Corporate Presentation - Allcargo Logistics

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CORPORATE

PROFILE

Who We Are

India’s
first
Integrated Logistics Multinational

Global presence
with services being offered to all the major trade
-
lanes in the world
through
189 own
offices in
89 countries including
network of agents and
franchisees

Diversified
Presence
across
the Logistics Sector



One of the dominant players in the CFS/ICD business in India



India’s leading integrated Projects & Engineering solution
providers



Global presence in LCL Consolidation with own offices



Freight forwarding and Air
-
cargo
-

Global Network



Emerging 3PL business



Presence in coastal shipping through three own
ships


Integrated
Logistics
Capabilites


Vision Statement

About The Group

TURNOVER

Approx. $
700
Million (FY
12
-
13)

NET WORTH

Approx. $ 350 Million

Particulars (Rs. Cr.)

15M 2011
-
12

CY 2010

CY 2009

CY 2008

CY 2007

Total Revenue
in INR
Cr.



4324.5



2889.9



2089.5



2324.7



1618.6

Revenue growth of CAGR 30% over last five years

About The Group

ECU Line

2664

Allcargo
-
India

622

HCL
-
India

295

Meridian

142

Contract
-

India

4298

ICDs

29

Total

8050

Assets/Equipment

Employees

Cranes (Upto 750 MT)

152

Trailers

507

Stackers

36

Forklifts

56

Hydraulic Axles

198

Barges

2

Ship

3

RTGC

4

Overseas


Equipment

120

Offices & Warehouses


Headquartered

in Mumbai with ECU line headquarter
in Antwerp. Regional offices in Hong
-
Kong,
Singapore, Romania, Chile, Venezuela and Dubai



Warehouses
at

Goa, Pithampur,
Hosur
,
Bhiwandi
,
Dubai, Singapore, Antwerp, Brazil, Rotterdam


About The Group

Allcargo Logistics Ltd.

Headoffice at Kalina, Mumbai

ECU LINE, Headoffice
,
Antwerp

Corporate Milestones

Started as Cargo handling operator at Mumbai port

1993

Entered into LCL consolidation as an agent of ECU Line

1995

2003

Started Container Freight Station (CFS) at JNPT, the largest Indian port

2005
-
06

Acquired ECU Line in stages over a period of 2 years

Investment by New Vernon

Jan ‘06

Listing on Indian stock exchanges


BSE & NSE

June‘06

Acquired Hindustan Cargo, the freight forwarding arm of Thomas Cook

Dec ‘06

2007

Started 2 new CFSs at Chennai & Mundra

2008


Merged the Equipment Hiring business (
TransIndia
)


Investment by Blackstone

2009



Blackstone increases its
stake
by converting warrants



Started operations in 3PL



Started 1st ICD at Pithampur

2010



Raised US$23.5 M via
QIP
in April, 2010



Acquired
two HK

based entities

2011


Acquired
Mumbai
-
based Project
Logistics co. in April, 2011


Started
ICD Dadri

2012

Started second
CFS in JNPT

Awards & Recognition


Global Indian Maritime Personality


MACCIA


Freight Forwarder of the Year


Project Cargo



News Maker of the Year


Maritime & Logistics Awards, Sep 2012


Heavylift Mover of the Year
-

Maritime & Logistics
Awards, Sep 2012



LCL
Consolidator of the Year


3rd South
East CEO Conclave &
Awards
2011


Indian
Freight Forwarder of Year


1st Northern India Multimodal
Logistics Awards


Chairman
won
-

CEO of the Year with HR Orientation


Asia’s
Best Employer

Brand
Awards,
Singapore



Logistics
Company of the year


Maritime and Logistics
Awards


Maritime
Gateway Award


Best Private CFS Operator in
India


Chairman won


E&Y
Entrepreneur of the Year


Services Category


ELSC


Face of Logistics Industry



Logistics
Company of the year


NDTV Business Leadership Awards



Logistics
Company of the year


Maritime Gateway
Awards

2011

2010

2009

2008

2012

2013

Management Team

Mr. Umesh Shetty

Executive Director



Projects

& Engg Solutions


Director
on Board of Allcargo and Head
Projects and Engg Division


Holds
a Bachelor of Commerce degree
and has a wide and rich experience of
more than 18 years in logistic business.


Director
in ECU Line Companies.


Mr. Adarsh Hegde

Executive Director



Director
on Board of Allcargo
and heads Corporate Marketing.


Mechanical
Engineering degree
and has over 22 years of
experience in the logistics
industry.


Mr
. Hegde has served
as
President
of the Container
Freight Station Association of
India.


Mr. Shashi Kiran Shetty

Executive Chairman


Mr
. Shashi Kiran Shetty holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree.


Started
his career in the logistics industry in 1978 with
Inter
-

modal Transport and Trading Systems Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai from
where
he moved to Forbes Gokak, a TATA Group Company.


In
1982


set
-
up TransIndia Freight Services to cater to
liner

shipping
services.


He
has served as ex
-
trustee of Mumbai Port Trust and
is
currently
the Vice
-
Chairman of the Association of Multimodal
Transport
Operators of India (AMTOI).

Management Team


MD for the global NVOCC business


Holds a degree in shipping and logistics
with 28 years of experience in the shipping,
logistics and NVOCC industries.


With the ECU Line group since the last 20
years.

Mr.

Kris
DeWitte

MD
-

ECU Line

Mr.

Ajay Rao

President
-

Business Development


President
-

Business Development


Heads
warehousing vertical globally


Heads
contract logistics vertical in India


Holds
a business degree from the US


Over
15 years experience in diverse
areas in logistics


Wide
and rich experience running
international businesses.


CEO

for the Project Logistics Vertical


More than 30 years of experience in
project transport Industry in India ,
Asia & Europe


Wide and Rich experience in the
areas of financial & business
management of project cargo logistics

Mr.

Armin
Kalyaniwalla

CEO


Project Logistics


Heads the Shipping Service division.


Master mariner with 29 years of experience
in Shipping & marine services.


Set up Hyundai Merchant Marine India and
headed


Its India operations till 2007 followed by a
stint at Jindal Waterways, the shipping arm
of Jindal Saw Ltd.

Capt. Ashok S

CEO


Shipping Services

Mr.

Marc Stoffelen

Jt. CEO


ECU Line


CEO

for the global NVOCC Business


Holds a degree in shipping and
logistics with 28 years of experience in
the shipping, logistics and NVOCC
industries.


With the ECU Line group since the last
19 years.


Director on board for ECU Hold NV.

Mr.

S. Suryanarayanan

Director


Finance Jt. CEO ECU Line


Has responsibility for ECU Line globally


Heads
the Group Finance & Accounts function.


Chartered Accountant with 28 years of work


Experience in industries like Consulting,


Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Shipping &


Logistics and Telecom

NVOCC


ECU Line

is a leading player in the global LCL Consolidation market and enjoys scale both in
terms of reach and in terms of
volume


LCL Consolidation is a asset light division generating high returns


ECU

has a strong global network with presence
world over
covering
over 5000 port pairs
destinations


Scale is of utmost importance in the LCL consolidation market and provides an effective
entry barrier


ECU
’s
global network allows Allcargo to serve most of the trade lanes and operate direct lines to
several places thereby eliminating transshipment cost to the client, reducing transit times and
eliminating multiple handling of cargo


Large volumes help
ECU

to enjoy preferential freight rates with shipping lines and lead to operating
leverage


Having offices at both origination and destination enables
ECU

to exercise better operational control,
thereby ensuring one culture and one mandate, leading to lower cost and higher
margin

LCL Consolidation Business Under the Global Brand of ECU Line

Container Freight Stations/

Inland Container Depots

Container Freight Stations / Inland Container Depots

15


Allcargo
has leveraged its
relationships with freight
forwarders and major
shipping lines by entering
into CFS Division


Company has CFSs at
JNPT, Chennai and Mundra
with total CFS capacity of
445,000
TEUs p.a. and an
ICD at Pithampur & Dadri
with capacity of 36,000 &
75,000 TEUs p.a.


JNPT and Chennai are the
key ports in India handling
bulk of the container traffic.
The two ports together
handled ~76% of the total
container traffic in India in
2011

Current CFSs/ICDs

ICD, with road bridging

Proposed ICDs/CFS

Chennai

(Commenced
May 2007)

Current Capacity: 84,000 TEU

Total Area: 25 acres

Developed Area: 25 acres

Bangalore

Total Area:
110
acres

Hyderabad

Total Area: 40 acres

Nagpur

Total Area: 63 acres

Mumbai

(Commenced
April 2003)

Current Capacity: 144,000 TEU

Total Area: 24 acres

Developed Area: 24 acres

Mundra

Mundra (commenced May 2007)

Current Capacity: 77,000 TEU

Total Area: 16 acres

Developed Area: 16 acres

Dadri

Total Area: 11 acres (leased)

Pithampur

Total Area: 14 acres
Capacity: 36,000 TEU p.a.

Mumbai
-
II

Commenced
Dec
,2012
)

Capacity: 140,000 TEU

Total Area:
43
acres

Developed Area:
25
acres

CFS Pictures

16

Shipping Services

SHIPPING SERVICES
-

Introduction

Allcargo
Susheela


Allcargo Logistics made a strategic foray into coastal shipping through ship
-
owning by
purchase of three General Cargo vessels
.


These are Indian flagged ships and are being run in coastal shipping across Indian Ports

Allcargo
Arathi

Allcargo
Laxmi

SHIPPING SERVICES
-

Specifications



M.V. Allcargo Laxmi

M.V. Allcargo Arathi

M.V. Allcargo Susheela

Current Routes

Indian Coastal

Indian Coastal

Indian Coastal

Ship Type

General Cargo

General Cargo

General Cargo
-

Multi Purpose

Year Built /
Country

1992 / Japan

1992 / Japan

2001/Poland

LOA

111.60 meters

111.60 meters

107.75 meters

Beam

18.00 meters

18.00 meters

18.20 meters

Moulded Depth

7.60 meters

7.60 meters

Summer Draft

5.813 meters

5.813 meters

7.50 meters

Summer Deadweight
(DWT)

6266 MT

6268 MT

7644 MT

GRT/NRT

4860 / 2196

4897 / 2196

6204/2900

Cargo Gear

2 x 25 MT

SWL STBD Cranes

2 x 25 MT

SWL STBD Cranes

2 x 80 T SWL Port side
Cranes

Hatches / Holds

4 panels folding type (2 +2
)
31.5
m x 13.5 m x 7.6
m
(
Macgregor folding)


4 panels folding type (2 +2
) 31.5
m
x 13.5 m x 7.6
m (
Macgregor
folding)


2x2 Panels Folding Type

Hatch 1: 19.95 m x 15.93 m;
Hatch 2: 44.50 m x 15.93 m;
Container Capacity: 375 TEUs

Cargo Types carried
onboard

Bulk, Break
Bulk,
Minerals,

Steel,
Bagged Cargo, Project
Cargo,
Heavy Vehicles

Bulk, Break Bulk, Minerals,

Steel,
Bagged Cargo, Project Cargo,
Heavy Vehicles

Bulk, Break Bulk, Minerals,

Steel, Bagged Cargo, Project
Cargo, Heavy Vehicles

SHIPPING SERVICES
-

Our Routes

Project Forwarding

22


Established footprint in Project Vertical
-

2004


India’s leading project forwarding company


Innovative Project Solutions introduced for
multiple sectors (Petrochemicals, Oil & Gas,
Power, Engineering & Infrastructure etc.)
through its owned controlled fleet of
equipment


Multifaceted project team on ground with rich
national and international experience across
sectors


Consistently chartering vessels including
heavylifts and moving on an avg. 300,000
freight tons/annum from last 3 years


Strong presence in Power, Infrastructure and
Oil & Gas Sector


Strong adherence to QHSE standards

About Project Forwarding

Asset Base

Equipment

Type

Quantity

HYDRAULIC

AXLES

198

PRIME MOVERS

23

GIRDER BRIDGE

1

BARGES

2

STOOLS

102

BEAMS

52

JACKS

18

ROLLERS

8

WINCHES/CHAIN PULLEYS, RO/RO RAMPS,
SPREADERS,SPACERS,BOLSTERS
ETC.

24

BARGE NAME : FRONT RUNNER
-

VASHISTH


(FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE)



LOA : 55.00M


BREADTH (MLD) : 15.00M


DEPTH (MLD) : 3.00M


FULL LOAD DRAFT : 2.15M


GROSS TONS : 618.00


REGISTERED TONS : 186.00


DECK STRENGTH : 10 TONS PER M2


TYPE : OCEAN GOING FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE


DWT : 1305 TONS


BARGE
NAME : D. B. DIVAR
-

KASHYAP


(FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE)



LOA : 46.00M


BREADTH (MLD) : 14.00M


DEPTH (MLD) : 2.50M


FULL LOAD DRAFT : 1.81M


DECK STRENGTH : 10 TONS PER M2


TYPE : OCEAN GOING FLAT TOP DUMB BARGE


DWT : 1152 TONS


REGISTERING AUTHORITY : MERCANTILE MARINE DEPT
(MMD)


CERTIFICATION : INDIAN REGISTER OF SHIPPING (IRS)


CLASS NOTATION : SU
-
PONTOON, ‘UNRESTRICTED SERVICE’


Barges

25

Girder Bridge


Capacity:
400 MT

Projects Executed


Few Case Studies

CASE STUDY: British Gas


Project Awarded to Allcargo by
British Gas
and
involved:


-
Loading of the module (565 tons)
into the Heavylift vessel

-
Sea freight from Houston, USA to
Mumbai Port

-
Receiving the module onto heavy
lift barge at Mumbai Port

-
Barging the module from Mumbai
Port to the offshore platform off
the west coast of Gujarat

-
Lifting of module from the barge
onto the Oil Exploration Platform



CASE STUDY: Reliance

Reliance ADAG Group:
Sasan

6 x 660 MW Ultra Mega Power
Project at
Sasan
, Madhya Pradesh


Project Awarded to Allcargo by
Reliance
and involved
port handling, Custom Clearance
and inland transportation

CASE STUDY: Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. KOCHI REFINERY, CAPACITY EXPANSION CUM MODERNISATION
PROJECT (CEMP PHASE
-
II): 38.33 M x 5.9 M (Height) /800 TONS


Project Awarded to Allcargo by BPCL and involved movement of 800 ton reactor from Kochi port
to BPCL
-
Kochi site

CASE STUDY: Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd.

CHENNAI PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD. REFINERY EURO IV IMPLEMENTATION, CAPACITY EXPANSION CUM
MODERNISATION PROJECT : 42.33 M x 5.46 M X 5.72 M (Height) /650 TONS


Project Awarded to Allcargo by CPCL and involved movement of 650 ton reactor from Chennai port to
CPCL Refinery site

CASE STUDY: L&T

LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED :L&T KORADI, 3X 660 MW TPS EXPANSION 10.6
M x
5.0
M X
5.0
M
/360.5 MT


Project Awarded to Allcargo by
L&T
and involved movement of
360.5 Ton Generator Stator from Mumbai
Port to
Koradi


Other Heavy Lifts Handled

Other Heavy Lifts Handled

EQUIPMENT

35


Inventory
:

Asset

base

of

152

cranes

ranging

from

40
-
750

MT

deployed

across

sectors

such

as

power,

refinery,

oil

and

gas,

wind

energy,

steel,

cement

etc
.



Crane

Type
:

All

terrain

cranes,

crawler

cranes,

telescopic

cranes

and

lattice

boom

cranes

from

manufacturers

such

as

Liebherr

,

Terex
-

Demag,

Kobelco

,

Manitowoc
.


Safety
:

Occupational

Health

Safety

Assessment

Series

(OHSAS)

certified

and

high

focus

on

safety

standards


Quality
:

Qualified

for

Associate

Members

of

LEEA

(Lifting

Equipment

and

Engineers

Association),

UK

About Equipment Division

Capacity in MT

Quantity

Upto 100

53

101
-
200

43

201
-
400

34

400
-
750

22

Crane Type

Quantity

Telescopic

79

Crawlers

66

Truck Lattice

7

Our Assurance on Safety & Quality

PRESENCE ACROSS SECTORS

Thermal Power

Presence Across Sectors

CFS & Ports

Presence Across Sectors

Wind Energy

Presence Across Sectors

Engg. & Infra

Presence Across Sectors

Cement
-

Steel

Presence Across Sectors

Oil & Gas

Presence Across Sectors

Equipment Owned By
U
s

44

Telescopic Crane 40 MT to 500 MT

Crawler Cranes 40 MT to
5000 MT

Trailers

Hydraulic Axles

Projects Executed


Few Case Studies

The

scope

was

to

erect

1200

ton

vessel

at

IOCL

Refinery,

Paradip
.

The

job

was

completed

in

association

with

Mammoet
.


SECTOR: Refinery

Sector

Crane

Crane
Capacity

Weight Lifted

Location

Refinery

CC8800
-
1 &

Liebherr LR 1750
(Crawler Crane)

1600 MT &
750 Ton

1200 Ton

IOCL Refinery,
Paradip

Liebherr
LR 1750 (750 ton) used for erecting
various vessels ranging from 120 ton to 260
tons for Hindustan Mittal Energy’s
Bhatinda

Refinery Project.


Sector

Crane

Crane
Capacity

Weight Lifted

Location

Oil

&

Gas

(Petrochemical

Complex

)

Liebherr

LR 1750

(Crawler

Crane)

750 Ton

120 Ton & 260 Ton

Guru
Govind

Singh Refinery

(
Bhatinda
)

SECTOR: Oil & Gas

Salvage of Turbine after bridge
collapse
:

Allcargo
Logistics Ltd has undertaken a
number of
recovery & salvage
jobs. The
picture
here
shows a turbine weighing
280 ton being recovered from a river
bed
by
utilizing our Liebherr LR 1650 (650
ton) crane. The turbine was lying in the
river and was recovered successfully
without any further damage.

SECTOR: Engineering & Infrastructure

Sector

Crane

Crane
Capacity

Weight Lifted

Location

Engineering
Infrastructur
e

Liebherr

LR 1650

(Crawler

Crane)

650 Ton

280 Ton

Bhavnagar

(Gujarat)

Allcargo Logistics Ltd. has
undertaken
numerous green field thermal power projects:

-
2 x 660 MW
Lanco

Korba

-
2 x 660 MW
Lanco

Vidharba

-
2 x 600 MW
Kondapalli

-
BHEL Nagpur


Mettur
Thermal Power Plant in Tamil Nadu.


This
job was carried out using Demag CC
2600 (500 Ton) capacity crane. The heaviest
girder erected was 115 ton at a height of 100
meters.


SECTOR: Thermal Power

Sector

Crane

Crane
Capacity

Weight Lifted

Location

Thermal
Power

Demag CC
2600
(Crawler
Crane)

500 Ton

115 Ton

Mettur (Tamil
Nadu)

Safety Induction

Toolbox Talk

O&E Centre Certifications




OHSAS Certified



LEEA Certification



ISO 9001:2008
Certification

Operations & Engineering (O&E) Centre

Few of our Clients




Few of our Clients

Major
thrust areas :
A) Education B) Environment
C) Health


RECENT ACTIVITIES


Education:

Association with the Light of Life foundation


Environmen
t: Association with the Bombay natural History
Society


Health:

Association with
Seon

Ashram, Mangalore


ONGOING ACTIVITIES

Education
-

Donations

1.
Arati

& SK Shetty College of Information Technology

2.
SVS elementary school

3.
SVS College,
bantwal

4.
Koproli

School

5.
SMS College

Society
-
--
Donations

1.
Donation towards Cancer Aid Society

2.
Blind Association

3.
Mother Teresa Foundation.

4.
Lions and rotary clubs events for eye camps and else

5.
Mumbai Marathon


Employees
-

Safety and Health

1.
OEC,
Panvel

Corporate Social Responsibility at Allcargo

Corporate Social Responsibility at Allcargo