2020 was a great year for SIA Flexitanks, we enjoyed growth in all regions with many success stories to appreciate. Take a look back at our Year in Review below.
This was a year like no other with the Covid-19 virus spreading throughout the globe bringing untold havoc to the world of business. While the COVID-19 situation remains dynamic, we have been vigilant in anticipating and overcoming the obstacles it has presented.
SIA Flexitanks have continued to deliver for our customers, without compromising our employees’ safety. At the onset of the crisis, we took action to enable our employees to work from home. At this time, we have partially reopened some of our offices, but are taking a cautious and measured approach to having employees return.
SIA Flexitanks work with our customers to develop a circular economy to recover, reuse and recycle our flexitanks in utilizing up-cycling by mechanical recycling, chemical recycling and thermal recovery, with bulkheads also being collected and reused.
Flexitanks, also known as ‘Flexibags’, are large flexible containers which transform the conventional shipping container into a safe and efficient bulk liquid transport container. Flexitanks offer a superior alternative to ISO tank containers for shipping juices, oils, food-grade liquids and nonhazardous chemicals around the world. Below, we have listed the most common liquids which can be transported in a Flexitank.
Sean Gallagher with SIA Flexi-tanks founder and managing director Damien McClean
and European Director Greg Comer. Photo: Gerry Mooney
Every day around the world, companies are involved in transporting huge volumes of raw materials to their factories for use in the manufacture of all manner of products. Similarly, once produced, these finished goods must then be transported to distributors, retailers and to end users in every part of the world.
Rotterdam provides SIA with a stable, rewarding and internationally oriented business climate. The second city of the Netherlands is an excellent choice, and is the ideal entry point for the European markets.
The Netherlands: an internationally oriented country
The Netherlands is a very internationally oriented country. People from all over the world live and work here. Rotterdam is home to over 170 nationalities and over 30,000 expats, giving the city a very global and cosmopolitan personality.
SIA’s man in Rotterdam Robert van Campenhout Business Development Manager- Rotterdam.