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Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Competitive Advantages


Geographic Location •Strategic location within east-west shipping routes.


Connection Land connections to the main economic and industrial zones of the nation as well as the East Coast of the United States through 15 set commercial intermodal corridors with modern rail and highways.


Development


Depth

Constantia, March 2009, 143,000 Tons. coal

Chastine Maersk October 2008

Adrian Maersk January 2009

347 m. length 8,200 TEUs

352 m. length 8,272 TEUs

Sovereing Maersk May 2010 8,500 TEUs

Arthur Maersk May 2011 8,500 TEUs 352 m. length

Carsten Maersk August 2011 9,500 TEUs


Cargo Diversification Services & Infrastructure

 Industrial Cargo  Container Cargo  Vehicles  General Cargo


ďƒźPractical solutions to logistics situations. ďƒźSecurity.


Security


Quality Brand

Quality Brand for reefers. Cargo clearance 36 hours maximum.

ďƒź


Warranty Brand

Master Plan 2010-2011


PRIZES & CERTIFICATIONS QUALITY,ENVIROMENT & SOCIAL

ISO 9001 & ISO 14001

2004, 2010

2005, 2007, 2009

National Quality Award

2008

Corporate Social Responsbility

Clean Industry

2009, 2010, 2011

Mexican Company of the Year

2010

2009

2011

2010

Silver Quality Prize

2010

2006

Asia Pacific Quality Award

Star for Quality International Transport Prize

Michoacรกn Award for Quality

Golden Award for Quality & Business Prestige

2011


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Links


Shipping Lines - Container Shipping Line

World Ranking

Maersk Line

MSC

CMA - CGM

APL

Hapag Lloyd

Cosco Lines

CSAV

China Shipping Container Lines

Hamburg Süd

13°

UASC

20°

Source: Containerisation International Yearbook 2011

435 shipping lines in the world


Shipping Lines - Vehicles


Albatros Bridge


Network Road


Railway

Red Multimodal

ďƒź13 Multimodal corridor, 9 domestic connected to intermodal points of the most commercial flow in Mexico; 4 international to the East Coast of USA.


Logistic & Distances Truck Kms México City

Toluca, State of México

Queretaro

San Luis Potosí

Monterrey

Lázaro Cárdenas

602

547.3

508.2

635.2

1,224

500.8

1,078

1,345.5

Manzanillo

791

753.7

650.7

651.5

1,140.4

287

1,087.7

1,361.5

Guadalajar Altamira a

Nuevo Laredo

Railway Kms México City

Toluca, San Luis Monterre Guadalaja State of Queretaro Altamira Potosí y ra México

Nuevo Laredo

Houston 2,212.4

Lázaro Cárdenas

773.3

703.1

605.6

722

1,267

881.6

1,238

1,519.7

Manzanillo

968.5

940.7

702.6

1058.4

1,558.9

355.2

1,342

2,030.1

Transit Time Railway (Hrs)

México City

Toluca, State of México

Querétaro

S.L.P.

Monterrey

Guadalajara

Altamira

Nvo. Laredo

Houston

Lzc

36

40

42

68

72

120

72

72

164

Mz n

48

72

96

120

120

12

136

82

N/A


Port of Lázaro Cárdenas | In the World Foreland

West Coast North América Central United States América Canada Guatemala El Salvador South América Panamá Chile Colombia Argentina Ecuador Perú

Eastern Pacific

China Japan Singapore Malaysia Korea Philippines Taiwan

Thailand Russia Indonesia New Zealand Australia South Africa


Port of Lázaro Cárdenas | In México Hinterland States Michoacán México City México State Querétaro Veracruz Tamaulipas San Luis Potosí Nuevo León Guanajuato Guerrero Jalisco Morelos Puebla

• Covering over 60 million people in the country who generate over 60% of the GDP.


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Private & Public Port Terminals


Specialized Container Terminal I Multi-purpose Terminal I Multi-purpose Terminal II Bulk Grain Terminal Dismantling Ship Terminal Bulk Mineral Terminal Coal Terminal Metal & Mineral Terminal Chemical Products Bulk Terminal Fluid Terminal Health Control Checkpoint Vehicles patios Vegetable Oil Terminal Specialized Container Terminal II (TEC II) (PROJECT) Specialized Automotive Terminal (TEA) (PROJECT) Multi-purpose Terminal Iii (PROJECT)


Private Port Terminals ARCELOR MITTAL Leader World in Steel Industry Area: 6 Hectares Berthing positions: 2 Vessels reception capacity: 165,000 tons of displacement Depth: 16 m. Use: Private FERTINAL GROUP Leader Producer in Latin AmĂŠrica of fertilizer and derivates Area: 6 Hectares Berthing positions: 2 Vessels reception capacity: 60,000 tons of displacement Depth: 14 m. Use: Private


Private Port Terminals

Area: 121 Hectares Berthing position: 1 Vessels reception capacity : 165,000 tons of displacement Depth: 16.5 m Use: Private

Area: 8.6 Hectares Berthing positions: 2 Vessels reception capacity: 60,000 tons of displacement Depth: 14 m Use: Private


Public Port Terminal

Area: 12.7 Hectares Berthing positions: 3 Vessels reception capacity: 55,000 tons of displacement Depth: 8, 11 y 14 m. Use: Public


Public Port Terminals

Area: 3.6 Hectares Berthing position: 1 Vessels reception capacity: 80,000 tons of displacement Depth: 12 m Use: Public


Public Port Terminals

Area: 2.6 Hectares Berthing position : 1 Vessels reception capacity: 80,000 tons of displacement Depth:12 m Use: Public


Public Port Terminal

Area: 122 Hectares Area firt stage: 48.33 Has. Berthing positions: 4 Berthing positions on first stage: 2

Vessels reception capacity 140,000 tons of displacement Operation capacity: 2 million TEU’s annually Depth: 16 metros Investment: 4,400 mdp Use: Public


Public Port Terminal

Area: 20 Hectares Berthing position: 540 m. Investment: 825 mdp Use: Public


Public Port Terminal – Under construction

Area: 24 Hectares Berthing position: 650 m. Investment: 500 mdp Depth:16.5 m. Use: Public


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Port Projects


Specialized Container Terminal II

Area: 102 hectares. Water front: 1425 m. Berth Positions: 4 Capacity: 2 millions teus Productivity: 120 C/H/V/O

Bid: 2011. Beginning of operations: 2013. Invesment: 4,400 mdp. Use: Public.


Multi-Purpose Terminal III

Area: 15 ha. Dock: 286 m. Investment: $382 mdp.

Depth: 14 m. Vessel capacity reception: 80 mil tons. Warehouse: 5,215 m2. Railroad spur:: 2.3 km.


Specialized Vehicle Terminal

Area: 40.4 ha. Capacity: 750 thousand vehicles anually. Dock: 600 m. Investment: $ 486 mdp. Railroad spur: 2 km


Transport Logistics Activities Centre (ASLA)

Area: 14 hectares. Static Capacity: 620 Trailers (Full) Start operations: 2011 Investment: $2.23 Millions USD Use: Public

Area for logistics services, and general communication for users • • • • •

Paved and lighted parking Access control booths Windows procedures Communication facilities Restrooms, restaurants, workshops, etc.


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Infrastructure

Improvement Projects


Lázaro Cárdenas Custom Facilities

Area: 48.14 Has Througput: 2 million annual TEUs Inspection check point– first stage: 30 Inspection points Inspection check point– second stage: 90 Inspection points


Isla de las Palmas

TOTAL AREA: 628.43 Hectares

SURFACE DISTRIBUTION Free Trade Zone: 214.98 Has Railway Terminal: 181.17 Has Small & Medium enterprise park: 18 Has Maersk Line: 7 Has Industrial Park: 135 Has Services Area: 18 Has Green areas, Ecological Cordon: 54.38


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Public Work


Development Projects


Port of Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas | Statistics


TOTAL CARGO 31,602,143 29,450,998

20,860,647 21,187,412 18,997,663 17,674,363 17,683,895

Tons

15,941,756 14,329,850

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

General Cargo: Coal, petro coke, vehicles etc. Bulk Agro: Wheat. Bulk Mineral: Pellet , Coal, Fine d Pellet Container Cargo: Electronic Devices, auto parts, stainless steel, perishables, ceramic, stationary products, home decoration, polietilene, machinery, tires, etc. Oil and derivatives: Combust贸leo, Gas, Diesel,


OPERATED CARGO SHARE TOTAL CARGO 2011

31 MILLION 602 THOUSAND 143 TONS

2011/2010


TOTAL CARGO GROWTH 2009 – 2011

29,450,998

31,602,143

Tons

21,187,412

2009

2010

2011


CONTAINER MOVEMENT 953,497 796,023 591,467 524,791

TEU’s

270,240

1,646 2003

43,445 2004

132,479 160,969

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

IMPORT

2010

2011

EXPORT

ORIGEN

DESTINATION

ORIGEN

DESTINATION

CHINA

MEXICO CITY

MEXICO CITY

CHINA

KOREA

QUERETARO

NUEVO LEON

JAPAN

JAPAN

NUEVO LEON

MICHOACAN

PANAMA

CHILE

SAN LUIS POTOSI

JALISCO

TAIWAN

PANAMA

MEXICO STATE

MÉXICO STATE

COLOMBIA


CONTAINER CARGO GROWTH 2009 – 2011

953,497 796,023

TEU’s

591,467

2009

2010

2011


Traffic Cargo Distribution 2011 - TEUs 953,497

Traffic Distribution

284,164

242,254

41,910

406,709

Full

284,164 262,624

Empty

Total

IMPORT 262,624

IMPORT

EXPORT

TRANSHIPMENTS

Transportation Share Railway 56%

153,158

TOTAL

Truck 44%

109,466

Full

Empty EXPORT

Total


CONTAINER MOVEMENT BY TRAFFIC 2010 – 2011

953,497

TEU’s

796,023

488,013 390,864

IMPORT

465,484 405,159

EXPORT

TOTAL


TOP 10 IMPORT GOODS TEUs Participation January-November 2011 Chemical & Health products 3%

Food Grapes 3% 1%

Office Articles 5%

Others 3%

Auto parts & Spares 24%

Decorative Articles 4% Clothing & Textiles 9% Electronic Articcles 12%

Ironmongery & Building Articles 14%

Personal & Home Articles 22%


TOP 10 EXPORT GOODS TEUs Participation January-November 2011 Ironmongery & Building Articles 16% Others 15% Food 5% Chemical and Health products 8%

Auto parts & Spares 8% Personal & Home Articles 8%

Plastic Scrap 11%

Paper Scrap 6% Metal Scrap 9%

Office Articles 8%

Electronic Articles 6%


INTERMODAL CORRIDOR SHARE TEU’s - 2011

VERACRUZ 0%

ROJAS 0%

SAN LUIS POTOSI 5% PUERTA MEXICO 9%

GUADALAJARA ALTAMIRA 0% 0% VERACRUZ 0% LAREDO 0% KENDLETON 0%

SALINAS VICTORIA 10%

PANTACO 47%

CUAUTITLAN 13%

QUERETARO 16%


CONTAINER MOVEMENT SHIPPING LINE TEU’S – 2011

CHINA SHIPPING MSC CONTAINER 1% HAMBURG LINES SUD 1% 17% CCNI 2%

CSAV 12% EVERGREEN 1% COSCO 2%

CMA - CGM 3%

UASC 0% MAERSK 33%

APL 16% HAPAG-LLOYD 12%


VESSELS ARRIVAL 2010 - 2011

1571

1,488

1684

Vessels

1,343

228

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

196

DOMESTIC SERVICE

TOTAL


COMMERCIAL CARGO MOVEMENT MAIN PORTS 2010 – 2011

27,006,728 24,544,614

22,220,419 19,144,810

16,358,835

15,907,376

Tons

14,712,411

17,874,130

Manzanillo

Lázaro Cárdenas

2010

Altamira

2011

Veracruz


NATIONAL SHARE – TOTAL CARGO COMMERCIAL PORTS – TONS 2011


CONTAINER MOVEMENT MAIN PORTS 2010 – 2011

1,762,508

TEU’s

1,511,378

953,497 796,023

732,538

652,537

547,612

488,013

Manzanillo

Lázaro Cárdenas

2010

Veracruz

2011

Altamira


NATIONAL SHARE CONTAINER MOVEMENT TEU’s 2011


Manzanillo

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Veracruz

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Altamira

Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas

World Port Position

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

138

154

16

Balboa, Pan

212 265 279

90

77 75 77 89

13

Callao, Per

141 123 122 121 118

Manzanillo, Mex

Valparaiso, Chi

1 1

201 0 2 2 3 3 4

5

1

18

171 180 184 175

5

Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas, Mex

165 6

Ranking base de 365 puertos Source: Containerisation International - Yearbook 2011 World Container Port Traffic League Rank.

Guayaquil, Ecu

Buenaventura, Col. Source: CEPAL 2011

2

4

7 6 2

6

7

1


CRANE WORLD PERFORMANCE Crane/Hour/Container

LÁZARO CÁRDENAS

HONG KONG

30

28

SHANGHAI

32

NINGBO

30

YOKOHAMA

34

22

WORLD CONTAINER TRAFFIC LEAGUE RANK 2. Shangai 3. Hong Kong. 5. Busan. 29. Yokohama 154. Lázaro Cárdenas

BUSAN


Number of generated employments

Corporate Social Responsability EMPLOYMENTS GENERATED

20,956 21,227

21,063 21,965

25,789 27,277 26,080

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

2008

2009

27,596

2010

30,816

2011

Source: IMSS Delegaciรณn Michoacรกn Subdelegaciรณn Lรกzaro Cรกrdenas


Corporate Social Responsability EMPLOY PORT GENERATION Container Terminal: 1,116 employees

Arcelor Mittal: 5,200 employees.

Fertilizer Terminal: 1,270 employees


Corporate Social Responsability REFORESTATION 12500 9500

TREES PLANTED

10000 7500

5000 2800 1000 500 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Reforestation campaings on the port



Port of Lázaro Cárdenas 2011