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GB
GARETH BUTTERWORTH

PRE-TRIP INSPECTION TIME HAS BEEN
REDUCED FROM SIX HOURS TO 12 MINUTES

BANANAS

THE NETWORK KICKS IN
12 NAUTICAL MILES FROM LAND

TO MAE
RS
DATA CE K'S
NTRE

THE DATA CHAIN

1-2% OF PERISHABLE GOODS SHIPMENTS
ARE DAMAGED DURING MARITIME VOYAGES.

MARKET

BANANAS

INFOGRAPHIC

AEROSPACE
IN NUMBERS

7,000,000,000

TOP 10

By 2034 there will be 7
billion passengers flying.

fastest growing markets –
about 7 to 8% a year

35,000

Aerospace exports by country
totaled US$352.1 billion in 2015,
up by an overall 40.6% for all
aerospace shippers over the
5-year period starting in 2011.
Year over year growth in the
value of global aerospace exports
was 9.3% from 2014 to 2015.
(World’s top exports)
Among the above countries,
the fastest-growing aircraft and
spacecraft exporters since 2011
were: Ireland (up 650.8%), China
(up 113.7%), India (up 64.3%),
Israel (up 58.4%) and Japan (up
52.5%).

TOP
15
1. United States: US$131.1 billion
(37.2% of total aerospace exports)
2. France: $76.8 billion (21.8%)
3. Germany: $43.4 billion (12.3%)
4. United Kingdom: $19 billion (5.4%)
5. Canada: $12.3 billion (3.5%)
6. Singapore: $6.4 billion (1.8%)
7. Italy: $5.25 billion (1.49%)
8. Japan: $5.17 billion (1.47%)
9. Ireland: $4.74 billion (1.35%)
10. Spain: $4.69 billion (1.33%)
11. Brazil: $4.5 billion (1.28%)
12. India: $3.78 billion (1.07%)
13. China: $3.5 billion (1%)
14. Israel: $2.9 billion (0.83%)
15. Switzerland: $2.7 billion (0.78%)

• China will have an additional
758m pax
• US: 523m
• India: 275m
• Indonesia: 132m
• Brazil: 104m

(source IATA)

EXPORTING
AIRSPACE

Some 35,000 additional
aircraft will be needed by
2034.

AIRBUS
A380
An Airbus A380 has an
approximate 4 million parts,
with 2.5 million part numbers
produced by 1,500 companies
from 30 countries around the
world, including 800 companies
from the United States.There are
310 miles of electrical wiring on
the A380.

1. Malawi
2. Rwanda
3. Sierra Leone
4. Central African Republic
5. Serbia
6. Tanzania
7. Uganda
8. Papua New Guinea
9. Ethiopia
10. Vietnam
Aviation helps sustain 58 million
jobs and $2.4 trillion in economic
activity. In 20 years’ time,
aviation is expected to support
around 105 million jobs and
$6 trillion in GDP.

BOEING
737
The 737 is made up of
367,000 parts.

AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS

Djibouti
Addis Ababa
Adama

Freetown

LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE
INDEX WORLD RANKING

Lekki
Badagry

World Bank, 2016

SOUTH
AFRICA

20

RWANDA

62

KENYA

42

NAMIBIA

79

ETHIOPIA

126

BOTSWANA

57

MOZAMBIQUE

84

DR CONGO

127

UGANDA

58

GHANA

88

DJIBOUTI

134

TANZANIA

61

NIGERIA

90

ANGOLA

139

BRIBERY

Malaba

Kampala
Kigali

Entebbe
Nairobi
Musoma

Bugesera
Musongati
Barra do Dande

Lamu
Mombasa
Bagamoyo
Dar es Salaam

Lobito

Transparency International, 2015

Ondangwa
ID A BR

IBE IN

PREV

IOUS

Livingstone

12 MO

NTHS

65%

44%

TRAIN

Sidvokodvo
Lothair

54%

46%

70%

62%

LE PA

61%

PEOP

56%

% OF

47%

Hawassa

Juba
Kribi

H
UT
E
SO ICA IQU NIA
R
B
YA
AF ZAM ANZA KEN
DA
C
T
AN
DR
MO
PIA NA
UG
IA
HIO GHA
ER
ET
NIG

PORT
AIRPORT
(DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS)

AIRPORT
DATA
MAG AIRPORTS
Cargo staff: 4
EMA: 296,000 tonnes
STN: 244,000
MAN: 100,000
Freighter movements: 41,000
Income from cargo: £20.1m

PIK

AMS
Cargo staff: 8
2016 tonnage: 1.66m tonnes (up 2.5%)
Freighter movements: 17,817

Heathrow’s plan for cargo









Halve current throughput times to be more
efficient.
Make cargo throughput times predictable to
reduce costs.
Add cargo capacity at the airport to generate
additional cargo volumes for airline partners.
Work with the cargo community, through
engagement and discussion.
Grow cargo sustainably, while minimising the
impact on neighbours.
Be 100% e-freight compliant to reduce waste,
costs and delays.
Be a great airport of choice for cargo.
Provide a safe working environment.

Exports of interest

BHX

CGN
LGW

LHR
Cargo staff: 1
2016 tonnage: 1.54m
Freighter movements: 2,500
Cargo revenues: £5m

LUX

46,000 tonnes of fresh Scottish Salmon

was exported via Heathrow in the last 12 months – that’s
the equivalent weight of 230 blue whales.

The top 5 Heathrow exports by value
are: Jewellery and precious (£4.37bn/year), Machinery
(£2.13bn), Medicines and pharmaceuticals (£1.24bn),
Electrical machinery (£0.88bn), and Photography and
Cinematographic equipment (£0.83bn).

The top 10 most unknown UK exports

in a
recent study were Diamonds (91.6% of those surveyed),
False eyelashes (89.2%), Television parts (83.8%),
Binoculars (82.6%), Sugar (82.7%), Fuels (82.2%), Pets
(81.2%), Umbrellas (79.9%), Oil (79.3%), Iron (79.1%).

LGG

CDG
Cargo volumes: 1.95m

BRU
Cargo staff: 7
2016 tonnage: 494,637 (up 1.1%)
Freighter movements: 14,119

FRA
Cargo staff: 10
2016 tonnage: 2.15m tonnes (up 1.8%)
Freighter movements: 21,469

80%
70%
60%
50%

CHARTS

40%
30%
20%
10%

EU28

Spain

Italy

Germany

France

UK

12
20

11
20

10
20

09

200

160

150

-200

110

100

9th

8th

7th

-300
-400

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2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

-700

Benefit Changes

Living Wage

Income Tax

Total

10th (richest)

-100

6th

0

135

5th

100

London

4th

North East

3rd

Working Age Benefit Freeze

2nd

England

UC Working Allowance

200

1st (poorest)

250

20

08
20

07
20

06
20

05
20

20

04

0%

BRANDING

IC

I N V E S T O R L I N K C O N S U LTA N T S

EN CORE EDI TI ONS

COINOMETRICS

THE BRICK SERIES

THE USUAL SUSPECTS
Director: Bryan Singer
Year: 1995
Starring: Gabriel Byrne, Kevin Spacey, Benicio Del Toro, Stephen Baldwin, Kevin Pollack, Chaz Palminteri, Suzy Amis, Pete Postlethwaite
Five men are forced to take part in a line-up for a crime they had no involvement in. However, the chance encounter prompts a
partnership that begins with a heist in New York and ends with them coming as close as anyone ever has to the true face of evil, the
criminal mastermind Keyser Söze. Told in flashback to an FBI agent by Verbal Kint, one of the five men, what unfolds is a tale of doublecrossing and murder that might finally reveal the face of the devil himself. Director Bryan Singer and the strong cast bring Christopher
McQuarrie’s zigzagging script thrillingly to life. Benicio Del Toro was a relative unknown before the film was released, while Kevin Spacey’s
Oscar-winning turn as Verbal made him a star. However, the real draw of the film, which might explain its success, is the mysterious
character of Söze. His story taps into our love of myth, even if such a character could never be real. Or perhaps he is. As Verbal tells us,
“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.”

81

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