The merger of U.S.-based liquid storage terminal providers BW Terminals Inc and Contanda LLC, which have been under common ownership since December 2019, has been completed.
The combined company, which is renamed BWC Terminals, “creates a leader in the liquid storage industry with significant expertise in providing innovative solutions and a deep commitment to exceptional customer service”, according to BW Terminals.
As announced in February 2020, Michael (Mike) Suder will serve as Chief Executive Officer of BWC Terminals. BWC Terminals owns 17 sites with over ten million barrels of storage capacity, including a new Jacintoport facility that is currently under construction in the Port of Houston which will add up to an additional three million barrels of capacity to the company’s portfolio.
Suder said: “We are pleased to begin the next chapter for BWC Terminals. Our combined industry leadership and joint reputation for providing exceptional customer service securely positions BWC Terminals as one company united to drive growth and deliver best-in-class liquid storage solutions across North America.”
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, BWC Terminals is a premier provider of bulk liquid storage and logistics services to refiners, manufacturers and distributors of bulk liquids in North America.
The company consists of 17 sites with over ten million barrels of storage capacity. The BWC Terminals facilities are equipped to store a wide range of petroleum, chemical and agricultural products.
For more information visit www.bwcterminals.com