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  • CCIB Intermodal Seminar

    Joni Casey President and CEO

    March 14, 2013

    Intermodal Association of North America

  • Topics

    • IANA and Industry Overview

    • Policies and Government Affairs

    • Intermodal Educational Programs

    • IANA Information Programs and Services

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  • IANA and Industry Overview

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  • IANA Vision

    • Promote the benefits of intermodal freight  transportation;

    • Educate industry stakeholders;  • Provide members with a mode neutral forum to  discuss common issues, build consensus, shape  policy, and develop recommended practices;

    • Positively influence and shape legislation/regulations  that impact the industry; and

    • Promote and facilitate efficient business practices. 

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  • 3PL 12%

    Associate 8%

    Marine 7%

    Motor Carrier

    26%Rail 11%

    Supplier 36%

    Membership by Organization Type

    3PL 11%

    Associate 10%

    Marine 5%

    Motor Carrier

    38%

    Rail 2%

    Supplier 35%

    Active Participants by Organization Type

    IANA Membership by Types of Companies

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  • Total Intermodal Loadings

    5.44 5.78 5.72 5.73 5.74 5.91 5.57 6.15 6.62 7.05

    6.45 7.15 7.92

    8.51 8.34 7.75 6.11

    7.24 7.45 7.58

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    Domestic International

    Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

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  • 2008-2012 Intermodal Volumes by Month

    Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

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    Domestic Containers International Containers Trailers 8

    Industry Stats. – Growth Rates Int’l. vs. Domestic

    Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

  • 2011 2012 Change Share Trailers 1,693,782 1,523,556 -10.1% 10.4%

    Domestic Containers 4,926,185 5,528,184 12.2% 37.8%

    All Domestic Equipment 6,619,967 7,051,740 6.5% 48.2%

    ISO Containers 7,451,558 7,580,488 1.7% 51.8%

    Total 14,071,52514,632,228 4.0%

    2012 Year End Summary Intermodal Volumes by Equipment

    Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics9

  • Intermodal Volume Forecast

    5.9% 5.1%

    -1.2% -3.2%

    -14.4%

    13.4%

    5.5% 4.9% 5.2% 5.3%

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  • Policies and Government Affairs

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  • IANA’s Intermodal Policy Positions - Federal

    • Employee/Driver – Mandates & Classification

    • Hours of Service

    • Class 1 Railroad Re‐Regulation

    • CSA Implementation

    • Shipping Act Reform

    • Surface Transportation Reauthorization

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  • IANA’s Intermodal Policy Issues - State/Local

    • Employee/Driver Classifications – The following states  have active bills regarding the classification of  independent contractors as employees: AR, CT, IL, KY,  MA, ME, NJ, NY, OR, VT, WA.

    • Business Practices at MTOs (NJ)

    • Local Taxes on Empty Containers (NJ)

    • Cargo Facility Charges (NJ)

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  • Intermodal Educational Programs

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  • Intermodal Operations & Maintenance Seminar

    • Oak Brook Hills Marriott, Oak Brook, Illinois • May 1 – 2, 2013

    Intermodal Expo • George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas • November 17 – 19, 2013

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  • Future Intermodal Expo Dates & Locations

    • Sept. 21‐23, 2014 – Long Beach, Calif. • Sept. 20‐22, 2015 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Sept. 18‐20, 2016 – Houston, Tex. • Sept 17‐19, 2017 – Long Beach, Calif. • Sept. 16‐18, 2018 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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  • 2012 “Stay Informed” Webinars

    • Conducting a Proper Pre‐trip Inspection

    • Roadside Repairs – Avoiding Unnecessary Delays

    • ACORD 22 Certificate of Insurance – New Insurance  Submission Requirements

    • FMCSA DataQs and Violation Challenge Processes

    • Efficient Online Management of Drivers and Tractors

    • TRB Guidebook: Assessing Evolving International Container  Chassis Supply Models

    • FMCSA Roadside Inspections and Violation Data Access

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  • IANA Information Programs and Services

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  • Uniform Intermodal Interchange & Facilities Access Agreement (UIIA)

    • What is the UIIA? Standard industry interchange contract that contains the terms and  conditions for interchange of intermodal equipment between Motor  Carriers and Providers (i.e. ocean & rail carriers, and leasing  companies).

    • How is it administered? IANA collects and disseminates pertinent motor carrier profile and  insurance information to Equipment Providers for the purpose of  facilitating premises access and qualifying the Motor Carrier to  interchange equipment for specific providers. 

    • Current Participants − 6,701 Motor Carriers − 53 Equipment Providers  (42 SSLs, 8 Railroads, 2 Leasing Cos., 1  Chassis Pool)

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  • Primary Components of the UIIA

    • Participating Party Signature Page/Preamble • Definition of Terms • Premises Access • Equipment Interchange  (Notification of Availability, Equipment Condition) • Equipment Use  (Lost/Stolen, Damage, Free Days/Per Diem, Chassis 

    Use/Rental) • Liability, Indemnity & Insurance • General Terms  (Breach, Assignment, Venue, Notices, Term) • Administrative Procedures  (IIEC, Requests for Interpretation/ Modification, 

    Compliance) • Exhibits A‐D  (MC Pre‐Trip Inspection, Equipment Owners Responsibilities, 

    MC Responsibilities, Binding Arbitration Process) • Addendum Template

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  • Binding Arbitration Process • Implemented as part of the UIIA in August 2008

    • Alternative method for UIIA participants to use for resolving issues relating  to the dispute of Per Diem and/or Maintenance and Repair charges.

    • Binding Arbitration Metrics since inception: − Total Number of cases submitted:  354 − 225 cases met criteria: 

     143 cases completed  71 cases resolved prior to going through arbitration 11 cases currently pending review

    • Case Decisions Rendered:  In favor of MC – 45%  In favor of EP – 38% Split Decision  ‐ 17% (Decision split between both parties)

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  • Intermodal Driver Database (IDD) • Centralized and secured database for Motor Carriers to register and 

    manage their drivers.

    • Drivers registered through online web interface (through the Motor  Carrier’s UIIA account access) or electronically via FTP.

    • IDD links directly with UIIA program to validate a MC’s interchange  status with an EP and confirm whether the driver is active for the MC  that is accessing the facility.

    • Examples of information collected:  Driver’s Name, Driver’s License,  Driver License State, License Expiration, Driver’s Hire Date, Termination  Date (if applicable), IDD Pin Number, etc.

    • Over 400,000 active drivers (Over 1 million in total)

    • Associated with over 6,700 Motor Carrier companies

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    UIIA & Intermodal Driver Database Information Flows

  • Global Intermodal Equipment Registry (GIER)

    • Industry compliance solution to FMCSR Section 390.21

    • Virtual alternative to physical marking of intermodal  equipment

    • IEPs register chassis in GIER database and unique  alpha/numeric equipment ID ties chassis to DOT Number of  responsible party.  

    • Examples of information collected:  Chassis alpha/numeric ID,  IEP DOT Number, Equipment Category, VIN Number, License  Plate/State, Year Built, Remark/Remanufacture Date, etc.

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  • GIER – Online Public Inquiry Both Subscribers and Public Users may obtain the

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