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  • 1. PresentationRederi AB TransAtlantic
  • 2. Our Company Head office in Gothenburg Own offices in Stockholm, Södertälje, Västerås, Helsinki, Antwerp, Hull, Sczcecin, Riga and Tallinn (Industrial Shipping); Copenhagen, Kristiansand and Moscow (Offshore/Icebreaking) Two business areas; Offshore/Icebreaking (with 14 vessels) and Industrial Shipping (with abt 50 vessels) About 950 employees, both ashore and onboard Turnover 2010 was 3600MSEK Listed on Nasdaq OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm, Small Cap segment with 5850 shareholders
  • 3. Our Company (2) Our Vision: TransAtlantic’s vision is to be the natural choice for their customers within the segments we operate in. Through committed work as a professional partner we provide solutions and systems of high quality and efficiency, adjusted for our customers needs. Our Concept: TransAtlantic Industrial Shipping offers customer-intimate and cost- effective sea transports and logistics solutions through a high level of expertise, efficient systems and adapted tonnage. Our Strategy: TransAtlantic shall develop business pertaining to existing leading- edge expertise in ice, sea and system operations. The organization shall be developed and focused on business influences and customer knowledge. The foundation for our work is Safe Delivery:  Safety - no personal injuries, no damage to cargo, vessel and the environment  Punctuality - always on schedule  Reliability - always fulfilling customers expectations  Environmental consideration - with minimum impact on the environment
  • 4. Business Area Industrial Shipping Business area’s concept: “We add value to industrial customers in Europe by delivering reliable and eco efficient logistics solutions of best quality” We operate with some 50 ice classed vessels together with our offices which are represented in 7 countries The business area Industrial Shipping is divided into 5 divisions who work together and can offer the customers “One-Stop-Shop” services:  Division Integrated Logistics  Division RoRo Baltic  Division Container  Division Bulk  Division Short Sea Bulk
  • 5. Business Area Industrial Shipping (2)Business area Industrial Shipping set-up: CEO CCO HR CFO Fleet Integrated Logistics Branch offices Sales Operations RoRo Container Bulk Short Sea Bulk Large Bulk
  • 6. Division Integrated Logistics
  • 7. Division Integrated Logistics Offering customers tailor-made integrated logistic solutions Extension of our maritime services by providing terminal operations, cargo handling, warehousing, intermediate storage and multi-modal distribution Representation by own offices and terminals in 7 countries Own IT-solutions to serve the customer
  • 8. Division Integrated Logistics (2)Our way of providing service to the customers: “One-stop-shop” Traditional shipping Our way to add value to the customer
  • 9. Division Integrated Logistics (3)TransAtlantic OfficesTransAtlantic terminals
  • 10. Division Integrated Logistics (4)Office locations: Terminal locations: Sweden:  Sweden Gothenburg  Västervik  Stockholm  United Kingdom:  Västerås  Hull  Oxelösund  Poland:  Norrköping Stettin  Södertälje Finland: Helsinki  Raahe United Kingdom: Hull Poland: Stettin Benelux: Zuiddorpe (NL)  Antwerp (BE) Norway: Kristiansand Russia: Moscow Latvia: Riga Estonia: Tallin
  • 11. Division RoRo Baltic
  • 12. Division RoRo Baltic The business area RoRo Baltic provides transport services within the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. Besides, the division provides tailor made logistic solutions as per the customer’s special requirements. 7 vessels carrying all types of cargo: rolling, unitized, general cargoes, high and heavy and project cargoes. Fixed liner services:  TransLumi Line | Kemi-Oulu-Lübeck-Gothenburg  TransBothnia Line | Kemi-Oulu-Antwerp-Zeebrugge  Route 61 | Gävle-Rauma Ports and terminals:  Kemi | Ajos  Oulu | Oritkari  Antwerp | Euroports Leftbank  Zeebrugge | PSA Wielingendok  Lubeck | Nordlandkai  Gothenburg | Älvsborg
  • 13. Division RoRo Baltic (2) Equipment: we have our own equipment such as 45ft cassettes and SECU containers and have possibilities to provide cabotage containers from partners which are active in container trading Possibility at TransBothnia Line to add Kiel on route both south- and northbound in the weekly schedule We strive to offer our customers 100% punctual sailing times
  • 14. Division RoRo Baltic (3)TransBothnia Line | Oulu – Kemi – Antwerp – ZeebruggeTransLumi Line | Oulu – Kemi – Lübeck – GothenburgRoute 61 Line | Gävle – Rauma
  • 15. Division Container
  • 16. Division Container The business area Container provides liner traffic between the Mälardalen/Stockholm, South of Sweden, Northern Finland, the UK, Holland and Germany. The lines are served by modern container vessels with high ice classification, and several of them have built-in dehumidifier for transporting moisture-sensitive steel products. The division also includes clearing, storage and forwarding operations. Through our ”door-to-door” solutions, we create high cost- effective solutions for our customers. 8 vessels in service carrying containers and unitized cargo Fixed liner services:  TransPal Line | Västerås – Oxelösund – Norrköping - Åhus - Hull – Amsterdam  TransFeeder North | Raahe – Oulu – Tornio – Kemi – Hamburg – Bremerhaven  TransFeeder South | Västerås - Södertälje - Oxelösund - Åhus - Hamburg - Bremerhaven
  • 17. Division Container (2)TransPal Line | Västerås – Oxelösund – Norrköping – Ahus – Hull – AmsterdamTransFeeder N | Raahe – Oulu – Tornio – Kemi – Hamburg – BremerhavenTransFeeder S | Södertälje – Oxelösund – Ahus – Hamburg – Bremerhaven
  • 18. Division Bulk
  • 19. Division Bulk The business area Bulk comprises contract-focused bulk transports using medium ice-classified vessels in the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the Mediterranean and the North Atlantic for primarily forest and steel industry with its high-quality crews and efficient tonnage, TransAtlantic’s prospects for building a strong market position in the segment are considerable. 4 vessels able to carry unitized, bulk and project cargoes Total capacity 14.000-20.000 DWAT Trade lanes:  Atlantic/USEC Pulp & Paper, Atlantic trade  Large Bulk segment, Europe
  • 20. Short Sea Bulk
  • 21. Division Short Sea Bulk The business area Short Sea Bulk is active in the short sea shipping market in the Baltic Sea, the North Sea and most western European countries. Besides, the division provides tailor made logistic solutions as per the customer’s special requirements, which could All vessels are adapted to suit all types of products that originate from the forestry and steel industries, but also various project cargoes and containers. All vessels are insured and classified in well-reputed insurance companies and classification societies and are covered by our extensive quality processes Active in contract based liner shipping and spot market
  • 22. Division Short Sea Bulk (2)Vessel: Year: DWAT Type:Nemuna 1998 4114 MultiPurposeDistinto 2000 4135 MultiPurposeForza 2000 4135 MultiPurposeLontano 2000 4135 MultiPurposeSonoro 2000 4135 MultiPurposeVolante 2000 4135 MultiPurposeRisoluto 1997 4145 MultiPurposeVisurgis 1997 4145 MultiPurposeMetallica 1989 4329 MultiPurposeErnst Hagedorn 1989 4401 MultiPurposeArina 1989 4402 MultiPurposeSereno 1991 4455 MultiPurposeSoave 1991 4455 MultiPurposeSalsa 2000 4646 MultiPurposeSamba 2000 4646 MultiPurposeSolenne 2000 4646 MultiPurposeSouno 2000 4646 MultiPurposeSubito 2000 4646 MultiPurposeFestivo 1979 / 1982 4600 RoRoBrilliante 1997 5557 MultiPurposeFurioso 2007 5580 MultiPurposeVigoroso 2007 5580 MultiPurposeAndante 2005 6397 MultiPurposeForte 2005 6397 MultiPurposeKarl-Erik/Oxelösund 1984 / 1994 6695 Pusher/bargeTransAndromeda 1999 6,700 BulkTransCapricorn 2000 6,700 Bulk
  • 23. TransAtlantic / Österströms Netherlands BVandTransAtlantic Benelux BV
  • 24. Our company Rederi AB TransAtlantic Benelux Branches Managing Director Financial Director Operations Sales
  • 25. Our businesses Liner agency World wide forwarding Tramp agency Chartering Terminal activities
  • 26. Liner agency Commercial and operational agents for TransBothnia service  Containerized shipments  Conventional shipments  Project cargoes Commercial representation of TransAtlantic services
  • 27. Project management Multi-modal transports and services  Truck  Barge  Rail  Deep sea conventional / containerized / project cargoes  Short sea conventional / containerized / project cargoes  Air freights Liner service related transports and services  Door-Door logistics  Stevedoring activities  Warehousing & distribution Non- liner service related transports and services Project cargo solutions
  • 28. Tramp agency Full agency activities for vessels calling ports at ARAG-range Physical contact with vessels through large specialized global partners
  • 29. Chartering Tramp chartering for own and third party vessels and cargoes Large network of brokers, owners, charterers
  • 30. Terminal activities The Mammoet Multi Purpose Terminal is situated in the port of Terneuzen on the Ghent-Terneuzen canal. 800 meter quay with a depth of ca. 12,0 meters. Outside storage area of 100,000 square meters. Covered storage capacity of 10,000 m2 , additional covered storage to be defined, to be discussed with clients. Strong geografical location: Terminal is near the river Westerscheldt and Nordsea. Close to Port of Antwerp (function as feeder station) Additional supporting devices as heavylift cranes, cranes with grab for handling raw materials, reachstackers, forklifts, trucks etc.
  • 31. www.rabt.se Niomånaders rapporten jan–sep 2009 publiceras 27 oktober 2009.