LPG storage and handling operations have started at HES Wilhelmshaven terminal following an upgrading project.
The company refurbished and upgraded six existing LPG spheres with a total capacity of 16,480 m3, jetty infrastructure, fire fighting system, pipelines and rail loading infrastructure.
The spheres are supported by a long-term agreement.
Sven Partzsch, managing director of HES Wilhelmshaven, says: ‘We are existed to further develop and diversify HES Wilhelmshaven as a prime independent storage terminals. The infrastructure has been modified and upgraded according to our high standards for safety and flexibility.’
Paul van Poecke, head of liquid bulk terminals at HES International adds: ‘We are very pleased with the truck and railcar distribution function into the northern German markets that HES Wilhelmshaven has built up over the last few years for petroleum products and LPG.’