Hamburg – March 19th, 2012 – HOYER’s intermediate bulk container (IBC) fleet expanded to a total of 20,000 in March. The Hamburg-based logistics group is continuing to invest in the small container sector. IBCs, whose capacity range between 500 and 1,000 litres, are particularly favoured for transporting and storage of liquid foodstuffs and chemical products.
“Although standardised types make up the bulk of our fleet, it is not unusual for us to develop special IBCs for our clients, optimised for specific uses,” explains Stephanie Muhs, who heads IBC logistics at HOYER.
All of HOYER’s IBCs are made of stainless steel. They have the advantage, for example, over plastic that they are straightforward to clean after use, so can be used repeatedly.
HOYER provides the right container for the client’s needs. IBCs can be supplied with special coatings, with heating or as suitable for carrying dangerous goods. For liquid foodstuffs, special mixing equipment can be installed. In addition to renting IBCs, HOYER can take over complete management of a fleet.
Modern plants with high-capacity throughput for cleaning IBCs are available throughout Germany, as well as across Europe. A security system is in place to ensure that all HOYER’s cleaning and checking services are carried out with the greatest care.
When it comes to intermediate bulk containers, HOYER clients can thus expect an all-round service.
About the HOYER Group:
HOYER is a traditional, independent family enterprise dating back to 1946 and has become one of the world’s leading bulk logistics providers, offering comprehensive expertise in complex services and maintaining characteristically close relations with its customers. In European and worldwide bulk logistics, comprehensive solutions are developed and implemented, especially for the chemical, petroleum, food and gas industries. 5,300 employees in over 80 countries help its customers to become even more successful in their respective markets, with the aid of sophisticated logistics solutions. HOYER operates more than 2,500 trucks, 3,100 trailers, 20,000 IBCs, 26,000 tank containers and numerous logistics sites with depots, washing facilities and workshops.