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Published on March 14, 2014

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Port San Antonio Presentation - March Mexico Group Breakfast
Free Trade Alliance San Antonio

1 A Platform for International Business March 14, 2014

Who We Are and What We Do • Redevelop the former Kelly Air Force Base to the highest and best use • Create conditions for maintaining and growing quality jobs 2

Regional Connectivity 3

Strategic Location in North America 4

Port San Antonio Today 1,900 acres Established 2001 12.9 million sq. ft. of buildings 97% occupancy of leasable space Foreign-Trade Zone (#80-10) $476 million capital investment 80+ employers 12,000 workers $4.2B annual economic impact (2010) 5

Port San Antonio Business Units Kelly Field/FTZ Kelly Center East Kelly Railport/FTZ St. Philip’s College SW Campus 6 Lindbergh Park

Support a Range of Customers Aerospace – Military – Education Logistics – Business Services 7

Provide A Range of Facilities to Our Customers Hangars/Workshops - Warehouse/Logistics - Office Force-Protected - LEED - Workforce Housing 8

Provide A Range of Services to Our Customers Real Estate Development - Construction - Property Management International Business Development - Marketing 9

• 400 acres for new development • 14 aerospace businesses • 3,000 workers • Foundation in military MRO • Growing commercial business 8,000 future aerospace jobs Kelly Field 10

Aerospace customers handle commercial and military projects Focus on commercial growth – international markets Aerospace Diversification 11

12 Atlantic Aviation • Serving aerospace, Air Force, private aircraft since 2000 • Fixed-base operator at Kelly Field • Provides refueling and pilot services for military and private aircraft

Air Logistics Support • On-site U.S. Customs facility • Nearby fixed-base operator – Atlantic Aviation • Able to accommodate special cargo projects 13 Evergreen 747 stages operations at Port to fight fires in northern Mexico - 2011

14 East Kelly Railport • Expanding infrastructure & switching operation • 350-acre development • Access to Union Pacific (UP) and the BNSF Railway • Adjacent to the UP’s South San Antonio Classification Yard • Transload operations; cross-dock; distribution and warehouse facilities; manufacturing; reverse logistics

Railport Customers Work In Key Industries 15 • Energy • Aerospace • Manufacturing • Construction • Warehousing • Transportation • Transloading • Retail • Recycling

East Kelly Railport: Robust Growth • Rail volume grew 75% between FY2010-11 • 2012: Watco Companies doubles track from 4 to 8 miles; inaugurates San Antonio Central Railroad 2,764 2,141 2,594 4,556 5,167 9,693 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 10,000 11,000 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 Railcars Served Railcar-to-truck sand transload 16 Capacity: 20,000 Railcars / Year

17 RLI Logistics Solutions - Transloader • Port customer since 2007 • Provides logistics services at East Kelly Railport • 56,000 square feet of warehouse space and 23- acre transload yard • Transloading; specialized cargo; and US/ Mexico customs brokerage

Fiesta Warehousing and Distribution 18 • Port customer since 2008 • Warehousing and distribution services consumer / industrial goods • Occupies 360,000 square feet in East Kelly Railport Warehouse #1 Fiesta Warehousing’s Chicago-style docks

Bergstrom Climate Control Systems, Inc. 19 • Port customer since 2012 • Leading manufacturer of climate systems for heavy-duty trucks/vehicles • Port facility serves U.S. and Mexican markets

20 Foreign Trade Zone #80-10 Port San Antonio's entire 1900 acre site is covered by a General Purpose Foreign-Trade Zone (#80-10) designation, allowing customers the option of activation at any of the Port's sites / buildings. Avoidance/deferral of import duties

21 The OpTech Group • Customer since 2006 • Services include:  Third party logistics  Business process outsourcing  Workforce solutions • Operates active Foreign-Trade Zone site

22 Regional Port Cooperation REGIONAL INDUSTRIES • Energy • Aerospace • Manufacturing • Consumer Goods/Retail • Service Industries • Military

Long Term Opportunities 41% Developed Land (620 acres) 43% Redevelopment Land (638 acres) 16% New Development Land (242 acres) $2.5 - 3 Billion Future Development Investment 23

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