LBC Tank Terminals has officially become an associate member of Chemical Recycling Europe (CRE), an industry association supporting and advocating for chemical recycling in Europe, dedicated to closing the loop for plastics through collaboration on circular and sustainable technologies. “As the first terminal operator joining CRE, LBC’s participation reflects the growing interest of the industry […]
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LBC Tank Terminals has achieved the 5-star rating in the 2023 GRESB benchmark, a widely respected assessment of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance in real estate and infrastructure assets. GRESB offers valuable insights into a company’s sustainability initiatives, risk management, and long-term value creation by assessing various aspects of ESG performance, including energy and […]
LBC Tank Terminals is pleased to announce a collaboration with Shell Chemicals for the storage of pyrolysis oil derived from plastic waste in the Port of Rotterdam. This long-term agreement represents a significant milestone in our journey towards a sustainable future. Strategically located in the key European logistical hub, LBC’s Rotterdam terminal plays an essential […]
LBC Tank Terminals has been awarded the Platinum medal by EcoVadis, an important provider of business sustainability ratings for global supply chains of over 100,000 companies across more than 200 industries in 175 countries. EcoVadis rates and continually monitors companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) management and progress while offering tools to drive improvement. As one […]
LBC Tank Terminals has acquired the 25% shares previously held by Cepsa Química, part of the Cepsa Group, in the terminal at the Scheldelaan in Antwerp. Cepsa Química, which has been a shareholder of the terminal since its start-up in 2007, will remain a long-term LBC customer and will maintain its operations from this terminal […]
LBC Tank Terminals has taken the final investment decision to expand the terminal in Antwerp and has started the construction of 28 tanks, collectively providing a significant storage capacity of 80,000 cubic meters. An integral part of the project is a state-of-the-art loading station for trucks and rail cars. The additional capacity and new infrastructure […]
Vitol and LBC Tank Terminals are pleased to announce the start of a partnership establishing a logistical supply chain for pyrolysis oil in Rotterdam. The collaboration strengthens the ambitions of both companies to be an integral part of Europe’s circular economy for years to come. The transformation from waste to sustainable energy is based on […]
Mitchell Garner is Manager Safety and Emergency Response for the US region and has been working at LBC for more than 3 years.
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A new year, a new storage outlook. In the latest edition of Tank Storage Magazine, LBC’s Commercial & Business Development Director Europe Dewien Jagmohan looks back at 2022 and gives his views on what the new year has in store for our industry.