03 October 2008 09:05 [Source: ICIS news]
No financial details were disclosed.
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The terminal, which will be named Vopak Terminal Wilmington South, would be Vopak’s second terminal in this port, it said.
It currently operated approximately 50,000 cubic meters (313,000 barrels) of storage capacity, which could be increased considerably in the future, the company said.
The terminal, which has been operated by Vopak since 1991, is located on the east bank of the
Dutch Royal Vopak is an independent tank terminal operator specialising in the storage and handling of liquid and gaseous chemical and oil products.
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