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  • Supply Chain Connectivity Panama to Manatee Creating Logistics Solutions April 2010
  • Agenda Global Perspective Port Comparison The Rail Advantage Logistic Port – Manatee: Our Markets What is Logistics Port – Manatee? Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 2
  • Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 3
  • Industry Trends – Panama Canal Expansion Expansion of Panama Canal Number of Transpacific Services Complete in 2014 Continued expansion of East Coast ports Major freight transportation projects for east coast railroads Further development of warehousing, temperature controlled & distribution facilities in U.S. southeast Continued proliferation of AWS via Panama Canal Less dependence on AWS via West Coast and transcontinental rail Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 4
  • Industry Trends – Port Capacity Even with the US Economic Slowdown, Container Traffic Growth in the Next 10 Years will Push Most Gateway Ports to Full Capacity 19.5 20 18.4 14.5 15 11.4 10.9 9.7 10.0 10 8.9 7.8 8.0 7.4 5.8 5 0 Pacific Northwest Pacific Southwest North Atlantic South Atlantic/Gulf Demand 2010 Capacity 2010 Demand 2020 Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 5
  • Total Logistics Cost Breakdown 60% 50.3% 50% 40% 30% 21.8% 20% 9.5% 7.8% 4.3% 10% 2.7% 2.2% 1.2% 0% Customer Transportation Inventory Labor Rent Admin Supplies Other Service Source: Grubb & Ellis Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 6
  • Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 7
  • Growth in All Water Services to U.S. East Coast Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 8
  • What Does This Mean for Gulf/East Coast Ports? Need for enhanced port capacity Investment in rail infrastructure Harbor and channel deepening projects Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 9
  • How Do Ports Compare? Terminal Expansion Consumption Zone Air Draft Proximity to Panama Canal Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 10
  • Terminal Expansion Ports with New Terminal Expansion Capabilities Craney Island - VPA Port Manatee – 10 Year Build-Out Jasper County Terminal GPA/SCA Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 11
  • Air Draft Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 12
  • Consumption Zone Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 13
  • Proximity to Panama Canal Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 14
  • Port Comparison Summary Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 15
  • Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 16
  • CSX is a leading freight railroad in the eastern United States. $9 billion annual revenues Covers over 21,000 route miles in 23 states and 2 Canadian provinces Accesses two-thirds of the US population, and all the major metropolitan areas Reaches any point in North America with seamless connections with all major railroads and 230 shortline railroads Proven leader in temperature controlled shipments Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 17
  • CSX is meeting the challenge by continuing aggressive reinvestment in capital in 2010. CSX Capital Expenditures 2010 Capital Spending Plan $ 1,900 $1,719 $1,716 $ 1,700 $1,655 $1,623 10% $ 1,500 $1,443 10% $ 1,300 $ 1,100 12% $ 900 68% $ 700 Infrastructure Regulatory $ 500 Strategic Equipment '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 CSX is investing in faster transit, greater reliability, and expanded capacity to meet current and future customer needs. Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 18
  • CSX offers several options to integrate rail into your supply chain. Rail Direct Freight is railed directly from shipper to receiver Rail to Truck Freight is railed to a cross-dock where it is transferred to a truck for local delivery Rail to Warehouse Freight is railed directly to a warehouse where it can be stored for pick-up or scheduled for delivery Load Sharing Freight is consolidated onto a railcar at origin, railed to a central location, deconsolidated and trucked to multiple destinations Forward Position Freight is railed to a warehouse and forward positioned for later distribution Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 19
  • CSX offers a range of services, from single railcar to whole trains designed to fit your transportation mix. Single Railcar Trainloads Runs from rail Customized dock to rail dock solutions with in our existing dedicated trains hub-and-spoke between specific network origins and destinations CSX can provide a menu of standard or tailored solutions to meet your requirements. Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 20
  • CSX is a leader in sustainable solutions, and offers tremendous benefits for your supply chain. A CSX train can carry over 280 truckloads of freight US EPA estimates that railroads consume 3 times less fuel and produce 3 times less harmful emissions vs. trucks 152 million tree seedlings would take 10 years to absorb the 6.5 million tons of C02 that our operations save vs. trucks in a year CSXT is the first railroad to join EPA’s Climate Leaders Program and is an EPA Smart Way Charter Member Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 21
  • CSXT serves all major markets in the eastern US. $9B+ Revenue 21,000+ Route Miles 216,000+ Daily Carloads 4,000+ Locomotives 84,000+ Freight Cars 30,000+ Employees 70+ Ports Serves $1.7B Reinvested Capital Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 22
  • Ports are a key extension of the CSX network. 2009 CSX International Commodity MixMix 2009 CSX International Commodity Auto 1.5% by Revenue by Revenue Coal 59.1% 23.8% 1.5% Intermodal 15.6% Merchandise 23.8% Forest Products Chemicals 59.1% Agricultural 15.6% Emerging Markets Metals Auto Coal Intermodal Merchandise Food & Consumer Phosphates & Fertilizers Total Revenue of $1.2B Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 23
  • Port Manatee volume in 2009 exceeded 8,000 carloads. 2009 CSX International Commodity Mix 2009 CSX International Commodity Mix 13% 1% Port Manatee Revenue $6.75M Carloads 8,390 Import 5% 86% Export 95% Paper & Forest Products (Pulpboard, Woodpulp) Emerging Markets (Machinery) Phosphates & Fertilizers (Export Phosphates) Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 24
  • Rail is the optimum solution for future highway congestion. Today Highway congestion is severe and is generally anticipated to worsen West Coast ports were bottlenecks prior to the recession Ongoing expansion of East Coast ports will change flow of supply 2020 chains Rail provides a cost effective and environmentally friendly CSX Territory transportation solution Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 25
  • CSX offers several key advantages. Competitive, market-based services Customized high speed solutions Economies of scale via load consolidation Access to all major metropolitan areas in the country Solid experience in temperature-controlled shipments Tremendous savings in carbon emissions Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 26
  • Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 27
  • Population Density 2012, over 250 Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 28
  • Logistics Port Manatee – Goods Flow Washington New York Chicago California Nashville Manatee Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 29
  • Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 30
  • What is Logistics Port – Manatee? Multi-modal Logistics Center Wharf To Rail Capabilities Inside-the-Fence Aggregation Park Key Node Within the CSX System Minimize “Total Landed Cost” for Corporate America Central Distribution Hub for Florida Availability of Substantial Economic Incentives SAVING TIME AND $ IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 31
  • ‘Inside-the-Fence’ Rail Aggregation Park Reduce Long Haul Transportation Costs Aggregate Rail Users to Fill Unit Trains Internal Overweight Product Movements Non-DOT Vehicles for Internal Movements Receive FTZ (Foreign Trade Zone) Benefits User Benefit = Port Manatee Attracts Business Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 32
  • Encouragement Zone Pre Application Meeting • Shareholders Site Plan Review • 60 Days Approval Building Permit Review • 3-5 Days Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 33
  • Park Plan Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 34
  • INLand Logistics Port- Chicago Port Manatee/Panama April 19, 2010 Page 35