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The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region
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  • 1. The Role and Development Perspectives of the Port of Riga on the Competing Market of Eastern Baltic Sea Region Viesturs Silenieks Vice Chairman of the Board Freeport of Riga Authority
  • 2. Presentation Outline• Port of Riga in 2010• Role of Port in the Eastern Baltic Sea Region• Port Connections• Key Performance Indicators• Port Development Strategy• Investment Opportunities 2
  • 3. Port in 2010Freeport of Riga in 2010• By cargo turnover Latvia’s biggest port and the third biggest port in the Baltic States (30 mln.t)• Multifunctional port with cargo handling capacity 45 mln.t/year• Port accounts for 5 200 direct and close to 15 000 indirect work places (railway, forwarding, agencies, trucking, etc .)• Total port revenues reached EUR 402 mln and net profit EUR 46 mln• Taxes paid into the state and Riga municipal budgets - EUR 28 mln 3
  • 4. Role in EBS RegionThe Baltic Sea – a Region of Strong Port Competition RUS 176,6 mln t LAT 59,7 mln t LIT 40,3 mln t EST 36,6 mln t FIN 26,9 mln t Eastern Baltic Sea Region 11 ports compete for cargo to/from Russia Total cargo turnover at the ports of the Eastern coast of Baltic Sea reached 340 mln t in 2010 4
  • 5. Role in EBS Region Cargo Turnover at the Ports of Eastern Baltic Sea Region (mln.t)90 7880 200870 Rīga 2009 5860 22% 20105040 36 31 3030 2520 16 15 13 12 11 910 4 1 0 Riga Kotka/Hamina Ust-Luga Butinge St.Petersburg Tallinn Klaipeda Kaliningrad Liepaja Ventspils Visock Helsinki Vyborg Primorsk Riga 5
  • 6. Role in EBS RegionDry Bulk Cargo Marketin Eastern Baltic Sea Region in 2010 Vyborg Dry bulk Helsinki 0.9% Riga 1.0% 21.1% Liepaja Total dry bulk 2.3% cargo turnoverVisock at the ports St.Petersburg 2.8% of EBSR 19.7%Kotka/Hamina 82.6 mln. t 3.5%Kaliningrad Tallinn Klaipeda 3.9% 6.7% 14.2% Ventspils 10.6% Ust-Luga 13.2% 6
  • 7. Role in EBS RegionGeneral Cargo Marketin Eastern Baltic Sea Region in 2010 Vyborg Ust-Luga 0.3% 1.2% General cargo Liepaja 2.6% Total generalVentspils St.Petersburg cargo turnover 2.7% 34.2% at the ports Kaliningrad of EBSR 3.6% 74.3 mln. t Tallinn 7.1% Helsinki 13.3% Riga 8.7% Klaipeda Kotka/Hamina 13.0% 13.3% 7
  • 8. Role in EBS Region Liquid Bulk Cargo Market in Eastern Baltic Sea Region in 2010 Liepaja Liquid bulk 0.3%Kotka/Hamina Primorsk Total liquid 1.7% 42.5% bulk cargo Riga turnover 3.6% at the ports of EBSR Kaliningrad 183.1 mln. t 4.0% Tallinn Klaipeda 14.1% Butinge 5.4% 4.9% Visock St.Petersburg 6.9% 9.0% Ventspils 7.7% 8
  • 9. ConnectivityRegular Liner Services Regular Liner Services MSC CMA-CGM Unifeeder Team Lines MannLines Multimodal Containerships Maersk Tallink (ro pax) 9
  • 10. ConectivityHinterland ConnectionsDedicated Container Trains Baltika-Transit • A scheduled block train service with two container trains per week • Transit time 8-10 days • Operated by FIS company • 20 188 TEUs in 2010 “Zubr” • Scheduled container Riga-Hairaton train between Riga and Minsk • A dedicated block train (Belarus), with further service for the delivery of deliveries via Orsha non-military goods to US (Belarus) to Illichevsk troops in Afghanistan (Ukraine) • Started in February 2009 • Average transit time 4 • Operated by days TransContainer • Average transit time 10- 11 days 10
  • 11. ConectivityEMMA - Eurasian Multi-Modal Alliance Eurasian Multi – Modal Alliance Since 2011 a joint venture EMMA was established between Latvian forwarder SRR and French logistics group GEFCO for services to/from Riga to/from Central Asia 11
  • 12. PerformanceCargo turnover at the Freeport of Riga (mln. t) 40 Total Liquid Bulk 35 33.9 General Cargo 29.6 29.7 30.5 30 Dry Bulk 25.9 24.0 24.4 25.4 25 21.7 20 18.1 14.9 15 13.4 10 5 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 (estimated) • Average annual growth rate 8.8% 12
  • 13. PerformanceMain Types of Cargo in 9 months of 2011 Coal 39,0% 9 821,7 thous.t (+15%) Oil products 23,1% 5 810,9 thous.t (+27%) Timber 11,9% 3 000,1 thous.t (-14%) Containerized cargo 9,1% 222 712 TEU (+20%) Chemicals (fertilizers) 5,0% 1 252,7 thous.t (+21,4%) 13
  • 14. PerformancePassenger Traffic Ferry Passenger Traffic• Tallink provides daily passenger connection from Riga to Stockholm• Number of Tallink passengers increased by 17% in 2010 (632 thous.)• Tallink carried 100 000 ro-ro units (up to 15% trucks ) in 2010 Cruise Passenger Traffic• Cruise season of 2010 brought to Riga 64 cruise ships and 58 564 cruise passengers• Number of cruise calls is expected to increase by 9.3% (70 calls) in 2011• Number of cruise passengers is expected to grow by 10.9% (65 000 passengers) in 2011 14
  • 15. DevelopmentDevelopment Projects (2010 – 2020) 6Port Authority`s Investments1 Deepening of the fairway to 15.5 – 17m 5 1••2 Multifunctional dry bulk terminals on the Krievu sala3 Modernization of the port’s railway network••4 Construction of the new railway bridge 2Private Investments 7 3•5 Oil products terminal in Bolderaja 8•6 Natural gas handling terminal 3•7 New terminals on the Kundziņsala (fertilizer terminal, container terminal, grain terminal and logistics park) 4•8 Terminal for production and handling of bioethanol Total port investment portfolio 1.1 bln EUR • Port Authority`s Investment 300 mln EUR • Private Investment 757 mln EUR 15
  • 16. DevelopmentDeepening of the Fairway (1/2) 13.5 m 12.5 m 10 m 16 m Current depth of the fairway 16
  • 17. DevelopmentDeepening of the fairway (2/2) 15 m 10 m 12.5 m 17 m Two-phase development: • 1st phase: 2012-2014: canal depth -15m • 2nd phase: 2014-2018: canal depth -17m Widening of the canal from existing 100m to 135-165m 17
  • 18. DevelopmentNew Dry Bulk Complex on the Krievu sala• Project: Relocation of Port Activities from the City Center to Krievu sala• Project duration: 2009-2013• Investment: EUR 153 mln.• Territory: 56 ha• Capacity 17-22 mln tons/year• 4 berths of 1180 m total length 18
  • 19. DevelopmentDiverse Cargo Terminals on the Kundziņsala (1/2)• Total territory: 181 ha• Project duration: 2010-2020• Investment: EUR 239 mln.• 5 terminals with different profiles: containers, cold stores, fertilizer terminal, grain terminal, logistics park 19
  • 20. InvestmentInvestment Opportunities in the Freeport of Riga• Long-term leasing of land on attractive terms (up to 45 years)• 445 ha of land available for development• Licensed company status and Free zone regime allows to receive tax relieves• Freeport Authority assistance in the development of private terminal infrastructure• A favourable investment climate in Latvia 20
  • 21. Thank you for your attention! 21

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