Landtransport kontra sjøtransport, hva påvirket valgene i Hydro Aluminium?<br />Presented by Elisabeth Holmsen<br />Ålesun...
Norsk Hydro Business Areas<br />CEO<br />Svein Richard Brandtzæg<br />Energy<br />Ola Sæter<br />Primary Metal<br />Hilde ...
Casthouse Products<br />Wire Rod<br />Sheet Ingot<br />Foundry Alloys<br />Extrusion Ingot<br />
L&D Casthouse outbound transport<br />Various transportation modes in the Casthouse value chain<br />Inbound<br />Internal...
Distribution pattern and volumes 2010<br />
Direct trucking/train165 000 mt~ 6600 trucks<br />Customerslocations<br />Norwegian Casthouseproduction<br />Truck<br />82...
Decision parameters<br />HES<br /><ul><li> Type of Vessel
 Procedures
 Providers
No of kilometers on road</li></ul>Customer Demands<br /><ul><li> Flexibility
 Lead time
 OTD
 Preserved quality</li></ul>Decision on solution and provider<br />Solutions availability<br /><ul><li> Fleet development
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  1. 1. Landtransport kontra sjøtransport, hva påvirket valgene i Hydro Aluminium?<br />Presented by Elisabeth Holmsen<br />Ålesund 24. March 2010<br />
  2. 2. Norsk Hydro Business Areas<br />CEO<br />Svein Richard Brandtzæg<br />Energy<br />Ola Sæter<br />Primary Metal<br />Hilde M. Aasheim<br />Metal Markets<br />Kjetil Ebbesberg<br />Rolled Products<br />Oliver Bell<br />Extruded <br />Products<br />Johnny Undeli<br />Projects<br />Tom Røtjer<br />
  3. 3. Casthouse Products<br />Wire Rod<br />Sheet Ingot<br />Foundry Alloys<br />Extrusion Ingot<br />
  4. 4. L&D Casthouse outbound transport<br />Various transportation modes in the Casthouse value chain<br />Inbound<br />Internal<br />Outbound<br />Customerslocations<br />Suppliers<br />Direct trucking<br />Truck<br />Liquid<br />Remelt<br />Casthouseproduction<br />Rail<br />Truck<br />Sea<br />Alloys<br />Rail<br />Scrap<br />Internaltransport<br />Stevedoring<br />Loading<br />Barge<br />
  5. 5. Distribution pattern and volumes 2010<br />
  6. 6. Direct trucking/train165 000 mt~ 6600 trucks<br />Customerslocations<br />Norwegian Casthouseproduction<br />Truck<br />820 000 mt~32 500 trucks<br />Sea transport1100 000 mt~ 550 Vessels<br />Rail<br />Truck<br />Rail<br />22 000 mt<br />Stevedoring<br />Barge<br />260 000 mt<br />Norwegian system<br />Transport volumes<br />Annual sales orders approx. 50.000<br />
  7. 7. Decision parameters<br />HES<br /><ul><li> Type of Vessel
  8. 8. Procedures
  9. 9. Providers
  10. 10. No of kilometers on road</li></ul>Customer Demands<br /><ul><li> Flexibility
  11. 11. Lead time
  12. 12. OTD
  13. 13. Preserved quality</li></ul>Decision on solution and provider<br />Solutions availability<br /><ul><li> Fleet development
  14. 14. Port restraints
  15. 15. Truck capacity
  16. 16. Front haul/back haul
  17. 17. Flexibility</li></ul>Quality <br /><ul><li> Number of handlings
  18. 18. Exposure to weather
  19. 19. Load securing
  20. 20. Reliability</li></ul>Cost<br /><ul><li> Total cost to market
  21. 21. Front haul/back haul</li></li></ul><li>Case example Årdal<br />Background<br />Årdal has a yearly production of approximately 190 kmt SI and 130 kmt FA. <br />Hydro has a major market for FA products in Central Europe<br />In 2009 there was a shift in volumes. Hydro needed to redesign the logistics solution in Sognefjorden.<br />Options<br />Extra vessels to Amsterdam<br />Direct trucking to Central Europe <br />“Re-open” vessel solution to Baltic (Rostock)<br />
  22. 22. Alternatives - illustration<br /><ul><li> Not significant differences in trucking distance to between alternatives
  23. 23. Back haul / front haul</li></ul>Årdal – Poland back haul <br />Amsterdam – Poland front haul<br />1600 km / 1450 km<br />1650 km / 1300 km<br />1900 km / 1350 km<br />
  24. 24. Order fulfillment timeline (leadtime) Norwegian sources -“Normal orders” - Make-to-Order production<br />Production planning<br />P<br />Call off/Booking/Optimizing<br />Shipment<br />12<br />11<br />10<br />9<br />8<br />7<br />6<br />5<br />4<br />3<br />2<br />1<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />6<br />7<br />8<br />9<br />1<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />6<br />7<br />8<br />9<br />10<br />11<br />12<br />13<br />14<br />15<br />16<br />17<br />18<br />19<br />20<br />20<br />19<br />18<br />17<br />16<br />15<br />14<br />13<br />Scandinavia – 14 days (EI)<br />Trucking FA toCentral Europe3-4 weeks<br />Continental Europe3.5-4 weeks<br />Iberia4-5 weeks<br />Mediterranean4-7 weeksItaly & Greece<br />Production<br />Seaborne<br />Stevedoring<br />Trucking<br />Sales & Marketing; Metal Management <br />Primary Metal<br />Logistics & Distribution<br />
  25. 25. The alternatives - advantages<br />Trucking<br /><ul><li>Norway - Central Europe is back haul
  26. 26. High flexibility</li></ul>Short lead-time<br />Limited no of handlings – preserves quality<br />Cost advantageous<br />Seaborne thru Amsterdam<br /><ul><li> Experienced and professional providers
  27. 27. Reasonably good vessel availability </li></ul>Continent: good truck availability - alternatives available<br />
  28. 28. The choice<br />Direct trucking to Central Europe<br />The future preference<br />A competetive vessel solution via a port in the Baltic<br />
  29. 29. www.hydro.com<br />

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