Hamburg – 9 June 2015 – The Hamburg-based logistics specialist HOYER is offering a new pressure tank version for the transportation of hazardous goods. By adding these containers of the type UN T 22 to its repertoire, HOYER is augmenting its own intermediate-bulk-container fleet with a variant that makes high operating pressure levels of up to 6.67 bar possible and thereby corresponds to the maximum safety requirements.
Thanks to their holding capacity of 1,100 litres, the containers are ideal for the storage and transportation of smaller product volumes under conditions of overpressure. “With these new mini tanks, we have again succeeded in expanding our utilisation spectrum”, says Uwe Bartels, European Sales Manager IBC Logistics at HOYER. “They will further enhance our worldwide commitment in the transportation of hazardous goods, for example toxic substances of the class 6.1.”
The pressure tanks can be equipped individually in line with customers’ requirements. They can, for example, be fitted with GPS or RFID for transport tracking purposes. In addition to this, HOYER is offering the whole range of services – such as rental, transport, maintenance, cleaning and fleet management – for the new tank family as well.
About the HOYER Group:
HOYER is an independent family enterprise dating back to 1946 which has become one of the world’s leading bulk logistics providers, offering comprehensive transport services and complex logistics solutions to the chemical, food, gas and petroleum industries. More than 5,100 employees in over 80 countries across the globe help its customers to become even more successful in their respective markets, with the aid of bespoke and sophisticated logistics solutions. HOYER operates 34,000 tank containers, 2,500 trucks, 3,000 road tankers, 24,000 IBCs, and numerous logistics facilities, transport depots, tank cleaning stations and specialist tank workshops.
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