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APM Terminals. Company presentation . September 2009. Agenda. A.P. Moller- Maersk Group Heritage APM Terminals Today A Look at the Industry and Market. APM Terminals: Part of the A.P. Moller–Maersk Group . A.P. Moller-Maersk Group HQ: Copenhagen, Denmark 2008 Revenue: $61.2 b

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APM Terminals

Company presentation

September 2009

  • A.P. Moller- Maersk Group Heritage
  • APM Terminals Today
  • A Look at the Industry and Market
apm terminals part of the a p moller maersk group
APM Terminals: Part of the A.P. Moller–Maersk Group
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk Group
  • HQ: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2008 Revenue: $61.2 b
  • in Shipping, Container Business, Energy, Retail and Banking.
  • 120,000 employees, 130 countries.
  • APM Terminals
  • HQ: The Hague, Netherlands
  • 2008 Revenue: $3.1 b
  • +24% over 2007.
  • Container volume: 34 million TEUs (weighted by terminal equity share), +8%
  • 19,000 employees, 34 countries.
our position within the group
Our position within the Group

Nils S. Andersen*



Group Human Resources

Bill Allen

Group Legal

Christian Kledal

Group Accounting

Per Møller

Group Relations

Steen Reeslev

Group Finance & Risk Management

Jan Kjærvik

Group IT

Flemming Steen

Group Strategy

Martin Thaysen

Investor Relations

Anders M. Christensen

Special Projects

Flemming Ipsen

Maersk Oil

Jakob Thomasen*

Odense Steel Shipyard

Finn Buus Nielsen

Maersk Drilling

Claus V.


Maersk Line

Eivind Kolding*

APM Terminals

Kim Fejfer

Maersk Tankers

Søren Skou*

Dansk Supermarked

Erling Jensen

Maersk FPSOs

Paul C. Pedersen




Maersk Logistics /


Rolf Habben-Jansen

Container Inland Services

Nigel Simon Pusey


Thomas Woldbye

Maersk Supply


Carsten P. Andersen

Oil Trading

Niels Henrik Lindegaard


Jesper Teddy Lok


Steen S. Karstensen

Technical Organisation

Leif Nielsen

Corporate Centre

* Partner and member of the Executive Board

Service Function

core business
Core Business
  • The design, development, implementation, operation and management of the world’s only true geographically balanced Global Container Terminal Network.
  • Our portfolio includes 48+ terminals and offices in 34 countries, on five continents.
  • APM Terminals has an annual throughput of 34 million TEUs and global market share of 6.6%
half a century of innovation growth and progress at the forefront of a world changing industry
Half a Century of innovation, growth and progress at the forefront of a world-changing industry.


First dedicated A.P. Moller terminal facility opens, at the Port of New York


Containerization begins to change patterns of global trade and growth


Ongoing evolution of containerization and economic efficiencies of international trading patterns lead to the rapid establishment of global port load centers and transhipment networks, requiring highly coordinated and specialized container terminal operations and equipment to accommodate ever larger vessels and container flows


Maersk Line acquisition of Sea-Land enlarges scope of terminal operations globally


Established as independent container terminal operating company within Maersk Line


Spun off as independent corporate entity, headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands


Revenue of $2.5 billion, $111 million in profit; APMT reports earnings separately


Only true Global Terminal Network in port industry; throughput 34 million TEUs

  • A.P. Moller-Maersk Group Heritage
  • APM Terminals Today
  • A Look at the Industry and Market
since establishment as a separate and independent business unit in 2004 apm terminals has thrived
Since establishment as a separate and independent business unit in 2004, APM Terminals has thrived


APM Terminals Financial results 2004-2008 (USD million)

Operating Cash Flow

Net Result
















apm terminals volume growth
APM Terminals’ Volume Growth

APM Terminals 2008 Throughput: 34 million TEUs*

*Weighted by terminal equity share

strong 2008 performance despite economic headwinds
Strong 2008 Performance despite economic headwinds
  • 8% decline in the number of containers handled by APM Terminals, compared to 15% decline in the global market forterminal activities.
  • The segment result after tax was a profit of USD 172 million. Excluding gains on sale of non-current assets, the profit wasat the level of the same period in 2008.
  • Focus on cost savings.
  • Business with other customers than Maersk Line and Safmarine constituted 38% of the total volume in the first half of 2009.
  • Cash flow from operating activities, USD 171 million, was negatively affected by an increase in working capital.
Business Divisions are divided into Existing Terminals and New Terminals to optimize focus and performance.


Kim Fejfer




Finance, Legal, Tax

& IT

Christian Laursen


Tiemen Meester


Dick Mitchell


Pieter Schaffels



Africa, Mideast and India

Charles Menkhorst




Martin Poulsen



Asia Pacific

Martin Christiansen




Eric Sisco


Peder Sondergaard

Klaus Sejling

regional structure


Shanghai, China


Rotterdam, Netherlands

Africa, Middle East and India

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Regional structure

Corporate Head office

The Hague, Netherlands


Portsmouth, Virginia USA

  • Better access to customers and markets.
  • Accelerated decision-making and execution.
An example of putting our ambition into practice - in Apapa, Nigeria we significantly improved service & safety levels


  • What did we do?
  • Reduced vessel waiting time
  • Improved Safety and Security
  • Increased capacity and throughput
  • Total CAPEX: USD 200m

Before takeover

After takeover

another example aqaba container terminal a successful privatization
Another example: Aqaba Container Terminal - a successful privatization
  • What did we do?
  • Investment in Cranes (Phase 1)
  • Yard Procedures and IT Systems
  • Improved Productivity
  • Signed Management Agreement (2004)
  • Joint Development Agreement - 25 Years (2006)
  • ACT Before APM Terminals
  • Terminal Congestion
  • Extreme delay of Vessel & Container Delivery
  • No Safety & No IT system
  • ACT Present
  • 42.7% Volume Growth in 2008
  • Gateway to Iraq and Levant
  • Sustained Profitability & competitiveness
  • Putting local staff in senior positions
  • ACT Future
  • 750.000 TEU Capacity
  • Investment in Cranes and Extension of the wharf
  • The preferred Port in the Red Sea.
  • 2.4 m TEU Capacity in 2020
benchmarking safety performance
Benchmarking Safety performance

Injuries per 100.000 TEU

Injuries per 1.000.000 man hours

Collected by ICHCA - Int. Container Handling Cargo Ass.estab. London, 1952.(All global operators participate, benchmark covers above 150 mill TEU per year.

  • In 2007 Safety Performance became part of the CEO scorecard, cascaded to the Global Leadership Team.
  • “Stop Fatalities” was one of three “Must Win Battles” in 2008. A significant global effort which ended with a Global Safety Culture Campaign, where more than 16,000 employees participated in local workshops.
  • The journey is now about employee accountability, in H1 ‘09, more than 6,000 near misses was captured. Unfortunately we encountered two fatalities in H1 ‘09, compared with previous years a reduction, although not acceptable.
  • Sept. 2009, APM Terminals safety performance is recognised in the Top Quartile bracket in a benchmark delivered by ICHCA.
  • The goal remains to ensure all employees working for APM Terminals makes it home safe, EVERY DAY and avoid damages to customers cargo or vessels.
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk Group Heritage
  • APM Terminals Today
  • A Look at the Industry and Market
container terminals serve the world s containerized trade
Container Terminals Serve the World’s Containerized Trade
  • Today, 5,953 vessels serve liner trade routes, representing an aggregate container capacity of 13.5 million TEUs.
  • Of these, 4,697 are pure containerships, representing approximately 12.8 million TEUs of capacity.
  • There are an additional 651 container vessels on order, representing an additional 4.2 million TEUs of capacity, or 34.5% of the existing fleet capacity.
  • The three largest containership operators account for more than one third (36.9%) of the world’s total containership capacity.
  • The top six shipping companies represent half (50%)of the total global fleet’s current containership capacity.

Source: AXS-Alphaliner, 9/09

the global container terminal industry has enjoyed consistent growth
The Global Container Terminal Industry has enjoyed consistent growth

World container port throughput

  • 10% CAGR from 1990 - 2007
  • 0% for 2009 / 2010 ?
  • 6 - 8% CAGR next 5 years?

Source: Container Port Strategy, Ocean Shipping Consultants

world s largest containerports 2008
World’s Largest Containerports: 2008

APM Terminals locations listed in bold italic

Source: Containerisation International, 9/09

market share comparison
Market Share Comparison

Source: Drewry Shipping Consultants, 8/09

top 24 containership lines
Top 24 Containership Lines

(Source: AXS-Alphaliner, August 2009)

apm terminals redefining the industry it helped create
APM Terminals:  Redefining the industry it helped create
  • Most geographically balanced portfolio of any operator.
  • Strong financial backing of A.P. Moller-Maersk Group.
  • Industry-leading, customer-driven efficiency and innovation.
  • As an independent operator can serve multiple customers.
  • Comprehensive new terminal development and existing facility expansion.
  • Equipped to serve larger vessels entering the global fleet.
  • Corporate commitment to improvement in:
    • Health and Safety
    • Security
    • Environment
    • Society