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  2. MSC Belgium N.V. • Office: • MSC Belgium N.V. • Noorderlaan 127a • 2030 Antwerp, Belgium • MSC Home Terminal • - Port of Antwerp • - Inside the locks • - Delwaidedock • - Quays 702-738

  3. MSC Home Terminal • MSC HT in Antwerp: • Central geographical location • Excellent hinterland connections • High productivity and quality • Largest container terminal in the port of Antwerp • Own personnel for Ops and Maintenance

  4. MSC HT Facts -> Yard • Ground slots Full TEU: 24.000 • Max. Capacity empty ctrs: 20.000 • Ground slots Empty TEU: 4.000 • Reefer connections (’09): 1.728 • Yearly capacity TEU: 4.1 M • Surface: 1.628.00 m² • Quay length: 2.900 m • Number of berths: 8

  5. MSC HT Facts -> 2009 • Vessels calls per week ‘09: 31 • Vessels calls per month ‘09: 140 • Vessels calls per year ’09: 1680 • Total Vessel Moves ‘09: 2.646,064 ctrs • Total Vessel Moves ‘09: 4.044,535 teu • Barge visits ’09 (Average monthly): 598 • Total moves terminal ‘09 (incl. rail / barge / truck): 5.515.011 TEU • Overall market share in Antwerp: 56.9 %

  6. MSC Intermodal Solutions From anywhere … … to anywhere

  7. Intermodal German Hinterland • The Ruhr Express, Neuss: 5x per week • The Germersheim Express: 3x per week • The Frankfurt Express: 2x per week • The Regensburg Express: 2x per week • Direct trains from Antwerp, MSC Home Terminal, into the industrial heartland of Germany • NO delays, NO shunting, NO port congestion • Absolute immunity against low or high water situations on the Rhine river • No interuption of the transport chain

  8. The Ruhr Express, Neuss • Covering the key industrial area of the Ruhr from Duisburg and Dortmund in the North to Düsseldorf in the East, Aachen in the West and Cologne, Bonn to the South. • Complete coverage in Intermodal transport offering “door” solutions to more than 2000 cities in Germany. • Frequency: 5 x per week • Capacity: 80 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: 1650 tons • Unprecedented transit times • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B in the afternoon. • Normal transit time by barge 3 days with door delivery possibility as from day 4. • Launched 1.3.2005 the figures prove the concepts reliability. • 2005: 16339 teu • 2006: 26030 teu • 2007: 31740 teu • 2008: 35330 teu • 2009: 37129 teu • Schedule: • From Monday till Friday • Daily departures in Antwerp, MSC HT, at 13.40h for arrival in Neuss the same day at 21.30h. • Daily departures in Neuss at 02.00 h for arrival in Antwerp, MSC HT, at 08.30h.

  9. The Frankfurt Express • In the heartland of the German heavy industry the shuttle covers central Germany from Koblenz and Mainz in the North West to Mannheim in the South and Würzburg in the East. • Complete coverage in Intermodal transport offering “door” solutions to more than 1500 cities in Germany. • Frequency: 2 x per week • Capacity: 80 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: 1650 tons • Unprecedented transit times • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B in the afternoon. • Normal transit time by barge 4/5 days with door delivery possibility as from day 5/6. • Launched 24.09.2007 the figures prove the concepts reliability. • 2007: 4350 teu • 2008: 21080 teu • 2009: 17550 teu • Schedule:

  10. The Germersheim Express • Centrally located, this shuttle covers effectivly the industrial area of Stuttgart/Karlsruhe (Southern Germany in general), and the Elzas (Strasbourg) region in France. • Complete coverage in Intermodal transport offering “door” solutions to more than 2000 cities in Germany and France. • Frequency: 3 x per week • Capacity: 80 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: 1650 tons • Unprecedented transit times • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B in the afternoon. • Normal transit time by barge 4 days with door delivery possibility as from day 5. • Launched 01.05.2006 the figures prove the concepts reliability. • 2006: 10037 teu • 2007: 19840 teu • 2008: 22882 teu • 2009: 24160 teu • Schedule:

  11. The Regensburg Express • Covering the key industrial area of the German car industry with Nürnberg to the North and Munich to the South. • Complete coverage in Intermodal transport offering “door” solutions to more than 900 cities in Germany. • Frequency: 2 x per week • Capacity: 80 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: Antwerp  Regensburg: 740 Tons Regensburg  Antwerp (Monday train): 1009 Tons Regensburg  Antwerp (Thursday train): 740 Tons • Unprecedented transit times • Day A – Day C connection. Door delivery possible as from day C in the morning. • Launched March 2008 the figures prove the concepts reliability. • 2008: 10116 teu • 2009: 13993 teu • Schedule:

  12. Intermodal Setup Belgium • WCT Meerhout (Barge): • 3x per week • TCT Willebroek (Barge): • 3 x per week • TCA Athus (Rail): • 5 x per week • Delcatrans Rekkem (Rail): • 5 x per week • Direct trains and barges from Antwerp, MSC Home Terminal. • NO delays, NO shunting, NO port congestion • No interuption of the transport chain

  13. Euroports Meerhout, Belgium • Located close to one of the key industrial centers in Belgium and covering last end transports in a circle of 30 kms around Meerhout. • Economical and environmental advantages, avoiding traffic bottle necks and congested terminal gates in the ports. • Overnight handelings at the inland terminal. • Frequency: 3 x per week • Capacity: 200 teu per barge each direction. • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B noon. • Schedule:

  14. TCT Willebroek, Belgium • TCT Belgium is situated in the Willebroek area (between Antwerp and Brussels), a region that is quickly developing into a leading centre for European production and distribution. • Economical and environmental advantages, avoiding traffic bottle necks and congested terminal gates in the ports. • On-demand pick-up and delivery right at the client’s front door. • Frequency: 3 x per week • Capacity: 200 teu per barge each direction. • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B noon. • Schedule:

  15. TCA Athus, Belgium • Located in the geographic and economic heart of Europe, the Athus contaiener terminal covers a hinterland of 300 km which includes: Belgian Lorrain, Alsace and Lorraine in France, The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the German regions of the Saar and the Rhineland Palatinate. • Frequency: 5 x per week • Capacity: 81 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: 1600 tons • Unprecedented transit times • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B noon. • Schedule:  Departure Antwerp: Monday – Friday at 16.00 h for arrival at Athus Day B at 08.00 h  Departure Athus: Monday – Friday at 18.00 h for arrival at the quay Day B at 20.00 h

  16. Delcatrans Rekkem, Belgium • Located in the transport zone L.A.R. (Lauwe – Aalbeke – Rekkem), an industrial zone in the south of West-Flanders. • Quick supply chain solutions in the south-west of Belgium and since located near the French border • Frequency: 5 x per week • Capacity: 81 teu per train each direction • Weight capacity: 1600 tons • Day A – Day B connection. Door delivery possible as from day B noon. • Schedule:  Departure Antwerp: Monday – Friday at 16.00 h for arrival at Rekkem Day B at 08.00 h  Departure Rekkem: Monday – Friday at 18.00 h for arrival at the quay Day B at 20.00 h

  17. Intermodal Setup The Netherlands • CCT Moerdijk (Barge): • 5 x per week • BTB BORN (Barge): • 4 x per week • Direct barges from Antwerp, MSC Home Terminal. • NO delays, NO shunting, NO port congestion • No interuption of the transport chain

  18. CCT Moerdijk, The Netherlands • Centrally located between Antwerp and Rotterdam. • An intersection of all modalities in order to perform quick supply chain solution. • Frequency: 5 x per week • Capacity: upto 200 teu per barge each direction • Day A – Day B connection. • Schedule: • Departure ex Moerdijk: From Monday till Friday • Departure ex Moerdijk: From Monday till Friday

  19. BTB BORN, The Netherlands • Centrally located, this barge center covers effectivly containertransports to and from industrial area’s and consumermarkets in South of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. • Frequency: 4 x per week • Capacity: 200 teu per train each direction • Day A – Day B connection. • Schedule: Antwerp - Born Born - Antwerp

  20. Intermodal Setup France • Naviland Strasbourg (Rail): • 4 x per week • Naviland Lyon (Rail): • 5 x per week • Direct trains from Antwerp, MSC Home Terminal. • NO delays, NO shunting, NO port congestion • No interuption of the transport chain

  21. Naviland Strasbourg, France • Centrally located in a key industrial area • Frequency: 4 x per week • Capacity: 80 TEU per train each direction • Day A – Day B connection. • Schedule:  Departures ex Antwerp on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Arrival 24 hours later.  Departures ex Strasbourg on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

  22. Naviland Lyon, France • Centrally located, this rail center covers effectivly containertransports to and from industrial area’s and consumermarkets in a range of 150 km around Lyon. • Frequency: 5 x per week • Capacity: 80 TEU per train each direction • Day A – Day B connection. • Schedule:  Departures ex Antwerp on Monday  Friday. Arrival 24 hours later.  Departures ex Strasbourg on Monday  Friday.

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