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Global Rail Freight Conference New Dehli, India 22-24 March 2007 Patrick Ben Arous. PART 1 CMA CGM GROUP. History of CMA CGM. … from 1978 to 2007. Jacques R. Saadé Chairman. Acquisition of DELMAS. First office in China (Shanghaï). Acquisition of ANL. 1996. 1992. 1998. 1978.

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Global Rail Freight Conference

New Dehli, India 22-24 March 2007

Patrick Ben Arous


PART 1

CMA CGM GROUP


History of cma cgm
History of CMA CGM

… from 1978 to 2007

Jacques R. Saadé

Chairman

Acquisition of

DELMAS

First office in China

(Shanghaï)

Acquisition

of ANL

1996

1992

1998

1978

2006

Creation of the Compagnie

Maritime d’Affrètement

(CMA)

Acquisition

of CGM


TOP 10: Global carriers

  • Maersk Line - Denmark 1 750 000 16.6 %

  • MSC – Switzerland 1 000 000 10 %

  • CMA CGM - France 700 000 6.9 %

  • Evergreen - Taïwan 550 000 5.2 %

  • Hapag Lloyd - Germany 460 000 4.5 %

  • CSCL - China 400 000 3.8 %

  • COSCO - China 390 000 3.7 %

  • APL - Singapore 340 000 3.3 %

  • HANJIN - Korea 340 000 3.3 %

  • NYK - Japan 330 000 3.2 %

Slot capacity

% total

Source: BRS-Alphaliner,6/04/06

Source: AXS-Alphaliner dtd 1.02.07


CMA CGM group key figures

Estimated Turnover 06 6,8 billion euros

Estimated Teus 06 6 million teus

Vessels + 300

Slots available 700,000 teus

Services more than 82

Staff Worldwide 12 000

Staff France 4 000

Offices Worldwide 600

Ports of call 350


Group’s subsidiaries : Intermodal Global Carrier

MARITIME

MORE ACTIVITIES

INTERMODAL



Number of containers carried

( thousands of teus)

6000

Including DELMAS

5200

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

3900

2800

2300

1900

1615

1350

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006


PART 2

MAIN ISSUES FROM SHIPPER PERSPECTIVES


Share of total sea trade

FORECAST

UP TO 19% in 2024

Trends in world economics and tradeGlobal Insight May 2005


115

105

Demand

85

84

80

( millions of teus)

76

75

70

68

65

60

63

60

55

55

50

45

06

01

03

05

99

00

02

04

World trade in Containers:

huge evolution

FORECAST

2006 - 2010

+ 10% per year

What’s about rail freight trafic evolution ?

Source : Dynamar Trades review


Newbuilds breakdown by size range : the size as a competitive advantage

The Drewry Container Market Quarterly – December 2006


the size as a competitive advantage

1rst generation (1956-1970)

500-800 teu

2nd generation (1970-1980)

1 000 - 2 500 teu

3rd generation (1980-1988)

3 000 – 4 000 teu

4th generation (1988-1996)

4 000 – 5 000 teu

5th generation (1996- - 2006)

5 000 – 8 000 teu

6th generation (2006 …)

9 000 – 11 000 teu

CMA CGM Bellini

5700 teus

CMA CGM Bizet

6700 teus

CMA CGM Ravel

6700 teus

CMA CGM Hugo

8200 teus

CMA CGM Otello

8500 teus

CMA CGM Fidelio

9400 teus

CMA CGM Medea

9400 teus

What’s about train capacity ?


Main issues
Main issues

  • How to secure ports terminals capacity ?

  • How to avoid ports terminal congestion ?

  • How to move quickly containers from ports to inland destinations ?

  • How to secure inland trafics ?

  • How to take better account of environmental concerns ?

Combined rail-sea transportation as a solution ?


The cma cgm answers a strategic development in various ports terminals to secure vessels operations
The cma cgm answers : a strategic development in various ports terminals to secure vessels operations

Malta Freeport

Marseille-Fos

Le Havre

Dunkirk

French West Indies

French Guyana

Lomé

Mobile

Tanger

Antwerp

Zeebrugge

Beirut


The cma cgm answers a strategic development in rail transportation

Partnership with veolia transport in Europe

Partnership with State Authorities to integrate Railways in the Multimodal Supply Chain.

Participation for developing with Port Authorities and Railways Companies :

china,

Marocco

Algeria

India

The cma cgm answers : A strategic development in Rail Transportation


An extensive rail service in europe

Gdynia

Bremerhaven

Hambourg

Poznan

Warsaw

Rotterdam

Duisburg

Zeebrugge

Anvers

Dortmund

Gliwice

Dourges

Mannheim

Prague

Le Havre

Stuttgart

Strasbourg

Munich

Bratislava

Paris

Wien

Orléans

Salzburg

Budapest

Sopron

Montoir

Bâle

Clermont-Ferrand

Lyon

Milan

Triestes / Koper

Bradu De Sus

Bordeaux

Bucarest

Gênes

Constanza

Toulouse

Fos/Mer

Marseille

Barge

Rail

Development Rail

Intermodal Dpt

Intermodal Dpt

An extensive rail service in europe


Main requirements for rail services
Main requirements for rail services

  • Frequent and regular roundtrip services

  • Capacity insurance

  • Quality of service : transit time, reactivity

  • Reliability

  • Efficient multimodal terminals

At a competitive cost !


In a nutshell
In a nutshell

How to organize rail services as an esssential part of today’s maritime business ?

Intermodal :

the future is now


Thanks for your attention

Patrick Ben Arous

Email : [email protected]


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