GPS expands terminal with rail track and three storage tanks for ethanol
Global Petro Storage Company (GPS) will construct a rail connection next to its current terminal in the port of Amsterdam. Three new tanks for the storage of ethanol will be added to its site as well. Combined, the volume of these tanks will total 15,000 m3.
GPS is one of the first oil terminals to expand its activities with non-fossil storage. This fits nicely with our ambition to make as much capacity as possible available for alternative fuels.
With the new rail track, GPS contributes to an optimal rail connection to and from the port of Amsterdam. The GPS terminal will be the 15th terminal in the port connected to the rail network.
You can read more about the expansion of the terminal in the port of Amsterdam in the press release of GPS.