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VTTI Argentina Increases Storage Capacity by 10%

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.

VTTI Argentina has inaugurated two new storage tanks to meet the growing demand for clean petroleum products (CPP) in South America. These new tanks, with a combined capacity of 22,600 m3, will increase the terminal’s total storage capacity by 10%. The latest addition takes the terminal’s total capacity of the terminal to 252,000 m3.

Hugo Geurdes, general manager of VTTI Argentina says: ‘We are happy to announce that the project was executed safely and that both tanks were successfully commissioned, which means we are fully ready for serving our customers and meeting the growing demand for CPP in the Southern cone of South America. This expansion also aligns with VTTI’s 2028 Strategy, to invest in existing terminal infrastructure in key markets.’

The new tanks integrate seamlessly into VTTI Argentina’s existing infrastructure, offering customers even more flexibility with additional connectivity to maritime and truck-loading facilities.

The formal inauguration of the new tanks, known as ‘Phase V’ took place on June 27, 2024 in the presence of the ambassador of the Netherlands to Argentina, clients and stakeholders.

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