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Tank Storage Association announces new President

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The Tank Storage Association (TSA) Chairman, Martyn Lyons, has announced that he will step down at the end of 2016.

Andrew Amos, Projects Director for UM Group, will take over as TSA's President at that time. Paul Denmead, Director Terminal Operations UK for World Fuel Services will assume the role of Vice President.

Martyn Lyons commented: "After a very enjoyable 11 years as TSA Chairman, it is time for me to hand over the reins to our new President, Andrew Amos. The past 11 years has seen considerable growth in the membership of TSA with more than 20 full member companies now actively participating in our Association’s activities. With more new Full and Associate/Supplier members also joining and realising the considerable benefits that TSA offers, our association can be proud of its abilities to be the ‘go-to’ organisation. TSA has long held a reputation to punch above its weight and this was cemented by the considerable efforts and successes of our previous executive director, Hugh Bray. Hugh retired and handed over to Peter Davidson earlier in 2016, handing Peter a fine platform to build upon. And that I am sure he will, along with the new President and Vice President, 2017 looks set to be a year of growth and change for TSA. I intend to remain on the TSA Executive Council and continue to actively participate and to reap the many benefits of TSA membership”.

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