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  1. APM Terminals Company Presentation Francois-Xavier Delenclos, VP Strategy & Business Development UK-CameroonTrade & Investment Forum 2014 London, 7 May 2014

  2. APM Terminals is one of five primary business units of the Maersk Group Maersk Group Copenhagen, Denmark 2013 Revenue: $47.3b USD (Shipping, Energy, Ports) 89,000 employees in over 135 countries The Hague, Netherlands

  3. APM Terminals 2014A leading global network of ports with significant growth potential • HeadquartersThe Hague, Netherlands 36.3m TEUs (equity) 73.7m TEUs (gross) 60 shipping lines serviced 65 operating ports 7 new port projects • 166 inland locations • $4.3b USD of revenue 20,300 employees in 68 countries • Started terminal operations in 1958 with a general cargo facility at the Port of New York 3

  4. Industry-recognized excellence 2013 Awards: Lloyd’s List Asia Awards “Port Operator Award” Containerisation International “International Terminal Operator of the Year” Express, Logistics & Supply Chain Leadership Awards “Best Inland Services Provider” (APM Terminals India) MALA “Container Terminal Operator of the Year” (APM Terminals Mumbai) MALA “Health, Safety and Quality Award” (APM Terminals Pipavav) Exim India “Container Freight Station of the Year-Private” (Chennai CFS) Volkswagen India “Supplier Appreciation Award” (APM Terminals Mumbai CFS) “National Quality Award” [Morocco] (APM Terminals Tangier) “Best Employer” Award” [Morocco] (APM Terminals Tangier) 2012 Awards: Lloyd’s List Global Awards “Port Operator of the Year” Containerisation International “International Terminal Operator of the Year” Containerisation International “Corporate SocialResponsibility” Award (Salalah) Nigeria Maritime Excellence Awards “Best Terminal Operator of the Year” (Apapa) All-India Maritime and Logistics Awards “Container Terminal of the Year” (Mumbai) 2011 Social Security Excellence Award for Occupational Health and Safety (Aqaba) Pacific Maritime Association Safety Awards (Pier 400; Tacoma) The Signal Mutual Gerald H. Halpin Safety Excellence Award The Signal Mutual Industry Leader Safety Award Gateway Award of Excellence (APM Terminals Chennai CFS)

  5. We have recently been very successful in securing new locations Buenos Aires APMT DPW Kolkata Busan HPH Rijeka Buenos Aires Vung Tau PSA ICTSI Amsterdam Chennai Mumbai Barcelona Brisbane Sydney Mariel Manzanillo Puerto Cortes Zhuhai Stockholm Dammam Lazaro Cardenas Gothenburg Great Yarmouth Dakar Ajman Lianyungang DjenDjen Ningbo Panama Maputo Santos Suriname Buenaventura Algiers Kulpi Saigon Monrovia Tallin Abidjan Yemen Saigon Vallarpadam Moin Ust Luga Kotka/Helsinki Tarragona London Cotonou Callao Vostochny St. Petersburg 2 Sokhna Pointe Noire Santos Poti St. Petersburg Izmir 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 5


  6. APM Terminals can leverage non-containerised cargo expertise for multiple locations Non-containerised cargo handled by APM Terminals in 2013 PLP Russia 1m tons of bulk and 130k units of Ro-Ro and cars • VEOS • Estonia • 10m tons of oil products Monrovia 1m tons of cement and grains Poti 1.5m tons, mainly grain, coal and ores Pipavav 3m tons of coal, fertilisers and limestone Callao 11m tons: mainly minerals, fertilisers, grains & liquid bulk Bahrain 2m tons of cement and grains Salalah 8m tons of limestone, gypsum and liquid bulk 6

  7. Eastern Europe/Black Sea:Poti, Georgia • Project: APM Terminals Poti Expansion and Modernization • $100 million USD investment over five years • Current assets include 15 berths totaling 2900 meters • Full-service port, handling containers, liquid and dry bulk, Ro-Ro cargo • APM Terminals’ ownership: 80%

  8. South American West Coast: Callao, Peru • Project: APM Terminals Callao Expansion and Upgrade • Investment: $749 million USD over the 30-year concession • Capacity: 2.9 million TEUs (Completion 2014) • Non–containerized cargo capacity: 9.9 million tons • APM Terminals’ ownership: 80%

  9. Middle East:Port Said East, Egypt • Project: Suez Canal Container Terminal Phase II • 1200 meters of additional berth to 2400 meters • 12 new Super-PostPanamax Cranes for a total of 24 • Annual throughput capacity doubled to 5.4 million TEUs • APM Terminals’ ownership: 55%

  10. West Africa:Monrovia, Liberia • Project: Freeport of Monrovia • $145 million USD investment in improving the terminal, handling equipment & training: $25 million USD more than required by our concession • APM Terminals demolished the severely damaged pier and rebuilt it in 2 years and 3 months into a 600-metre container & breakbulk quay, beating the 3-year deadline despite problems like lack of power & water • APM Terminals’ ownership: 100% Had the pier collapsed “it would have caused our economy to come to a halt” Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President of Liberia

  11. What APM Terminals can bring to the Cameroon Government • Financial clout: • Ability to deploy substantial capital quickly • The stability of the world’s largest shipping group • Commercial expertise: • Serves over 60 shipping lines across the globe • 10 senior Key Account Managers for top 26 customers with regular C-level meetings • Development track record: • Ability to integrate new terminals quickly • Experienced in West Africa, at home in Cameroon • Operational excellence: • World-class operating procedures & practices for yard, vessel & berth planning and execution • One of the most highly regarded operators globally • Human resources potential: • Creates employment locally & offers growth abroad • Strong training programs for all functions & levels 11

  12. www.apmterminals.com