HES International’s HES Botlek Tank Terminal at the Port of Rotterdam, has grown to 490,000 cubic metres of capacity after the facility took into service an additional 277,000 cubic metres of tank capacity.

The company also plans to start construction of an additional 130,000 cubic metres of capacity, of which it already has permits and customers in place. Alongside this growth HES also plan to construct a new jetty to accommodate tankers up to Suezmax size to support the expansion of the terminal.

HES International’s CEO, Jan Vogel said: “HES International has a longstanding history and a strong track record in providing safe and reliable storage and port infrastructure at key locations in Europe. Our customers are large industrial clients that count on the reliability of our services and appreciate the quality and logistical advantages of our terminals. The realisation of these key infrastructure projects but also our recent acquisition of the Asphalt and Bitumen terminal from Valt are a central part of this strategy. We are equally excited that we see similar developments and opportunities at most of our other terminals.”

For more information visit www.hesinternational.eu

4th Dec 2017

4th December 2017