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Happy Holidays from Tank Storage Magazine

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Meenal Datar

Membership specialist

As 2022 comes to a close, the tank storage industry is reflecting on a year of uncertainty. But for us at Tank Storage Magazine, we’re getting things back to normality. Your December/January issue is out now, with plenty of comment and analysis on the current situation. And while inflation is certain to have an impact, I’m confident that 2023 is going to be an exciting year for the tank storage industry.

And one big opportunity on the horizon is the energy transition and future fuels industry. At Tank Storage Magazine, we’ve seen first-hand how facilities are preparing for the new market. The latest issue features our Terminal Outlook for 2023, with commentary from 11 leading terminal execs. They’re facing the same issues as you and will also explore the potential opportunities that come with such a rapidly-changing market.

A special thanks to Oikos Storage, based here in the UK, for inviting the team to tour their facility this year. Along with new recruit, Gary Kakoullis, Molly, Cyann and I visited the terminal, based in Canvey Island. We were given the opportunity to visit both jetties – one newly built in 2018 – and compare the evolution from a more manual process to a practically fully-automated loading and unloading system. This robotics innovation is just one example of how technology is improving the sector – and you can get a taste of plenty more at StocExpo.

That’s right, StocExpo is back in Rotterdam on 14-16 March 2023. We’ve seen the event’s new branding, and the latest issue of Tank Storage Magazine features a sneak preview of this year’s event. Find out what’s new and who’s exhibiting. And make sure you’re registered to attend!

For now, though, enjoy the latest edition of Tank Storage Magazine packed with plenty of exclusive interviews, original commentary and editorial features from our team of journalists.

Happy holidays!


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