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Innovations to be launched at StocExpo 2016

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At StocExpo 2016, international buyers and leading decision makers will be able to see the most original and innovative solutions within the bulk liquid sector. The world’s leading international event for the tank terminal industry takes place on 15 - 17 March 2016 at the Antwerp Expo.

150 leading organisations are signed up to exhibit at the 2016 show, including Scully Systems, CTS Netherlands BV, Mercon Steel Structures BV, J. de Jonge Flowsystems BV, Emco Wheaton and Endress + Hauser, and 60% are using the show to launch new products and services to the tank storage market.For instance ENDEGS will be using StocExpo 2016 to launch its new range of Mobile Vapor Combustors, which offer the latest VOC and odor traceable destruction technology.

Scully Systems NV will also be using the show to launch its Intellitrol2 Overfill Prevention, Static Ground Proving and Vehicle Identification Control System. The Intellitrol2 includes new status indicators and diagnostic features, plus it is IEC/EN 13922 compliant, ATEX approved for Zone 0, Group 1 Hazardous Locations and features SIL2 certification.

Netherlocks Safety Systems BV is introducing its new Valve Position Indicator. This is the most reliable position indicator for any type of multi-turn or gearbox operated valve. It assures full real time knowledge about individual valve positions, plus it helps avoid or discover any misalignment, strongly reducing the risk of high costs due to product spill.

Silverwing will be presenting an array of products, including its V750 Vacuum box and UT Lite system. Also on show will be its Floormap3DiM, an MFL tank floor inspection system, which has a unique method of discriminating between TOP and BOTTOM surface originating corrosion. Its RMS2, a high speed remote access ultrasonic corrosion mapping system designed to inspect critical pipework, down to a minimum of 6 in. up to flat plate, will also be on display.

Loading arms, tanker access and fall prevention systems experts, Loadtec, will present its recent move into the marine loading arm business. On display will be its new range of equipment, which is manufactured by an experienced third party. It guarantees the safest and most efficient marine loadings arms for terminal or depot needs.

Returning exhibitor, Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico Group explains the reason behind exhibiting at StocExpo 2016: “As a leading service provider for the oil and gas downstream industry, StocExpo 2016 is definitely the place to be for us. For the past ten years we’ve been meeting our friends from the downstream industry there – it always feels like home.”

Nick Powell, Event Manager of the Easyfairs’ Tank Storage Portfolio comments: “We are thrilled to welcome so many international suppliers to the show this year. With so many companies on board, and so much innovation on display, we can feel the momentum really starting to build. I can’t wait for the doors to open and reaffirm our position as the premier event of its kind.”

The StocExpo 2016 exhibition runs alongside a three day conference programme, which features over 30 global authorities from the bulk liquid storage sector. Experts from companies such as Vopak, the Port of Antwerp, Botlek Tank Terminal, VOTOB, Gulf Petrochem and the Port of Tarragona will not only focus on the region’s critical issues, such as storage developments, but also tackle the themes driving the global market.

Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling

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