LBC Tank Terminals adding stainless steel tank capacity in Rotterdam

Feb. 24, 2016

In order to meet the increasing demands of its customers, LBC has initiated the construction of additional tank capacity at the LBC terminal in Botlek-Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Along with expanding jetty capabilities, LBC is investing in 250,000-cubic meters of new storage capacity at the Rotterdam terminal. The first 36,000-cubic meter expansion of stainless steel tanks has started and will be operational first half of 2017.

Additionally, upgrades to the railcar and truck loading facilities will be carried out to accommodate a large range of liquid chemicals. The terminal will be able to handle products requiring vapor treatment, mixing and blending as well as those requiring dedicated temperature control.

This expansion matches the ambition of LBC to become the most efficient terminal in the Port of Rotterdam when it comes to ship-to-shore interface and ship-turnaround times. In addition, the expansion affirms the position of LBC as the responsible logistic supplier of choice where there is no such thing as a hazardous chemical, at least not when in their care.