Lead by Ronin Chua our Asian HQ is in Port Klang and from Pasir Gudang we service the industries at the southern and eastern end of the Malaysian Peninsula. In addition, SIA have set up agencies in Vietnam (HCM City), Philippines (Manila), Thailand (Hatyai), Indonesia (Belawan/Batam, Surabaya and Jakarta), India (Chennai, Nhava Sheva), Sri Lanka (Colombo), Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore. In China we also cover all the main ports.
Several members from SIA Asia attended the the renowned Palm and Lauric Oils Price Outlook Conference & Exhibition (POC), held annually in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, attracts international participation from more than 50 countries worldwide. This flagship conference is organised by Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad (BMD), which operates the world benchmark Crude Palm Oil Futures contract (FCPO) as well as an Option on the FCPO contract (OCPO).
In November Flexi Bob looked in the window of the SIA Ireland office. Since then we have adopted him and we take turns to come in and feed him at the weekend. Here he is enjoying the Donegal spring sunshine and waiting for his next feed.
In 2017 SIA opened up their Italian office in the picturesque Tuscan town of Cecina.
Our team in Italy are Leonardo Calvaresi and Stephen Derbyshire. Leo and Steve have known Damien for over 25 years and as well as their shared interest in Flexitanks they share a passion for rugby. Leo can be seen in his playing days below.
SIA Italy have established depots in all the major hubs throughout Italy from Milan in the north to Sicily and all points between.
Shipping containers have long been found to have a myriad of uses including Flexitanks. Who knew a shipping container would make a terrific pool.
Old shipping containers can be transformed into backyard swimming pools. We always knew those shipping containers were universal.
The traditional pool is a symbol of excess and waste. This is a little more modern, more modest. This pool can be resold, and you can take it with you if you move.
It’s an interesting concept, for sure, and the design, once installed, looks pretty slick. It’s as if your backyard was always destined to house a shipping container.