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Securing Cargo and Facilitating TradeThe role of
the airport
Enno D. Osinga Senior Vice President
Cargo Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
2
Customer defined characteristics of a strong Air
Cargo Hub
  • Growing market place and Connectivity
  • Cost Competitive
  • Minimum throughput time goods
  • Growth opportunities for home carriers
  • Security embedded in the process in a cost
    effective manner
  • Strategic partnership with customs
  • Implementation of latest technologies
  • Participation of all stakeholders in
    infrastructural developments
  • Transparency in all processes (KPIs)

3
A competitive mainport must be connected with
every commercially important region.
Schiphols Full freighter destinations per
economic region
Europe North west
Astana region
Europe East
Ohio valley
Almaty region
South Korea
US West coast
Beijing region
Europe South
US East coast
Mid-south
Near East
Shanghai region
Israel
Japan
Morocco
Delhi
Karachi
US South coast
Calcutta
Taiwan
Kuwait
Gulf states
Pearl river delta
Mexico
Bangalore/Mumbai
Bangkok
Singapore/Kuala Lumpur
South America West
Australian East coast
Africa South
Flown from AMS
South America South
Not flown from AMS but from other European
mainports
4
Partner in negotiations
  • Based on Economic analysis determine required
    connections
  • Aim to extend the market place
  • East-West imbalance negative factor
  • Support development of market place to alleviate
    this

5
Cost Competitive
  • Focus on total visit costs
  • Value for money or lowest cost
  • Security charge Cargo?
  • Open market for handling companies
  • Forwarders on airside

6
Security
  • SRA-CP per 1 July 2008
  • 100 check of persons and vehicles

7
Starting points and targets
  • Test the various operating models in implementing
    SRA-CP with regard to
  • Cargo handling process
  • Security process
  • Infrastructure
  • Capacity requirements
  • Throughput time and waiting time
  • Facilities required

8
Module 1
  • Separate crews for airside and landside
  • - Supervised transfer of dolly and cargo in the
    yellow zone
  • - Airside staff remains under supervision of
    security staff

9
Module 2
  • Conventional rollerbed system, with lockable
    fence
  • No transfer of staff and vehicles
  • - Direct or camera supervision by security

10
Initial Tentative Results
  • Full evaluation 1st week December
  • Improved and faster process
  • Improve airside facilities staff required
  • Security staff costs high
  • Investigate multiple use of cameras and mobile
    teams

11
Strategic partnership with Customs
  • Changing role of Customs
  • Green lane concepts
  • Authorised Economic Operator
  • Integration of outbound control with Security and
    all other inspections
  • Early in the process
  • Simple and effective

12
Where in the process?
  • On arrival at airport?
  • Least disturbance
  • Not secure
  • On arrival at handling facility?
  • Minimal disturbance
  • Handling facility secure?
  • On crossing the airside border
  • Operational disturbance
  • Most secure

13
Secure area and control
Schiphols New Cargo world design is
flexible Assume decentralized control in the
short term but make central control possible in
the long run
14
The Security Car Wash
15
The Security Car Wash
  • Technology is improving rapidly
  • Flexible Modular approach
  • Integration of all inspections

16
The role of the Airport
  • From operator to facilitator
  • Business generator for the airlines
  • Business generator for the regional economy

17
Thank You
Enno D. Osinga Senior Vice President
Cargo Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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Title: Securing Cargo and FacilitatingTrade The role of the airport


1
Securing Cargo and Facilitating TradeThe role of
the airport
Enno D. Osinga Senior Vice President
Cargo Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
2
Customer defined characteristics of a strong Air
Cargo Hub
  • Growing market place and Connectivity
  • Cost Competitive
  • Minimum throughput time goods
  • Growth opportunities for home carriers
  • Security embedded in the process in a cost
    effective manner
  • Strategic partnership with customs
  • Implementation of latest technologies
  • Participation of all stakeholders in
    infrastructural developments
  • Transparency in all processes (KPIs)

3
A competitive mainport must be connected with
every commercially important region.
Schiphols Full freighter destinations per
economic region
Europe North west
Astana region
Europe East
Ohio valley
Almaty region
South Korea
US West coast
Beijing region
Europe South
US East coast
Mid-south
Near East
Shanghai region
Israel
Japan
Morocco
Delhi
Karachi
US South coast
Calcutta
Taiwan
Kuwait
Gulf states
Pearl river delta
Mexico
Bangalore/Mumbai
Bangkok
Singapore/Kuala Lumpur
South America West
Australian East coast
Africa South
Flown from AMS
South America South
Not flown from AMS but from other European
mainports
4
Partner in negotiations
  • Based on Economic analysis determine required
    connections
  • Aim to extend the market place
  • East-West imbalance negative factor
  • Support development of market place to alleviate
    this

5
Cost Competitive
  • Focus on total visit costs
  • Value for money or lowest cost
  • Security charge Cargo?
  • Open market for handling companies
  • Forwarders on airside

6
Security
  • SRA-CP per 1 July 2008
  • 100 check of persons and vehicles

7
Starting points and targets
  • Test the various operating models in implementing
    SRA-CP with regard to
  • Cargo handling process
  • Security process
  • Infrastructure
  • Capacity requirements
  • Throughput time and waiting time
  • Facilities required

8
Module 1
  • Separate crews for airside and landside
  • - Supervised transfer of dolly and cargo in the
    yellow zone
  • - Airside staff remains under supervision of
    security staff

9
Module 2
  • Conventional rollerbed system, with lockable
    fence
  • No transfer of staff and vehicles
  • - Direct or camera supervision by security

10
Initial Tentative Results
  • Full evaluation 1st week December
  • Improved and faster process
  • Improve airside facilities staff required
  • Security staff costs high
  • Investigate multiple use of cameras and mobile
    teams

11
Strategic partnership with Customs
  • Changing role of Customs
  • Green lane concepts
  • Authorised Economic Operator
  • Integration of outbound control with Security and
    all other inspections
  • Early in the process
  • Simple and effective

12
Where in the process?
  • On arrival at airport?
  • Least disturbance
  • Not secure
  • On arrival at handling facility?
  • Minimal disturbance
  • Handling facility secure?
  • On crossing the airside border
  • Operational disturbance
  • Most secure

13
Secure area and control
Schiphols New Cargo world design is
flexible Assume decentralized control in the
short term but make central control possible in
the long run
14
The Security Car Wash
15
The Security Car Wash
  • Technology is improving rapidly
  • Flexible Modular approach
  • Integration of all inspections

16
The role of the Airport
  • From operator to facilitator
  • Business generator for the airlines
  • Business generator for the regional economy

17
Thank You
Enno D. Osinga Senior Vice President
Cargo Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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