Liquid Bulk Tank Terminal operating in the Port of Liepaja (Latvia)
Unquestionable Commitment to Quality and Environmental Management Systems:
ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (certified since 2007);
ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System (certified since 2004);
ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Laboratory (testing - certified since 2013).
Fully independent (privately held) liquid bulk tank terminal founded in 2000.
Part of Liepaja Special Economic Zone (LSEZ status since 2002) in the ice-free port of Liepaja, Latvia.
A fully licensed EU customs warehouse (since 2004).
Status of an excise warehouse for the excise duty product groups.
Operational all year round 24/7. Handling NFG (Non-Food Grade) products coming from: CIS; Baltic States; European Union and other regions.
Berth Length: 89.5 m
Depth: 8 m
Transhipment platform for
42 oil product and 14 chemical product RTCs
Loading/unloading system for 18 trucks
Shore tanks – from 100 m3 to 5,000 m3
Total capacity ~ 85,000 m3
Accredited Laboratory Services
DG Termināls Overview
Transhipment and storage of crude oil, crude oil products and petrochemical products (including all types of heated products);
Product blending (and additive blending) in vessel / in shore tank;
Testing of petroleum products (analysis and sampling);
Water, salt and sediment separation; product drying (water removal);
Product Barrelling; cargo forwarding (also by rail); customs services (clearing of cargoes), bunkering; ship agency services; and other services.
Transhipment and storage of:
Light crude oil products (petrol, diesel, base oils, etc.);
Dark crude oil products (bitumen, heavy fuel oil, etc.);
Chemical products (benzene, coal tar, wash oil, methyl-ethyl-ketone (MEK), etc.);
Bio products (rapeseed oil, molasses, biodiesel, etc.);
We have technological capabilities and environmental licenses to handle many other products. Please contact us to discuss your transhipment needs.
On average 35,000 metric Tons of product turnover per month (historic monthly maximum 58,000 t);
On average 120 vessels are serviced every year (10 vessels per month);
4,500 railway wagons serviced annually.