Tankcontainer Magazine

Volume 5 Issue 3

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The Tankcontainer Magazine has been developed by Duvel Media over the months with the aim of supplying the market with well researched and written editorial features and analysis. Being a quarterly there will be little news as our main focus will be on in-depth stories and one on one interviews.

Leslie McCune, a well known and respected industry specialist, has joined the team to lead the editorial thrust of the title. It will be Leslie, with his vast experience, who will develop the content of the magazine as well as writing some of the key regular features such as our front cover one-on-one interview with a senior industry personality.

Leslie will be supported with a retinue of journalists from around the world who will all have deep local knowledge of their respective geographical region. We will have regular reports of specific regions such as the Europe, Middle-East, Asia and the USA. Additionally we’ll be interviewing some of the major shippers around the world to get an insight into their transport/logistic needs.

Through the course of the year, with feedback from our readers, we will develop and tweak the editorial content.

A tank of best, please

The world’s favourite alcoholic drink was for many centuries transported in wooden barrels. Today, stainless steel helps slake the thirst of global beer drinkers, writes JamesGraham

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October 9, 2014 1:16 pm

Suttons graduates with a first

A 1920s picture of Alf Sutton, the founder, with one of his fleet of horse-drawn wagons is hung at the entrance of the Suttons Group boardroom at the specialist logistics company’s UK headquarters i [...]
June 12, 2014 3:14 pm

Rising from the ashes

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Europe has gained a new tank container manufacturing name, Multitank SL, which only recently commenced its first production at an established factory site in Zaragoza (Spain). This company was to emer [...]
June 4, 2014 11:12 am

When wine bottles out

Until the late 19th century, the only way to move wine to distant buyers was in barrels.
Until the late 19th century, the only way to move wine to distant buyers was in barrels. James Graham raises a glass to the tank container – the 21st century version of the historic keg. [...]
February 26, 2014 6:44 pm

A chemical reaction

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Despite a relentless cost squeeze in the supply chain, ISO tank containers are holding their own, writes Jaap Huigen. [...]
February 26, 2014 6:43 pm