Automation solutions provider Agidens has been announced as the lead sponsor at this year's FETSA AGM conference and exhibition in Tarragona, Spain.
The two day event, June 12-13 is the only event of its kind to be run directly by tank terminal operators.
FETSA is the umbrella association for all European national tank storage associations and between them the associations represent 85 million m3 of independent storage capacity.
The conference & exhibition is held the day after the association's Annual General Meeting (AGM), guaranteeing that all the major European terminal operators will be present. The event includes a networking lunch & dinner, a port tour of Tarragona and a site visit to Repsol's storage facility.
Key speakers at this year's event include Blanca André Ordax from the European Commission, Jorge Lanza Perea, CEO of CLH, Giorgia Manno, Senior Policy Advisor. FuelsEurope and Fritz Ullrich, Director of Terminals Benelux at Varo Energy.
The theme for this year's event is European Bulk Liquid Storage: Ensuring resilience in the supply chain. Other speakers on the programme include Phillip Ellett from the German Car Manufacturers Association VDA, Pedro Miras Salamanca, Chairman of CORES (Spanish Oil Stockholding Agency) and Matthias Plötzke, Policy Advisor Fuels Policy and Climate Protection, MEW.
This year the event will be held at the well-known theme park PortAventura World in Tarragona, giving even more reasons for tank terminal professionals to attend.
The FETSA AGM is now in its sixth year and for second year running it is jointly organised by market leading conference and exhibition organiser StocExpo & market leading publication Tank Storage Magazine.
View the full programme and get more information on the event here.
Exhibition booths are strictly limited. To book yours contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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