IBL was formed in 1947 in Hull to operate a bulk liquids storage facility. IBL Bulk Liquids provides services and facilities for the handling and storage of bulk liquids. Hull is perfectly located for all North European import and export shipping and continental deep-sea transhipment ports and has excellent connections to the UK road and rail networks. The Hull facilities comprise some 120 storage tanks, with individual sizes ranging from 50 to 1, 700 cubic metres and a total capacity of around 34, 500 cubic metres. In order to meet a wide range of product requirements, certain mild steel tanks have internal coatings, and many are fitted with insulation and steam heating coils whilst others are constructed of stainless steel, which enables IBL Bulk Liquids to handle aggressive and sensitive materials. In addition to handling facilities for road tankers and tank containers, each of the sites has berthing for ships and barges, with larger vessels up to 7, 000 tonnes deadweight being accommodated at the Port of Hull site. IBL Bulk Liquids provides various ancillary services such as laboratory facilities, blending and mixing, drumming and canning, steam heating, an enclosed wash bay for the cleaning of food-grade road tankers and tank containers and a public weighbridge. IBL Bulk Liquids also operates a warehouse to provide storage facilities for palletised goods.
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