSX Intermodal
      • Lykes Development
      • Florida Chamber Foundation
    • 3. US/Canada Economy
      • US and Canada:
      • comprise 5% of the world’s population
      • Mature Markets
      • Economic Competitiveness
      • US Imports $2.5 B (2008)
      • US Exports $1.8 B (2008)
      • $821 B Deficit in Manufactured Goods
      • $144 B Surplus in Services
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 4. Global Logistics and Economic Development
      • Manufacturing – Increasingly about advanced technology
      • Energy
      • Auto- Related
      • Industrial Equipment
      • Medical Devices
      • Electronics
      • And others
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 5. What Does Logistics Mean to You?
      • Production
      • Inbound raw materials and components
      • Outbound finished product
      • Consumption
      • Distribution
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 6. The State of Global Logistics
      • Global logistics is evolving – market and geo-political
        • Input costs – Oil
        • New Infrastructure (eg. Panama Canal)
        • Shifting markets
        • Congestion at pinch-points
        • Business competition not sitting idle
        • Public Policy
      • Results
        • Supply chains react
        • Investment patterns evolve
        • Some of this is quite obvious and some very incremental
        • Investors are following the trends
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 7. The Fuel Cost Factor
      • As fuel costs increase, companies are
      • re-evaluating supply chain elements
      • Effects:
        • More rail
        • Premium on efficient facilities to smooth import and export process
      • Fuel costs will make Mexico more attractive for manufacturing vs. Asia
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 8. Global Logistics Trends
      • Maritime
      • Import trade - dominated by Asia to US (West Coast)
      • Some trending toward supply chain diversification
      • Aspirations for more cargo at Gulf Coast ports
      • Increased focus on Latin America (north-south routes)
      • The economic downturn has changed the game
      • Ports and logistics hubs becoming critical cogs in the supply chain
        • Not simply terminals for cargo movement
        • Value-add centers
        • Distribution hubs
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 9. Global Logistics Trends
      • Rail
      • Massive investments in rail infrastructure
      • Increased efficiency
      • North-South routes becoming more important
      • Intermodal activity is the driver
      • Dynamics between rail and truck are different than before
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 10. The Outlook-Panama Canal
      • $6B investment, completion in a few years
      • Some think a game-changer
      • Cargo traffic for Texas, Mid-South, Midwest may be diverted from LA/Long Beach
        • Assumes adequate Gulf port facilities
        • North-South highway linkages will be important
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 11. “ Portcentric” Opportunity
      • Cargo movement will probably change at a faster pace
      • SeaPort vs. LandPort
      • Access to strategic “domestic” markets
      • All about multi-modal
      • Potential = Land + Market + Transport Infra
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 12. From an Investor’s Perspective
      • From an investor perspective logistics-driven opportunity is increasingly interesting an proposition
      • Foreign trade necessity
      • Focused on strategic, business-friendly locales
      • Access to key infrastructure and cargo service
        • - Seaports - Air Cargo Airports - Class 1/Short-line Rail
      • Proximity to Mexico and Canada
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 13. EDO’s Taking the Initiative
      • Reality:
      • Responsibility to ‘join-up” various elements resides nowhere
      • Little Washington role or resources
      • DoT’s and DoC’s
      • Local and State governments are out of cash
      • Learn from success - places that have integrated infrastructure planning and economic development
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 14. Key Role for EDO’s
      • Action:
      • EDO’s have the unique opportunity to be regional “quarterback”
      • Joined-Up Business Strategy
        • Market
        • Product
        • Outreach marketing
      • .
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 15. EDO Opportunity
      • Steps:
        • Understand global > local logistics patterns
        • Identify the logistic supply chains
        • Be strategic about key target segments
        • Partner with transport-logistics industry
        • Create necessary products
          • - property assets
          • - logistics assets
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 16. About GLDP
      • Investment advisory firm specializing in emerging multi-modal logistics hubs
      • Clients: public and private
      • Fundamentals:
        • Understand importance of global logistics
        • Market definition and targeting
        • Delivery and public-private partnerships
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 17. GLDP Expertise
      • Senior professional expertise in
        • Market analytics
        • Supply Chain Management
        • Economic development
        • Infrastructure planning
        • Business attraction
        • Project delivery-finance
        • Global logistics
        • Ports/terminals management
        • Site Selection
      Global Logistics Development Partners
    • 18.
      • Thank you.
      • Global Logistics Development Partners
      • appreciates the opportunity to meet you .
      • Adam Wasserman
      • 623 341 0602
      • [email_address]
      Global Logistics Development Partners

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