VTTI.
The capacity to add value.

Building on firm foundations

VTTI is a fast-growing independent provider of energy storage worldwide.

Founded in 2006, we currently offer 9.1 million m3 of combined storage capacity across 5 continents, which will rise to over 10 million m3 in the near future as new projects come on line.

Having benefitted from strong relationships with our shareholders, VTTI continues to grow as an independent global terminal operator under the leadership of CEO Rob Nijst.

Firm foundations.

The VTTI approach to growth

VTTI’s growth has been rapid, and has followed a two-pronged approach to expansion. We have identified excellent locations and built brand new assets on greenfield sites. And we have acquired existing businesses and aligned them to our own technical and HSE standards.

1995 - 2005
2
Operating in 2 countries
2
Across 2 continents
150,000
150,000 m3 capacity
  • 1995
    • Acquisition of BNK, Kaliningrad, Russia
  • 1996
    • Acquisition of Vitco, Zarate, Argentina
BNK, Kaliningrad, Russia
BNK, Kaliningrad
2006 - 2008
5
Operating in 5 countries
3
Across 3 continents
3.6m
3.6 million m3 capacity
  • 2006
    • VTTI Holding formed
    • Completion of ETT1, Rotterdam, NL
    • Acquisition of ETA, Amsterdam, NL
  • 2007
    • 49% Acquisition of VNT, Ventspils, Latvia
    • 90% Acquisition of VTTI FTL, Fujairah, UAE
2008 - 2010
6
Operating in 6 countries
3
Across 3 continents
5.4m
5.4 million m3 capacity
  • 2009
    • Acquisition of ATPC, Antwerp, Belgium
    • Completion of ETT2 expansion, Rotterdam, NL
    • Completion of Vitco phase 2 expansion, Zarate, Argentina
    • Completion of VTTI FTL expansion, Fujairah, UAE
    • Completion of gasoline expansion at ETA, Amsterdam, NL
2010 - 2012
8
Operating in 8 countries
5
Across 5 continents
5.9m
5.9 million m3 capacity
  • 2010
    • Construction works begin at VTTI Kenya, Mombasa
    • Completion of Seaport Canaveral, Florida, USA
    • Completion of Navgas, Lagos, Nigeria
VTTI Kenya construction
VTTI Kenya
2012 - Present
11
Operating in 11 countries
5
Across 5 continents
9.1m
9.1 million m3 capacity
  • 2012
    • VTTV construction works begin, Vasiliko, Cyprus
    • Completion of ETT3, Rotterdam, NL
    • Completion of ATB, Johor, Malaysia
    • Completion of VTTI Kenya, Mombasa
  • 2013
    • Completion of LPG project at ATPC, Antwerp, Belgium
    • Completion of Vitco phase 3 expansion, Zarate, Argentina
Looking forward...
15
Operating in over 15 countries
6
Across 6 continents
10m
Over 10 million m3 capacity
    • Our pro-active expansion plan will increase our total capacity to over 10 million m3 by 2016
Trestle installation, Vasiliko
VTT Vasiliko
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