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Delta Mariner first to use deepened Nieuwe Waterweg

On April 20th, 2019, the first 15-metre-draught vessel arrived at Koole Tankstorage Botlek and herewith opened the deepened Nieuwe Waterweg. We are extremely proud of this joint achievement together with the Dutch government and Port of Rotterdam to improve the Port accessibility and herewith...

Koole Terminals acquires Odfjell Terminals Rotterdam

We are pleased to announce that on September 20th 2018, Koole Terminals has become 100% owner of Odfjell Terminals Rotterdam. The terminal will be rebranded to Koole Tankstorage Botlek (KTB). Located in the heart of the Port of Rotterdam, KTB stores both chemical and mineral oil...

Koole Terminals announces new Chief Operating Officer

Koole Terminals is pleased to announce that Juriaan Steenland has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Koole Terminals. Juriaan will assume his responsibilities as of October 1 and will take a position in the Board of the Koole Terminals Group. With...

Storage and rail expansion at KTM

Koole is proud to inform that we will further expand our biodiesel storage portfolio and block train rail facility at Koole Tankstorage Minerals. This new development will enable customers to centralize their biodiesel and diesel storage portfolio at one site with  “high end” logistics. This expansion...

Koole block train facility

Last year Koole commenced the new block train facility with a total yearly capacity of approx. 1,5 to 2,0 mln cbm of throughput . The facility is equipped to handle Fuel Oil, VGO, diesel and biodiesel. The facility is designed to operated more products if...

Koole Pernis largest stainless steel storage provider in ARA

Recently  Koole Pernis commissioned 33 additional multi-modality (Truck, train, barge vessel) stainless steel tanks with a total capacity approx. 52,000 cbm. This tanks pit is equipped to serve a variety of markets, including high density products (>1).  ...

Arival Suezmax vessel at Quay 8

Early  2018  Koole welcomed the first Suezmax vessel, the ‘Sea Sell’. With a length of 274,3 mtr at Koole Minerals. A new record!  ...

Quay at KTM terminal extended

Koole Terminals has succesfully extended the quay at their KTM terminal in the port of Rotterdam. The terminal is now able to handle Suez max size sea going vessels at the terminal....

Combating paraffin wax residues at sea and on the beach

New agreements need to ensure that ships originating from Dutch ports no longer discharge tank washings containing paraffin such as candle wax into the sea. Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen (Infrastructure and Water Management) wants ships transporting such substances to the Rotterdam and Moerdijk ports to...