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[post_date] => 2018-08-09 12:48:07
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[post_content] => UAE-based Tristar has acquired Shell’s chemical terminal in the Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA) in Dubai, local press report. The terminal, situated on a 21,000-m2 plot, has nine storage tanks with a total capacity of 5,505 m3, a jetty with three pipeline connections, a truck loading gantry and drumming facilities.
"This facility will complement our existing dangerous goods facility in JAFZA South zone, which currently houses a wide range of packed chemicals and petroleum products,” Eugene Mayne, group CEO for Tristar, is reported as saying.
Under the terms of the deal, Tristar will undertake a capacity expansion and modernisation programme over the next five years, extending the terminal’s capacity to 25,000 m3. Shell will remain a customer under the terms of a services agreement signed between the two companies.
[post_title] => Tristar bags Dubai facility from Shell
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Tristar bags Dubai facility from Shell
// By Sam Hearne on 9 Aug 2018
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