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4th October 2018

The prestigious Tank Storage Asia exhibition and conference draws to a close

Asia’s leading tank storage exhibition and conference concludes as the industry prepares for impending IMO 2020 regulation.

Tank Storage Asia, the exhibition and conference dedicated to the Asian tank terminal and storage industry ended on a high last week. Attended by delegates from across the South East Asian region, the two-day conference featured in-depth discussions and panel debates focused on the terminal market, International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2020 regulation and technological innovations across the industry.


30th July 2018

Tank Storage Asia announces key speakers

The latest safety regulations in Singapore, the IMO 2020 Sulphur fuel cap, an overview of developments affecting the tank terminal market in Asia and future growth opportunities in South East Asia are some of the topics featured in Tank Storage Asia’s conference line up.

The two-day, CPD-certified conference at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, will feature insights from leading players and industry influencers about the latest trends and developments affecting the region’s tank terminal market.


9th July 2018

Global Tank Storage Awards return for 2019


A night not to be missed: 200+ visitors, 80+ nominations and award-winning entertainment. Following another sell-out event in 2018, the Global Tank Storage Awards will return on 26th March 2019 in Rotterdam.

Now in its third year, the Global Tank Storage Awards are designed to highlight those that excel in a range of different categories relating to terminal achievements, equipment innovations, ports and individual success.


4th July 2018

Asia’s future energy needs on the agenda at Tank Storage Asia 2018

South East Asia’s bulk liquid storage market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.22% until 2024 as the region continues to be a key market despite previously turbulent market conditions in the oil and gas industry globally. Singapore in particular has seen record bunker fuel sales of 50.6 million tons in the last year and remains Asia’s top petrochemical hub.

Singapore will host industry leaders at Tank Storage Asia, as the exhibition and conference returns to the Marina Bay Sands on the 26th & 27th September, following last year’s successful event.


28th November 2017

Organiser of the world’s largest tank storage exhibitions, publication & awards ceremony launches the Tank Storage Suppliers Directory.

Easyfairs, the organiser of StocExpo Europe, Tank Storage Asia, StocExpo Middle East Africa, Tank Storage Germany, Tank Storage Magazine and the Global Tank Storage Awards has added a comprehensive Suppliers Directory to its ever-growing portfolio.

The Tank Storage Suppliers Directory will go live at the beginning of 2018 and will be a fully searchable list of every equipment supplier and service provider in the tank storage industry. The directory will be free for all users in the tank terminal industry and will be fully mobile-responsive.


27th November 2017

The tank storage industry launches the largest network of tank terminal professionals: The Global Tank Storage Association

The Global Tank Storage Association (GTSA), designed by the industry, for the industry, will be officially launched at this year’s Tank Storage Germany in Hamburg, Germany, on 29th November 2017.

Created to represent the needs of the terminal industry worldwide, the GTSA provides a platform for members to share and exchange information on its core values, such as the environment, safety and security.


5th October 2017

Tank Storage Asia Closes on a High

Over 1700 attendees from 35 countries (of which 80% were from Singapore) passed through the doors of the Marina Bay Sands. Visitors included CEOs, directors, terminal managers, investors, senior engineers, business development managers and procurement managers from the likes of Shell, Vopak, Odfjell Terminals Asia, Linc Terminal, Exxon Mobil, Jurong Port Tank Terminal, Stolthaven Singapore, and Gulf Petrochem to name just a few.