Bertschi has opened a new intermodal terminal in Tarragona, Spain.
FLEETS Despite challenging economic environments in some European countries, many road tanker operators are expanding their activities, while also expanding the sense of ‘Europe’
As chemical transport markets in Asia continue to speed in development, ever larger numbers of domestic players are throwing their hats into the tank container ring
MANUFACTURING Producers of specialised tank containers are seeing notable demand for cryogenic tanks for offshore drilling applications. This is just one area where the tank container is finding new business
PREVIEW With at least 24 exhibiting companies, the International Tank Container Organisation’s presence at this year’s Transport Logistic China trade show will be one of the group’s largest so far
MARKET Tank container operators with global reach are bracing for what may be a challenging year ahead, so the race is on to expand fleets and tap emerging markets for all they’re worth
Bertschi AG has reported annual revenues of SFr 630m ($675m) for 2011, down slightly on the 2010 figure.
ORGANISATION @tco’s first general meeting in Shanghai attracted a bigger crowd than expected, indicating a thirst for knowledge among Chinese and Asian tank container users
Bertschi NV, the Dutch wing of the Switzerland-based transport operator Bertschi AG, has been granted Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status by the Dutch authorities.
INTERMODAL Economic uncertainty abounds in all dangerous goods transport sectors, but road tanker operators in Europe may find opportunities to the east