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Seaboard Marine

  1. 1. EP JOHN 11397044 I MBA, DMS, SOMPONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. concept of the Fortune 500 was created by Edgar P. Smith a Fortune Editor In 1955, when Fortune Magazine published its first list of the top-grossing American companies, the firms on the list had revenues equivalent to 39 percent of the national gross domestic product. By 2010, the Fortune 500 companies generated revenues equivalent to 73 percent of GDP. The Fortune 500 is based on revenues or sales of the companies and is not based on profits or earnings.
  3. 3.  The Indian shipping industry consists of about 616 ships, with a total capacity of 6.62 million tons Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT). 258 ships are engaged in overseas trade and 358 ships ply inland routes. There are about 55 shipping companies in the sector, of which 19 deal exclusively in coastal trade, 29 are engaged in overseas trade and 07 operate in both types of trade.
  4. 4.  1919 - Scindia Steam, Bombay.(Navigation Company)-Made historical trip between Bombay and London with East India Company on 5th April
  5. 5. PLIMSOLL LINES
  6. 6. LINER SHIPS Travel on a regular voyage following a pre-established schedule and with determined ports of call. Quite a few follow RTW, either east bound, or west bound, passing through the Panama canal and Suez canal.
  7. 7. TRAMP SHIPS They travel wherever the market dictates. They carry only one type of cargo at a time for one customer. Tramp a taxicab / Liner a public bus.
  8. 8.  DEAD WEIGHT TONNAGE (DWT)
  9. 9. GROSS REGISTERED TONNAGE (GRT)
  10. 10. DISPLACEMENT TONNAGE
  11. 11.  PANAMAX SHIPS SUEZ MAX SHIPS CAPE SIZE SHIPS VERY LARGE CRUDE CARRIER ULTRA LARGE CRUDE CARRIER
  12. 12. PANAMA CANAL
  13. 13. SUEZ CANAL
  14. 14.  Container ships Roll-on/Roll-off ships Break-bulk ships Combination ships Lash ships Crude carriers Dry-bulk carriers Gas carriers
  15. 15. CONTAINER SHIPS
  16. 16. ROLL-ON/ROLL-OFF SHIPS
  17. 17. BREAK-BULK SHIPS
  18. 18. COMBINATION SHIPS
  19. 19. LASH SHIPS
  20. 20. CRUDE CARRIERS
  21. 21. DRY-BULK CARRIERS
  22. 22. GAS CARRIERS
  23. 23. Dry equipment -20 / 40 Ft Container40 / 45 Ft High Cube Container -102” High Cube ContainerRefrigerated Equipment -20 / 40 Ft ContainerSpecial Equipment -20 / 40 Ft Open Top Container -20 / 40 Ft Flat rack -20 / 40 Ft Platform -20 Ft Chassis -40 Ft Goose neck
  24. 24. “A LEADER IN OCEANTRANPORTATION”YEAR 2011 Revenues 4,385.7M$ Profits 283.6 M$
  25. 25. Seaboard Marine is an oceanTransportation company that providesdirect, regular service between theUnited States and the Caribbean Basin,Central and South America. more than forty vessels serving over Thirty-five ports Seaboard Marine trade leader in the Western Hemisphere. facilities include a private terminal of more than 80 acres at the Port of Miami.
  26. 26. “TO BE THE LEADER IN OCEANTRANSPORTATION TO ALL THE MARKETS WE SERVE” OUR EXISTENCE, PROGRESS AND SUCCESS DEPENDS ON OUR CUSTOMERS, BYCREATING A POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT WHERE WE CAN WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OURCUSTOMERS, LARGE AND SMALL, WE SHALLPROVIDE THE HIGHEST QUALITY SERVICE WITHOUT EXCEPTION
  27. 27.  Establishedin 1983, Seaboard Marine isa wholly-owned subsidiary of SeaboardCorporation. Strategicopportunities in more thantwenty-five countries. With each office and locationContributing steadily to our companysGrowth.
  28. 28. KEY EXECUTIVES - SEABOARD CORP (SEB)Name Board Title RelationshipsSteven J.Bresky 4 Relationships Chairman, CEO & PresidentRobert L.Steer - Chief Fin Offr & Executive VCRodney 22 Relationships CEO of Pork & PresidentK.Brenneman of Seaboard Foods LLCDavid M.Dannoy - Commodity trg & Milling and President of Seaboard overseas & Trading groupEdward A.Gonzalez - CEO of Seaboard Marine Ltd. & President of Seaboard Marine Ltd
  29. 29. SEABOARD CORP (SEB) Year over year, Seaboard Corp. has been able to grow revenues from $3.6B to $4.4B. Most impressively, the company has been able to reduce the percentage of sales devoted to cost of goods sold from 93.81% to 88.01%. This was a driver that led to a bottom line growth from $92.5M to $283.6M
  30. 30.  Seaboard Corp. SEB Stock Market American Stock Exchange Equity : US8115431079 (Description)Cur Bid Ask High Low Open Volume1841.56 1850.25 1899.93 1979.5 1841.56 1979.5 1736
  31. 31. BalanceCurrency in As of: Dec 31 Dec 31 Dec 31Millions of U.S. 2008 2009 2010Dollars USD USD USDRevenuesTOTAL REVENUESCost of Goods Sold 4,267.8 4,267.8 3,963.1 3,601.3 3,601.3 3,378.4 4,385.7 4,385.7 3,859.7 SheetGROSS PROFIT 304.7 222.9 526.0Selling General & Admin Expenses, Total 175.9 193.9 204.9OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES, TOTAL 175.9 193.9 204.9OPERATING INCOME 128.8 29.0 321.1Interest Expense -15.4 -13.2 -5.6Interest and Investment Income 22.5 32.8 26.8NET INTEREST EXPENSE 7.1 19.7 21.1Income (Loss) on Equity Investments 13.1 20.2 21.0Currency Exchange Gains (Loss) -19.7 2.4 1.3Other Non-Operating Income (Expenses) 2.5 1.2 -0.4EBT, EXCLUDING UNUSUAL ITEMS 131.8 72.4 364.0Merger & Restructuring Charges -- -5.3 --Other Unusual Items, Total -7.0 22.1 --Legal Settlements -- 16.8 --Other Unusual Items -- 5.3 --EBT, INCLUDING UNUSUAL ITEMS 124.8 89.2 364.0Income Tax Expense -22.7 -2.3 81.0Minority Interest in Earnings -0.6 1.0 0.6Earnings from Continuing Operations 147.5 91.5 283.0NET INCOME 146.9 92.5 283.6NET INCOME TO COMMON INCLUDING EXTRA 146.9 92.5 283.6ITEMSNET INCOME TO COMMON EXCLUDING EXTRA 146.9 92.5 283.6ITEMS
  32. 32.  More than seventy monthly sailings from Miami. Weekly service to Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Trinidad, Colombia and all of Central America from Houston. Also operate 62-acre terminal in Houston called Jacintoport . Weekly from New Orleans. Weekly service to Haiti, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic from Brooklyn. Weekly service to Colombia, Venezuela, Jamaica, Haiti and the Dominican Republic from Florida.
  33. 33.  Seaboard’s fleet of 40 vessels and nearly fifty-five thousand (55,000) dry, reefer and specialized containers. Our fixed-day schedules make it convenient for customers to coordinate manufacturing schedules and maintain inventories at cost- efficient levels. Convenient schedules, outstanding customer service and an expanding fleet of ships both commanded and managed by a company of dedicated professionals, has become the trademark of Seaboard Marine.
  34. 34. Unsurpassed security at both departure and destination ports.A careful check of equipments.Expeditious clearance procedures.Detail oriented employees at each end of shipments.Dedicated departments for all regions.
  35. 35. High level of attentionConstant communicationExpert knowledgeThe drive to provide service that is unsurpassed
  36. 36. Honest and Ethical ConductFinancial Records and Periodic ReportsAnti-Competitive ConductCompliance with Applicable Laws, Rules and RegulationsRelated PoliciesReporting Violations
  37. 37. Conflictsof InterestPersonal GainConfidential Information
  38. 38. Material Nonpublic InformationCompany PolicyApplication of Policy to Family Members and AffiliatesProhibition of Short-SalesProhibited Practices
  39. 39. Self service trackingReal time sailing schedulesFCL & Reefer bookings on-lineSpot/pick-up dispatch container instructionsBill of ladings previewCustomizable & on-demand reports.
  40. 40. Booking Request(The shipper or forwarder can use this transaction set to reserve cargo space)Booking Confirmation(This message is used to confirm the Booking Request)Ocean Shipping Instructions(This message supplies the same information as the Shippers Letter of Instruction)
  41. 41. Manifest data(This message is a summary of bills of lading on aManifest)Automated Manifest System (AMS) with US Customs(This system transmits inbound cargo information to US Customs)Bill of Lading data and Ocean Invoice(This message includes all information normally found on a bill of lading, including freight charges)
  42. 42. Arrival Notification(This message is used to notify Consignee of shipment arrival)Shipment Status(This message is used to report status or event details of cargo receipt, departure and arrival)TerminalOperations and Intermodal Ramp Activity(This message is used to communicate terminal and intermodal ramp activities)
  43. 43.  Vessel Schedule and Itinerary(This message provides all information necessary to communicate the schedule and itinerary of an ocean vessel) Electronicinvoicing and reconciliation with most of our equipment leasing companies. Seaboard has the ability to interconnect with customers via value-added networks (VAN), via FTP, or via AS2.
  44. 44.  EDImessages can be transmitted using either ANSI-X12, UN/EDIFACT, or XML.Planned EDI Services(New EDI opportunities are continually being evaluated. If necessary, our EDI specialists will work with you to explore customer-specific EDI requirements)
  45. 45.  Talent Experience Spiritof innovative thinking Desire exceptional service  Quality  Team work  Motivated  Self starter  Achiever  Committed  Creative
  46. 46.  Paid vacation & holidays Medical plans Dental plans Life Insurance Supplementary or additional LI Long term disability & disability insurance pgms. Savings & retirement plans Tax saving plans
  47. 47.  807 Division Caribbean Dominican Republic Emergency assistance Human resources Inbound Insurance & claims Legal Marketing North central America Sales South America South central America Webmaster
  48. 48.  135,000 Sq Ft Off-port Miami Large & small cargos 42 bay high ceiling Wireless infrastructure RFID
  49. 49. Real time visibilityDetailed information on receiptsDocument management & clearanceElectronic notifications of status change
  50. 50. Regular training modulesTraining on security proceduresSecurity of containersPrevent contraband smugglingSecurity in foreign ports
  51. 51. Totalof 3,200 Specialized containers57,000 pieces of cargo carrying equipmentHigh quality & right type cargos

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