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Norbert Dentressangle Tankers invests in new drumming service

Norbert Dentressangle Tankers has extended its range of added value services by investing in drumming equipment to operate from its Wilton International facility, near Redcar.

The addition of the specialist equipment enables a highly efficient discharge from bulk tankers and the drumming of a wide range of hazardous and non-hazardous liquids in a clean environment. Product is typically decanted into 205-litre drums under fume extraction conditions that conform to the highest standards of health and safety, and process control.

Norbert Dentressangle has been providing drumming solutions for leading chemical and petrochemicals companies for over 15-years. An extensive tanker fleet allows product to be collected from manufacturing sites throughout the UK and delivered directly into the Wilton facility, where it can be discharged into drums and IBCs (intermediate bulk containers), then prepared for onward delivery.

With a robust UK network, Norbert Dentressangle Tankers offer a comprehensive end-to-end service, from inbound transport and onsite warehousing through to despatch, via a fully ADR compliant transport fleet, and adjacent Teesport facilities.

The company supports a range of customers with comprehensive hazardous goods warehousing and transport operations. Allied to the latest technology and a world-class safety record, it can safely handle any type of product.

This is backed by an extensive contract packing operation, managing products in the chemicals and industrial sectors; ensuring a tailored solution can be designed to meet specific customer requirements using innovative packaging and consumables.

With highly trained drivers and warehouse operatives, the Wilton site is accredited to ISO 9001: 2008 and the latest Safety & Quality Assessment System (SQAS) standards. The facility has 24/7 manned security and CCTV cameras.

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