GPS to develop ethanol rail system for VARO to Port of Amsterdam

November 12, 2020 |

In the Netherlands, GPS will develop a rail handing system as well as dedicated ethanol storage for VARO. The expansion follows GPS-A having commissioned around 134,000 m3 of Class 1 storage for VARO in December 2019 and extends the relationship.
The rail system will unlock important trading opportunities and a more environmentally friendly logistics alternative. The new railway line and ethanol storage tanks are set to connect to 17 Class 1 tanks in the Port of Amsterdam, the world’s largest trading and blending hub for gasoline and its components. The Port of Amsterdam, which GPS has worked closely with in the developments of its plan, is a partner and important supporter of the project, which is a great fit with its own strategic objectives relating to sustainability improvements.

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