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Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone

Abu Dhabi Ports Company

Abu Dhabi Economic Forum

Abu Dhabi, 2-3 March, 2009

the company abu dhabi ports company adpc
The Company — Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC)

Establishment

Mission

  • Established by an Emiri Decree in 2006 by to
    • Own, operate, maintain, manage and develop all of the ports in Abu Dhabi (excluding O&G and military)
    • Develop, manage and operate industrial, commercial and services special economic and free zones
    • To provide a viable platform that spurs the sustainable economic growth, industrial diversification, social development and global competitiveness of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi
the approach from vision to business plan
The Approach: From Vision to Business Plan

Context and vision

Building blocks

ADPC setup

Business plan

KPIZvision, strategy, and competitive positioning

  • KPIZ business plan
  • Financial plan
  • Macroeco- nomic plan
  • Implemen-tation
  • roadmap
  • Zone development
  • Commercial development

Abu Dhabi

long term development agenda

'Abu Dhabi

2030'

  • Implemen-tation requirements
  • for KPIZ
  • Real estate
  • Utilities
  • Labor
  • Raw material
  • Financing
  • Logistics
  • Admin. serv.
  • Other serv.
  • ADPC's role and business model
  • Business model
  • Role of ADPC

KPIZ strategic sectors

  • Basicindustries
  • 'Area A'
  • Downstreamindustries
  • 'Area B'

KPIZ conceptualdevelopment plan

ad government agenda on economic transformation summary
Build a

sustainable economy

Ensure a balanced social and regional economic development approach that brings benefits to all

AD government agenda on economic transformationSummary

Policy priority areas

Long term objectives

Maintain strong GDP growth momentum

1

Core

Reduce GDP volatility through diversification

2

Stimulate exports to link AD into

non-oil trade streams

3

Abu Dhabi long term economic vision

"Abu Dhabi is a sustainable, diversified, high-value add economy that encourages enterprises and entrepreneurship and well integrated in the global economy leading to better opportunitiesfor all"

Enlarge enterprise base by enhancing

private sector

4

Enhance competitiveness and

improve productivity

5

Develop an open, globally integrated

business environment

6

Develop a highly skilled and highly

productive workforce

7

Attract skilled workforce from abroad

8

Develop a sufficient infrastructure to support economic growth

9

Ensure environmental sustainability

10

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Education

Healthcare

services

Trade

Enabling industries

Transportationand logistics

Construction and

engineering

AD economic plan 2030: Diversification as key thrustManufacturing as major force of diversification  KPIZ as hub for manufacturing

Focus industries

Services

Manufacturing

Basic industries

Downstream industries

Energy, oil and gas

(Petro-)Chemicals

Metals and Mining

Construction materials

Electrical equipment and machinery

Aerospace and defense

Healthcare equipment

Pharma, biotech and life science

Food and Beverage

Financial services

Tourism (Hotels, restaurants and leisure)

Telecommunication services

Media and Information

abu dhabi targets 8 5 p a growth from non oil gdp kpiz to be a major contributor
Abu Dhabi targets 8.5% p.a. growth from non-oil GDPKPIZ to be a major contributor

KPIZ to significantly contribute to non-oil sector GDP growth

Abu Dhabi real GDP development projection

(USD B)

CAGR(2005–30) (%)

416

CAGR 6.7%

300

8.5

231

168

119

78

4.7

Total Oil GDP (%)

59

56

50

45

40

36

Total Non-Oil GDP (%)

41

44

50

55

60

64

Oil sector

Non-oil sector

Source: UAE interact; UAE Statistical Yearbook 2008; BCG analysis

by 2030 kpiz will be a major contributor to abu dhabi
By 2030, KPIZ will be a major contributor to Abu Dhabi

$180B

3.1M

91%

Rest of AD

92%

Abu Dhabi

9%

KPIZ3

8%

KPIZ

Exports2

Population

Share of KPIZ in Abu Dhabi 2030

%

$416B

100

36%

AD oil GDP

80

60

40

55%

AD non-oil GDP

20

9%1

KPIZ

0

GDP

1. KPIZ contributes 9% to total GDP and 14% to non-oil GDP 2. Including oil exports 3. Population living in KPIZ

port and basic industries as anchors of kpiz
Port and basic industries as anchors of KPIZ

Value-added products taking basic industryproducts downstream

Light Manufacturing

Support services to basic industries and light manufacturing (commercial, logistics, ...)

Logistics & Services

Businesses choosing KPIZ as preferred location regardless of links to KPIZ

Offices/Commercial

Urban living

Urban living offering (residential real estate, shopping, leisure/entertainment, ...)

Time

Initial anchor

Port

Aluminium, steel, chemical, glass, paper as heavy industry anchors

Basic industries

khalifa port
Khalifa Port
  • Reclaimed offshore island located 4.6km from shore
  • 12km long approach channel with 16m deep harbor
  • 5 development phases till 2030
  • 4 km2 onshore area
  • Phase 1 (Operational mid 2012)
    • 3.4km2 port island
    • Capacity: 2M TEUs, 5M Tons various cargo and 110k cars
  • Final Phase (2030)
    • 15km2 port island
    • Capacity: 15M TEUs, 45M tons various cargo and310k cars
    • 26km quay walls and berth
industrial zone four dimensions for sector prioritization
Industrial Zone: Four dimensions for sector prioritization

Why should ADPC be interested in a specific industry sector?

Bubble color

y-axis

D

Attractiveness for ADPC

  • ADPC revenue potential
  • ADPC capital intensity
  • Type of customers
  • Environmental footprint

1

Why should a company be interested in setting up in KPIZ?

2

3

4

Attractiveness of KPIZ for investors

C

Bubble size

x-axis

  • Cost advantage
  • Access to sizable fast-growing market
  • Leveraging unique KPIZ business environment

1

2

Why should AD/KPIZ be interested in a specific industry sector?

How much capital could be invested in each sector?

3

A

B

Attractiveness for Abu Dhabi

Size of sector in KPIZ

  • Macroeconomic impact
  • Knowledge development in AD
  • Environmental impact
  • Image builder
  • No. of potential investors
  • Avg. investment of industry

1

1

2

2

3

4

major strategic industries identified for the industrial zone basic and downstream industries
Major strategic industries identified for the Industrial Zone Basic and downstream industries

Downstream

Chemical

products

cluster

Construction

industry

cluster

(construction

products,

construction

companies)

Commercial

trans-

portation

equipment

cluster

Machinery

and

equipment

cluster

Electrical

equipment

cluster

(including

household

appliances)

Aerospace

and

defense

cluster

Clean

tech

cluster

Nutrition

and

health

cluster

(food and beverage, pharma-ceuticals)

Other manufactur-ing

1

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Engineered

metal

products

cluster

2

Paper,

printing and

packaging products

cluster

3

Trading & logistics (JVCO)

12

Basic industry

Petro-

chemicals

1

Aluminum

2

Steel

3

Glass

4

Paper

5

value proposition
Unique offering
  • Privileged access to competitively priced feedstock
    • Aluminum, steel, petrochemicals, glass, paper
  • Highly integrated setup ('seamless')
    • Heavy industries supporting downstream manufacturing clusters
    • Downstream manufacturing + services
    • Industrial zone + urban living

Port

Commuters (Dubai)

Offices

Down-

stream

industries

  • Easy access to major regional and international markets
    • Hub for GCC, Africa, South Asia
    • World class port, rail road under development

Basic

industries

  • Hub of talent excellence
    • Labor and education market
    • Dedicated vocational training centers for technicians, craftsmen, ...

Logistics

Maritime

cluster

Commuters (AD)

  • World class infrastructure & living environment
    • Real city infrastructure
    • Top of the line leisure and entertainment infrastructure
    • KPIZ connects Abu Dhabi + Dubai
Value proposition

Concept

Retail

Community

CBD

center

Commercial

Residential

modular approach to realizing kpiz
CBD: Residential, Commercial, Retail, Community

3

KPIZ: Area B (Downstream Manufacturing)

KPIZ: Area A (Basic Industries)

2

Port

1

Modular approach to realizing KPIZ

Master Plan

2011

2015

phase 1 development plan
Phase 1 - Development Plan

Base Metals – Upstream Aluminum, EMAL (5.6 sqkm)

Base Metals –Steel (1.49 sqkm)

Base Metals - Mid Stream Aluminum & Non Ferrous

(2.67 sqkm)

Petrochemicals(9.57 sqkm)

Chemicals (Container Glass, Flat Glass, Paper Mill, Others)

(4.98 sqkm)

Mixed Use (Engineered Metals)(2.57 sqkm)

Downstream Chemicals(2.48 sqkm)

Clean Tech

(3 sqkm)

Warehousing, Logistics, Business District(3.85 sqkm)

progress update
Progress Update

Dredging & reclamation work commenced in November 2007 at a total cost of AED 5.5 billion

Port infrastructure design awarded in September 2007

Earthworks for the industrial zone commenced in April 2008 at a cost of AED 1.1 billion

Infrastructure and utilities design for the Industrial Zone will be completed in April 2009

A Joint Venture Agreement with JAFZA was signed in April 2008 for Trade & Logistics

A Joint Venture Agreement with DPW is in place to establish Emirates Port Company (EPC)

kpiz implementation requirements create an array of opportunities
KPIZ implementation requirements create an array of opportunities

KPIZ requirements

  • Land incl. networks (road, power, water, etc.)

Land and basic infrastructure

1

  • Industrial, commercial residential and social real estate

Real estate

Assets

2

  • Electricity, gas, water, waste, and ICT

Utilities

3

  • 3PL logistics, warehouse leasing, transportation, etc.

Logistics

4

Administrative/ government services

  • Licensing, registration, immigration, etc.

Services

5

  • Commercial services
  • Personal services

Other services

6

  • Recruiting and training

Labor

7

  • Procurement of raw materials

Raw material

Production factors

8

  • Equity financing, debt financing

Financing

9

khalifa port and industrial zone kpiz abu dhabi s unique integrated development project
Industrial Zone

CBD

  • Basic Industries
  • Steel, aluminum (incl EMAL), paper, flat glass, non-ferrous metals and petrochemical industry
  • ~ 51km2
  • Khalifa Port
  • 15M TEU total capacity
  • Construction in 5 phases until 2030 with
  • initial operations envisaged as of 2012
  • Integrated development offering affordable living and balanced habitat

1

3A

2A

Port

3.2 km2

1

CBD

  • Manufacturing Industries
  • 11 clusters (eg, Clean tech, aerospace and defense, construction ...)
  • ~ 112km2
  • Trade and Logistics
  • JV with JAFZA

2B

Area A

51 km2

3B

2A

Commercial/Residential

Communities

3A

2C

3B

2B

Area B

367 km2

2C

Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone (KPIZ)Abu Dhabi’s Unique Integrated Development Project
kpiz will have significant impact along all major dimensions
KPIZ will have significant impact along all major dimensions

Population

  • ~ 300,000 residents
  • ~ 150,000 jobs (20,000 basic industries, 130,000 downstream manufacturing, trade & logistics)
  • Including 47,000 highly-skilled positions (engineers, technicians, craftsmen, ...), many locally trained

Employment

GDP

  • $38 Billion

Expected impact of KPIZ

(2030)

  • 60–80% of output for regional and global market
  • Leveraging KP's world-class logistics infrastructure (port, ...)

Exports

  • Migration of international IP in key industries
  • Development of local technical and commercial skill base

Know-how

  • Substantial spillovers into Abu Dhabi economy (suppliers, trade, SME development, ...)

Ripple effects

  • Advancing Abu Dhabi's brand as world-class industrial hub and attractive place to live

Branding

  • $24 Billion

Estimated

Investments

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