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Ukrferry 080713

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Ukrferry 080713

  1. 1. DFDS - NORTHERN EUROPE’S LEADING SHORT SEA TRANSPORTATION NETWORK ANDERS REFSGAARD VICE PRESIDENT 2013 JULY 8, ODESSA 1
  2. 2. DFDS PROFILE  DFDS is Northern Europe’s largest integrated shipping & logistics network  We operate shipping 20 routes  Have a fleet of 50 freight & passenger ships  Our Logistics provides freight solutions in Europe with trailers containers & rail  DFDS has 5900 employees  Is represented in 20 countries  Revenues of 12bn DKK  History starting from 1866 2
  3. 3. ROUTE MAP 3
  4. 4. SERVICES 4 SHIPPING FREIGHT SERVICES PASSENGER SERVICES ROAD & RAIL FREIGHT SERVICES CONTRACT LOGISTICS ALL ROUTES CARRY FREIGHT: ACCOMPANIED, NON-ACCOMPANIED TRAILERS, GENERAL CARGO, CONTAINERS, PROJECT CARGO. TERMINALS ARE OPERATED TO PROVIDE EFFICIENCY. MANY ROUTES CARRY PASSENGERS. MOST TRAVEL IN CAR. TWO ROUTES OFFER CRUISE EXPERIENCE. FULL & PART LOADS TRANSPORT SERVICES. AMBIENT & TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED. RAIL & WAREHOUSING. USAGE OF DFDS ROUTES’ NETWORK. FOR RETAILERS & PRODUCERS. INTEGRATED PART OF CUSTOMER’S SUPPLY CHAIN.
  5. 5. DFDS BUSINESS STRUCTURE 5 Baltic Sea Channel Mediterranean Passenger North Sea Nordic Transport & Nordic Contract Continental Transport Intermodal European Contract
  6. 6. DFDS SEAWAYS 6
  7. 7. DFDS SEAWAYS - FACTS 80 % OF REVENUES ARE GENERATED BY FREIGHT & 20 % BY PASSENGER DFDS TRANSPORTED 25 MILLION LANE METER FREIGHT IN 2012 DFDS TRANSPORTED 5 MILLION OF PASSENGERS IN 2012 THE LARGEST FREIGHT SHIPS HAVE A CAPACITY OF 370 TRAILERS THE LARGEST PASSENGER SHIPS HAVE BEDS FOR 2,000 PASSENGERS 7
  8. 8. DFDS IN THE BALTIC SEA 8
  9. 9. FACTS ABOUT DFDS IN THE BALTIC SEA: 2012 3 434 000 lane meters of freight 326 000 passengers 9 vessels 7 routes 9
  10. 10. LINKING BALTIC SEA WITH BLACK SEA REGION  Increased interest for an alternative solution via Illichevsk to Turkey and Georgia – either via railway solutions or truck via road;  Closer cooperation between partners in the Baltic and in the Black Sea region enabling the partners to offer a more structured service to the clients;  Using rail connection between Klaipeda and Illichevsk for non-unitized as well as unitized cargo;  Benchmarking, knowledge sharing and discussing opportunities how to improve each of our businesses is vital for success. 10
  11. 11. BRIEF OUTLOOK – FROM A NORTHEN RO-RO AND RO-PAX SHIPPING COMPANY PERSPECTIVE  European Comission policies: low sulphur requirements,  Moving cargo from roads to rail and water – not really…  Over capacity of trucks on the roads;  Increasing focus on intermodal setup – clients are requiring more and more sophisticated transport solutions;  Increased focus on the Black Sea region (BSR) – in particular increased interest in Turkey and Georgia;  More liberal cabotage rules for trucking companies, or…?  Constant oil prices vital for the stability;  Russia and WTO;  Competition between the transport segments – on sea as well as on land. 11
  12. 12. THANK YOU 12

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