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Exolum awarded tender for fuel terminal at Paris-Charles de Gaulle international Airport

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Exolum has announced it has been awarded the tender for the operation and maintenance of the fuel terminal at Paris-Charles de Gaulle international Airport, in Paris, France.

The concession, granted by Groupe ADP (Aéroports de Paris) and for which operations are expected to start in April 2025, will have a minimum duration of 20 years and includes the operation and maintenance of the fuel distribution facilities and the airport’s hydrant network.

The project also includes an investment of more than €200 million for the maintenance and renovation of the current facilities, and the development of new infrastructures to support the growing integration of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) at the airport.

Jorge Guillén, Spain region lead at Exolum, says that: ‘Our entry in Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport is a milestone in the growth strategy of Exolum. As an independent leader in aviation logistics, our aim is to provide an excellent service at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, with sustained investment to maintain first class international infrastructures and operational standards at an airport equipped to supply SAF.’

The award of this concession contract consolidates Exolum’s international presence in the management of aviation fuel distribution infrastructures, a sector in which the company has extensive experience, gained by carrying out this activity at airports in six countries in Europe and Latin America.


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