Tank Storage Asia 2018 will be a special and new experience for ener8 as we team up with TankTerminals.com, the largest tank terminal database platform in the world.
In 2016 I made a presentation at the conference, while in 2017 I was invited and honored to be the conference host. This year you will be able to find me at the TankTerminals.com booth where I will be happy to meet and talk to you.
Why you should visit Tank Storage Asia 2018 in Singapore
Taking place in Singapore, the world’s second-largest storage hub, this is the only event dedicated to the Asian storage market. Crude oil sales from storage tanks around Singapore rose to an 11-month high earlier this year, at over 22 million barrels. With further trade routes also opening in the east, this activity shows how profitable the market still is and the exciting opportunities that are emerging throughout the region.
This two-day exhibition and conference bring together storage operators, traders, and investors with innovative suppliers showcasing their latest products, from automation and technology to pumps, values, loading, safety equipment, and much more.
There couldn’t be a better time to visit, meet with leading industry experts and network with like-minded storage professionals at the luxurious Marina Bay Sands.
Tank Storage Asia will take place in Singapore on 26-27 September 2018.
Read our in-depth article about “The Greater Singapore Tank Storage Market Outlook” to find out why Singapore plays a fundamental role in today’s global trade.
This is the largest tank terminal database platform in the world providing detailed terminal data you need to make smart business decisions.
Below are some reasons why you should get access.
– Identify the top players in the tank storage industry and position them in the marketplace.
– Perform market share and competitive benchmarking analysis.
– Locate and target leads to get in touch with the right persons.
– Find tank storage capacity and storage opportunities.
Visit TankTerminals.com to learn more about the platform.
Photo Credit: Rudigerstal and TankTerminals.com