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StocExpo Europe in the news

STOCEXPO EUROPE IN THE NEWS

3rd May 2018

Source: Hydrocarbon Engineering

StocExpo Europe preparing for 2019

Just weeks after the 14th edition of StocExpo Europe came to a close in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, work is in full swing to create next year’s edition of the event.

Initiatives returning to StocExpo Europe in Rotterdam from 26 - 28 March 2019 include the complimentary Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association (EEMUA) workshop, late night opening, complimentary iTanks Innovation in Storage sessions, the start-up zone and the Global Tank Storage Awards.

2n May 2018

Source: Your Oil & Gas News

StocExpo Europe: Expect even more in 2019

Just weeks after the 14th edition of StocExpo Europe came to a close in Rotterdam, work is in full swing to create next year’s edition of the industry leading event for the bulk liquid storage sector.

‘We are pleased to announce that the initiatives that were such a success in 2018 will all return in 2019 plus much more,’ StocExpo & Tank Storage Divisional Director Nick Powell, explains. ‘We are the market leading event in the bulk liquid storage sector and have been for over a decade, with visitor numbers increasing every year, but the event still has room to grow. With every new concept, we’re working hard to attract visitors from all the major terminals and fulfil our aim of serving the tank storage community worldwide.’

1st May 2018

Source: Asia Today

StocExpo Europe: Expect even more in 2019

Free content, leading industry speakers & additional networking led to a 94% visitor satisfaction rate at this year’s StocExpo Europe, but next year promises to be better than ever.

Just weeks after the 14th edition of StocExpo Europe came to a close in Rotterdam, work is in full swing to create next year’s edition of the industry leading event for the bulk liquid storage sector.

28th March 2018

Source: Petrol Plaza

StocExpo Europe reports industry optimism

Attracting an international audience from over 70 countries worldwide, the event welcomed thousands of high level decision makers to the Ahoy, Rotterdam to explore the challenges and opportunities presented in what is now a highly dynamic market. Visitors attended from world leading oil majors, terminals and investment companies, including CEOs, directors, terminal managers, investors, senior engineers and procurement managers from Shell, Vopak, VTTI, Rubis Terminal, Vesta Terminals, Bilfinger, Odfjell Terminals, Stolthaven Terminals and Kinder Morgan among many others.