StocExpo & Tank Storage Events are delighted to announce a strategic partnership with the Federation of European Tank Storage Associations (FETSA), that sees the world’s largest provider of tank storage exhibitions and conferences working with Europe’s leading Association for the oil and gas storage sector. The partnership will see the two entities enriching content and growing FETSA’s yearly Annual General Meeting (AGM), which addresses the needs of the European storage sector. This year’s AGM is to be held in Gothenburg, Sweden in June 2018.
StocExpo is the largest portfolio of tank storage events, which take place across Europe, Asia, The Middle East and Africa, and bring together thousands of tank storage professionals from across the regions to network and conduct business. FETSA represent the European national tank storage associations that operate in the bulk liquid storage sector. Over the coming years, this collaboration will undoubtedly benefit the sector by bringing together communities and delivering world class events.
Marc de Witte, Executive Director, FETSA commented: ‘I’m looking forward to taking this year’s AGM to Gothenburg, bringing our members together and welcoming new attendees. We have a valued relationship with the StocExpo portfolio and it’s great to bring our organisations together as we continue to serve the tank storage community.’
Nick Powell, Divisional Director, StocExpo & Tank Storage portfolio said: ‘I’m delighted to be working in collaboration with FETSA and very much look forward to seeing the events grow over the coming years. This new synergy will also allow attendees to book their place at both FETSA and StocExpo events together and benefit from preferential rates.’
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/29112017/stocexpo-signs-new-partnership-deal-with-federation-of-european-tank-storage-associations/
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