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DB Intermodal Services – Your Specialist for Complementary Intermodal Transport Services

DB Intermodal Services GmbH Rheinstraße 4L 55116 Mainz www.db-intermodal-services.de [email protected] Tel: +49 (0)6131 1535-00 Fax: +49 (0)6131 1535-90 All details subject to change without notice. As of February 2011

DB Intermodal Services GmbH

Wustermark Großbeeren

Wolfsburg Braunschweig

Frankfurt /Oder

Kassel

Leipzig Dresden

Frankfurt /Main Mainz Werklogistik Plant logistics

Nürnberg Mannheim

Equipmentmanagement Equipment management

Regensburg

Umschlagbahnhöfe DB Intermodal Services DB Intermodal Services transshipment terminals

Kornwestheim Leerund Lastdepots von DB Intermodal DB Intermodal Services empty and loadedServices container depots

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DB Intermodal Services – serving intermodal transport

Leerdepot und Service Empty container depot Center and service center Verwaltungsstandort Administrative location Trucking

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DB Intermodal Services – serving intermodal transport

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Attractive depot services – Germany-wide

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Trucking – door-to-door logistics

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Terminal services – transshipment and more

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Carrier car and load unit management – customized for any transport

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International terminals – we’re there where our customers are DB Intermodal Services – your contact for complementary intermodal transport services

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As the economy has become more globalized, the exchange of goods has intensified and transport volume has increased. Intermodal transport plays a key role, both in terms of transport and the environment, since it unites the strengths of each individual mode of transport to offer customers an even better and even more environmentally friendly overall product. In intermodal transport, cargo is transported by environmentally friendly rail on the main leg, and pre-carriage and onward carriage are handled by truck. DB Intermodal Services GmbH is a 100 % subsidiary of the Industry Sector Intermodal of DB Schenker Rail. As a specialist for complementary intermodal transport services, DB Intermodal Services provides essential on-site services along the maritime intermodal transport chain. Services include: Providing empty and loaded container depots (depot services) Offering delivery services (trucking) Operating transshipment terminals in Germany (terminal services)

DB Intermodal Services offers its customers numerous pre-stacking and storage areas in the port hinterland for temporary storage of their freight. Renowned shipping companies and forwarders as well as important rail operators already benefit from the availability of storage and services without the investment risk. Through its new container storage concept for loaded containers, DB Intermodal Services also enables port transshipment operations and transshipment terminals to be more efficient. This is possible because load units are stored in hinterland loaded container depots instead of the usual transshipment facilities. In combination with our delivery services we can offer our customers better reliability and punctuality for their transports. DB Intermodal Services currently operates four transshipment terminals in Germany. To even better meet the needs of customers with an international focus, DB Intermodal Services has aligned its transshipment and service facilities with international traffic flows and now increasingly also offers these services in European countries outside Germany.

Rail car and load unit management throughout Europe is another of the company’s primary tasks for the Industry Sector Intermodal of DB Schenker Rail. DB Intermodal Services ensures that about 12,500 carrier cars Europe-wide are available in the right place at the right time according to customer requirements. We also offer customized solutions for loading equipment logistics. Our rail car leasing and management services are already available outside of Germany. Company facts and figures (as of financial year 2010) Sales

EUR 55 million

Employees

312

Managing Directors

Ralf-Günter Kloß Michael Heinemann

Shareholder

Intermodal Business Unit of DB Schenker Rail (DB Mobility Logistics AG)

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How do empty and loaded container depots work?

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Attractive depot services – Germany-wide

In addition to storing empty containers in empty container depots, DB Intermodal Services also offers temporary storage for loaded containers in loaded container depots. These depots free up storage space at ports and transshipment terminals.

Cargo shipped in containers arrives at the port from abroad, e.g. from Asia. The cargo is transferred to rail at the port.

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3. Transshipment

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Once the containers arrive at the transshipment terminal, a crane transfers them to a truck, which then usually transports them directly to the consignee. When a depot is used, for example if the customer wants to receive the cargo a few days later, the loaded containers are first transferred by truck to the loaded container depot.

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The containers then travel by train from the ports to the hinterland. Trains on many routes reach their destination overnight.

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Through its nationwide network of container depots, DB Intermodal Services offers its customers storage for empty and loaded containers close to the transshipment terminal. We offer an equivalent high level of quality, uniform billing of services as well as standardized depot reports at nine locations. On request, information can also be transferred directly to the customer’s system using EDI.

Once the customer is ready to receive the cargo, it is delivered by truck. The Trucking Department of DB Intermodal Services handles this service. Storage in close proximity to the customer essentially guarantees deliveries on time.

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Another advantage is the standardized contract form within our network. In addition, central depot administration in Mainz ensures direct and standardized communication with our customers, giving us “one face to the customer.”

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kin In this way DB Intermodal Services makes rail-bound intermodal transport even more attractive and contributes greatly to achieving the corporate and environmental policy aim of reducing CO2. A few DB Intermodal Services locations also offer storage for customs consignments transported in the DB Schenker Rail system by using the “simplified transit procedure.” In addition to reducing administrative work, this method saves the customer from having to pay for additional customs documents.

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4. Depot The depot is usually located in the immediate vicinity of the transshipment terminal. In addition to longer-term storage of containers, depots also offer other services such as container cleaning, repair and dispatching. Since both empty and loaded containers can be stored temporarily before they are delivered to the consignee or before they are transported to the port by rail, a distinction is made between empty container and loaded container depots.

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Since 2008 we have also provided storage space for loaded containers in our depots. These loaded container depots relieve port terminals and transshipment terminals, which have limited storage capacity. The port industry, operators and end customers alike benefit from this service. When fewer load units need to be stored temporarily, the transshipment capacity of transshipment facilities increases.

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6. Returns Unloaded containers are returned by truck from the customer’s site to the empty container depot, where they are stored on behalf of shipping companies. They can be retrieved for new transports to be loaded by customers or dispatched to other depot locations.

Depot facts and figures (as of financial year 2010) Total area

310,000 qm

Transshipment capacity

500,000 handlings operations (800,000 TEU)

No. of containers repaired

39,000

Storage capacity

25,000 TEU

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Trucking – door-to-door logistics

In addition to depot services, DB Intermodal Services also delivers containers by truck from the transshipment terminal or depot to the customer. We organize this service together with local forwarders, which allows us to provide our customers optimized and reliable transport service for the last mile based on extensive local knowledge. We keep special equipment like multifunction, gooseneck and explosion-proof chassis at our depot locations for rail operators, shipping companies and forwarders to ensure that containers are transferred safely from one mode of transportation to the next.

Terminal services – transshipment and more

Local truck deliveries (as of financial year 2010) No. of container deliveries Kilometers traveled Orders processed

70,000 10.5 million 103,000

No. of traction units*

approx. 200

No. of chassis*

approx. 450

DB Intermodal Services operates transshipment terminals in Kassel, Wustermark, Frankfurt/Oder and Dresden. In addition to the basic function of trans-shipping freight from one mode of transport to another, we also offer specific functions at our terminals to optimize transportation processes.

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Contact us and let us know what your requirements are so we can develop a custom product package for you.

National DB Intermodal Services transshipment terminals (as of financial year 2010) Transshipment capacity p.a. Storage capacity at the transshipment terminal No. of slidings for transshipment Length of crane runway

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Functions include providing load unit processing support by handling agency tasks, temporary storage of load units and providing transport information for the client.

Kassel

Dresden

Frankfurt/Oder

Wustermark

30,000 TEU

60,000 TEU

30,000 TEU

40,000 TEU

270 TEU

600 TEU

700 TEU

600 TEU

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640 m

575– 645 m

660 m

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Mobile transshipment equipment

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Carrier car and load unit management – customized for every transport

DB Intermodal Services Equipment Management provides reliable support along the entire transport chain. Employees dispatch around 12,500 carrier cars and 1,800 load units throughout Europe for DB Schenker Rail’s Industry Sector Intermodal. Our EMS dispatch system makes sure the right type of wagon is provided on time. We ensure a seamless transport chain for all types of flat car and aim to meet your specific requirements.

Leasing carrier cars and load units is an interesting option primarily for operators and rail companies that: want to establish transports or tap new markets are in development, restructuring or just beginning operations do not want any long term lease-to-own commitments have changing transport requirements want their vehicle fleet managed in European countries outside Germany serve only parts of routes want to cover short-term wagon demand quickly and simply

Carrier cars (as of financial year 2010) No. of carrier cars

2,500

4-axle cars for transporting containers and swap bodies

6,200

Articulated cars for transporting containers and swap bodies

2,200

Well wagons for transporting semi-trailers

2,350

Cars for transporting jumbo swap bodies

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12,500

2-axle cars for transporting containers

Our modular system lets customers choose only the service components they need. We offer the right services for everything required for a functioning vehicle fleet. Our range of services comprises: Dispatch Damaged wagon management Product monitoring Providing replacements Labeling Leasing consulting Selecting the right type of car or class Duration (short, medium or long-term) Efficient circulation planning

Our loading equipment services also let customers choose whether to replace, lease or purchase loading equipment. Our network enables national and international access to one of the largest pallet exchange pools and to the development of product and customer-specific load carriers. Load units

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No. of load units Types

1,800 7.15 m folding side wall swap bodies 7.15 m heavy load folding side wall swap bodies 7.82 m jumbo curtainside containers 7.82 m jumbo folding side wall swap bodies 40˝ box containers

Types of technical equipment

various

Support during the lease term Dispatch Damaged wagon management Productivity analyses Reporting

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International terminals – we’re there where our costomers are

The focus of the Industry Sector Intermodal at DB Schenker Rail is to expand and improve the range of services on offer. Services also include further developing existing terminal locations and tapping new markets, which DB Intermodal Services does by developing and implementing innovative concepts for terminal locations abroad. Activities are already under way in Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Italy and Spain, and more activities are already in planning. As part of a joint venture, Deutsche Bahn has also been involved in establishing 18 terminals and logistics centers in China since 2007.

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The various tasks related to international terminals are grouped and handled by a single source: DB Intermodal Services. This ensures that the infrastructure in the transshipment and depot area required for supporting the transport chain is available nationally as well as internationally, it meets the required standards and operations management corresponds to customer requirements.

Contact DB Intermodal Services GmbH Rheinstraße 4L 55116 Mainz www.db-intermodal-services.de [email protected] Tel: +49 (0)6131 1535-00 Fax: +49 (0)6131 1535-90 All details subject to change without notice. As of February 2011

Intermodal

DB Intermodal Services – your contact for Complementary Intermodal Transport Services

Headquarter Mainz Rheinstraße 4L 55116 Mainz Tel: +49 (0)6131 1535-00 Fax: +49 (0)6131 1535-90 [email protected]

Container depots Frankfurt am Main Ferdinand-Happ-Straße 63 60314 Frankfurt am Main Tel: +49 (0)69 26515786 Fax: +49 (0)69 94396735 [email protected]

Contact persons Mr. Reinhardt

Großbeeren Märkische Allee 71 14979 Großbeeren Tel: +49 (0)33701 745913 Fax: +49 (0)33701 745915 [email protected]

Mr. Schmidt

Kassel Lise-Meitner-Straße 23 34123 Kassel Tel: +49 (0)561 2870012 Fax: +49 (0)561 2870020 [email protected]

Mr. Marquardt

Kornwestheim Sigelstraße/DB-Gelände 70806 Kornwestheim Tel: +49 (0)711 98092350 Fax: +49 (0)711 9808125 [email protected]

Mr. Bethge

Leipzig Am Exer 10 04158 Leipzig Tel: +49 (0)341 60076810 Fax: +49 (0)341 60076822 [email protected]

Mr. Göcker

Mannheim Güterhallenstraße 1a 68159 Mannheim Tel: +49 (0)621 15046520 Fax: +49 (0)621 15046511 [email protected]

Mr. Tot

Nürnberg Hamburger Straße 91 90451 Nürnberg Tel: +49 (0)911 2798240 Fax: +49 (0)911 2798282 [email protected]

Mr. Raithel

Regensburg Robert-Bosch-Straße 1 93055 Regensburg Tel: +49 (0)941 7995826 Fax: +49 (0)941 7995820 [email protected]

Mr. Bleicher

Ulm Himmelweiler 2 89081 Ulm Tel: +49 (0)731 1847650 Fax: +49 (0)731 1847659 [email protected]

Mr. Lengl

Trucking Frankfurt am Main Ferdinand-Happ-Straße 63 60314 Frankfurt am Main Tel: +49 (0)69 26515777 Fax: +49 (0)69 26515780 [email protected]

Kornwestheim Sigelstraße/DB-Gelände 70806 Kornwestheim Tel: +49 (0)711 98092330 Fax: +49 (0)711 98092331 [email protected]

Nürnberg Hamburger Straße 91 90451 Nürnberg Tel: +49 (0)911 2798261 Fax: +49 (0)911 2798282 [email protected]

Ulm Himmelweiler 2 89081 Ulm Tel: +49 (0)731 1847650 Fax: +49 (0)731 1847659 [email protected]

Transshipment terminal Dresden Potthoffstraße 6 01159 Dresden Tel: +49 (0)351 6529912 Fax: +49 (0)351 6529929 [email protected]

Contact persons Mr. Schmidt

Frankfurt an der Oder Georg-Richter-Straße 15 15234 Frankfurt an der Oder Tel: +49 (0)335 4016763 Fax: +49 (0)335 4016765 [email protected]

Mr. Schmidt

Wustermark Hansestraße 1 14641 Wustermark Tel: +49 (0)33234 20910 Fax: +49 (0)33234 20929 [email protected]

Mr. Schmidt

Kassel Lise-Meitner-Straße 23 34123 Kassel Tel: +49 (0561 2870012 Fax: +49 (0)561 2870020 [email protected]

Mr. Marquardt

Plant logistics Contact person Braunschweig Mr. Herzberg Am Hauptgüterbahnhof 38126 Braunschweig Tel: +49 (0)531 796212 Fax: +49 (0)531 2700160 [email protected] Wolfsburg Güterverkehrszentrum Wolfsburg 38442 Wolfsburg Tel: +49 (0)5361 262475 Fax: +49 (0)5361 262477 [email protected]

Mr. Herzberg

Head Office Contact Equipment dispatching and management Ms. Corvers Tel: +49 (0)6131 153535 Fax: +49 (0)6131 153547 [email protected]

Carrier car leasing Ms. Corvers Tel: +49 (0)6131 153535 Fax: +49 (0)6131 153547 [email protected]

Load unit purchasing and leasing Mr. Radtke Tel: +49 (0)6131 153544 Fax: +49 (0)6131 153549 [email protected]

Loading facilities; exchanges, leasing, lease-to-own, purchasing Mr. Griebel Tel: +49 (0)6131 153551 Fax: +49 (0)6131 153559 [email protected]

Plant logistics Mr. Rosenmüller Tel: +49 (0)6131 15-36677 Fax: +49 (0)6131 15-3590 [email protected]

Container service center Mr. Rosenmüller Tel: +49 (0)6131 15-36677 Fax: +49 (0)6131 15-3590 [email protected]

Container transshipment Mr. Rosenmüller Tel: +49 (0)6131 15-36677 Fax: +49 (0)6131 15-3590 [email protected]

Container trade Mr. Lengl Tel: +49 (0)731 1847650 Fax: +49 (0)731 1847659 [email protected]

Sales, transport, freight forwarding Mr. Schuh Tel: +49 (0)6131 15-3511 Fax: +49 (0)6131 15-3590 [email protected]

Hinterland reallocation Mr. Röhrl Tel: +49 (0)911 27798260 Fax: +49 (0)911 2798282 [email protected]