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Aspects of Air Transport and ELA Logistics Certification Kamil Slavik for V 4 Logistics Aspects of Air Transport and ELA Logistics Certification Kamil Slavik for V 4 Logistics conference Budapest 6. 5. 2014

Agenda 1. CLA Introduction 2. Aspects in Air Transport 3. ELA Logistics Certification 4. Agenda 1. CLA Introduction 2. Aspects in Air Transport 3. ELA Logistics Certification 4. GNSS Challenges in Transport 5. Summary and contact

1. CLA introduction • CLA celebrates this year the 21 th anniversary • Member 1. CLA introduction • CLA celebrates this year the 21 th anniversary • Member of European Logistics Association • ECBL Logistics Certification since 2008 • Initiated the Expert Team for Logistics (ET) as an expert advisory body, which – through the integration of unions, associations and other entities – extends influence on the state administration and local authorities

2. Aspects in air transport Situation in V 4 countries • • CEE region 2. Aspects in air transport Situation in V 4 countries • • CEE region airfreight volumes are growing again A few Freighters projects in region PRG, BUD, BTS, KTW Handling capacities not in good shape , except PRG Wide-body flights with more air cargo capacity Competitive hubs FRA, AMS, PAR, MUC, VIE, LUX, MIL, LEI. Consolidation in traditional hubs in western Europe About 75% if airfreight is tracked (RFS) to/from other airports • Simplifying procedures like e-freight, paperless, CASS are available • Ideal opportunities for new routes, hubs and distribution channels

Aifreight facts Shipper Export 34% 8% Import 58% Consignee • The flight is only Aifreight facts Shipper Export 34% 8% Import 58% Consignee • The flight is only 8% of total cycle time • Traditional Air Cargo transit time is around 5 days • Freight forwarders controls about 90% of the airline distribution channel

What do Customer Want ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On What do Customer Want ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On time performance On call pick-up Network Time definite service Reputation Lowest rates Toll free customer service Number of service levels Cargo 2000 Survey 73% of respondents require door to door delivery times of 48/72 hrs- time definite

Trends in air freight Trend of volume prognoses for years 2010 - 2025 Source Trends in air freight Trend of volume prognoses for years 2010 - 2025 Source Boeing

Freighters and wide body air services in region PRG : CI, Y 8, KE, Freighters and wide body air services in region PRG : CI, Y 8, KE, EK, OK BUD : CV, Silk air BTS : ACG WAW: LO, EK plus integrators DHL, Fedex, TNT, UPS

Airport costs comparision Landing cost of Boeing B 747/400 F, 397 t MTOW Approch, Airport costs comparision Landing cost of Boeing B 747/400 F, 397 t MTOW Approch, noise, landing, ramp and cargo handling fees at various airports in CEE region

3. ELA Logistics Certification A Standard of Competence ELA certification recognises people’s competence making 3. ELA Logistics Certification A Standard of Competence ELA certification recognises people’s competence making the certificate extremely attractive for serving as a basis for evaluation, training and recruitment. Concept • One common standard Using the same terminology and definitions everywhere • International Recognition ELA certification is widely recognised. This increases the flexibility and mobility of certified logistics employees • A local assessment by National Certification Boards Assessment is available from National Certification Boards established in more than 20 countries

ELA linked to EQF • The European Quality Framework – EQF • The ELA ELA linked to EQF • The European Quality Framework – EQF • The ELA Standards are mapped to the European Qualification Framework, an EU initiative for harmonising life-long learning. The EQF is a common European reference system that links a number of national qualifications systems and frameworks together. In practice, it functions as a translation device making qualifications transferable. Using this common framework enables learners and workers to have their skills and qualifications recognised in many countries. An ELA certificate recognises competences and validates logisticians’ experience at different levels. • •

ELA Certificates levels • European Certified Logistician at the Supervisory/Operational Management level – EJLog, ELA Certificates levels • European Certified Logistician at the Supervisory/Operational Management level – EJLog, it is for supervisors in an operational role and for first line managers • European Certified Logistician at the Senior Management level ESLog, is good for managers or consultants planning, coordinating and controlling different parts of the logistics network • European Certified Logistician at the Strategic Management level EMLog, for senior managers, senior consultants or directors with considerable experience in logistics management

ELA Standards 2014 New Restructured modules are set in 4 groups (*compulsory) and 9 ELA Standards 2014 New Restructured modules are set in 4 groups (*compulsory) and 9 modules • • Business Principles* – Business Principles – Core Management Skills Logistics & Supply Chain Design* – Process Management – Project & Change Management Logistics & Supply Chain Execution – Warehousing – Transportation – Sourcing – Customer Service Logistics & Supply Chain Planning – Demand, Production and distributions Requirement Planning

ELA certificates Successful holders of ESLOG or EJLOG Certificates, awarded by CLA/NCR extends their ELA certificates Successful holders of ESLOG or EJLOG Certificates, awarded by CLA/NCR extends their knowledge and work at companies like: ABB, DHL, Cargo Partner Hungary, ČD Logistics, Getrag Ford SK, Hypera, ICZ, Logicon, Meopta Optics, PKZ, Shell, Škoda Auto, THL and University Pardubice.

Contacts • Czech Rep. : www. czech-logistics. eu NCR - National Certification Board Mr. Contacts • Czech Rep. : www. czech-logistics. eu NCR - National Certification Board Mr. Kamil Slavík email: [email protected] cz, phone: + 420 606 745 • Poland: ILIM, www. ilim. poznan. pl Mr. Zbyszko Krojenka email: zbyszko. [email protected] poznan. pl, phone: +48 -61 -850 -4983

4. GNSS Challenges • Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) GPS, Galileo , Glonas, Baidoo 4. GNSS Challenges • Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) GPS, Galileo , Glonas, Baidoo • EU is investing 11 billions EUR to Galileo • Value of 90 billions is expected as benefits in many industries • Head-office of European GNSS is in Prague • GNSS Centre of Excellence (GCE) was founded by Czech air, rail and road stakeholders

Objectives of the GNSS Centre of Excellence • To cooperate with industries and companies Objectives of the GNSS Centre of Excellence • To cooperate with industries and companies operating in the fields of GNSS applications, as well as with SME and other institutions in the transport sector • To promote the development of GNSS applications • To accelerate the development and deployment of applications based on EGNOS and GALILEO • To support the activities of the GSA Agency in Prague

Targeted fields Logistics and transportation • Dangerous goods (DGR) • Vehicles and shipment positioning Targeted fields Logistics and transportation • Dangerous goods (DGR) • Vehicles and shipment positioning • Handling and manipulation Air Transport • • • Flight operations Ground operations at airports Safety, security Maintenance & Avionics General aviation Railway Traffic • Railway transport route • Passenger transport • Haulage Road Traffic • Road management • Intelligent ITS • Construction • Maintenance

5. Summary Opportunities ahead : • Active cooperation between logistics associations • Coordinated development 5. Summary Opportunities ahead : • Active cooperation between logistics associations • Coordinated development of intermodal logistics centres • New CEE air freight hub • ELA certification for logistics professionals • Active joint development, testing and use of GNSS technologies in V 4 countries Kamil Slavik, [email protected] eu GSM: +420 606 745