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MHF Services Corporate Presentation (2010)

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  • 1. Company Overview TRANSPORTATION PACKAGING TRANSLOADING TECHNICAL SERVICES DISPOSITION
  • 2. Outline
    • Company Overview
    • Services
    • TECHNICAL SERVICES
    • PACKAGING
    • TRANSLOADING
    • TRANSPORTATION
    • DISPOSITION
    • Experience
    • Radiological Projects
    • Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Projects
    • Industrial Projects
  • 3. Company Overview
    • Asset-based, integrated logistics company formed in 1994
    • Became a portfolio company of Relativity Capital, L.P., a private equity firm, in June 2009
    • $22.5M in revenues since formation of new company
    • $60M in private railcars and intermodal containers
    • 20 million tons of waste/materials moved to date
    • Service generators and shippers of radioactive, hazardous, and non-hazardous waste, materials, and byproducts
  • 4. Company Overview
    • Provides technical services, packaging, transloading, transportation, and disposition for “end-to-end” logistics solutions
    • Handles container and bulk material transfers at permanent and temporary transloading facilities
    • Packaging division designs and manufactures durable and flexible packaging systems for all types of materials
    • Integrated approach offers improved project safety, efficiency, and lower overall costs
  • 5. Services TRANSLOADING PACKAGING TECHNICAL SERVICES
    • Permanent
    • Temporary
    • Alternative Equipment
    • Durable and Flexible
    • Lift Liners TM , SCO Wraps
    • IP-1, IP-2, UN Certifications
    • Customized, On-site Packaging Systems
    • Site Characterization, Waste Profiling, and Brokerage
    • Project Management, Design, Estimating, and Execution
    • Safety and Compliance
    • Rail Infrastructure Work
    • Capability Audits and Planning
  • 6. Services TRANSPORTATION DISPOSITION
    • Rail, Truck, and Marine
    • Railcars and Equipment
    • Tracking and Reporting
    • Volumetric Free Release
    • Processing for Free Release
    • Volume Reduction
    • Direct Disposal
  • 7. Services
    • Markets Served
    • Radioactive materials (DOT non-regulated, LQ, Class 7, NORM, LSA)
    • Hazardous waste
      • RCRA (solids and liquids)
      • TSCA-PCB (solids)
    • Mixed wastes
    • Non-hazardous and industrial wastes (municipal solid waste, construction and demolition debris)
    • Hazardous material freight (bulk, packaged, solid, and liquid)
    • Over-dimensional freight (overweight and oversized)
    • Industrial raw materials and products (metals and minerals)
    • Chemicals (bulk and packaged)
  • 8. TECHNICAL SERVICES
    • Fully support a project from original site characterization to off-site shipment of material
    • Provide full project management, field personnel, and brokerage services
    • Able to reduce scope as needed
    SERVICES
  • 9. PACKAGING
    • Offerings include standard and custom packaging tailored to specific project needs or manufacturing processes
    • Durable packaging options include standard or custom intermodal shipping containers, metal containers, drums, boxes, and any package required for shipping
    • Flexible packaging products include container liners, IBC bags, railcar liners, railcar and truck tarps, large component protective covers, and custom-sewn containment systems
    • Stringent Quality Assurance Program
    • Manufacturing facility located in Sweetwater, TN
    SERVICES
  • 10.
    • Durable Packaging Options
    PACKAGING “ Tarp” Top Intermodal “ Hard” Top Intermodal Shielded Intermodal Container Gondola Equipped with Hard Lid SERVICES
  • 11. PACKAGING
    • Durable Packaging Innovation
      • Package and transport of packaged waste (i.e., radioactive contaminated or hazardous waste) via side-door cargo container
    SERVICES
  • 12. PACKAGING
    • Flexible Packaging Benefits
      • Interim packaging solution — no long-term rental fees
      • Reduced mobilization/demobilization fees
      • Economic truck-to-rail-to-truck system
      • High capacity system — reduced tare weight
      • Efficient loading and transfers
      • No decontamination or repair of containers upon return to supplier
    SERVICES
  • 13.
    • Flexible Packaging
    PACKAGING Lift Liner ™ System
    • Loading Frame
    • Lifting Frame
    • Lift Liner™ Bags
    SERVICES
  • 14.
    • Flexible Packaging
    PACKAGING Lifting frame is positioned to place Lift Liner ™ in MHF high-sided gondola SERVICES
  • 15.
    • Flexible Packaging Innovation
      • FIBC type: multi-loop-sling 4-sided design for 10,000 lb. load
      • Body color: white 6.5 oz. coated
      • FIBC size: 48" x 96" x 48" I.D.
    PACKAGING SERVICES
  • 16. PACKAGING
    • SCO Wraps
    Custom fabrication offered to meet client-specific needs and based on component’s as-cut dimensions and contamination levels SERVICES
  • 17.
    • Flexible Packaging Innovation
      • MHF deployed management and materials in support of New Orleans levee breach repairs for the USACE
    PACKAGING SERVICES
  • 18. TRANSLOADING
    • Transloading and Transfer
      • Combine the efficiencies of various modes of transportation (i.e., truck-to-rail)
      • Five permanent facilities:
        • Worcester, MA (Transloading/Transfer)
        • North Bergen, NJ (Transloading/Transfer)
        • Oak Ridge, TN (Transfer)
        • Parker, AZ (Transfer)
        • Dunphy, NV (Transloading)
      • Temporary facilities on-site or at rail junction
        • Portable ramp
      • Innovative intermodal applications
    SERVICES
  • 19. TRANSLOADING
    • Key Northeast Locations
    North Bergen, NJ Worcester, MA SERVICES
  • 20.
    • Key Southeast and Southwest Locations
      • Oak Ridge, TN
      • Parker, AZ
    TRANSLOADING SERVICES
  • 21.
    • Mobile Ramp
      • Unit segments for mobilization using a bolt-together design
      • Able to be assembled or disassembled in 48 hours
      • Moves on 7 standard flatbed trailers
    TRANSLOADING SERVICES
  • 22. TRANSLOADING
    • Material or package transfer system — a transloading alternative
    • Provides rail transportation option for non-rail-served project sites
    • Deploys pre-lined intermodal containers for “live loading” at project site
    • Loaded containers are then drayed to a spur for lifting and transfer of burrito-style enclosed liner
    SERVICES
  • 23. TRANSPORTATION
    • Seamless transportation services via direct rail or intermodal rail, truck, and marine
    • In-depth knowledge and excellent day-to-day working experience with:
      • All Class I railroads
      • Short-line railroads
      • Equipment, manufacturing, and leasing companies
    • Railroads’ largest client for radioactive and hazardous waste, materials, and byproducts
    SERVICES
  • 24. TRANSPORTATION
    • Equipment
    • Equipment (asset-based)
      • $60M+ in owned and leased railroad assets
      • Private fleet of more than 1,200 railcars (gondolas, boxcars, ABC flatcars, tank cars, and hopper cars)
      • 700 containers (including intermodals and shielded)
    SERVICES
  • 25. TRANSPORTATION
    • Railcars
    • Gondolas
      • 100-ton capacity high-sided gondola railcar: used for lighter density materials or Lift Liner™ packages
      • 110-ton capacity gondola railcar: used for direct-loading of higher density materials
    100-Ton Capacity High-Sided Gondola Railcar 110-Ton Capacity Gondola Railcar SERVICES
  • 26. TRANSPORTATION
    • Railcars
    • ABC Flatcars
    177-Ton Articulating Bulk Container Railcar with Six IP-1 Intermodal Containers 177-Ton Articulating Bulk Container Railcar with Eight IP-1 Intermodal Containers at MHF Intermodal Facility SERVICES
  • 27. TRANSPORTATION
    • Railcars
    • Tank Cars and Boxcars
    Tank Cars Specialized Drum Boxcar (340-Drum Capacity) SERVICES
  • 28. TRANSPORTATION
    • Rail trip management for up-to-date arrivals, departures, and re-routes
    • Route performance projections using advanced ETA logic
    • Extensive historical performance reports across suppliers, customers, carriers, and routes
    Tracking and Reporting Systems
    • Flags for detained, delayed, and lost railcars
    • Expedite “hot” cars and critical shipments
    • Calculate railroad demurrage and detention
    • Flexible, user-defined reports
    SERVICES
  • 29. Experience — Radiological Projects
    • Case Study 1 — Detroit Edison
    • Case Study 2 — Nebraska Public Power District
    • Case Study 3 — Sacramento Municipal Utility District
    • Case Study 4 — Progress Energy
    • Case Study 5 — FirstEnergy
  • 30. Case Study 1: Detroit Edison
    • Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station 2
    • MHF provided all technical services, packaging, transportation, and disposition of two main steam reheaters, each weighing 110 tons, and associated wastes
    EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 31. Case Study 1: Detroit Edison
    • Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station 1
    • MHF is providing technical services, packaging, and transportation for Enrico Fermi Unit 1 Decommissioning Project’s various pumps, motors, miscellaneous wastes, and reactor vessel
    • MHF designed and is fabricating a Lower Reactor Vessel Package meeting all DOT and disposal site requirements
    EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 32. Case Study 2: Nebraska Public Power District
    • Cooper Nuclear Generating Station
    • MHF provided all technical services, packaging, transportation, and disposition for two LP Rotors, each weighing 230,000 pounds, and miscellaneous wastes
    • Due to an unanticipated increase in the component weights, MHF immediately modified the conveyance methodology without affecting critical path schedule
    EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 33.
    • Rancho Seco Power Plant
    • MHF provided six years of technical services, packaging, and transportation support to Rancho Seco during decommissioning
    • MHF successfully supported the disposition of demolition debris including soil and rubble, 4 reactor coolant pumps, 11 fuel racks, 1 pressurizer, and 4 steam generator halves
    Case Study 3: Sacramento Municipal Utility District EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 34.
    • MHF provides technical services, packaging, transportation, and disposition for Progress Energy in support of power uprates at Brunswick and Crystal River Nuclear Generating Stations
    • MHF supported 5 outage campaigns and successfully adjusted packaging and conveyance methodologies due to changes in dimensions and weights of the components
    Case Study 4: Progress Energy Brunswick Nuclear Station and Crystal River 3 Nuclear Power Plant EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 35. Case Study 5: FirstEnergy
    • Davis-Besse
    • MHF provided technical services and transportation at Davis-Besse Nuclear Generation Station of the only Reactor Vessel Head to ship via rail to disposal. The final package weighed 125 tons and was 17 feet in diameter.
    EXPERIENCE — RADIOLOGICAL PROJECTS
  • 36. Experience — Hazardous / Non-Hazardous Projects
    • Case Study 1 — General Electric Upper Hudson River Sediment Remediation Project
    • Case Study 2 — Horseshoe Road Superfund Site
    • Case Study 3 — Heritage Environmental Services Private Generator; Paulsboro, NJ
    • Case Study 4 — New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site
  • 37.
    • Upper Hudson River Sediment Remediation
    • MHF is currently under contract with GE to provide the following services:
      • Preparing remedial action work plan submittals
      • Providing a fleet of 450 railcars to support the project
      • Inspection and switching of loaded and empty railcars
      • Testing and inspection of unit trains prior to departure from the short-line railroad
      • Inspection, maintenance, and repair of the rail yard and rail yard loading area
      • Running and heavy repairs on railcars
      • Inspection and maintenance of a weigh-in-motion scale
      • Loading and lining gondola railcars
      • Managing the off-site round-trip logistics of unit trains between the site and the waste disposal facility
    Case Study 1: General Electric EXPERIENCE — HAZARDOUS / NON-HAZARDOUS PROJECTS
  • 38. Case Study 2: Horseshoe Road
    • Superfund Site
    • MHF transported 181,600 tons of Subtitle D non-hazardous, TSCA, TSCA/RCRA, and RCRA (thermal) wastes from the Horseshoe Road Superfund Site in Sayreville, NJ to four separate facilities via our private gondola railcars equipped with liners. MHF coordinated the rail logistics of an average of 900 tons of material per day from the origin to disposal outlets.
    • MHF provided an on-site Transportation and Disposal Coordinator to review waste manifests and waybills; coordinate with Class I railroad to ensure daily switching of railcars; oversee installation of railcar liners; attend daily site briefings; and provide client support.
    EXPERIENCE — HAZARDOUS / NON-HAZARDOUS PROJECTS
  • 39. Case Study 3: Heritage Environmental Services
    • Private Generator; Paulsboro, NJ
    • Under contract to Heritage Environmental Services, MHF provides a private fleet of gondola railcars, truck-to-rail transloading operations, and rail transportation for an estimated 40,000 tons of PCB-contaminated soils/sediments from the site of a private generator in Paulsboro, NJ to Heritage’s facility in Indianapolis, IN.
    EXPERIENCE — HAZARDOUS / NON-HAZARDOUS PROJECTS
  • 40. Case Study 4: New Bedford Harbor
    • Superfund Site
    • MHF provides transloading via our Worcester facility, packaging, and rail transportation of TSCA and non-hazardous waste from the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site
    EXPERIENCE — HAZARDOUS / NON-HAZARDOUS PROJECTS
  • 41. Experience — Industrial Projects
    • Case Study 1 — Newmont Mining Corporation
    • Case Study 2 — ArcelorMittal / Veolia
    • Case Study 3 — Systech Environmental Corporation
  • 42.
    • Transloading Facilities
    • MHF designed, constructed, and operates copper concentrate and propane transloading facilities for Newmont Mining Corporation. MHF provides the rail logistics and railcar tracking for the concentrate shipments.
    • The concentrate transloading facility is believed to be the first of its kind and accommodates the loading of two 52-foot, 109-ton gondola cars simultaneously.
    Case Study 1: Newmont Mining Corporation EXPERIENCE — INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
  • 43.
    • EAF Dust and Fly Ash
    • MHF provides rail transportation of electric arc furnace (EAF) dust using MHF-supplied covered hopper cars from ArcelorMittal’s Vinton, TX facility to Monterrey, Mexico
    • MHF was awarded a three-year contract to assume a fleet of pressure differential hopper cars to transport fly ash from Cogentrix’s Indiantown and Cedar Bay stations to Mauk, GA
    Case Study 2: ArcelorMittal / Veolia EXPERIENCE — INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
  • 44. Case Study 3: Systech Environmental Corporation
    • Equipment Leasing
    • MHF has a long-standing contract to lease private, dedicated tank cars to Systech Environmental Corporation, the leading provider of waste co-processing services in North America
    • MHF also arranges the rail transportation of tank cars loaded with hazardous or non-hazardous liquids for certain transportation lanes
    EXPERIENCE — INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
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