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MOTA-ENGIL Group’s Overview
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The MOTA-ENGIL Group has three major Business Areas. It operates in 18 countries throughout branches and subsidiaries scattered around the world.
TERTIR is the sub-holding of MOTA-ENGIL Group for Port’s and Logistics Activities.
Ports and Logistics
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Financial Highlights | Mota-Engil
> Group Turnover 2007: € 1.4 billion
> Group Net Profit 2007: € 97.5 million
> Group Order Book 2007: € 1.9 billion
> Operations Spread Over 4 Continents:
North America, South Africa, Europe and Africa
Ports and Logistics
On Course for the Future
TERTIR's roots lie in the management of ports and land-transport terminals and this group of companies has directed its strategy at providing its customers a coordinate set of Integrated Logistics services.
The complementary nature of its services and the natural synergies generated by the various business areas have allowed TERTIR on an ongoing basis to increase value on its services for the customers, consolidating its position as a market leader and a referenced strategic partner in Portugal.
Providing an integrated set of activities in stevedoring, road and rail transport, intermodal logistics and facilities, distribution, forwarding and other related services, TERTIR adds value to the process of goods transport throughout the whole cycle, from initial shipper to the end of the consumption or manufacturing chain.
A part of the Mota-Engil Group, one of Portugal's leading economic groups, TERTIR plans to complement these activities with a coherent process of international expansion.
NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
FINANTIAL AND H.R.
A major link in the logistics
TERTIR occupies an outstanding position in port terminal operations. Consolidating its know-how in the concession of public infrastructures, TERTIR provides public service in the operation of Portugal's main terminals: containers, break-bulk and bulk cargoes, both foodstuffs and industrial. In this way, the ports of Lisbon, Leixões (Oporto), Setúbal, Aveiro and Figueira da Foz are served by a structures providing international quality standards and reliable services.
The present link between these port terminals and the national railway network is a critical factor, opening up competitive access to the entire western region of the Iberian Peninsula and in particular, to the major metropolitan regions of Lisbon and Madrid.
4 Container Terminals
> Capacity: 1.650.000 TEUS/year
> Throughput: 1.000.000 TEUS/2008
2 Break Bulk Terminals
> Yard area: 100.000 m2
> Handling: 2 Mtons/year
1 Grain Terminal
> Capacity: 1.2 Mton/year
Quay Lenght under Concession
> Aprox. 4.000 mts
Portugal’s first private railway
operator, fully equipped to provide
Takargo is the first private Portuguese railway operator equipped to act continuously throughout the Iberian Peninsula, turning the railway into an economically viable and environmentally efficient mode of transport for goods between the port terminals, the logistic platforms and the end customers.
For the three transport areas - intermodal sea, intermodal cars and specialized intermodal - one also includes services provided using swap bodies. Cargo handling and transfer between the various modes of transport are provided throughout a coherent terminal network, while complementary road services can also be provided.
Management of cargo flows using the various modes is a critical success factor on customer relations, and for this reason Takargo has implemented a service on the Internet designed to provide permanent cargo monitoring.
> 14 Euro 4000 locomotives fully equipped for use in Spain and Portugal
> 150 x 60’ platform wagons
Investment in the Project
> 80 M€
> Compsa Rail Transport, for all Iberian traffic
> Lisboa/ Porto
> Lisboa/ Badajoz
> Lisboa/ Vigo
> Lisboa/ Madrid (2009)
TERTIR’s forwarder business
at a global level
An outstanding platform in generating synergies within TERTIR, Transitex is the forwarder company that articulates all the movement of containers between logistic platforms and the port terminals, while also making full use of intermodal transport. TERTIR also provide services in Oporto and Aveiro Ports as shipping agent, trough local companies.
Transitex has accompanied the internationalization of Mota-Engil Group. Its branches in Portugal, Spain, Lithuania, Mozambique and Angola, and a network of exclusive agents in Mexico, Brazil, Russia and China reflect the extent of Transitex's world influence.
At Iberian level, Transitex is now a benchmark for the flow of containerized goods. The company plays a fundamental role in extending the hinterland of the port terminals operated by TERTIR in Portugal, and provides competitive access to the export foreland for Spanish companies located in the country's western and central provinces.
> 30,000 TEUs
> More than 300 ships/year
Response to the challenges
of competitiveness supported on the
country’s biggest logistic platform
A TERTIR subsidiary, LOGZ, is the promoter of the logistic platform at Poceirão, the biggest of Portugal Logistic. Located near Lisbon and a part of the national logistic platform network, the Poceirão platform will provide the infrastructure required to respond to the challenges of competitiveness and intermodality.
Its location allows it to serve the city of Lisbon, Lisbon's future international airport at Alcochete and the ports of Lisbon, Setúbal and Sines, while the road and rail facilities ensure excellent access to Portugal and to Spain. The rail interconnection between Sines, Setúbal and Lisbon will bring Spain closer, though its articulation with the new Lisbon-Madrid high-speed railway to be built with an upgraded conventional railway connection.
> 600.000.000 m2
> 850 M€
> Between 5,000m2 and 60,000m2
> Railway, Highway, Ports and New Lisbon Airport
Customer-designed Logistic Spaces
TERTIR can offer:
> Setting up BOT projects (Build/ Operate/ Transfer)
> Integrated Logistics expertise
> Experience on managing port terminals, forwarder services, intermodal transport and logistic platforms
> The synergized capacities and experience of it´s wide range of activities
> Door-to-door transport
> Consultancy in the logistic activities
> The support of MOTA-ENGIL worldwide organization