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logistics in the stuttgart region

Logistics in the Stuttgart Region

Holger Bach,

Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation

introduction
Introduction
  • Germany as being the leading economy in Europe, both in terms of GDP and population
  • The Stuttgart Region is one of the driving forces in Germany and in Baden-Württemberg, it accounts for 30% of GDP, 25 % of the population, while only 10% of the territory
  • Other advantages:
    • Our companies are highly successful beyond Germany‘s borders
    • The Region encompasses the most important growth enterprises of the future
  • Logistics Goods mobility for efficient division of labor in the enterprises, and for Import / Export
  • The most appropriate formula for the explanation of the term logistics is:“the right merchandise at the right time on the right place”
contents
Contents
  • Significance of the logistics sector
  • Germany as a logistics location
  • The Stuttgart Region
  • Description of the existing logistics locations
  • Initiatives of the Stuttgart Region
  • Conclusion
significance of the logistics sector
Significance of the logistics sector
  • In Germany, 2.7 million people (around 8% of the total working population) work in this sector  a figure unmatched by any other sector
  • Annual business turnover: 70 € billion
  • Around 15 € billion are invested each year in logistics real estate, technologies, and qualification measures
  • Germany holds 28%of the Europeanlogistics market, and enjoys an excellent international reputation (innovations, creativity, know-how...)
  • Includes around 60,000 enterprises
  • Represents 7,2% of Germany’s GDP
  • The sector grows faster than the economy  1% of economic growth means 3% of increase in goods traffic
germany as a logistics location
Germany as a logistics location
  • Germany as a significant and accurate location for logistics has leapt in the recent years, due to:
    • Its central geographical position in Europe
    • Its modern transport infrastructure
    • Its highly-qualified labor forces
germany s transport infrastructure
Germany’s transport infrastructure
  • Germany’s motorways, railways and interior waterways cover a length of almost 60,000 kilometers
  • 12,000 kilometers of motorways (the biggest motorway network in the EU)
  • 70 % of goods are shipped on motorways
  • 36,000 kilometers of railways (the longest network in the EU)
  • 60 airports, 17 of which are international
freight transport and logistics master plan for germany
“Freight Transport and Logistics Master Plan for Germany”
  • Actors: German Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs, together with experts from SMEs, big companies, and the scientific world
  • Time period: from early 2006 to 2008
  • Areas of work: improvement of infrastructure, links, markets, training skills, funding, and information and communication technologies (ICTs)
  • Objectives:
    • Optimization of inter-modal transport
    • Improved links from sea and inland ports, airports and terminals
    • Exploitation of ICTs to bring about better traffic, supply chain, safety and security management
  •  One of the most important expected results: less traffic
the stuttgart region
The Stuttgart Region
  • 2.7 billion of inhabitants, from 169 countries
  • Best high-tech region in Europe
  • Possesses a great number of industry-related research facilities
  • Records for the highest rate of industry-funded Research & Development, as well as for the biggest patent applications in Germany
  • Accounts for the highest export quota in Europe
  • Stuttgart Region : Capital City of Stuttgart + 5 counties (Böblingen / Esslingen / Göppingen / Ludwigsburg / Rems-Murr-Kreis)
the stuttgart region on the move
The Stuttgart Region on the move
  • Marshalling yard for freight trains
  • Inter-modal terminals connecting rails, roads, and waterways
  • At the junction of:
    • BAB 8 Karlsruhe / Munich
    • BAB 81 Singen / Heilbronn
  • Airport near the new fair
  • Train station connected to Europe – in 3.5 hours in Paris
  • Stuttgart 21
  • Suburban railway network / subway lines / bus lines
the stuttgart region strengths and weaknesses
The Stuttgart Region – Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Strengths:
    • In the Region, there is a series of logistics-oriented actors: all national and international most considerable enterprises are represented
    • A very well-developed freight infrastructure, in particular the road network
    • Economic boom in the recent years  Increase of traffic for the combined transport
  • Weaknesses:
    • Few available spaces: the port of Stuttgart and the freight depot of Kornwestheim only as existing structures assured of a good future
    • High rent prices:

Average rent prices for enterprises in the Stuttgart Region

existing logistics locations in the stuttgart region
Existing logistics locations in the Stuttgart Region
  • GVZ – Güterverkehrszentrum Kornwestheim
  • DUSS – Terminal Kornwestheim
  • Port of Stuttgart
  • Port of Plochingen
  • Stuttgart Airport
gvz g terverkehrszentren cargo transport centers
GVZ (Güterverkehrszentren) – Cargo Transport Centers
  • GVZ are “freight villages“, developed by governmental agencies in collaboration with the logistics industry (total of 33 GVZs in Germany)
  • They are freight support means and regional nodes
  • Services: customs clearance, security and vehicle maintenance…
  • GVZ Kornwestheim: Project coordinated by KLOK
  • Objective: Goods mobility and inter-modality in the urban center of the Stuttgart Region through the development of the area around the combination traffic terminal and the marshalling yard in Kornwestheim for a cargo transport center
  • Expected effects: total of 1,800 full-time employees + railway connection of properties
cargo transport center in kornwestheim
Cargo Transport Center in Kornwestheim
  • Planned net effective area offer: 50 ha (considered as being the minimum for a cargo transport center)
  • After stage of expansion III, holds itself with 15.9 ha beyond limits
  • 36% of green areas scheduled, among which so as to ensure fresh air supply for Kornwestheim
duss terminal in kornwestheim
DUSS Terminal in Kornwestheim
  • DUSS: Deutsche Umschlaggesellschaft Schiene-Straße mbH
  • Services (among others):
    • Customs clearance and treatment
    • Loading device examination
    • Storage of loading devices
  • Terminal abilities:
port of stuttgart
Port of Stuttgart
  • 24 enterprises:
    • DUSS
    • Eisen und Metall GmbH
    • Panopa Logistik
    • Heinrich Mertz
    • SCT Stuttgarter Container Terminal GmbH
    • And many more
  • In only 52 hours, the inland boats reach along the Neckar and the Rhine the ports of Rotterdam or Antwerpen
  • High-quality transport offers:
    • Inland boats, railway and trucks
    • Terminal for the container shipping
    • Freight depot for the combined transport rail/road
port of stuttgart cargo handling
Port of Stuttgart – Cargo handling

Waterway and railway

cargo handling in 2006

  • These goods came to the port or went off from there with 1,203 boats and 41,519 railway carriages.
port of plochingen
Port of Plochingen
  • 17 enterprises:
    • BayWa AG
    • Vöhringer Holzhandel GmbH + Co
    • Rhenus AG & Co. KG
    • TanQuid GmbH & Co. KG
    • etc
  • Handling means:
    • 3 cranes (3,6 - 25 t)
    • 9 container bridges (5 - 29 t)
    • 2 pneumatic handling systems for cereals and animal food
    • 2 fire-fighting equipments for liquid products
stuttgart airport
Stuttgart Airport

Around 60 Airlines and Charters

10.111.346 passengers

About 400 departures and landings each day

Turnover 2006:

211.1 € million

Around 400 hectares, including

190 hectares of green areas

air cargo center in stuttgart airport
Air cargo center in Stuttgart Airport
  • Figures 2006: 20,290 tons were sent by air directly from Stuttgart, including 9,786 tons of air mails
  • 78 enterprises
    • Air France Cargo
    • Cargolux Airlines International S.A.
    • ITG-GmbH Internationale Spedition
    • M&M air sea cargo GmbH
    • SAS Cargo
    • TNT Freight Management (Germany) GmbH
    • UPS Supply Chain solutions
    • etc
facts and figures about the new air cargo center
Facts and figures about the new air cargo center
  • The new air cargo center is operational since January 2002
  • Directly linked to the supra-regional road network of B27, B312 and A8
  • Ground rent accounts for 19 € per m2 and year
  • Capacity: 160,000 tons air cargo each year (before: 80,000 t)
  • 24 hours business
  • Directly accessible range: 129,000m2
  • 3 very modern freight terminals with:
    • Halls and goods surface: 40.000 m2
    • Office space: 23.000 m2
  • Total investments: 150 € million
  • 5 blocks for the planes, directly in the air cargo center
  • Direct accommodation roads
initiatives from the stuttgart region
Initiatives from the Stuttgart Region
  • KLOK – Kompetenzzentrum Logistik Kornwestheim GmbH

(Logistics Competence Center)

  • ENLoCC Project
  • openENLoCC
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KLOK
  • What is KLOK?
    • KLOK keeps a marshalling yard which will be in the future at the center of a network of logistics enterprises, scientific and transfer-oriented institutions as well as associations and enterprises in the environment of logistics
    • Network-oriented economic development Initiation and coordination of projects for the improvement of logistics infrastructures
  • Why having chosen Kornwestheim as home town for KLOK?
    • Modern, well-frequented rail/road combined transport terminal
    • Marshalling yard with future
    • Development of a Cargo Transport Center (GVZ) around these facilities
    • Central location in the north of Stuttgart with important shippers and enterprises with high logistics affinity
klok activities
KLOK Activities
  • Network for goods mobility and economic strength
  • Working group on goods mobility in the Stuttgart Region
  • European cooperation through the support of the transalpine rail traffic in the project „AlpFRail“
  • European development cooperation in Cargo Transport Centers in the project „REDETRAL“
  • Regional logistics portal LOGPLAT in the project „ENLoCC“
  • Advanced training courses LOGTRAINING in the project „ENLoCC“
  • European cooperation at the development of training material for combined transport in the project „TraLoLa“
  • Secretariat of the European network of Logistics Competence Centers „openENLoCC“
  • Official Competence Center of the Stuttgart Region and contact for all questions related to regional logistics
enlocc project
ENLoCC Project
  • Project partly financed by the EU
  • Significance of transport logistics for economic development and for climate issues
  • General objectives: to bring a noticeable effect and to improve European cooperation for sustainable development
  • Contributes to the following EU-strategies:
    • Putting the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) into practice: efficient and sustainable use of the infrastructure; transport; transport and networking; polycentric and balanced spatial development
    • Know-how transfer and optimization of the results from national and EU-programmes
openenlocc
openENLoCC
  • In Europe, 12 centers will be created, taking KLOK as a role model  KLOK operates the secretariat of this network
  • Constitution of logistics Competence Centers in European regions
  • Regional logistics platform (www.logplat.net)
  • Education and training in the field of logistics
  • Goods mobility in European networks and others ways
  • Logistics nodes
  • Logistics and SMEs
openenlocc partners
openENLoCC Partners
  • Austria: Office of the Carinthian Regional Government, Department of Infrastructure
  • Czech Republic: Břeclav Municipality
  • Finland: Center for Maritime Studies, University of Turku
  • France: CRITT Transport and Logistics
  • Germany: - KLOK

- LOGIS.NET: Competence Center for transport and Logistics in the Weser-Ems-Region

- WRS: Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation

  • Hungary: - Pannon Logistics

- KTI: Institute for Transport Science

  • Italy: - CERTET for Government of Lombardy Region

- LOGICA – Campania Agency for Logistics and Freight Transport Promotion

- Emilia-Romagna Region

  • Poland: ILIM – Institute of Logistics and Warehousing
  • Slovenia: University of Maribor
  • Sweden: Malmö University / RVC / STMÖ
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thank you for your kind attention

Thank you for your kindattention!

Holger Bach,

Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH

holger.bach@region-stuttgart.de

thank you for your kind attention34

Thank you for your kindattention!

Holger Bach,

Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH

holger.bach@region-stuttgart.de