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Short Sea Shipping Short Sea Shipping Summit November 2006 Toledo USA MariTrade David Bendall Deputy Chairman ICHCA International ICHCA – dedicated to improving cargo handling productivity CEO MariTrade 1982 Former Mariner – Operations, Stevedoring Shipping Management – Finance

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Short Sea Shipping

Short Sea Shipping Summit

November 2006

Toledo

USA

MariTrade


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David Bendall

  • Deputy Chairman ICHCA International

    • ICHCA – dedicated to improving cargo handling productivity

  • CEO MariTrade 1982

  • Former Mariner – Operations, Stevedoring

  • Shipping Management – Finance

  • MariTrade – Shipping Infrastructure and Investment

  • Fast Ferry Operations and Investment

    www.maritrade.com.au


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HSC Applications

  • Passenger ferries

  • Ro-pax

    • Cars

    • Trucks

  • Dedicated Freight

  • Feeder Vessels for entrepot ports

    • Hub and spoke

    • Shuttle services

  • Coastal Shipping


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Transport Operations

  • Northern Europe

  • Mediterranean

  • West Indies

  • Canaries

  • Japan


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Fast Feeder and Short Sea Vessels

  • Demand growing for fast efficient transport systems

  • Need to reduce traffic on roads – congestion, fuel consumption and environment

  • More efficient stock management

  • More efficient logistics management


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A Viable High Speed Ferry Service

Short distance preferably <200 miles

  • Dense trade routes

  • High bilateral volumes of freight

    • Time sensitive

    • Perishable

    • High value

  • Small efficient terminals


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INCAT Tasmania – “Jervis Bay”

96 metres


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Incat : Spearhead

98 m Theatre Support Vessel “Evolution 10B”









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INCAT K ClassWidth – Lock Possible


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Austal: Vehicle / Passenger

101 metres

951 Pax

251 cars

or

16 trucks +

96 cars

37 knots



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INCAT

112m

Cross- section



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Routes

Hours

Miles

Truck Trips/week


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What Next?

Preliminary Feasibility Study

  • Infrastructure

    • terminal space, road access, cost

  • Ship

    • capacity, performance, schedules, cost

  • Market

    • comparative cost – road/sea

  • Voyage estimates

    • profitability

  • Preliminary investment analysis

  • Funding for full feasibility study






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