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					  FEPORT - Federation of European Private Port Operators




        SEMINAR - La Spezia, October 13th 2000




      TERMINAL OPERATORS
        and GLOBALISATION




              TARROS’
           EXPERIENCE




Giorgio MUSSO
                              Lerici, October 13th 2000
            TARROS
         DOOR TO DOOR
      CONTAINER CARRIER
DEDICATED TO TRAFFIC IN THE MED
     HOME PORT: LA SPEZIA
TRAFFIC 2000: more than 100.000 TEUS




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 In the GLOBALISATION ERA
         what should
    a LOCAL OPERATOR
        do to SURVIVE




• CARE about CUSTOMER’S NEED


• EXPAND the VALUE CHAIN in the
 TRANSPORTATION CYCLE




• UNDERSTAND the CRUCIAL ITEMS
 in the DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM



                 2
          The TRANSPORTATION
                 CHAIN
SHIPPER
                                                RECEIVER




          WHERE ARE THE CRUCIAL ITEMS

                IN OUR BUSINESS      ?
                   ? VESSELS ?
              It’s EASIER TO BUILD a
           100.000 tons capacity VESSEL
          than an APARTMENTS BUILDING
                  The ship market is so
                   plentiful and cheap
           that the vessels do not seem to be
            in the near future a crucial item

                 ? CONTAINERS ?
                   Same as above

                ? ORGANIZATION &
                     LOGISTIC ?
               It is just a matter of
              GOOD MANAGEMENT:
          it is NOT an EXTERNAL FACTOR
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                ? PORTS ?
       There is no general rule



In some places in the world
(Far East - Northern Europe - North America)

ports are INCREASING every year in

CAPACITY & EFFICIENCY:
NO LIMIT to grow
is foreseen in the near future



Other places just allow a

LIMITED GROWTH:
NOT ENOUGH to keep up to
the pace of TRAFFIC       GROWTH

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        some comments on Italy
        and north Tyrrenian ports

  In the Mediterranean sea trade
OUR COUNTRY alone participates to
  about 50% of the total SHARE

    The Italian SEATRADE in CONTAINER is
   more than DOUBLED in the last 10 YEARS
              (transhipment excluded)


                85% of Italian trade
               ORIGINATES (from/to) in
                 NORTHERN ITALY
              (including Toscana and Marche)


          TWO PORT AREAS
      are dedicated to this trade:

NORTH ADRIATIC PORTS
      (from Trieste to Ancona)

NORTH TYRRENIAN PORTS
      (from Savona to Livorno)

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            TRAFFIC
    from January till July 2000:

• NORTH ADRIATIC PORTS                     :
                280.000 teus                               14%

• NORTH TYRRENIAN PORTS                           :
                1.720.000 teus                             86%




                                          + 1.051 miglia
                   + 359 miglia



                                  + 73 miglia


   GIBILTERRA                  1.925 miglia
                                     + 7 miglia
                                                            PORTO
                                                             SAID




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Are NORTH TYRRENIAN PORTS
              able to
           INCREASE
 CAPACITY AND EFFICIENCY

      in the NEAR FUTURE?



 NO NEW PORT is FORESEEN
               in the
          Piano Generale
   dei Trasporti e della Logistica
             (July 2000)



 What about EXISTING PORTS ?



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      SAVONA
slight possibilities of
    growth of the
   container traffic
                      GENOVA
               limited possibilities
          of growth, both in the old port
          and in Voltri (due to geographical
           and morphological limitations to
            terminals and quays; besides a
          bottleneck situation in road and rail
                   access to inland)

                      LA SPEZIA
                port growth limited by
             environmental problems (the last
             PRP refused by the city, struggling
              now to reach a compromise with
               strong restrictions to the port
                        expansion)



            LIVORNO
  port growth limited by structural
  (shallow waters and limited piers) and
  commercial problems (distance from
            industrial areas)

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         …. and concluding

      HOME PORT IN OUR TRADE
               IS CRUCIAL

    We, as MEDITERRANEAN OPERATORS
    mainly oriented on the Italian market,
             are convinced that
          a DEDICATED TERMINAL
       in the NORTH TYRRENIAN SEA
                is ESSENTIAL
                to SURVIVE.

              WAYS OF ACCESS
TO THE MAIN INDUSTRIAL AREA of our country
  will be BOTTLENECKED in the near future
                     by
         NORTH TYRRENIAN PORT
             LACK OF CAPACITY

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