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  1. TEN-T Days Zaragoza Workshop 2 The TEN-T Core network from a transport operator´s perspective DB Schenker Rail GmbH Alain Thauvette CEO Region West, Member of the Board June 2010 DB Mobility Logistics AG, Rail Freight Strategy (GSL 2), 15.08.2014

  2. Pan European corridors 1 TEN corridors (rail freight) 9 Coordinated investment should be concentrated on a limited number of corridors showing the highest growth in traffic volumes Core markets for DB Schenker Rail in Europe Expected growth in volume 2004-2025 • North/south axis (+36%*) • Long-distance shipments, e.g. from northern and western seaports • West axis (+62%*) • Potential for increase in rail‘s modal split • Extension of Spanish corridor (e.g. automotive) • East axis (+69%*) • Potential in EU accession countries • Establishment of land bridge to Asia • Southeast European axis (+68%*) • Potential in EU accession countries • Link to Turkish corridor TEN and pan-European corridors 27 12 1 26 11 26 9 20 26 9 6 5 2 23 28 3 4 17 5 24 22 6 7 1 8 10 16 8 29 DBSR network Core markets Markets of interest (= strategic importance) * Source: ITP/BVU for BMVBS, Forecast of transport distribution from Germany to European countries 2004-2025; figures indicated are tentative estimates. DB Schenker Rail, 15.08.2014 2

  3. Inter-plant shipment ESA-ZAR International rail transport suffers from numerous barriers. Example Opel Eisenach – Grisen (ES) International rail transport between Germany and Spain • Example: Inbound automotive logistics for Opel • Time sensitive transports with high quality standards • Eisenach – Cerbere – Zaragoza/Grisen Barriers on the relation example • A suffered delay > 60 minutes in Germany causes a loss of path in Forbach and results in a 24 hour delay • A loss of path in France leads to new train number (= number of new path) that complicates train identification • At German/French border a lamp has to be installed at the end of the train • Change of locomotive or multi-system locomotive required • Multilingual locomotive drivers required • Path cancelation at short notice without automatic offer of an alternative in France • Axle-gauge changeover necessary in Cerbere • Shorter max. train length in Spain (400 m). Train has to be split Inbound components Inter-plant shipment in Germany Bochum Einsiedlerhof Eisenach Forbach Cerbere Grisen Zaragoza Pl. DB Schenker Rail, 15.08.2014

  4. Appropriate framework conditions should foster international rail traffic growth and promote a higher rail freight share 2 1 3 Infrastructure Effective competition European standards • High-capacity European rail infrastructure to handle growing transport volumes and to take over goods from road • TEN -T Network • ERTMS-corridors • Priority Rail Freight Network • Support capital intensive fields, e.g. interfaces between different transport modes • Seaport hinterland • Combined traffic terminals • Effective government support for rapid ETCS implementation • Effective market opening in all member states • Anti competitive practices in some Member States deter competition • Guarantee non-discriminatory market access • Establishment of a comparable regulatory level • Independent decisions • Sufficient human and financial resources • European standards for technical interoperability and operational rules • Longer and heavier trains (min. 750 m, 1.000 tons) • Acceleration of homologation procedures (cross-acceptance) • Facilitation of border procedures • Guarantee entrepreneurial responsibility for IT systems and data exchange DB Schenker Rail, 15.08.2014