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Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
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Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
Romcargo maritim presentation odessa 2013
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  • 1. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal ROMCARGO MARITIM TERMINAL – GATEWAY TO EU Port facilities presentation 2013
  • 2. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Background of Romcargo Maritim Romcargo Maritim is a Romanian company established in 2006, following a split of the mother company, Carpat Cargo, a large freight forwarder of Romania. Carpat Cargo acted as the expedition company of Arcelor Mittal Steel factory in Galati, and handled volumes of 6-8 milion tonnes / year transported by railway. In 2007 Romcargo Maritim started a large investment plan for opening the first dedicated Roll-on Roll-off terminal in the Constanta Harbor, addressed to the growing needs of Romanian and foreign vehicle producers and importers. RO-RO activity started on 1st January 2008 in Constanta Port, with an initial area of 57.000 sqm. In 2008 and 2009, we extended our main terminal reaching 85.000 sqm. In February 2010 we opened our secondary terminal (30.000 sqm in Constanta Port) reaching a total area of 105.000 sqm. Currently, we handle all major maritime imports of passenger and utility vehicles to Romania, including Ford, Peugeot, Citroen, Renault, Nissan, and maritime exports of Dacia and Ford vehicles. Also, we provide services for vehicles in transit, towards Ukraine and Russia. Among our clients we have several logistics companies like TradisaStigler, Gefco, Lagermax, Omsan Logistics, Avtologistika LTD. 2
  • 3. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim - business areas After achieving a strong reputation in the automotive industry, as a service provider for Dacia- Renault and Ford, we focused on expanding the business towards other areas. • Main core business, Ro-Ro terminal – handling of new vehicles, since 2008 Unloading cars from trains, storage, loading / unloading Ro-Ro vessels (Pure Car Transport Carriers) and barges, volumes up to 100.000 units / year. • Project cargo and general cargo port services, since 2011 Unloading project cargo ( power windmills ) from barges and vessels, 38 vessels and 69.000 tones in 2011. •Ferryboat terminal, starting 2013 •Container handling, train and vessel operations – in development • Container stuffing – in development •Freight forwarding – in development • Barge transport on Danube, finished vehicles and general cargo. Romcargo Maritim’s facilities in Constanta Port can be easily adapted to various projects, including warehousing, container operations, loading/unloading general cargo from trains, long term storage, etc. 3
  • 4. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim targets: As a Ro-Ro terminal at Black Sea, our aim is to become a regional ro-ro hub terminal, serving Romania and neighbor countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldavia, Ukraine and even Poland. In 2008 we acted as transit port to Ford vehicles for Ukraine and Russia, providing faster and better solutions than Ilichevsk Port. In 2011 Romcargo started operating project and general cargo, centered mainly on power windmills, arriving in Romania from various destinations ( Spain, Portugal, India ). We are also focused on developing projects for intermodal solutions (barges) for vehicles transport and general cargo on Danube river on Constanta-Budapest-Vienna route. Currently we are pursuing a partnership with a Dutch company, specialized in barge production and transport, in order to establish a base for barge operations in Constanta Port, serving the Danube ports up to Bratislava. Romcargo Maritim is also preparing railway transport solutions for automotive industry, which we plan to deploy in 2014 for Craiova – Constanta route. 4
  • 5. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal General services provided for RO-RO clients We offer the following port services for new and used vehicles: • Loading/unloading from and to the Ro-Ro vessels (PCCs) and barges • Stowing inside vessels • Reception and inspection of the vehicles, according to the requirements and quality manuals of the client • Storage of vehicles according to the clients demands • Loading/unloading from and to the trains • Dealer split operations for dispatching the vehicles to various destinations • Vehicle Holding Center for long term storage (45- 90 days ) with fishbone parking inside Terminal A. As auxiliary services, Romcargo offers computer management of the stocks for a correct shipment of the destinations decided by the client, as well as different types of reports requested by our clients. On express demand of the client, we can provide other services, such as: vehicle washing, waxing, applying plastic protection, fuel supply, minor repairs. Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 5
  • 6. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim vehicle volumes 2008-2012 2008 Total volume : 41521 Export: 29254 Import: 12267 2009 Total volume: 58005 Export: 56446 Import: 974 2010 Total volume: 96.000 Export: 90.000 Import 6.000 2011 Total volume: 92.000 Export: 86.000 Import 6.000 2012 Total volume: 101.000 Export: 92.000 Import 7.000 2013 Exp. volume: 140.000 Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 6
  • 7. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim key facts 2013 • We are long term partner of Dacia-Renault and Ford for import and export of vehicles • Strong partnerships with sea car carriers like UKR Ferry, Neptune Lines, Cenk Car • Key partnerships with logistics companies : CFR Marfa, Tradisa, Gefco, Lagermax, Omsan • Transit terminal for Ukraine Georgia and Russia • Regular calls to our terminals – 2 ships / week • Serving several destinations : France, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Portugal, Algeria, Maroc, Italy, Georgia Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 7
  • 8. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo’s terminals overview: Total surface : 105.000 sqm Terminal A surface: 85.000 sqm Terminal B surface: 20.000 sqm Operations: 24h / day, 7 day / week Simultaneous storage capacity: 8.000 vehicles Monthly max capacity : 20.000 vehicles Railway access: 5 lines, 3 trains of 680 m simultaneous Train operation: 9-12 trains / week Truck operation access: 40 trucks simultaneous Vessels max operations : 5 vessels / week Personnel : 80 people, full time staff, trained Security : video surveillance and own security guards IT : software reporting on client’s demands 8
  • 9. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim location in Constanta Port •Both terminals are located in the south area of Constanta Harbor, offering easy sea access, with no waiting time for vessels •Road access to E87 by Gate 10 of the Harbor, 100 meters from the terminal PL6. •Highway A2 will be finished in 2012 and will provide direct access to South Port area. •Train access is done by 4 railway lines, which can accommodate 3 trains of 250 vehicles simoultaneously. •Danube Channel is situated very close, facilitating access on barges to the Danube 9
  • 10. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim Terminal PL6 – key facts Terminal PL6 •100 m away from Gate 10 •85.000 sqm •3 railway lines, 1200 m long ( 2 trains can be operated simultaneous) •6000 parking places •dedicated area for truck unloading ( up to 20 trucks simultaneous) •200 m berth with -7 m draft Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 10
  • 11. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Romcargo Maritim Terminal B – key facts Terminal 120 •900 m away from Gate 10 •20.000 sqm •2 railway lines 800 m long •2000 parking places •Berth A, 200m -13,5m •Railbridge for loading vessels by stern ramp Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 11
  • 12. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Terminals surface The entire terminals are covered with asphalt or concrete offering optimal conditions for storage the vehicles. Terminals are divided in several areas, with specific functions for the operations: truck reception area, train reception area, storage, damaged vehicles area. The entire area terminal is up to international standards. Fire prevention Fire protection system is implemented with special posts, hydrants, fire extinguishers, trained personnel and special supervisor. Fire brigade of Constanta Port is stationed 1 km away from terminal. Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 12
  • 13. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Facilities All the necessary facilities are available for the storing area in order to assure the functioning at a high standard level: • illumination coverage 100%, • drainage, • hydrants and fire protection. The whole perimeter is protected with fences and video surveillance. The security is covered by Romcargo’s own trained personnel. Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 13
  • 14. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Berths Romcargo’s berth from terminal PL6 is 200 m long, minus 7m depth, allowing ships to use both side or stern ramp. By latest 2014, the draft will be increased to -9 meters, part of a dredging project financed by EU. Terminal B has a berth of 240 m long , -13,5 m depth, allowing all vessels to be berthed by side, and also had a railbridge for loading by stern ramp. Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 14
  • 15. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Land access Railway access to terminal A: • 3 railway lines, 1200m long • 2 trains of 21 wagons simultaneous • dedicated area for 20 truck reception Railway access to terminal B: • 2 railway lines, 800 m long • 2 trains of 21 wagons • dedicated area for 20 truck reception Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 15
  • 16. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Operations Average train operation time : 29 vehicles /hour , 8-9 hours from train arrival to train departure ( 21 wagons, 290 vehicles, including takeover and survey) Vessel operation loading/unloading: 70-120 vehicles /hour depending on established procedures Truck operation: 5 minutes /unit, takeover, survey and move to stock Romcargo quality and productivity standards and indicators Romcargo compound damage rate : 2008 – 0,2% 2009 – 0,15% 2010 – 0,12 % 2011 – 0,1% 2012 – 0.1 % ISO 9001 certification Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 16
  • 17. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Significant facts & achievements Car-Carrier Ro-Ro operations 17 Exceeding 100.000 vehicles handled in 1 year - 2012 Loading one of the largest Ro-Ro PCCs in the world – A Ladybug 6.000 cars - 2013 Being presented in the CNN’s Gateway show, by Becky Anderson - 2013
  • 18. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Project Cargo operations – energy windmills 69.000 tones operated in 2011, 38 vessels Project Cargo operations 18
  • 19. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal Railway and Danube channel access to Romcargo Maritim Danube channel Railway access to Romcargo Romcargo terminal 19 Danube access
  • 20. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal • Ferryboat terminal: Romania – Georgia, started in May 2013 • Container handling, with train and vessel operations – in development • Container stuffing – in development • Freight forwarding – in development • Barge transport on Danube – in development New projects Romcargo Maritim projects 2013 -2014 20
  • 21. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal New projects Barge Transport on Danube 21
  • 22. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal New projects Ferryboat services - partnership with UKR Ferry 22
  • 23. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal New projects Avg 45 days transit time for containers from Central Europe to Georgia Avg 15 days transit time for cargo and containers from Central Europe to Georgia via rail and ferryboat EU link to Caucasus and Caspian countries 23
  • 24. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Ro-Ro Terminal New projects 5 days average time for full train from West Germany to Constanta Port EU link to Caucasus and Caspian countries 1 day for train discharge, 2-3 days waiting time, 1 day vessel loading 1 day vessel voyage, 1 day discharge 24
  • 25. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal 25 • The connection over the Black Sea has been for long time the missing link between the gates of EU and the Caspian countries, and further, to Middle East and Asia. The Silk Road project, mentioned in many EU projects lacked the Black Sea component, the connection between Constanta Port and the Port of Poti in Georgia. Romcargo Maritim and UKR Ferry started in May 2013 the first regular ferry service for this route, addressed to a growing market in the Caspian area and providing faster transit time and reduced costs. • The ferryline will decrease transit time and logistics costs for all kind of goods and commodities exchanged between European Union and Caspian countries and beyond. Old routes meant that the goods were transported by train from central Europe to Antwerp or Rotterdam, placed in containers, shipped via mother vessels to Turkey, trans-shipped to feeders and delivered after 45 days to Georgian ports. • Our solution, with railway transport from Central Europe to Constanta, and ferryboat connection to Poti Georgia, means only 15 days transit time and also reduces the logistics costs. • Any logistics company or traders exporting or importing in Caspian countries from the EU could benefit from the services of this ferryboat connection. EU link to Caucasus and Caspian countries
  • 26. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal 26 Romcargo Maritim terminal developments for container handling, general cargo and ferryboat operations
  • 27. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal 27 Romcargo Maritim terminal developments for container handling, general cargo and ferryboat operations Equipment investments in Q3 2013
  • 28. ROMCARGO MARITIM Constanta Port Terminal Contact: SC Romcargo Maritim SRL Intrarea Tintea 6, 1st floor Bucharest, 014627, Romania Tel : +40 31 6200 600 Fax : +40 31 6200 603 Email : office @romcargomaritim.ro Web : www.romcargomaritim.ro Thank you ! Dorin Iacob – CEO +40 723 677 637 dorin@romcargomaritim.ro Ionut Monu – General Manager +40 722 557 026 ionut@romcargomaritim.ro

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