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  1. Short Sea Shipping Short Sea Shipping Summit November 2006 Toledo USA MariTrade

  2. David Bendall • Deputy Chairman ICHCA International • ICHCA – dedicated to improving cargo handling productivity • CEO MariTrade 1982 • Former Mariner – Operations, Stevedoring • Shipping Management – Finance • MariTrade – Shipping Infrastructure and Investment • Fast Ferry Operations and Investment www.maritrade.com.au

  3. HSC Applications • Passenger ferries • Ro-pax • Cars • Trucks • Dedicated Freight • Feeder Vessels for entrepot ports • Hub and spoke • Shuttle services • Coastal Shipping

  4. Transport Operations • Northern Europe • Mediterranean • West Indies • Canaries • Japan

  5. Fast Feeder and Short Sea Vessels • Demand growing for fast efficient transport systems • Need to reduce traffic on roads – congestion, fuel consumption and environment • More efficient stock management • More efficient logistics management

  6. A Viable High Speed Ferry Service Short distance preferably <200 miles • Dense trade routes • High bilateral volumes of freight • Time sensitive • Perishable • High value • Small efficient terminals

  7. INCAT Tasmania – “Jervis Bay” 96 metres

  8. Incat : Spearhead 98 m Theatre Support Vessel “Evolution 10B”

  9. Ramps – Two Way Traffic

  10. Ramps – Two Way Traffic

  11. Wave Piercer Ramps

  12. Design and Operational Flexibility

  13. Military Application

  14. Working in Winter Conditions

  15. Heavy Vehicles

  16. INCAT K ClassWidth – Lock Possible

  17. Austal: Vehicle / Passenger 101 metres 951 Pax 251 cars or 16 trucks + 96 cars 37 knots

  18. INCAT 112m Truck Lanes

  19. INCAT 112m Cross- section

  20. Great Lakes

  21. Routes Hours Miles Truck Trips/week

  22. What Next? Preliminary Feasibility Study • Infrastructure • terminal space, road access, cost • Ship • capacity, performance, schedules, cost • Market • comparative cost – road/sea • Voyage estimates • profitability • Preliminary investment analysis • Funding for full feasibility study

  23. Cleveland to Toronto 300m

  24. Toledo – Detroit - Montreal

  25. Toledo to Montreal

  26. Duluth to Chicago 600m