A new build liquid bulk storage Terminal, strategically located in the Port of Vlissingen, The Netherlands
Final layout and design may change subject to Permit approval
When operational, the Terminal will provide state-of-the-art operational systems such as fast-flow pumps designed to reduce time at the Jetty for tanker vessels and barges, and for the fast-loading of Rail Tanker Carriages (RTC) and Road Tanker Trucks (RTT).
Versatile storage capacity is paramount for global customers to adjust their inventories to accommodate changes in market sentiment and/or economics. The entire facility will be multi-permitted for a wide range of bulk liquid products, meaning that for example, customers will be able to change tanks from Jet A1 to ULSD, or ULSD to Gasoline, Gasoline to Biofuels and so on.
Alongside the more traditional and longer-term storage contracts, the Terminal will offer some capacity for short-term storage. We’ve called this “Tank Time-Sharing” or “Hoteling”; a concept of very short-term, and super-flexible rental commitments for suitable Customers.
ICE deliverable Terminal
The Terminal will be an ICE deliverable Terminal
Round the clock operations
The Terminal will offer 24/7, 365 days a year operational capability.
SGS Netherlands is located at the Terminal site and will offer our Customers priority surveying services
The Terminal will operate as a Bonded Warehouse
Representations of jetty designs under consideration
A compelling location with excellent connectivity as a platform to develop downstream capacity building, supporting domestic and international trade-flows with dedicated infrastructure.
Directly accessible from the North Sea, our dedicated Jetty will have berths for seagoing vessels and inland barges, and offer a draught of up to 17 metres
The Terminal has direct open sea access without the need to transit locks or sluices
STS operations available from a permanent mooring opposite our Jetty location.
Tank to Tank Transfer
Tank to Tank transfer and product circulation
Multi-spur loading facilities for Rail Tanker Carriages (RTC), with connections to the European Railway network
Dedicated Road Tanker Trucks (RTT) loading facilities
European Inland Waterways
The Terminal is connected via the Scheldt River to the Ports of Antwerp, Terneuzen and Ghent as well as the European inland waterways