Apresentação em tema: "Fact Pack Railway sector in Brazil January, 2005"— Transcrição da apresentação:
1 Fact Pack Railway sector in Brazil January, 2005 Swedish Trade Council BrazilJanuary, 2005
2 Brazil – Basic Facts Political system: President: States: Largest cities:Exchange rates:(Jan2005)Life expectancy:Urbanization:DemocracyLuis Inácio Lula da Silva26:Brasília (capital), São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Belo HorizonteUSD 1,00 = R$ 2,90SEK 1,00 = R$ 0,3867,6 years82%Brazil Km2Rio de JaneiroPorto AlegreCuritibaSão PauloBelo HorizonteRecifeFortalezaBelémManausBrasilia- 5th largest country in the world in area (19 times larger than Sweden)million inhabitants (5th after China, India, USA and Indonesia)- 40 million consumers with Swedish purchasing power or stronger- 47% of total GDP in South-America- The Swedish-Brazilian companies invested over USD 3.3 billion over the last five years and plan investments for the coming five-year period of more than USD 3.1 billion
3 The Railway sector has been growing considerably over the last two years General informationThe railway production increased by 54% betweenDuring the first semester of 2004, the production increased with16% compared to same period of 2003Due to the old railway structure, the sector has invested around US$ 2 Bi in grid and rolling stock, including recovery of inherited scrapped fleetA great part of the sector is composed by private companiesWith the investments and the new technologies in quality, the railroad related accidents has decreased with 60%The present challenge is to increase participation of the railway sector in the transport matrix, which will result in a reduction of operational transport costs of R$ 11 billion between 2004 and 2008
4 Brazilian Railways map Principal RailwaysExiting RailwayPlanning RailwayMetropolitan Company in Distrito FerderalCPTM and Metrô in São PauloMetrô FluminenseUrban Railway Brazilian CompanyUrban Company of Porto Alegre
5 Railway Production (Freight Transported in Billions- TU) - 1997-2004 For 2005, the railway production is estimated to increase with 6% compared to 2004 …Railway Production (Freight Transported in Billions- TU)54%TOTALCAGR5,1% a.a225,8≈ 402,1 milhões TU212,7General Freight≈ 176,3 millions TUMining and Coil≈ 255,8 millions TUVolume Transported1997 = 255,5 millions / TU2004 = 377,8 millions / TUIncrease of 48%Note: TU = Unit TonsCAGR: Compound Annual Growth RateSource: ANTT; Ministry of Transport; Information provided by ANTF partners; IPEA; MCMRate: USD 1,00 = R$ 2,90
6 Railways Production - 2003-2008 … and generate a 57% increase in transport supply capacity and a 6% gain in the transport matrix...Railways Production(billion of TKU)Transports Matrix(%)57%45%Waterway14%13%13%~40%International Standard59%57%Highway62%Railway24%28%30%20032008Considering concessionaires investments2008Considering concessionaires and Government investments20032008Considering concessionaires investments2008Considering concessionaires and Government investmentsNote: 1) Excludes pipeline and air transportation. Matrix refers to the 2000 matrix adjusted for 2003 considering a 13% increase in railway transportation and 3% (GDP growth) in other modalitiesSource: Information provided by the concessionaires; Statistical Yearbook 2001 – GEIPOT; Information provided by concessionaires; analysis by A.T. Kearney
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