1 STRENGTHENING YOUR PORT S FINANCIAL STABILITY THROUGH DIVERSIFICATION A Case Study of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority s Natural Advantages and Diversification Strategies Larry Sawrenko, Director Finance & Treasurer June 8, 2016
2 PRESENTATION OVERVIEW Canada s Trade Port of Vancouver Historical and Natural Advantages Diversification Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Land Supply Strategy Conclusion
3 CANADA S TRADE
4 COUNTRIES BY POPULATION Rank Country Population (millions) 1 China 1,377 2 India 1,290 3 United States Indonesia Brazil 206 % 19% 18% 4% 4% 3% 38 Canada 36 ½% World 7, %
5 GLOBAL TOP TRADING COUNTRIES Rank Country US$ (trillions) 1 EU China United States Germany Japan Canada 0.9 World 36.6 When it comes to trade, Canada punches above its weight.
6 CANADA S TRADE BY COUNTRY Vancouver Canada s Pacific Coast is the natural trade outlet for goods moving to 4 of Canada s top 10 trading partners. Rank Economy C$ Billions 3 China 56 6 Japan 20 8 South Korea 10 9 Hong Kong 9
7 PORT OF VANCOUVER TOP TRADING PARTNERS Rank Economy Metric Tonnes (millions) 1 China 30 2 Japan 15 3 South Korea 13 4 United States 6 5 India 5 Port of Vancouver moves 140 million metric tonnes of cargo annually
8 CANADA S TRADE Canada is a trading nation There has always been a strong market opportunity for Vancouver
9 PORT OF VANCOUVER - HISTORICAL AND NATURAL ADVANTAGES
10 CANADA S RAIL CONNECTIONS TO THE PACIFIC Canada has only two rail connections to the Pacific.
11 CANADA S RAIL CONNECTIONS TO THE PACIFIC And its going to be difficult and expensive to build another.
12 CANADA S ROAD CONNECTIONS TO THE PACIFIC Canada s main east west highway, the Trans Canada Highway, leads to Vancouver.
13 CANADA S ROAD CONNECTIONS TO THE PACIFIC $7 billion currently being invested in road improvements connecting the Port of Vancouver to the National highway System.
14 CANADA S PIPELINE CONNECTIONS TO THE PACIFIC Canada s only existing pipeline to the Pacific goes to Vancouver Canada s new Federal Government s election platform includes a moratorium on North Coast tanker traffic
15 Kinder Morgan Westridge Proposed expansion of existing Trans Mountain Pipeline, built in 1952 Investment of $5 billion to twin the pipeline, add new equipment and storage capacity Recently approved by the National Energy Board Panel, subject to 157 conditions Now being reviewed by the Federal Minster
16 WATER DEPTHS Canadian Port Authorities are responsible for all dredging costs Vancouver Fraser Port Authority must dredge the Fraser River at a net cost of $20 million per annum.
17 VANCOUVER S COMPETITIVE POSITION (Max score 5) Physical Capability of Terminals Planned Capacity Development Vancouver Prince Rupert Productivity of Terminals 4 4 Cost of Transiting Terminals 5 5 Delivered costs to the Midwest 4 4 Import/Export balance 5 3 Local Demand 5 2 Location as a Regional Hub 5 2 Existing Customer base 5 3 Ocean Shipping Consultants Container Forecast Study 2014
18 VANCOUVER S COMPETITIVE POSITION * Millions of metric tonnes * Data for 2014
19 HISTORICAL AND NATURAL ADVANTAGES Port of Vancouver has historically benefited from strong hinterland connections Vancouver is competitive $200 Billion of Canada s $1 Trillion annual trade in goods (20%) moves through Vancouver
20 PORT OF VANCOUVER - DIVERSIFICATION
21 DIVERSIFIED BY TRADING PARTNER Rank Economy Metric Tonnes (millions) 1 China Japan South Korea United States India 5 3 % Top 5 trading partners make up 48% of total trade 52% of trade diversified between 155 other economies
22 DIVERSIFIED BY METHOD OF HANDLING Method of Handling Tonnage (millions metric Tonnes) % Bulk Container Breakbulk Auto ½ <1 Total
24 DIVERSIFIED BY COMMODITY CONTAINER VOLUMES Others, 25% Lumber, 16% Other Products of Chemical Industries, 3% Household Goods, 14% Meat, Fish & Poultry, 3% Basic Metals, 3% Machinery, 4% Construction & Materials, 6% Industrial, Auto and Vehicle Parts, 6% Woodpulp, 9% Specialty Crops, 11% 25M Metric Tonnes
25 DIVERSIFIED BY COMMODITY - BREAKBULK VOLUMES Construction & Materials Basic Metals 4% 6% Paper and Paperboard 6% Woodpulp 8% Lumber 1% Machinery 1% 16,471,999 tonnes Logs 49% Miscellaneous Goods 25% 17M Metric Tonnes
26 DIVERSIFIED BY CUSTOMER
27 DIVERSIFIED BY TENANT Port of Vancouver (2015) Cargo Type Major Terminals Average Annual Volume per Terminal Units Container 4 763,027 TEUs Bulk - Dry 13 5,554,727 Metric Tonnes Bulk - Liquid ,256 Metric Tonnes Breakbulk 2 1,681,050 Metric Tonnes Auto 2 192,237 Metric Tonnes Cruise 1 805,435 Passengers Note: average annual volume only includes tonnage handled by major terminals Vancouver Fraser Port Authority also has 1,000 other small and mid sized tenants that diversifies its risk.
28 DIVERSIFICATION Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has capitalized on its historical and natural advantages and developed a very financially diversified business VFPA has obtained a credit rating from Standard & Poors of AA
29 VANCOUVER FRASER PORT AUTHORITY
30 VANCOUVER FRASER PORT AUTHORITY Established by the Government of Canada under the Canada Marine Act Accountable to federal Minister of Transportation
31 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Governed by a board of directors appointed by federal (1), provincial (2), and municipal governments (1) and nominated by port users (7). Can serve for consecutive terms totalling 9 years. Fiduciary duty is to the VFPA, not the nominating or appointing body. Makes its own decisions on strategic planning and investments
32 VANCOUVER FRASER PORT AUTHORITY Funded by user fees and rent No taxing authority Pays a percentage of revenues to the Minister of Transportation Not an agent of the crown for borrowing No ability to raise funds through tax exempt bonds
33 MISSION AND VISION Mission To enable Canada s trade objectives, ensuring safety, environmental protection and consideration for local communities. Vision To be the world s most sustainable port.
34 STRATEGIC PRIORITIES Build a more connected and engages culture and drive operational excellence Achieve broad public support for port operations and growth Achieve alignment with policy makers on the vision for the Gateway Increase supply chain efficiency, transparency and optimize operational capacity to deliver enhanced customer and stakeholder value Anticipate, select and deliver new and repurposed infrastructure capacity to meet key sector demand Anticipate, deliver and optimize land supply to support gateway growth in key sectors Enhance and maintain gateway environmental health
35 LAND SUPPLY STRATEGY Anticipate, deliver and optimize land supply to support gateway growth in key sectors
36 METRO VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET Vancouver residential real estate prices have quadrupled since 2001, providing incentive for developers to convert industrial land to residential use.
37 METRO VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET And residential real estate inventory remains low.
38 METRO VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET
39 METRO VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET 1,700 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 60 year old home in an average Vancouver neighborhood Asking price $1.3 million
40 METRO VANCOUVER INDUSTRIAL LAND OVERVIEW 1,500 to 3,000 acres of Trade Enabling Land required in Vancouver in the next 5 10 years to meet market opportunity. Industrial land inventory has reduced by 870 acres in the past 5 years 22% of industrial land is currently at risk of being converted to another use.
41 METRO VANCOUVER INDUSTRIAL LAND OVERVIEW Fraser Mills, Coquitlam 88 acres of marine industrial land designated as Waterfront Village by local government.
42 INDUSTRIAL LAND EXPANSION & PROTECTION STRATEGY Unchecked, the pressures facing industrial land in the region will impact PMV s ability to enhance trade. As a result we are pursuing a strategy with three related components: 1. Acquisition and development of industrial land for port related development. 2. Leading the advocacy for protecting trade-enabling lands in the region. 3. Exploring the development of alternative land suitable for port related development.
43 CAPITAL PLAN Vancouver Fraser Port Authority s Capital Plan identifies $1.4 billion of capital spending Project Container Terminal Expansions $637M Strategic Land Acquisitions $356M Richmond Logistics Hub $123M Road and Rail Improvements to Port Back Up Lands $78M Other Projects $166M Total $1,360M
44 STRATEGIC LAND ACQUISITIONS VFPA s acquisition strategy focuses on lands with the following characteristics: Present opportunities for consolidation with existing holdings Can be developed into logistics facilities that will support the gateway s projected growth in container trade Near major road and rail infrastructure Since 2008, VFPA has bid successfully on 11 transactions, but unsuccessfully on 7.
45 STRATEGIC LAND ACQUISITIONS 501 Boyd Street, New Westminster 50 acre site purchased in 2012 Leased to a developer long term, who is developing 3 warehouses totaling 720,000 square feet. Two of the three warehouses are now tenanted. Developer has now its interest to a pension fund.
46 RICHMOND LOGISTICS HUB DEVELOPMENT Facilitate a combination of marine terminal, short-sea shipping, trans shipment and distribution facilities in support of port operations. Six phase development Currently an area wide transportation study is underway Significant improvements are expected as a result
47 INDUSTRIAL LAND PROTECTION PMV developed an approach to protect trade-enabling industrial land with a focus on collaborating with the Province of BC and launched a related advocacy and awareness campaign. Key Deliverables for 2016 include: Seeking to establish a forum to advance awareness and solutions to protect industrial land; Identifying lands within the region to be protected for port use; and Supporting provincial policy makers in the development of new policies for the protection of trade enabling land.
48 SPECIAL STUDY AREA LANDS VFPA purchased a farm in 2008 near its existing industrial lands. The lands are currently being farmed while the Authority advances its overall land supply strategy Fraser River
49 LAND SUPPLY STRATEGIES VFPA s Land Acquisitions strategies will not be enough to ensure a adequate supply of industrial lands for customers There is an important role for Government policy makers to play as well
50 KEY TAKEAWAYS Canada s Pacific Trade is strong. Vancouver s natural and historical advantages have enabled it to grow a very diversified business VFPA s Land Strategies will be an important determinant of its ability maintain this diverse business into the future.
51 Thank you. Larry Sawrenko, Director Finance & Treasurer
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