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Source: FMI – 2009 GDP values. Brazilian Trade Flow from 1990 to 2008 (in billion dollars, FOB). US$ 318. Bilhões US$. US$ 169. US$ 149. Source: SECEX *Jan/Out. Economic Environment in Brazil. 1994. Source: IBGE . Evolution of Logistics Performance Index - Brazil.

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Source fmi 2009 gdp values

Source: FMI – 2009 GDP values


Source fmi 2009 gdp values

Brazilian Trade Flow from 1990 to 2008 (in billion dollars, FOB)

US$ 318

Bilhões US$

US$ 169

US$ 149

Source: SECEX

*Jan/Out


Source fmi 2009 gdp values

Economic Environment in Brazil

1994

Source: IBGE


Source fmi 2009 gdp values

Evolutionof Logistics Performance Index - Brazil

Source: Banco Mundial


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Total Revenue of 3 PL X Quantity of 3 PL

PSLs

bilhões

Quantity of 3PL

Revenue 3PL (billions R$)

Source: Tecnologística Magazine.


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LogisticsCost

Logistics costs represents 11.7% of Brazilian GDP –

63% of logistics services are outsourced

3PL providers penetration in Brazilian market is similar to Europe and Asia-Pacific

Logistics costs correspond to approximately 9% of companies turnover

Source: ILOS Third Party Logistics Market Report – 2008


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Logistics Services most used in Brazil

1997

2009

Source: ILOS Institute


Ilos s logistic premium

ILOS´sLOGISTIC PREMIUM

Logistics Services most used in Brazil


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Transport Matrix (TKU)Brazil x USA

Transport Matrix (TKU)Brazil x USA

Transport and Cost Matrix

Modal

Brazil (2006)

United States (2006)

% TKU1

US$ / 1.000TKU

% TKU1

US$ / 1.000TKU

25,8%

56,5%

12,8%

4,8%

0,1%

17

107

27

30

688

38,5%

29,6%

11,5%

20,1%

0,4%

19

284

6

7

833

Railway

Roadway

Waterway

Pipeline

Airway

2006: U$ 1 = R$ 2,17

USA data are considering

just pipeline

Source:”Logistics Panorama – Logistics Cost in Brazil” 2008 COPPEAD

Analysis: ILOS Institute


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PAC Investments (Growth Accelerating Program)

The total investment planned in PAC is of US$ 259 billion.

Total investment in logistics is $ 30 billion (2007-2010).

Million US$

2007: U$ 1 = R$ 1,9478

PlannedInvestments (2007 – 2010)

Source: Ministry of Planning


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PAC Major Logistics Investments

Roadway

  • Improvements and duplication of routes

Railway

  • Expansion of existing network

Ports

  • Dredging


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Railroad NetworkCurrent x Planned

Current Network

PAC Railways

+

29.013 KM

8.000 KM

-

Source: ANTT; ONG “Contas Abertas”


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New Brazilian Railway Network

With this new network, it is expected that the railway modal will be responsible for about 32% of the Brazilian transportation matrix in 2025.

2006

2025

32%

37.000 KM

+

-

Source: ANTT; ONG “Contas Abertas”; ”Logistics Panorama – Logistics Cost in Brazil” 2008/2006; PNLT


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Our Pespective for Brazil: Demand

High demand for logistics infrastructure


Source fmi 2009 gdp values

THANK YOU

Cesar Lavalle

+55 (21) 9102-5375

[email protected]

www.ilos.com.br

Source: ILOS Institute


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