PrEviEw - Intermodal Asia 2015

24-26 March 2015
Shanghai World Expo
Exhibition & Convention
Center l China
The Global Container, Transport
and Logistics Event
Intermodal Asia 2015 will be the most important business opportunity of the year
for any professional in the global container, transport and logistics industry in Asia.
Organised by:
Opening Times
Tuesday 24 March
Opening Ceremony
Event Opens
10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 25 March 10:00 - 18:00
Supported by:
Thursday 26 March
10:00 - 15:00
As the exclusive partner of
Intermodal Asia, the CCIA
welcomes you to attend the
second Intermodal Asia Exhibition
Mr Mai Bo Liang
We are delighted to
be able to welcome
you to Intermodal
Asia 2015…
…a vital platform
for the future of
Asia’s intermodal
Launched from the long-running
success of the Intermodal Europe
shows, established and respected
throughout the industry, the first
Intermodal Asia was successfully
held in Shanghai last year and
became a new platform for the
Asian shipping and container
The Asia exhibition also brings
new vitality into the world famous
Intermodal brand! It is the perfect
opportunity for professionals from
throughout the world to come
together to network, do business
and encourage the healthy and
sustainable development of
modern intermodal transport.
The Asian and Chinese shipping
industry exerts an indispensable
role all around the world. In 2014,
the national strategy concept of
“The New Silk Road Economic
Region” and “21 century Maritime
Silk Road”, proposed by China
leaders are being energetically
promoted, and the activities have
also had a positive response from
regional countries. The Chinese
government has introduced
medium & long-term plans for
the Logistics Industry (20142020), which put intermodal
as the primary task of logistics
development, building new great
route of international cooperation
and generating a new opportunity
in Asia.
Intermodal transportation has
changed the development of
the world economy and trade,
and it will bring positive and
profound change for global
future development. This
exhibition will bring together
hundreds of shipping companies,
leasing companies, container
manufacturing companies from
domestic and overseas, and
other relative suppliers. We
will exchange extensive views
on hot topics such as current
macroeconomic situation
and international trading etc.
Intermodal Asia will become a new
platform that provides Chinese
enterprises access to integrating
with international business.
We are delighted to be able to
welcome you to visit Intermodal
Asia 2015, and with a full floor of
exhibitors, combined with a high
level conference, we believe it will
provide a vital platform to discuss
the future of Asia’s intermodal
All visitors are welcome to visit the
CCIA stand on G31 / G35 and the
CIMC on stand E01.
Mr Mai Bo Liang
Chairman of the CCIA
and President of CIMC
We are delighted to be holding
the 2nd annual Intermodal Asia
event again Shanghai from March
24th – 26th. The industry support
that has already been shown
for this 2015 edition has been
enormous; Intermodal Asia is an
event created by your industry, for
your industry.
Sophie Ahmed
We have lots of
exciting activities
for the event across
the three days,
including some
excellent visitor
attractions, leading
speakers and top
We have lots of exciting activities
for the event across the three
days; including market leading
exhibitors, high-level speakers
and a diverse container park,
providing you with the full
‘Intermodal Experience’.
The exhibition this year will
be almost twice the size as its
inaugural edition last year, with
over 150 suppliers exhibiting
the latest products, services
and solutions for the container,
transport and logistics industry.
By attending, I hope that
Intermodal Asia will open up
many new opportunities for you.
This year we have introduced a
third conference theatre to our
conference programme – The
Technology Theatre – providing
more opportunity to hear from
industry leaders discussing
topical issues. All presentations
in the Strategy, Innovation and
Technology Theatres are freeto-attend and in dual language
and all are located within the
exhibition hall. Please see within
this event newsletter for the full
In addition to the Exhibition and
the Conference we have the
Container Park, which is located
just outside the main entrance
of the building. The Container
Park proved an extremely popular
showcase last year and it will once
again exhibit a wide range of
containers, with over 30 different
units on display.
We will have our Opening
Ceremony, with many high-level
speakers, by the entrance to
the exhibition hall at 9:45 am on
Tuesday March 24th. Following
the Opening Ceremony the
Intermodal Asia 2015 event will
open at 10 am.
On behalf of all of the Intermodal
Asia team, we look forward to
seeing you in Shanghai and
welcoming you to the Intermodal
Asia 2015 Event!
Sophie Ahmed
Event Director
Intermodal Asia
Bringing you more than just an event –
join the Intermodal Asia experience!
There is a lot to see and do at Intermodal Asia, including a variety of
special events that make this the must attend industry event.
Opening Ceremony
Networking Area
WHEN: Tuesday 24 March 9.45
Network with high profile professionals working within
the industry today.
WHERE: Outside Exhibition Hall,
by registration.
Networking Drinks
To celebrate the annual opening of Intermodal
Asia 2015, the event will be opened on Tuesday 24
March by senior industry names. Leading industry
companies will be in attendance for the official
opening ceremony, followed by a VIP tour of the
exhibition hall.
WHEN: Tuesday 24 March 17:00-19:00
WHERE: Intermodal Asia Networking Area – Stand F61
All attendees are formally invited to attend our free
Networking Reception, which will be an ideal opportunity
to network, do business and catch up with colleagues in a
relaxed environment.
Container Park
Shanghai Port Tour
The Container Park is your opportunity to explore
the latest container transport innovations. A unique
opportunity to look at the global leaders’ containers;
ranging from dry box, reefer, special, tank and chassis.
It is your opportunity to explore the latest container
transport innovations from every angle!
WHEN: Wednesday 25 March 12:30-17:30
WHERE: Coach will depart outside of the exhibition
Gain a rare insider’s look at cargo handling operations
inside one of the world’s busiest container ports, with
a unique opportunity to take part in a port tour – an
opportunity not to be missed.
This year’s participants include:
C&C Trucks
CIMC Enric Holdings Ltd.
CIMC Vehicles (Group)
CIMC Wood Development
CIMC Yangshan logistics
UNIT 45 - Globe Tracker
Holland Container
Langh Group Cargo
MCI (Star Cool)
Nantong CIMC-Special
Transportation Equipment
Spaces are limited - R
egister today to attend the
tour by clicking here
Qingdao CIMC Reefer
Container Manufacture
*Please note – the Port Tour is only open to registered attendees.
Qingdao Rayfore
Container Industry
Supercool (Shanghai)
Refrigeration Equipment
WHEN: T uesday: 10.30, 12.30, 15.00
Wednesday: 10.00, 12.30, 15.00
Thursday: 10.00, 12.30
WHERE: At the entrance of SWEECC or speak to the
team at Stand D45
Yangzhou Runyang
Logistics Equipment
4FOLD is the world’s first ISO certified 40ft HC steel
foldable shipping container. Four folded containers can
be combined in a bundle and be shipped and handled
as one standard container, saving costs on empty
Yangzhou Tonglee Reefer
Click here to read more
The free-to-attend
conference features some
of the intermodal transport
and logistics industry’s
biggest names sharing their
knowledge. Explore ideas,
ask questions and uncover
the latest thinking on the
intermodal market issues.
For the first time, Intermodal Asia
will be hosting three conference
■■ Strategy Theatre - featuring
the wider strategy and
Remember to arrive early at the
conference to avoid disappointment.
The following two pages give you a full, three
day programme for the conference
■■ Innovation Theatre - featuring
the latest innovations in
intermodal transport
■■ Technology Theatre - featuring
the newest technology available
to enhance your intermodal
Conference programme
16:00-16:45Creating a low-carbon, environmentally friendly rail
transport special box
Qing Hong Yu, Assistant General Manager, China Railway
Tie Long Container Logistics Co., Ltd.
Day One - Tuesday 24th March 2015
Opening Ceremony – Entrance Hall
Strategy Theatre
Technology Theatre
Wider Economic Perspective and Intermodal Market Update in
the Spotlight
Chair: Joost Sitskoorn, Acting Secretary General, European Shippers’
Technology In Practice: new container design and manufacture
Chair: Benedict Young, Managing Editor, WorldCargo News
10:45-11:15Technology Forum 1: Enhancing the performance of
new container coatings
Yu Cheng, Product Manager, COSCO Kansai Paint &
Chemicals Co., Ltd.
10:45-11:15Global economic perspective for the container
Overview of the immediate outlook for the industry
focusing on both current challenges and future prospects.
Tim Power, Director Drewry Maritime Advisors (main board
Director of Drewry Group and head of ports and shipping
consultancy division Drewry Maritime Advisors.)
11:30-12:00Technology Forum 2: Failure analysis of a waterbased coating under accelerated aging effects, based
on a typical combination of wear and tear
You Wei Yao, Associate Professor, Graduate School
Shenzhen, Tsinghua University
11:30-12:00Assessment of the impact of the new shipping line
alliances on ports across China: from P3 to 2M, Ocean
Three and beyond
Anthony Woolich, Partner, Holman Fenwick Willan
12:30-13:00Technology Forum 3: Light Weight and Long Lasting
Fiberglass Composite Panels for Container and Truck
Steven Zhao, Founder, ChinaGrate and Executive Director,
CIMC ECO New Material Co., Ltd.
12:45-13:10Understanding the impact on China’s logistics
industry of the new developments in container
design and manufacture
Hong Yi Yang, Secretary General, China Communications
and Transportation Association
13:15-13:45Technology Forum 4: The connected terminal - visibility
and monitoring technologies that improve efficiency
Don Miller, Director Global Sales and Marketing,
Globe Tracker
13:45-14:15Innovations in the intermodal service model
Jian Tang Liu, Deputy Head of Bureau, Shanghai Railway
14:00-14:30 Technology Forum 5: New developments in FluidBags to ensure compatibility with ISO standards for
dry box shipping containers
Jing Jin, Manager, Containers Technical Department,
CIMC Container Holdings Ltd
14:30-15:00Intermodal in China: The New Normal
Mu Yuan Li, Secretary General, China Container Industry
Association (CCIA) & The Integrated Transport Federation
of China Communications and Transportation Association
14:45-15:15Technology Forum 6: GPS/GSM based reefer and
genset monitoring and control across the Cold Chain
Mike Dempsey, Vice-President Sales & Marketing, WAM
15:15-15:45Development of China’s macro economy and its
impact on logistics, shipping
Jian Li, Senior Transportation Principal, AT Kearney
15:30-16:00Technology Forum 7: The harm of lead of paint on the
Jiang Ping Li, Research and Development Manager,
Innovation Theatre
16:15-16:45Technology Forum 8: Successful acceptance and
implementation of Waterborne Application – a
Philip Eastell, Deputy Head of Marketing, Container
Coatings, Chugoku Marine Paints
Innovation in Ports, Routes and Transport
Chair: Alan Robertson, Director, Webster Robertson
10:45-11:30Port development: new situation, new thinking
Meng Da Tong, Chief Economist, Ningbo Port Group
Co., Ltd.
17:00-17:30Valspar Aquaguard successful application of waterbased paint in the container market
Wen Yu Han, Marketing Director, Valspar (Shanghai)
Management Co., Ltd.
11:45-12:30Intercontinental rail transport solutions: The
strategic importance of the New Silk Road connection
Erich Staake, CEO & President, Duisport
13:30-14:15SmartPort development
Clement Ng, Vice President, Kalmar Greater China
14:30-15:00Analysis of Eurasian continental bridge development
Zi Yang Zhang, Vice President, Lianyungang Port Group
Co., Ltd.
15.15-15:45 Intermodal Logistics Park is the engine of regional
logistics development
Pan Feng Hao, Consulting Manager, KR Consulting
New Routes: New Opportunities
Day Two - Wednesday 25th March 2015
Forum: Investment in inland/western China to improve inland
connections: The New Silk Roads
13:00-13:30Rail reefer solutions over New Silk Road: plans or
Henrik Christensen, President Global Logistics, KTZ
Express Hong Kong
Strategy Theatre
@TCO Asia Tank Container Forum: Safe handling of liquids in Asia
Chair: Peter Mackay, Editor, Hazardous Cargo Bulletin
10:30 Introduction of panel members and topics
13:45-14:15Smart Visibility Solutions for the New Silk Road and
Don Miller, Director Global Sales & Marketing, Globe Tracker
10:40 Background of the current situation for use of Tank
Containers in Asia
Professor Song, Shanghai Maritime University
14:30-15:00China and the EU to create new international
intermodal transport link
Wei Huang, General Manager, Wuhan Asia-Europe
Logistics Co., Ltd.
10:50 Chemical Company: A major shippers perspective of
challenges involved in transporting chemicals safely in the
Asia Pacific Region
Doris Lee, Supply Chain Director, Dow Chemical
15:15-15:45TIR benefits for the new Silk Road
Cédric Oelhafen, Head – Project Management Office,
International Road Transport Union (IRU)
11:00 CCIA (China Container Industry Association): Detailed
report from the recent trials carried out by the CCIA on the
issues caused by the carriage of flexitanks in standard ISO
box containers
Jin Jin, member of China Container Industry Association(CCIA)
Technology Development Committee
16:00-16:30Systematic approach to prepare for the coming
China-Korea FTA
Hoon Sung, Head of FTA, Thomson Reuters Global Trade
11:20 Insurance: Observations from the TT insurance club’s
statistics on claims made by tank container operators and
what we can learn from them
Graham Wood, Technical Director of @tco
16:45-17:15Yangtze Corridor river and rail route
Deng Yanjie, China Waterborne Transport Research
Technology Theatre
11:30 Trade Association: The way in which AICM and its Members
practice and support Responsible Care in Asia
John Gao, Responsible Care Co-ordinator, Association of
International Chemical Manufacturers AICM
Innovation in Containers Forum: Reviewing the benefits of the
next generation of containers and handling
10:30-11:00New technologies for container handling
Stefan Johansson, Director, Sales and Marketing, Kalmar
Reachstackers and Empty Container Handlers
11.40 Discussion and questions
12.20 Summary of Open Forum – Chairman Peter Mackay
Chair: Alan Robertson, Webster Robertson
14:30-16:30Shippers’ Panel: addressing key issues for shippers
now and in the future
Chair: Joost Sitskoorn, Acting Secretary General,
European Shippers’ Council
13:30-14:004FOLD Foldable Containers reduce the imbalance
costs in the Intra-Asia Container Transport
Simon Bosschieter, Managing Director, Holland Container
Innovations (HCI)
Sunny Ho (Hong Kong Shippers’ Council)
Paiboon Ponsuwara (Thai National Shippers’ Council)
Hendra Muliawan, Vice Secretary General (Indonesian
National Shippers’ Council)
14:15-14:45Intermodal Innovation and Business Transformation
with AT&T Internet of Things
Sandy Verma, Senior Director IoT Strategy – AT&T Asia Pacific
Cold Chain Logistics Forum
16:45-17:15Container Financing: options and views from a financier
Renzo Hoefnagels, Executive Director - Head of Intermodal
Finance, ABN AMRO
15:00-15:45Natural refrigerants in reefer containers: Comparison
of HFC-Alternatives and the results of an operational
mode risk assessment and a safety concept for
flammable refrigerants
Holger König, Director, ref-tech engineering Germany
Innovation Theatre
Container Safety and Standardization Issues
Chair: Douglas Owen, Deputy Secretary General, Bureau International
des Containers (BIC)
16:00-16:30Practical Solution Using Natural Refrigerants Containers
Edward Goh, Director of Marketing, Container
Refrigeration, Carrier Transicold
10:30-11:15CSC and ACEP Issues
James Huang, National Representative for China, Bureau
International des Containers (BIC); Director, Transport
Logistics Service, Bureau Veritas
16:45-17:15BlueZone air cleaning: in collaboration with Star Cool
a unique solution for the reefer industry.
Karen Benedek, Managing Partner, Primaira
11:15-12:00Container Standardization Issues
Michel Hennemand, Chairman, Bureau International des
Containers (BIC)
Day Three – Thursday 26th March 2015
Technology Theatre
12:15-12:45 Port’s Automated Horizontal Transportation 3.0
Elvio Simonetti, Board Director, International
Business Developer, Gaussin Group
10:30-11:15Commercial Wind Propulsion: A credible future for
shipping or merely sailing against the wind.
Gavin Allwright, Secretary, International Windship
Association (IWSA)
Exhibitor News
HEMPEL (CHINA) LTD., is a leader in
the production and sale of protective
coatings within the marine, container,
decorative and protective market segments. It is among the first suppliers
of container coatings to the container
manufacturers in China, having supplied tailor made coatings to the market, since the 1990’s. Our state of the art,
EcoBoxcoat range, provides a full waterborne series of
products. The new range of WB container paint products
has been developed over the last 9 years by Hempel’s R&D
divisions in China and Denmark and allows the possibility
of over 85% reduction in solvent emissions.
4FOLD, the first ISO certified 40ft HC foldable container,
was successfully publicly demonstrated for the first time
at the Intermodal Europe 2014 in Rotterdam. These demonstrations will now be repeated in Shanghai during the
Intermodal Asia 2015. Next to live demonstrations three
times a day (10am / 12.30pm / 3pm), 4FOLD will also give
a presentation with results from the commercial voyages
of the past years.
Several 4FOLD containers have now been successfully
tested in the field. The results of these trials provide the
confirmation that the container works and performs as expected in real life and brings the necessary savings to our
clients (>15% on their operational costs). The costs and
environmental issues can be significantly lowered when
shipping lines use the 4FOLD foldable container. When
empty it can be folded to a quarter of the height. Four
folded containers can be bundled and one bundle of four
folded containers has exactly the same dimensions as a
standard container.
You’re welcome to visit us at G11
UES International (HK) Holdings Limited is one of the
leading container leasing
companies in the world; Grand
View Container Trading (HK) Co.,Ltd is one of the world’s
largest container trading companies. Both companies are
backed by a management team experienced in leasing,
trading based in Shanghai, China. They have developed
a customer profile that includes many prominent names
from the top 30 global shipping lines as well as global
logistics companies
Visit them on stand D45
for more information
Visit them on stand A51 for more
Happy Group plans to add a new production line to its
existing 50 thousand-cubic meter (130,000 TEU)-per
year production line. The expected annual capacity of 200
thousand cubic meters will ensure steadier supply for its
partners. The world-class OSB container flooring plywood
production lines will definitely usher in a new exciting era
in the development of Happy Group in the field of container material industry.
Five short years after launch, there are already more
than 30,000 Star Cool CA reefers in service with operators worldwide, including several of the Top 10 container
lines. Star Cool CA has proved a genuine game changer
in the reefer business. Until a few years ago, it was not
possible to transport bananas from growers in Ecuador to
consumers in Azerbaijan, except by air. Using the innova-
Visit them on stand E11
for more information
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tive Star Cool CA technology, exporters are suddenly able
to reach new and distant markets without compromising
shelf life. Star Cool CA works for all fruit and vegetables
with high respiration rates (for example, bananas and avocados), which covers more than 85% of current global CA
volumes. For produce with low respiration rates, Star Cool
CA with gas injection is an option.
(WAM), provider of wireless
M2M solutions for remote
management of refrigerated, intermodal and other
transportation assets, has announced the release of VesselConnect, a GSM-based tracking system to monitor and
control refrigerated containers on-board container and
related ships. The new system was launched last year at
Intermodal Europe 2014. A key benefit of VesselConnect
is enhanced crew efficiency and safety, by eliminating the
need to manually check the status and condition of reefer
Visit them on stand D21 for more
Seaco is the world’s leading marine container
leasing company. Owned
by HNA, a major Chinese diversified services and integrated operations company, Seaco offers an unparalleled
range of containers including Refrigerated and temperature controlled units, Tanks, Standard Dry Freight boxes,
Swapbodies and the two-pallet wide SeaCell.
Visit them on stand B13 for more
Singamas Group is one
of the world’s leading
container manufacturers
and a major logistics operator in the Asian-Pacific region. We operate 12 production factories in the PRC, producing dry freight containers,
refrigerated containers, tank containers, 53’ containers,
offshore containers and other specialized containers.
Singamas Group also runs 11 container depots (2 in Hong
Kong, 8 in the PRC, and 1 in Thailand) and a logistics company in Xiamen, the PRC.
As they mark 50 years as an industry leader, the recent
Cronos acquisition has grown their geographic foot print
by adding Scandinavia and expanding Oceana, with the
combined strength of Seaco and Cronos comprising of
3.626 Million CEU (cost equivalent units) or 2.179 Million
TEU - making it one of the world’s largest container fleets.
With worldwide availability at strategically placed depots,
Seaco also sells a wide variety of intermodal containers.
Seaco owns domestic leasing businesses in China and
Germany, and the German domestic business is one of
the largest suppliers of Swapbody containers in the market. Seaco also has the expertise and ability to manage
third party container fleets under an asset management
With huge effort by all levels of the Group, the factories
and management headquarters successfully passed the
ISO quality management system (ISO9001:2008) and
environmental management system (ISO14001:2004)
certifications at the end of last year. Through the certifying
process, we not only establish a standardized management
system but also enhance our management skill. We believe
this is just the beginning. Singamas will strive for further
improvement and upgrade of our facility to ensure quality
Visit them on stand K11 for more
Visit them on stand F21 for more
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Globe Tracker International is proud to present the Globe Tracker
Smart Reefer System
in the container yard.
Globe Tracker representatives will meet you near the
smart reefer display for a VIP tour of our leading-edge
technology. See the Globe Tracker Communications Unit,
seamlessly integrated into the reefer, as it communicates
with a variety of peripherals that measure, monitor, report, log and share many ranges of data from cargo environmental conditions to open door events. Globe Tracker
Representatives will demonstrate how to view, analyse
store and securely share this data with other supply chain
stakeholders or inspection authorities to enhance the visibility, flow and security of cargo. Follow us to the future
with technology you just use.
Thomson Reuters will be showcasing ONESOURCE Global:
a comprehensive global trade management solution that
offers both trade compliance information and trade facilitation tools, allowing Global Trade Teams to efficiently manage their compliance process.
With ONESOURCE Global Trade professionals can:
• Improve performance by configuring workflows to speed
up goods clearance; sharing tools to connect as fast as
possible with brokers; and by integrating internal systems such as ERP or WIM systems.
• Increase margins by reducing logistics costs; better calculating tax and tariff liabilities; and enabling Trade Officers with the right research on new trade schemes, be
it a new duty rate exemption, FTZ incentive, or regulatory
requirement; and by providing highly intelligent classification and valuation engines.
Visit us in the container
park and also at booth E51
Kalmar offers the
widest range of
cargo handling
solutions and services to ports, terminals, distribution
centers and to heavy industry. Kalmar is the industry
forerunner in terminal automation and in energy efficient container handling, with one in four container
movements around the globe being handled by a Kalmar
solution. Through its extensive product portfolio, global
service network and ability to enable a seamless integration of different terminal processes, Kalmar improves the
efficiency of every move. Kalmar represents the industry’s
top reachstacker equipment portfolio, with models for
every application. There are currently more than 10,000
Kalmar reachstackers operating in over 160 countries
around the world.
• Better manage risk and compliance in streamlining internal reporting information requirements with statutory
requirements across sites and countries; and by providing quick and accurate access to information to ensure
visibility and predictability of operations for the entire
Visit them on stand G73
for more information
Uniquely, the Daikin Active CA machine is able to create a
CA very quickly, using a vacuum pressure swing absorption
(VPSA) system. The VPSA system uses the mineral adsorbent
zeolite, which quickly captures a large quantity of nitrogen
from the air and transfers the gas into the reefer container.
Visit them on stand J11
for more information
Daikin Reefer has just launched its
new Active CA device, a fast-working,
economical and highly reliable unit
that creates a controlled atmosphere
(CA) inside refrigerated containers
transporting perishable goods.
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This allows the oxygen level inside to be quickly reduced by
dilution, without adding additional gas.
Present in over 100
countries, the IRU is
the world road transport organisation and
has been ensuring the mobility of people and goods for over
66 years. The IRU works to make trade and transport easier
through TIR, a transit system that streamlines Customs procedures at borders and ports.
The Daikin system uses cargo respiration to maintain the
container’s carbon dioxide level, alongside an automatic
ventilation control, which makes the unit simple and economical to run.
The new Active CA unit
itself will be on display
at Daikin Reefer’s stand C01
Soon to be available in China, TIR is global, cost-effective, secure, intermodal and provides C2C/B2C data exchange. Talk
to the IRU Team to discover the benefits of TIR for the New Silk
Road and beyond.
View the full exhibitor list online
Visit them on stand H51
for more information
Tuesday 24 March
Opening Ceremony
Event opens
Wednesday 25 March
Thursday 26 March
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