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Tom Petherbridge. Consultant Fresh Produce Supply Chain. Experience. Fisherman ex; Hull Christian Salvesen – Cold Storage FM Smales & Son – Storage and Distribution HFG PLC > Andrew Marr – CEO, Food Services Div BGL Logistics – Partner/Owner > Israel produce,

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tom petherbridge

Tom Petherbridge

Consultant

Fresh Produce Supply Chain

experience

Experience

Fisherman ex; Hull

Christian Salvesen – Cold Storage

FM Smales & Son – Storage and Distribution

HFG PLC > Andrew Marr – CEO, Food Services Div

BGL Logistics – Partner/Owner > Israel produce,

vessel discharge, storage & distribution

Fresh Produce Logistics Consultant –

Exclusive to Samskip Limited

the uk fruit market

The UK Fruit Market

Total market worth about £3.1bn at retail spend level increasing by about 5% a year in spend but only 2 to 3% pa in tonnage:

Apples /Pears- £800m

Bananas- £600m

Citrus- £510m

Grapes- £365m

Exotic Fruit- £50m

Soft Fruit- £320m

Stone-fruit- £280m

port of immingham experiences

Port of Immingham Experiences

Since 2000, POI managed the receiving of 80 open-hatch

reefer vessels of Potatoes & Citrus Fruit

ex; Israel. Approx 200,000 pllts.

Discharge from hold process

Quayside and off-port storage

Direct and in-direct UK distribution to pack-house

Customs, DEFRA and Port Health issues

Eyes and Ears of Israeli customers

critical operational success factors

Critical Operational Success Factors

• Access to port and berth

• Labour and distribution availability

• Reliable port side cranage and experience

• 24hrs operation – all parties

• 50 plts per hour discharge per gang (150 per 3 gangs)

• Bring value to customer v. alternative in

Sheerness and Liverpool

• Keep vessel owners wanting Immingham port

more and more

how should the future look for our customers

How should the future look for our customers ?

• Dedicated berth and priority access for vessels

• Quayside chilled storage, handling and distribution facility

• Complementary off-port storage and distribution facility

• Pack-house – reduce supply chain costs further

• Trained, dedicated and skilled labour force

• Remain competitive v. alternative southern ports

• Food miles/ carbon footprint