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Implico and FETSA announce partnership

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Implico has announced a supplier partnership with the leading representative of Europe’s bulk liquid storage sector, FETSA.

FETSA represents over 140 companies across Europe and is the authoritative voice for the bulk liquid storage sector in Brussels. Their mission emphasises member interests including:

  • Lobbying European institutions
  • Highlighting the sector’s sustainable development
  • Energy transition
  • Early warnings on EU policies,
  • Ensures members are informed and prepared

Rolf Adam, CEO of the Implico Group says: ‘Joining hands with FETSA allows us to bring our technological expertise to the forefront of Europe’s bulk liquid storage landscape. Together, we aim to address the pressing challenges of the sector and drive innovation that benefits the entire supply chain.’

The supplier partnership, initiated by FETSA, is designed for companies that either do business witha factory with persony pipes tank storage companies or have a strong affinity with the tank storage sector. This partnership offers several benefits from networking to knowledge exchange to community engagement.

‘The energy sector is at a crossroads, and we must maintain a proactive dialogue with key stakeholders – be it policymakers, authoritative bodies, or industry peers. We need groundbreaking solutions that allow us to dictate the course of our future, rather than being mere spectators. Our partnership with FETSA is a testament to Implico’s commitment to shaping this future,’ adds Adam.

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