The Hoyer Group’s cotac group service network now can store full bulk liquid ISO tanks in Houston through a new investment in conversion measures, increasing global storage capacity for the transport of chemical goods, foodstuffs, petrochemical products, and even gases liquefied under pressure and cryogenically.
Located near the international port in Houston, cotac’s full-service offering includes cleaning, repair, maintenance, steam and hot water heating, hydrogen storage, and depot services. “Starting in June 2023, we increased our capacity to store empty ISO tanks, and now have the ability to store loaded ISO tanks for hazardous and non-hazardous goods,” Paul Pinto, cotac USA key account manager, said in a news release.
“We are delighted to expand our depot offerings to our existing clients, and by the ability to help new customers around the world.”
For Hoyer, the Houston site is a central logistics hub for global logistics, as well as the domestic and intercontinental services of products from the chemical, food, lubricant, and gas industries. In addition to overseas transports, Hoyer handles road transports in the U.S. through Hoyer Bulk Trucking as a one-stop-shop solution. With the storage of up to 800 loaded ISO tanks, cotac extends its service portfolio for customers’ logistics movements. In addition, a storage area for empty ISO tanks, IBCs, and trailers is available.
Cotac maintains 12 locations across Europe, Asia, and the U.S., helping to ensure globally uniform standards for tank cleaning, repair, and depot services for its own logistics processes. The cotac group is regularly audited according to DIN EN-ISO 9001 and undergoes various country-specific safety and quality audits, the company said.