Supply Chain Map Europe 2012

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Supply Chain Map Europe 2012

  1. 1. Kiev Brno Moscow Lisbon Zürich Vienna Berlin Copenhagen Trelleborg Saint Petersburg Silesia Gdansk Belgrade Bucharest Ismir Trieste Athens Rhine Seine Danube Danube Danube Dnieper Volga Sava Rhône Elbe TRANS SIBERIAN RAILWAY GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% GDP >50% Lyon Bratislava Szekesfehervar Misk Göteborg Stockholm Zaragoza Birmingham Riga Kotka HamburgBremerhaven Warsaw Baltic Sea North Sea Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Barcelona Valencia Algeciras Marseille Genoa Le Havre Southampton Felixstowe Valetta Odessa Novorossiysk 1 2 3 4 >50%5 >50% >50% >50% >50% >50% >50% >50% Klaipeda Constantza Zeebrugge La Spezia Gioa Tauro Volgograd Nizhniy Novgorod Rostov Mariupol Bryansk Charkov Ankara Sebastopol Rome Naples Porto Oslo Krasnodar 25% 33% 20-25% 30-33% 19% 25% 12,5% 27,5% 21% 34,43% 24,5% 28% 19% 25% 20% 30% 12-22% 20% 26% 10% 25% 24% 10% 10% 10% 16% 10% 20% 10% 26,58% 15% 15% 23% 35% 26,3% 10% 9% 19% 20% Albania Greece Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Poland Ukraine United Kingdom Turkey France SpainPortugal Estonia Finland Latvia Lithuania Germany Hungary Ireland Italy Luxembourg Macedonia Malta Montenegro Netherlands Norway Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Sweden Switzerland Moldavia Poznan Billund Agunnaryd Lodz Torino Toulouse Munich Eindhoven Antwerp Helsinki La Coruna Prague Gent Rotterdam MILANO LUIK MADRID LEIPZIG ISTANBUL 1 2 43 5 SCHIPHOL FRANKFURT COLOGNE BONN LONDON PARIS Annual TEU 2010 (million) North America - Europe 2.8 Europe - North America3.2 Annual TEU 2010 (million) + 9% (2005-2009) 90.000 TEU + 10% annual growth 110.000 TEU 13.5 Far East - Europe Europe - Far East 5.6 to Suez Canal 5.9 Far East - Top 4 Sea Ports (North Sea) Urbanization (Eurostat) low high Distribution Hubs (Colliers, 2012) Existing Distribution Hub Emerging Distribution Hub 2020 Potential Distribution Hub 2020 Important InlandWaterways Railway Priority Axis GDP >50% GDP >50% Countries with GDP growth 2006-2011 > 50% (IMF) Countries with GDP forecast growth 2012-2017 > 50% (IMF) Car industry Chemical Industry High Tech Industry Aerospace Industry Motorways of the Sea Top 5 EU-Ports bases annual TEU 2011 1. Rotterdam 11.877 (growth 2006-2011 23%) 2. Hamburg 9.014 (growth 2006-2011 2%) 3. Antwerp 8.664 (growth 2006-2011 23%) 4. Bremen 5.916 (growth 2006-2011 33%) 5. Valencia 4.327 (growth 2006-2011 66%) Other important container ports Ports with annual TEU growth 2006-2011 > 50%>50% Corporate Taxes 2012 (Deloitte)20% Own Main Factory Europe Top 100 Brands of theWorld (Interbrand) LOGO Other important Airports Top 5 EU Airports annual Tons 2010 1. Frankfurt 2.198.814 2. Paris Charles De Gaulle 2.177.371 3. Schiphol Amsterdam 1.512.256 4. London Heathrow 1.473.083 5. Cologne/Bonn 644.023 Map creators: © Supply Chain Media BV, 2012

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