Global terminal and bitumen – MIR

Global terminal and bitumen
Global Terminal Services – GtS, whose service portfolio includes giants in the international oil industry and leading players in the oil trading space, remains committed to advancing its current goals in line with its strong capital and high growth potential.
A safe and secure bitumen storage facility was put into operation, strategically located at the Global Terminal Dörtyol Port, with access to international trade flows. Cem Osman Sokullu Regarding the project: “We are excited to launch this bitumen project, which confirms Global Terminal’s philosophy of providing high performance infrastructure to its customers. The new tanks are being built to the terminal’s high safety standards and we have successfully completed the upgrade and conversion of our old tanks to bitumen tanks,” the company emphasized.Global Terminal CEO Cem Osman Sokullu “We believe that efficient storage in the bitumen storage and transportation industry is the most important part of bitumen storage operations from both an environmental and commercial standpoint. Our 5 heated tanks, which can handle 3 different grades of bitumen at the same time, allow customers to mix grades of bitumen according to their desired value, for a total of 41,100 m3 of bitumen. Parallel operations in bitumen storages provide significant efficiency. For this reason, with our platforms, which simultaneously perform 4 truck loading and 8 unloading operations, we ensure the trade of the product stored on our platform, which is suitable for loading 45,000 dwt bitumen ships without heat loss. We are the most environmentally friendly bitumen storage in the Mediterranean region with an environmentally friendly fuel that we prefer to use in heating operations and in the latest technology heating systems.About global terminal:The terminal currently operates 44 tanks with a total storage capacity of 710,000 m3. The actual capacity is divided into 680,000 m3 for storage of petroleum products and 30,000 m3 for storage of bitumen. The total bitumen storage capacity of 3,700 m3 will be completed in February 2023 and the total bitumen storage capacity will reach 41,100 m3. The state-of-the-art infrastructure includes a large berth and storage facilities to store a wide range of bulk liquid products. The sea pier with a length of 2,500 meters can simultaneously serve two sea vessels with a deadweight of up to 165,000 tons.

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