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Safety should follow the science

One of the trending statements of 2020, irrespective of where you are reading this is, “we are following the science”. This can give rise to a nodding of sage heads or snorts of derision, from whichever side of the scientific or political spectrum you care to be. ALEC KEELER, Managing Director, Carbis Loadtec Group So […]

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The Future is Now

Carbis Loadtec's MD Alec keeler looks at the future of loading arms - automated loading arms - in the Spring edition of Storage Terminals Magazine

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Carbis Loadtec in the news

Carbis Loadtec is grabbing headlines. Carbis Loadtec Group is the exclusive technical supplier for fall prevention systems and high-quality fluid transfer. We also specialise in bulk fluid transfer and operator safety during in-plant, road, rail and IBC filling operations.

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Woodfield Systems LTD Buy Loadtec Marine Arm Division

Loadtec Engineered Systems are delighted to announce the sale of their Marine Arm division to Woodfield Systems Ltd.  Based in Whitstable, UK, Woodfield Systems have been manufacturing marine arms since the 1950’s.

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Challenging loading arm convention with innovation

The evolution of the tanker loading process has been ‘glacial’. This is not due to any single reason, although money is often cited as one of the primary factors. But, is that still a justifiable reason to reject change?

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Making operator safety a top priority

This article has been reproduced from Tank Storage Magazine February/March 2018 issue. When it comes to safety, terminals, refineries and chemical plants globally are always keen to highlight how much of a priority it is in their day-to-day operations. ‘I cannot recall the amount of times I have seen ‘safety is our #1 priority’ as I […]

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Safe Truck Loading Operations In Emerging Markets

In emerging markets, we regularly see major chemical cargo owners and traders avoiding truck deliveries due to the difficulty to manage associated risks and the potential consequences of transport accidents.