Stolthaven’s global network of terminals provides high quality storage and distribution services to customers worldwide. We operate a network of 16 owned and joint-venture bulk-liquid terminals with a total of 4.9 million M³ of storage capacity.
Our mission is to deliver value to our stakeholders through operating state-of-the-art liquid bulk terminals complementing the capabilities of Stolt Tankers and Stolt Tank Containers. Through these close relationships, we aim to provide customers with integrated transportation solutions that facilitate agile and competitive supply chains. All within an environment of assured quality, safety and environmental protection.
Our terminals are located in global shipping hubs such as US Gulf, ARA, Singapore and Ulsan. The network is complemented by terminals in Brazil, Australasia, United Kingdom and Malaysia to service the needs of the local markets.
Houston (USA) - In the heart of the US Gulf area servicing the petrochemicals, petroleum and bulk liquid market with best in class ship-shore infrastructure supported by onsite rail and truck facilities.
New Orleans (USA) - Strategically located on the Mississipi river servicing chemical, petroleum and edible oil markets with competitive rail services.
Santos (Brazil) – The country’s largest port, providing storage and logistical services for chemicals, ethanol, petroleum and edible oils.
Australia & New Zealand – 6 terminals being an essential part of the local economies, servicing the needs of our fuel, chemical and bulk liquid customers.
Singapore – A fully automated terminal storing LPG, Chemicals & Petroleum Products.
Ulsan (South Korea) – The largest terminal in our network, an efficient hub for North Asia and the domestic Korean market.
Westport (Malaysia) – A terminal offering expertise in chemicals, bitumen, petroleum, vegetable oils & oleochemicals, including drumming and associated services.
Lingang (China) – Strategically located in Northern China supporting the main cities of Tianjin, Beijing and the surrounding chemical clusters.
Antwerp (Belgium) –A major hub in the ARA region with capabilities of storing all products (incl. LPG), industrial pipeline connections and significant jetty capacity.
Dagenham (UK) - Only terminal capable of handling chemicals on the Thames River and closest to London City.
Moerdijk (Netherlands) – A niche specialty product terminal with nearly all tanks in stainless steel and a range of additional services related to drum filing and ISO container handling.