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Air Cargo Opportunities in India. Preston Murray Chief Executive Officer National Air Cargo. National Air Cargo. Freight Forwarder and Cargo Airline Core Competencies Four Rings of Market Focus

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Air Cargo Opportunities in India

Preston Murray

Chief Executive Officer

National Air Cargo

national air cargo
National Air Cargo

Freight Forwarder and Cargo Airline

Core Competencies

Four Rings of Market Focus

India Market Aspirations  emerging opportunities bolstered by growing U.S.-India strategic partnership

india air cargo growth
India Air Cargo Growth

Indian Air Cargo Growth

India Market Begins Rebound

  • India market rebounding with double digit growth in October 2009
  • Domestic cargo growing faster than international since January 2009

Source: Airports Authority of India, Monthly Traffic News

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International

Air Cargo Volume

1,097,447

1,186,797

1,148,328

(Nov-Oct)

YE 9/2006

YE 9/2007

YE 9/2008

  • Current recovery since January 2009 has brought volumes back to within 2% of historical peak

Source: Airports Authority of India, Monthly Traffic News

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Domestic

Air Cargo Volume

557,600

568,846

598,014

(Nov-Oct)

YE 9/2006

YE 9/2007

YE 9/2008

  • Domestic cargo at historically highest volume
  • Domestic volumes approaching 60% of international volumes

Source: Airports Authority of India, Monthly Traffic News

india international trade profile
India International Trade Profile
  • Diamond, precious metals and jewelry are top candidates for air cargo

Source: CIA Country Factbook & Comtrade UN

india the next china
India the Next China?

China International Trade Profile

  • China’s top imports/exports are high value items benefiting from air cargo

Source: CIA Country Factbook & Comtrade UN

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India Market Strengths

Strong economic growth

  • Average GDP growth over 7% past decade
  • Net exports grew over 24% in 2008
  • Net imports grew over 36% in 2008

Strong growth forecasts for air cargo

  • International growth at 6.8% per year through 2013
  • Domestic growth at 9.9% per year through 2013
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India Market Weaknesses

  • Lack of proper infrastructure is a roadblock to efficient cargo handling
    • Cargo warehousing
    • Multi-modal links for local distribution
  • Regulatory and foreign ownership issues
    • Foreign ownership capped at 74% in cargo air carriers
    • Foreign airlines may have no ownership in airlines
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India Market Opportunities

Lagging infrastructure creates many

partnership & investment opportunities

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India Market Threats

  • Slow global economic recovery
  • Uneven economic recovery
    • Global recovery led by India, China and Asian economies
  • Fuel price volatility
  • Terrorism
  • Protectionism in developed countries
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U.S. – India Strategic Partnership

  • Key strategic partner with common interests to U.S.
    • Nuclear non-proliferation
    • Counter-terrorism
    • Military cooperation and joint exercises
    • Central Asia stability and Afghanistan reconstruction
  • Military sales and support
    • Modernization
    • Life-cycle support
    • Long-term industrial partnership
  • Substantial air cargo implications
    • Integrating India into global supply-chain
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National in India

  • Emerging Opportunities
    • Military sales and support
    • Nuclear and electric power generation equipment
    • Oil exploration rigs and drills
    • Earth moving and construction equipment
    • Afghanistan reconstruction and other humanitarian efforts
  • Foreign ownership limit in Indian carriers implies need for Indian JV partner to participate in Domestic market growth
thank you
Thank You

Preston Murray

Chief Executive Officer

National Air Cargo