Harlequin tanked up and ready for success at FPS2007!
7th March 2007
Leading storage tank manufacturer Harlequin, is set for success at the forthcoming Federation of Petroleum Suppliers’ Conference & Exhibition in Telford, Shropshire.
As well as sponsoring what is now firmly established as one of the biggest events for the downstream oil industry in Western Europe, the annual Exhibition has become a focal point, for Harlequin to launch new additions to the company’s fast growing of storage tanks.
Taking pride of place this year on the Harlequin stand, will be the company’s recently launched and highly successful range of stone effect, Polyrock Bunded Oil Tanks. Available in a choice of Sandstone and Granite effect colourways, the new Polyrock range has already caused something of a sensation amongst oil heating technicians, fuel distributors, storage tank resellers and storage tank installers.
Harlequin’s Sales & Marketing Manager John Switzer, also hopes to preview yet another new and important addition to Harlequin’s range of environmentally preferred Bunded Oil Tanks. Whilst John is not prepared to spoil the surprise ahead of FPS2007, he is quietly confident, that the new product will be ready in time to be previewed at Telford.
“We’re pulling out all the stops to preview a surprise, new addition to the Harlequin range at Telford.”, says John. “Working closely with tooling suppliers, we’ll be doing our utmost to ensure it is ready for FPS2007. The product should be available from Harlequin Resellers following OFTEC Testing and OFCERT Licensing, in a few months time.”
Also on show at Telford will be the company’s new range of Blue Station Adblue storage and dispensing tanks. The new tanks which will be available in a choice of capacities from 1,400 litres to 10,000 litres, are the result of a two year intensive product development programme in partnership with equipment manufacturers, polymer suppliers and laboratories across the European Union.
“Adblue is a specialist product, which requires specialist storage. The Blue Station range acknowledges this. From the outset, it has been engineered to ensure that the Adblue dispensed from it, is as pure as the Adblue that leaves chemical manufacturers’ refineries, thus ensuring compliance with internationally recognised DIN and CEFIC requirements.”
“We’ve also taken the opportunity to incorporate high performance heating, cooling and ventilation options to the Blue Station range. These ensure that the stored Adblue solution will continually remain within a predetermined temperature range, even is some of Europe’s most demanding climatic environments.”
Held this year at Telford International Centre, the FPS Exhibition provides the perfect opportunity to see first hand the latest products and innovations from the UK’s downstream oil industry, whilst the conference provides a platform for confronting issues and legislation affecting the industry.
The two day exhibition begins on Wednesday 18 April and best of all, registration and attendance is free! To reserve your place, register online by clicking here.
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Article Last Updated 7th March 2007