Inter Terminals has a new organisation structure for its bulk liquid storage facilities in the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands.
David McLoughlin will be heading up the combined UK & Irelands regions as managing director and country manager. The restructuring follows the integration of NuStar Europe, which was acquired by Inter Terminals at the end of 2018.
This acquisition has swelled the company's storage capacity in the UK to more than 1.8 million m3, making it the largest independent storage provider in the UK.
McLoughlin will oversee two-thirds of the company's 650-strong workforce in facilities along England's east and west coasts, as well as in Grangemouth and Clydebank in Scotland, in Belfast in Northern Ireland, and on the Shannon Estuary in Ireland.
The company says his new role fully aligns these important regions with the country management structure in place at its facilities in the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Denmark.
McLoughlin says: 'It reflects the significant expansion of the company's storage locations in the UK, and the Netherlands as a result of the acquisition and provides these regions with a dedicated management structure, whilst also creating a uniform model across the six countries in which the company now operates.'
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