New truck loading facility. ST1 and Scandinavian Tank Storage have signed a long term agreement related to a truck loading facility in the Port of Malmö. Storage options are Diesel, Heating Oil, RME and Gasoline. The terminal has been upgraded with a VRU unit and a modern control system. All sort of products can be truck loaded from this facility.
A new underground cavern will be brought into operation at the Port of Gothenburg. The cavern is 600,000 cubic metres in size and will be used for storage of crude oil. The operator will be the independent storage company Scandinavian Tank Storage. Located immediately beside the Port of Gothenburg is an underground storage facility. Gothenburg Port Authority has two caverns … Read More
New port terminal in Malmö gives great environmental benefits Copenhagen Malmö Port and Scandinavian Tank Storage build a facility for low-sulphur marine diesel. The EU’s sulphur directive came into force on 1 January. Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) is ready to receive vessels that can refuel with low-sulphur marine diesel in a newlyestablished terminal being built in Malmö and financed by … Read More
Leif Nilsson has taken place as a member of the board of Scandinavian Tank Storage AB • Leif comes from Preem, where he has worked for more than 30 years. His work has included everything from project engineer to the CEO (for Huda Trading AB). • The bulk of his time he spent trading and sourcing, and during this time … Read More
Today the oil storage company Scandinavian Tank Storage (STS) was rewarded with Gothenburg’s environmental award. The company was recognized both for its sustainability efforts and sound cooperation with authorities and customers. The award was presented at the annual Energy Port Day. Each year, the Port of Gothenburg hands out the Energy Port’s environmental award. This year, Scandinavian Tank Storage (STS) … Read More
Largest ship ever in Malmö Oil Harbour On 11-12 February CMP was visited by the largest ship ever to put into Malmö oil terminal. With a margin of only one metre in width and length, the NS Laguna just cleared the terminal’s maximum dimensions. The ship is 249 metres long and 44 metres wide. “We have excellent capacity to receive … Read More
Oil pier 27 has been completed: Step one towards creating A 12.2 metre free sailing depth into the port. On June 4, oil pier 27 was completed. The construction period has been 18 months and the new oil wharf is designed to hold the size of vessels that the new entry will allow. The depth at the new pier is … Read More
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