Phase 4 Expansion Begins at Rubis Terminal Rotterdam a Symbolic Start to a Promising Project
04.10.2024 By Tank Terminals - NEWS

April 10, 2024 [Storage Terminals Magazine]- Under the watchful gaze of employees, contractors, and other stakeholders, the commencement of Phase 4 expansion at Rubis Terminal Rotterdam has officially begun. Following tradition, a coin was ceremoniously thrown in with the first piling, symbolising the start of another successful project.


Phase 4 is scheduled to be operational by April 2025 and will feature nine tanks with a combined capacity of 28,000 m3. These tanks are strategically configured to handle a diverse range of chemicals, biofuels, and circular products, including pyrolysis oils.

In anticipation of the project’s success, Rubis Terminal Rotterdam extends gratitude to all involved parties, acknowledging their indispensable contributions as the true driving force behind this endeavour. Updates on the progress of Phase 4 will be provided to keep stakeholders informed and engaged throughout the expansion process.


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