Terminals Pty Ltd is an independent operator of bulk liquid and gas storage facilities with plants located at major ports throughout Australia. The first facility comprising tanks was established at Melbourne in1961. The business has since grown and handles over a million tonnes of bulk liquids each year. Terminals have facilities at Coode Island (Melbourne), Port botany (Sydney), Corio (Geelong) and Osborne (Adelaide).
Terminals Pty Ltd provide a service to a number of industries associated with the chemical, fuels, petroleum, pharmaceutical, mining and fats & oils industries. The range of services provided include the transfer of liquid products to and from bulk ships by pipeline, storage in bulk quantities, loading and discharge of road tankers trucks, filing and labeling 200 litre drums and on some occasions, blending products to clients' requirements and transferring product to and from ISO tank containers.
Bulk Storage Terminals (BST) is committed to providing a service that will consistently meet or exceed your expectations. Our customers include some of the largest importers and exporters of bulk liquids in Australasia.
The combined knowledge and expertise of our operations and managerial staff ensure that we are capable of meeting the most challenging of storage and handling requirements.
Planning, preparation, logistics,transport and shipping liaison are all things BST can assist you with. Our company provides bulk liquid storage for Vegetable Oils, Tallow, Class 8 Corrosives and Class 3 Flammables.
Services include a large number of stainless steel tanks, Ship to shore via stainless steel pipe lines, Drumming for export and local,Container "Bag -in Box" handling,Truck loading-unloading facility,ISO filling/unloading. Our Terminals are in Auckland, Wellington, Mt Maunganui and New Plymouth.
Our customers are highly valued and BST are continually generating new ways of ensuring their satisfaction. Some customers have been relying on BST for 40 years! In order to efficiently store and dispatch the customer's product, BST have very robust back up information systems. These systems are dynamic and learning's are quickly captured into our procedures manuals. This is the expertise that BST provides. How much certainty can you handle?
Bulk Storage is owned by ANZ terminals and has a sister company in Australia - TERMINALS PTY LIMITED
Commissioning of the two new Class 3 storage tanks is all but
complete at BST’s Mt Maunganui Terminal. The tanks add a total
of 2,220 m3 of storage to the Class 3 capacity at the site and will
both be full, in early March.
Supporting these tanks is a purpose built Class 3 road tankerloading area. The loading area allows for all weather “bottomloading” with “Scully over–fill” protection, compatible with fuel companies modern fleet of road tankers. The commissioning of the tanks is the culmination of 9 months of
project work. URS were the project managers of this
construction. Both tanks were built in sections off-site by Page &
Macrae Engineering. As they were completed they were
transported to the terminal and swung into position by crane.
This allowed for a quick construction time unhampered by
weather. Mt Engineering coupled all of the pipework together to
get the tanks complete - on time - for their first consignments.
Class 8 Storage Tanks
The Class 8 storage tank project has run in parallel to the Class
III tank project in the Mt Maunganui Terminal. It has meant for
a busy time on this site.
In order that all safety, health and environmental areas have
been covered an extra staff member has been employed to look
after work permitting on the site. This allows for the operational
staff to focus on keeping the terminal running, with the clear
knowledge that there is no compromise on the integrity of the
The Class 8 project has increased this storage area’s capacity by
2,000 m3. It will be used for the storage of Class 8 – Alkali’s.
These tanks will be commissioned in June for use in the 2009-10
A bonus for the site over the two projects has been an upgrade of the terminals fire system.
The fire system boasts a 200 kW booster pump and twin feeds from the two fire mains on the street. Three fire monitors – effectively high powered water/foam cannons – have
also been strategically placed around the site. According to the local fire brigade this system is one of the best in the port of Tauranga.