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  • Perspectives from the North Sea Region

    MARITIME TRANSPORT

    AND FUTURE POLICIES

    Stefan Breitenbach

    Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V.

    Hannover, 25.04.2013

  • 1. Introduction -

    MTC in a Nutshell

    2. Development Process

    of the MTC Policy Paper

    3. The MTC Policy Paper

    + 2 Thematic Examples

    AGENDA

  • MARITIME TRANSPORT CLUSTER

    IN A NUTSHELL

    “A Cluster is to provide a structure and funding for partners in different projects within and across priorities to work together on common issues.” Source: The NSRP Secretariat

    The Maritime Transport Cluster (MTC)

    •Applies the cluster idea to the maritime transport sector.

    •Main Objective: To compose policy advice based on the NSR experiences to contribute to the discussions on future EU transport policy developments.

    WP 3

    WP 4 WP 5

  • 1. Introduction -

    MTC in a Nutshell

    2. Development Process

    of the MTC Policy Paper

    3. The MTC Policy Paper

    + 2 Thematic Examples

    AGENDA

  • RESULTS WORK PACKAGE 3

    ANALYSES & CONSOLIDATION

    Hot Topics - Research Analysis:

    Hot Topics - Project Analysis:

  • RESULTS WORK PACKAGE 4

    MARKET DERIVED PERSPECTIVES

    • Lack of qualified

    employees

    • Health of the workers

    Recycling

    Renewable

    energies Alternative

    drives

    Sustainability

    Reduction of air

    pollutants and

    emissions

    Modal shift

    * Noise reduction measures (rail/road and under-water noise)

    **(Earlier) data transfer from sea (terminal) side to hinterland enabling better interconnectivity/ mode choices.

    Port community systems exist but there are difficulties to transfer data to inland systems.

    Improvement of

    the quality of

    live & job

    opportunities

    ICT

    TechnologyEU wide harmonisation

    of rules & regulations

    and standardisation

    Consultation included discussions

    on main concerns regarding market

    development, hot topics,

    current research gaps…

    • SSS, IWT

    • SC optimization

    • Ballast water treatment

    • *Reduction of noise

    emissions

    • ICZM

    •LNG • Cold Ironing

    • E-mobility and fuel cell

    technology

    • E-navigation

    • **Better interconnectivity

  • RESULTS WORK PACKAGE 5

    POLICY PERSPECTIVES & POLICY ADVICE

    Project

    &Research

    Analyses

    (WP 3)

    Links to EU

    Policy Papers /

    Involvement of

    Sectoral

    Organisations

    Marked

    Derived

    Perspective

    (WP 4)

    WP 5

    The MTC Policy Paper:

    „Maritime Transport and Future Policies“

    •White Paper on Transport , Europe 2020

    strategy, CEF,

    •TEN-T guidelines, Annual MoS review,

    SWP emissions, national transport

    plans,

    •ERDF Regulation, North Sea Region

    2020

    E.g. of sector organisations involved:

  • 1. Introduction -

    MTC in a Nutshell

    2. Development Process

    of the MTC Policy Paper

    3. The MTC Policy Paper

    + 2 Thematic Examples

    AGENDA

  • Maritime Transport and Future Policies

    Perspectives from the North Sea Region

    Ten main themes for the future were identified:

    1. A Leading Maritime Region

    2. Efficient Transport

    3. Smart Solutions

    4. Combining the Modes

    5. Infrastructure - the Solid Base

    6. Planning the North Sea Region

    7. Green Maritime Transport

    8. Research and Knowledge Management

    9. Working in the Transport Sector

    10. Maritime Business Perspectives

    The MTC Policy Paper

  • Ultra Large Container Vessels (ULCV) Calling Main Ports in Europe

  • Prompt handling of hinterland traffic add up to 5,000 TEU:Prompt handling of hinterland traffic add up to 5,000 TEU:

    More Peaks in Hinterland Traffic Caused by Increasing Loading Capacities of ULCV

    Assumptions

    Share of the modes of

    transport according to Port

    of Hamburg’s modal split

    (containerised cargo).

    Assumed capacity by each

    Mode of Transport:

    •90 TEU per Barge

    •75 TEU per Train

    •1.6 TEU per Truck

    1,800 TEU via Rail

    ≈ 25 Trains

    1,800 TEU via Rail

    ≈ 25 Trains 3,100 TEU via LKW

    ≈ 1,900 Trucks

    3,100 TEU via LKW

    ≈ 1,900 Trucks 100 TEU via IWT

    ≈ 2 Barges

    100 TEU via IWT

    ≈ 2 Barges

    One Ocean-Going Vessel Short Sea- &

    Feeder Service

    © Port of Hamburg Marketing

    3,000 TEU

    Handling of 8,000 TEU at

    the Ocean-Going Vessel

    (13,000 TEU Class)

    Handling of 8,000 TEU at

    the Ocean-Going Vessel

    (13,000 TEU Class)

  • Efficient

    Transport

    Smart

    Solutions

    Combining

    the Modes

    Infrastructure -

    the Solid Base

    Linking to the NSRP Projects

    (Exempels):

    �Dryport

    �Food Port

    �LO-PINOD

    �StratMoS

  • Cruise Sector One of a New Business Opportunity for the NSR

    + 5 ,6

    %

    18 19

    WORLDWIDEWORLDWIDE

    1 ,0

    2 7 1 ,2

    1 9 1

    ,3 8

    8

    + 1 9 %

    + 1 4 %

    GERMANYGERMANY

  • Efficient

    Transport

    Infrastructure -

    the Solid Base

    Green Maritime

    Transport

    Research and

    Knowledge

    Management

    Working in

    the Transport

    Sector

    Planning the North Sea Region

    Linking to the NSRP Projects

    (Exempels):

    �Clean North

    Sea Shipping

    �Cruise Gateway

    �iTransfer

    �NMU

  • MTC Supporters

    Thank you for your Attention!

    MTC Supporters

    www.maritimetransportcluster.eu

  • Perspectives from the North Sea Region

    MARITIME TRANSPORT

    AND FUTURE POLICIES

    Stefan Breitenbach

    Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V.

    Hannover, 25.04.2013