Appointment of Peter Verrept as new CEO of Engicon nv
Harelbeke (Belgium), 11 March 2016
The Engicon Group is pleased to announce that as of 18 April 2016, Mr. Peter Verrept will be functioning as the CEO of Engicon nv (Geldof). He will be taking over from Mr. Dirk Matthys, CEO since 2013, who will move on to new opportunities outside Europe.
Geldof books important expansion project with LBC Rotterdam
Harelbeke (Belgium), 10 March 2016
In their storage terminal in the port of Rotterdam, LBC Tank Terminals have just kicked off one of their key current investment projects. LBC Tank Terminals are using the services of Belgian engineering and construction company Engicon nv (Geldof) for the realization of all mechanical aspects within this expansion project.
Geldof builds petroleum storage tanks to ensure energy supplies in Poland
Harelbeke (Belgium), 20 May 2015
Belgian company Geldof (Engicon nv) has started the construction of two gigantic petroleum storage tanks in the Polish city of Gdańsk. The final client PERN ‘Przyjaźń’ Group is investing €200m to build Poland’s very first port terminal. The port project will safeguard the supplies of crude oil, liquid fuels and chemicals in the region…
Geldof finalizes new tank farm for ADPO in Port of Antwerp
Harelbeke (Belgium), 19 February 2015
Six months after being awarded the contract, the metal construction company Engicon nv (Geldof) has placed the last storage tank on the left bank of the Scheldt in Antwerp for the new ADPO LLH (Liefkenshoek Logistic Hub) Terminal. The new tank farm has 57 tanks and has given ADPO, a provider of logistics services as well as storage and handling, an additional storage capacity of 37,500 m³. The terminal has now been complete for three months and is operational…
Geldof builds 57 tanks for ADPO in Antwerp
Harelbeke (Belgium), 3rd June 2014
The Antwerp company ADPO, a provider of logistics services as well as storage and handling, has awarded a contract to Engicon nv (Geldof), based in Harelbeke, for the design, construction and placement of 57 storage tanks, 34 of which are to be made in ordinary steel and 23 in stainless steel. The tanks will be used for three tank farms in the new ADPO LLH (Liefkenshoek Logistic Hub) Terminal, which ADPO is building in Antwerp on the left bank of the Scheldt…