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Presentation. Potential Project Outlines Port of Genova Wiesbaden, July 2004. Operation. Infrastructure. Contents. Port Logistics. Port Railway Hinterland Connection Terminal Layout. TrainCheck Scheduling Software TerminalCheck. Location Planning Benchmarking Cargo Handling

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Potential Project Outlines Port of Genova

Wiesbaden, July 2004


Contents

Operation

Infrastructure

Contents

Port

Logistics

Port Railway

Hinterland Connection

Terminal Layout

TrainCheck

Scheduling Software

TerminalCheck

Location Planning

Benchmarking

Cargo Handling

Warehousing


Port railway background

Infrastructure

Port Railway - Background

  • Change in the structure of goods from bulk commodities to container logistics

  • The rail transport of goods is still of greatimportance for the connection to the hinterland- it has the power to move mass amounts of goods- thereby enhancing the competitiveness of the ports- efficient utilization of the quay areas

  • The rail infrastructure must be adapted to the needsof container logistics- change of requirements- large growth in container handling- prevention of extensive expansion measures

  • Access to the quayside railway infrastructure- questions of management- provide access for private railway enterprises- judicial frame through EU-directive

Example: Ports of Bremen


Port railways judicial background

Infrastructure

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1

Status Quo behalten

Keep the status quo

2

2

2

2

Ausschreibung der

Tender the shunting operations

Rangierarbeiten

3

3

3

3

Opening to several RC‘s

Öffnung für mehrere EVU

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4

4

4

Offer shunting operations yourself

Rangieren selbst anbieten

Port Railways - Judicial Background

EU-directives

  • demand non-discriminatory access to the railway track in the ports

  • is momentarily being transcribed in national law (3rd novel of the AEG)

  • The actual design is not regulated, thus offering various models:


Potential aims for the ports of stockholm

Infrastructure

Potential Aims for the Ports of Stockholm

  • To adapt the substructures and the rail transport flow in the Ports of Stockholm to the demands of the market.

  • To obtain an improved transparency of costs in the seaport-hinterland rail transport chain.

  • To create a strategic alignment of the responsibility of the infrastructure, which is made available for the rail transport of goods.

  • To capture the rationalization potential in rail operations, a potential originating from the shift from the classic shunting services to shuttlelike rail operations for container traffic.

  • To develop a cost and performance oriented pricing system for the utilization of the Port’s own railway infrastructure.

  • To develop an efficient starting base for the rail connections of the Stockholm Ports and thus the improvement of the competitive positioning of the Stockholm Ports


Presentation

Infrastructure

Hinterland Connection

Example:

Niedersachsen-Kombi-Express

Load units per Working Day


Presentation

Infrastructure

Possible Connection to

Schleswig - Holstein

and Denmark

Hinterland Connection

Example:

Niedersachsen-Kombi-Express


Presentation

Infrastructure

Hinterland Connection – Possible Project Contents

  • Analysis of Potential

  • Infrastructure / Location

    • Technical Layout

    • Planning And Optimization

  • Co-operation

    • Optimal Management of the Connections

    • Integration with Logistical Process Chains

  • Technology

    • Which Railway Technology is available?

    • Technical Equipment

  • Profitability

    • Operator Models

    • Tools


Terminal layout

Infrastructure

Terminal Layout

Example: Port of Novorossisk

Rail-Track Radius of 350 meters

Railway Park On Port

12 Rail Tracks

Unused Storage Capacity


Terminal layout1

Infrastructure

Terminal Layout

Example: Port of Bonn

  • Container Movement Area

  • Turn-over Track

  • Crane Area

Empty

container

storage

  • Movement Area for Trucks

Verwaltung

Am

Zehnhoff

  • Paper Works

  • Ship Allocation

  • Empty Container Storage

  • ca. 9.000 m²

  • Problem AreaCross-over Traffic

  • Container Storage

  • ca. 3.500 m² + 800 m²


Terminal layout2

Infrastructure

Terminal Layout

Example: Port of Bonn

N

Pipeline

The Rhine

Container-

bridge

Crane 5

Crane 2

Container

Cut off trench

Container

See seperate

description

Container

Shell

DEA

Storage

Scale

Trade and com-

merce buildings

Parking area

Storage building

Storage

building

Admini-

stration

Riegelbebauung

Riegelbebauung

External Areas

Office Building

Parking Area

Storage Building

Hoffläche

Port Boundary

Storage Area

Office / Industry

Bicycle Road


Terminal layout analysis of status quo

Infrastructure

Terminal Layout – Analysis of Status Quo

Example: Port of Hamburg


Presentation

Infrastructure

Terminal Layout

Example: Infraserv, Trimodal Terminal


Traincheck

Operation

TrainCheck

  • A TransCare Product to Calculate Railway Traffic Costs

    • Costs per Train

    • Costs per Kilometer

    • Costs per Ton

    • Costs per Container/TEU

  • Contains Data Pool for Locomotives andRailcars at Market Prices

  • Continuously updated Data-Base


Scheduling software

Operation

Scheduling Software

  • Identification of Available Tracks

  • Automatically Riding-Time Calculation by Using Real Operational Conditions (Basis: Infrastructure Data, Tractive Units, Railcars)

  • Performance Evaluation of Rail Tracks and Evaluation of Practical Implementation of Different Operational Scenarios

  • Foresighted Identification of Local/Regional Railway Infrastructure Capacity Bottlenecks


Terminalcheck

Operation

TerminalCheck

  • A TransCare Product to Calculate Investments and Operational Costs for Rail/Road/Ship Terminals

  • Contains a Data Pool of Different Handling Equipments and Benchmarks

  • Cost Calculation:

    • Area Costs

    • Railway Tracks

    • Artificial Buildings

    • Handling Equipment (e.g. Cranes)

    • Operational Costs

    • Investments

    • Annual Costs per Lift


Important issues

Port Logistics

Important Issues

  • Optimized Cargo Handling at Ship and Hinterland Connection

    • Efficient processes to ensure port attractiveness

  • Benchmarking of the Port’s Cargo Handling Capabilities

    • Logistical Strengths and Weaknesses

    • Costs, Warehouse situation, Commissioning, etc

  • Location Planning

    • Analysis of transport flows

    • Analysis of warehouse capacities

  • Infrastructure Connection Planning

    • Road and rail

    • Domestic and sea ports

    • Airports

  • Warehouse Logistics

Organisation

  • IT in the Terminal

  • Container Technology

  • Empty Container Storage

    Equipment Purchases

  • Applied Technology

    Benchmarking

  • Choice of Railway Companies

  • Railway Operation Processes


Transcare ag seaport projects

1997 North German Ports - Strategy Coaching

1998 HHLA - Port Railway concept

1998 Lübeck Shuttle

1998 Regional Freight Traffic Centre, Stade - Analysis of Freight potential

1998 Terminal Brunsbüttel (Hoyer)

1999 Port Railway Hamburg - Implementation

1999 Amsterdam Port - Optimization of the Port infrastructure

2000 Hamburg - Marketresearch Continental Traffic

2000 Rotterdam/Hamburg – Benchmark analysis

2000 Lübeck-Siems – Track concept

2000 Deep Sea Port Cuxhaven – Hinterland traffic

2000 Strengthening and expansion of the market position of Ports

2000 Deep Sea Port Wilhelmshaven – Hinterland traffic

2001 Port Railways in Niedersachsen, Germany

2002 Container Shuttle Bremerhaven – Cuxhaven

2002 Cuxhaven – Shunting concept

2002 Wilhelmshaven Port - Northbound connection

2003 Hannover – Inland schiff

2003 Duisburg Hafen

2003 Major European Deep Sea Port – Hinterland Rail Concept

2004 Hafen Nürnberg – Restructuring

2004 C-Port Cloppenburg – Feasibility Study

TransCare AG - Seaport Projects


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