The CLH Group receives the efficiency award at the Fourth Edition of the Global Tank Storage Awards

  • The prize recognises the efforts made by the company to reinforce the efficiency and dynamism of its logistics operations

The CLH Group has received the Terminal Efficiency award at the Fourth Edition of the Global Tank Storage Awards, held recently in Rotterdam, in recognition of its various initiatives in recent years to reinforce the efficiency and dynamism of its logistics operations.

With this award, the panel of experts has recognised the gradual centralisation of company operations in a unique Facility Monitoring Centre to optimise and strengthen the safety of its operations, the launch of a new, more efficient and precise asset management strategy, which enables tailor-made maintenance adapted to the characteristics of each piece of equipment, and the modernisation of the SCADA system, the powerful computer tool used by CLH to monitor data on its transportation network.

The company is also working on other initiatives to implement a new digital delivery note service that allows management of documentation related to loading processes in a more efficient and sustainable manner; as well as the incorporation of new digital devices at its plants, including a specific app to manage maintenance in a more agile and modern manner; or the launch of the ONE programme, which aims at the renewal of the CLH Group computer systems and the simplification of its main corporate processes.

These awards were created four years ago by Tank Storage magazine, the leading international industry publication dedicated to the bulk liquid storage and terminal sector, to recognise individual and team achievements in sustainability, excellence, safety or technological innovation.

In this edition, more than 80 international companies were shortlisted, such as Sprague Operating Resources, Toptech Systems or Fujairah Oil Terminal, which also received awards in other categories.

The CLH Group

The CLH Group is the leading company engaged in the transport and storage of oil products in the Spanish market and the second largest logistics operator in Europe in terms of the extension of its pipeline network and storage capacity.

In Spain, it has a pipeline network of over 4,000 kilometres in length and 39 terminals with capacity for 8 million cubic metres, as well as being present at the main Spanish airports. At the international level, the company is developing an ambitious expansion plan and conducts its business in the UK, Oman, Ireland, Panama and Ecuador.