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John Murray, Patrick: Examining current and future growth opportunities

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Information about John Murray, Patrick: Examining current and future growth opportunities

Published on November 20, 2013

Author: informaoz

Source: slideshare.net

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John Murray, General Manager – Ports, Patrick Ports and Stevedoring delivered this presentation at the 2013 Regional Ports Conference. The event showcased the latest port developments and assessed the policy, planning and operating strategies designed to maximise the efficiency of Australia's regional ports: gateways for facilitating trade, engagement and regional growth. Featuring local and national case studies, the two day event provided a spotlight on port developments across the country, highlighting the infrastructure, investment and long-term planning necessary to meet Australia’s current and potential competitiveness. For more information on the annual event, please visit the conference website: https://www.informa.com.au/regionalportsconference
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Patrick Ports and Stevedoring John Murray General Manager – Ports Patrick Ports and Stevedoring

Asciano at a glance TOP 50 ASX LISTED COMPANY Offering integrated transportation solutions with a focus on ports and rail across Australia $3.7 OVER 9,000 billion revenue as at 30 June 2013 Skilled and motivated employees Asciano holds leading positions in the markets in which we serve. We handle and haul: 50% Approximately 35% Approximately Approximately 70% 50% Of new car imports 95% AUSTRALIAN COAL EXPORTS RAIL FREIGHT ON THE EAST-WEST AND NORTH-SOUTH LONG HAUL RAIL CORRIDORS CONTAINERISED FREIGHT THROUGH OUR PORTS 50% of New South Wales and Victorian bulk grain exports of steel transported domestically by rail

Asciano at a glance TOTAL REVENUE FY13: TOTAL EMPLOYEES: $3,745 million 9,300+* Terminals & Logistics Container Terminals Ports, Stevedoring & Automotive PN Coal Intermodal South East Australia Bulk Ports PN Rail North East Australia Stevedoring Port Logistics C3 (NZ) Mountain Industries 4 Terminals 24 cranes 106 straddle carriers Landside Logistics services Over 30 port locations across Australia and NZ 355 active locomotives 6,408 active wagons 180 services per week 245 locomotives 5,960 wagons 138.5 million tonnes hauled 3

Patrick & Asciano – Regional Ports 4

Geelong Examining current and future growth opportunities

Our History  Port was privatised in July 1996     GeelongPort Pty Ltd manages and operates the Port for owners   Subsidiary of Asciano Water operations remain in Government hands    Included 15 Berths, 95 hectares of Land and various Loading/Unloading Equipment Currently owned by Ports Pty Ltd ATF Port of Geelong Unit Trust  Infrastructure Fund (50%)  Asciano Ltd (50%) Also privatised the Graincorp facility at the same time Initially the Victorian Channels Authority Now Victorian Regional Channels Authority (VRCA) Geelong is the second busiest Port in Victoria   Generates a significant number of direct and indirect jobs across a number of sectors Is on the cusp of a new era of growth and development

Our location

Geelong – Critical Infrastructure Platform for growth: Rail – Broad and Standard Secondary Road Channels • Wider & Deeper Berths • Extend and Reclamation Roads • Links to Roads • Road Closures Rail • Corridors & Conveyors Land Area • Behind berths & contiguous Support • Governments • Local Businesses • Community Main Road Future infrastructure: Ford Site Graincorp Vision • Someone needs to see the opportunity like we do (Bolte)

Corio Quay Wharf/Graincorp • Woodchips, grains, steel, logs, rig tenders, • 3 main berths • 11.3m depth • 22 ha of land • Low berth utilisation • Sheds, loaders

Lascelles Wharf • Fertiliser, Calcite, Acid, Cattle, Clinker, Project Cargo • 3 berths over 621m • 12.3m depth • > 30ha of land • About 35% berth utilisation

Refinery Pier • Crude, Petroleum products, Chemicals • 4 berths • 12.3m depth • Access to adjacent land

Possible Landside Changes Lascelles Wharf Road Unmade Government Road Planning – New Port Zone? Reclamation

Product Growth Opportunities Broad areas could include: Dry Bulk • • • • • • • Fertiliser Cement/Clinker Mineral sands Mineral concentrates Timber related products Grains Coal Liquid Bulk • Chemicals • Product Imports • Agri Oils Break Bulk • Steel • Pulp • Tasmania Service Project Cargo • Wind Farms • Major project construction cargo • Infrastructure, oil and gas resources

Geelong Port - 2050 Land & Infrastructure Plan   Released in July 2013. Jointly developed by Committee for Geelong, City of Greater Geelong, GeelongPort, Ports, Graincorp, IPL and Midway.  Report highlights future considerations across: • • • • • •  Key aspects over time could include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.  Land Berths Trucking requirements Road access Rail options Range of cargo possibilities New road connection from Ring Road Use of High Productivity Vehicles New rail options for Corio Quay and Lascelles Wharf Use of conveyors and stockpile sites from main rail network New berths & reclamation at Lascelles Wharf, Corio Quay and Refinery Pier Channel deepening and widening Logical approach required – Document sets out the bounds of what is possible Capacity and appetite to develop the infrastructure required to enable growth of Geelong.

Benefits of Geelong Port  Location • • • • • Proximity to Melbourne Gateway to Western District Access to Road and Rail (Geelong is traditionally a transport hub) Relatively away from the public and maintain wide stakeholder support Road linkage to Geelong Ring Road and Princess Highway  Land to accommodate projected growth and development  Established businesses  Diversified Customer Base  Opportunities • • • • • • • • Open for bulk trade Deepen channels to cater for increasing size of ships and to stay competitive Provision of rail access to berths Improved road access to port Road closures at Lascelles Wharf to improve efficiency, safety and planning process Create an efficient planning process for certainty Land reclamation A platform to grow bulk trade and support our current and future customers

In summary… Ports, Stevedoring & Automotive Ports Stevedoring C3 (NZ) Mountain Industries Over 30 port locations across Australia and NZ Over 1 million vehicle movements Ports Owners Operating Roles  Operations  Equipment  Maintenance  Asset management  Harbour Management Stevedoring Logistics Trucking Storage Product handling 16

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