POWER LOGISTICS ASIA
MARINA BAY SANDS
SINGAPORE 2013
PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES
 Brief Introduction to Aergo
 Typical Air Cargo Projects
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-sources of project air cargo ...
Introduction to AERgO
 Established in 2004
 Divisions
- Passenger (Fly in Fly out, VIP’s, Sports Groups, Disaster Relief...
Our Objectives
 Maximize client value for every dollar expended on air-

kilometres for charter services.
 How do we pur...
Typical Air Cargo Projects
Sources of project air charters and in particular, outsize
cargo
 Military support
 Oil & Gas...
Typical Air Cargo Projects cont…..
Global trends for outsize air cargo project movements
• Decreased Military involvement ...
Typical Air Charter Projects cont….
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Types of aircraft available
Antonov AN-225
Antonov AN-124
Illyush...
Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air
Charter Projects
 Common hurdles
 Landing permits
 Overflight permissions
 Un...
Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air
Charter Projects cont…..
 Important steps to perform well
 project plan
 assem...
Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air
Charter Projects cont…..
 Is there a more effective substitute for on ground

re...
Current Challenges to Air Charter Services
 Relocation of manufacturing operations to global locations

with limited supp...
Conclusion
 Air Charter is a capital intensive option to move heavy

or outsize cargo.
 To make it a more regular choice...
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International
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Typical air cargo projects, a brief familiarization
Steps toward execution of successful projects
Current challenges to global air charters

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PowerLogistics Asia 2013- Project Air Cargo - Removing The Gaps In Project Execution" - Jamie Kennedy, Aergo International

  1. 1. POWER LOGISTICS ASIA MARINA BAY SANDS SINGAPORE 2013
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES  Brief Introduction to Aergo  Typical Air Cargo Projects    -sources of project air cargo charters and in particular ‘outsize’ cargo - global trends for project cargo - types of aircraft used and their availability  Steps toward execution of successful air charter projects    - common hurdles - important steps to perform well - is there a more effective substitute for an on ground presence?  Current challenges to global air charter services
  3. 3. Introduction to AERgO  Established in 2004  Divisions - Passenger (Fly in Fly out, VIP’s, Sports Groups, Disaster Relief) - Freight - Government  On track to complete approximately 950 air charters across both divisions in 2013.  Over 25% of charters are for freight.
  4. 4. Our Objectives  Maximize client value for every dollar expended on air- kilometres for charter services.  How do we pursue this goal?  Identify opportunities for shared sectors or empty sectors.  Maximise utilisation of aircraft (choosing the right option), select the best fit for purpose aircraft to suit the job at hand.  Remove interfaces and gaps between relevant project participants
  5. 5. Typical Air Cargo Projects Sources of project air charters and in particular, outsize cargo  Military support  Oil & Gas  Mining  Humanitarian Aid  Disaster Relief  Livestock  Sports/Band Equipment (F1, Rock bands etc)
  6. 6. Typical Air Cargo Projects cont….. Global trends for outsize air cargo project movements • Decreased Military involvement in Afghanistan • New areas for natural resource projects • Mongolia • South America (Chile – largest copper mine in the world) • Africa (comparably low cost of labour) • Increased manufacturing in developing nations • Decentralization of global organizations • Continued support of Oil & Gas projects
  7. 7. Typical Air Charter Projects cont….           Types of aircraft available Antonov AN-225 Antonov AN-124 Illyushin IL-76 Airbus A300F Boeing B767-300F Boeing B747-400F MD11-F DC10 C130 Hercules
  8. 8. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects  Common hurdles  Landing permits  Overflight permissions  Unsuitable load configuration  Delayed manufacturing completion  Problems with road transport permits/ availability of suitable carriers and equipment  Airside access  Airport cargo screening delays  Paperwork!
  9. 9. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects cont…..  Important steps to perform well  project plan  assembling team to work with  Constant communication with all interested parties, most importantly      the client back up contingencies triple checking process arrangements with project participants looking for possible obstacles in advance timezone differences local contacts (with all relevant parties)
  10. 10. Steps Toward Execution of Successful Air Charter Projects cont…..  Is there a more effective substitute for on ground representation?  We would argue that there isn’t!  Provided you have an experienced and forward thinking representative on the ground, following each step of the process, the resulting smoothness and efficiency is proven.
  11. 11. Current Challenges to Air Charter Services  Relocation of manufacturing operations to global locations with limited support infrastructure for air project cargo.  Immigration/Visa rules and timeframes.  Overfly permits and other local government regulation.  Aircraft availability.
  12. 12. Conclusion  Air Charter is a capital intensive option to move heavy or outsize cargo.  To make it a more regular choice for companies considering their logistics options, all industry participants need to improve their operational performance BY REMOVING THE GAPS.

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