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EUROPORTS

Company Presentation September 2011 www.euroports.com

Introduction
EUROPORTS is one of the largest port operators in continental Europe We handle in total some 73 mill tonnes annually with a strong focus on general cargo and dry bulk
56 mill tonnes pa via our own multi-use port terminals 17 mill tonnes pa via quaysides of our industrial customers

We have 21 port terminal operations in Europe plus two in China.


485 ha of long term port concessions 31 km of quay length

We also operate on behalf of our industrial customers at a further 10 sites 550 million turnover with a FTE staff of 2,800 EUROPORTS portfolio was formed in summer 2006 and grew rapidly during 2007 EUROPORTS is owned by a consortium of financial institutions:
Brookfield Infrastructure Group Antin Infrastructure Partners Arcus European Infrastructure Fund
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(Canada) (France) (Italy & UK)

EUROPORTS Terminal Network


Jining Changshu Pietarsaari

Rauma

Rostock

Terminal in Operation Terminal in Development

Ghent Le Havre Rouen

Antwerp Liege

Pagny Savona Vado Genoa

Venice

Varna

Tarragona

EUROPORTS is a diversified port operator with capabilities across many cargo segments. Key focus on dry bulk and general cargo.

EUROPORTS Objectives
EUROPORTS is committed to provide first-class port operations at key ports across continental Europe. The company provides commercial and operating services to a wide spectrum of clients on a neutral basis. EUROPORTS develops its portfolio by:
Co-ordinating and developing commercial relationships across the portfolio. Driving commercial and operating synergies. Transferring operational excellence. Strong and stable financial base. Integrating businesses into a wider corporate culture.

EUROPORTS Development
EUROPORTS aims to continue growing its portfolio through:
New terminals via acquisition. On-going investment in existing operations. Development of greenfield projects. Partnerships with industrial companies.

Terminal Portfolio

EUROPORTS Belgium
12 terminals
4 in Antwerp 2 in Ghent 1 in Meerhout 4 in Liege 1 in Charleroi

General Cargo Forest Products Speciality Dry Bulks Inland Dry Bulks Inland container terminals Supply Chain activities

EUROPORTS Belgium General Cargo and Forest Products Largest European Forest Product Terminal
88-ha Antwerp left-bank terminal handles forest products and general cargo. The largest terminal for finished paper in Europe. High quality operations. 33 warehouses 4 million tonnes pa Principal traffics: Paper. Forest products (pulp, timber, etc). General Cargo (steel pipes, ingots, granite blocs, etc). Containers and trailers.
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EUROPORTS Belgium Speciality Dry Bulks 5 Belgian port terminals


EUROPORTS operates 5 speciality bulk terminals in Belgium
3 locations in Antwerp 2 locations in Ghent.

Provides the largest covered storage facility for speciality bulk products in Northern Europe (over 1 mill tonnes capacity). Has the worlds largest finished sugar storage facility. Principal cargoes include sugar, fertilizer and industrial minerals.

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EUROPORTS Belgium Inland Dry Bulks 5 inland dry bulk terminals


Operates 5 inland dry bulk terminals in Belgium
4 terminals in Liege 1 terminal in Charleroi

Largest operator in Liege (the 3rd largest inland port in Europe). Principal traffics include minerals, iron & steel, ferro alloys, de-icing-salt, aggregates, concrete products, fertilizers, animal feedstuffs, timber, and secondary raw materials Additionally operates at 8 quayside industrial sites in the Liege area.

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EUROPORTS Containers Unique network of inland container terminals Located in Belgium & France

FRANCE Pagny Terminal ( Fr- Burgundy Region ) Rouen

BELGIUM Antwerp - 2 x right-bank terminals 524 & 170, 1 x left-bank terminal 1207 Meerhout - EUROPORTS Containers Meerhout Liege Monsin Liege Trilogiport (in development)

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EUROPORTS Containers Rapidly growing network of inland container terminals The congestion-free alternative
All inland container terminals offer excellent connections with the main transport corridors in their area. EUROPORTS container terminal network includes Meerhout on the Albert Canal, one of the largest inland terminals in Europe. In Antwerp we operate 3 terminals (Quays 524, 172 & 1207). We operate an owned barge network linking our terminals with the main deepsea hubs of Antwerp, Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Services offered:

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Container handling Container storage Inventory control Barging Trucking Rail

EUROPORTS France Forest Products, Speciality Dry Bulk & General Cargo
EUROPORTS operates 2 port terminals in France
Rouen - forest products Le Havre - sugar

Our Rouen terminal is 40 nautical miles from the open sea and ideally located to serve the Paris region EUROPORTS Rouen is the largest forest products terminal in France In Le Havre we operate the Sucre Ocean sugar terminal in a 50:50 joint venture with SHGT Additionally in France EUROPORTS has extensive logistics operations including barging, warehousing and a container terminal in Pagny

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EUROPORTS China Chinas leading Forest Products terminal

EUROPORTS Changshu Westerlund terminal is the largest break-bulk forest products terminal in China Changshu is 90 km west of Shanghai located on the Yangtze River 1.5km deep-water quay with 7 berths 80,000 sq.m warehousing EUROPORTS also operates an inland terminal at Jining and provides freight forwarding services via its own fully licensed company
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EUROPORTS Finland 2 west-coast terminals The largest paper export terminal in Finland
Rauma on the south-west coast and Pietarsaari in the north-west. Long term service contract with UPM-Kymmene but offering multiuser independent facilities. Rauma is Finlands largest paper-handling port. EUROPORTS Finnish ports handle paper, pulp, forest products, speciality bulks, containers, ro/ro and general cargo. Rauma is the 4th largest port in Finland overall, and 3rd largest container port (175,000 TEU)

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EUROPORTS Iberica One of the Deepest Draft Terminals on the Mediterranean


EUROPORTS Iberica is based in Tarragona on Spains Mediterranean coast. EUROPORTS Iberica operates the largest coal terminal on the Mediterranean sea. Tarragona has the deepest draft in the Mediterranean (Cape-size) allowing efficient transshipments. EUROPORTS in Tarragona handles coal, clinker, animal feed, cereals, steel, project cargo and forest products. Long term contracts with key energy companies to supply coal to power stations. New forest products and general cargo terminal operational from late 2010.

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EUROPORTS Italy Largest Dry Bulk Operator in Italy


EUROPORTS controls Terminal Rinfuse Italia, the largest dry bulk operator in Italy. EUROPORTS ownership is 80%. Terminal Rinfuse Italia has 3 terminals located in Northern Italy:
Genoa Venice Vado.

TRI handles coal, clinker, grain, animal feedstuffs, steel, general cargo and ro/ro ferries.

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EUROPORTS Germany Largest Deep Water German Port on the Baltic


SHRU is the largest operator in the Port of Rostock. 50% owned by EUROPORTS. Operates from 85 hectares of long term concession port land. Principal activities: Oil terminal and tank farm Grain and fertiliser terminals Dry bulks (mainly coal) General cargo and steel Paper terminal Ro/Ro operations Intermodal terminal

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Industrial (out-sourcing) operations

Industrial Operations
11 separate terminal sites operated on behalf of our clients handling a total of 17 mill tonnes Operations located in Liege, Ghent, Varna and Suzhou Clients: Arcelor, Corus, Imerys, Lhoist, CBR, Holcim, Solvay, Italcementi, Umicore, StoraEnso

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Supply Chain Services

Supply Chain Services


EUROPORTS has a rapidly growing network of logistics businesses supporting our port activities. We provide our port and terminal customers with essential value-added services such as: Barging container, dry bulk and liquid bulk. Trucking. Warehousing. Freight forwarding. Customs. Ship chartering Ships agency. Bagging, palletizing, screening, blending Industrial out-sourcing operations (eg Bulgaria, Ghent and Liege)
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