Loadtec MD Alec Keeler presenting to guests in Eden Hall, Singapore

Alec Keeler Announced as Chair for Tank World Expo 2016 Conference

Managing Director of Loadtec Engineered Systems, Alec Keeler, has just been announced as the Chair for the afternoon sessions of the two-day conference programme happening within the Tank World Expo 2016 happening in Dubai on 12-13 April.

The conference programme will feature 18 leading industry figures from organisations such as The UAE Ministry of Energy, Oiltanking Odfjell Terminals Oman, Dubai Mercantile Exchange, Burgan Cape Terminals and CITAC Africa – who will provide a comprehensive overview of market conditions and future growth.

“I am excited to be joining this fantastic panel of speakers for two very exciting sessions of talks: from Turkey to Kurdistan; safety and investment issues to the latest in the design and development of storage facilities; the wealth of knowledge that will be shared on these two days will be immense and I am looking forward to assisting the discussions that follow,” said Mr Keeler about this newly appointed role.

The 2016 conference programme will reflect the changing market place, with an increased focus on the UAE and Greater GCC region which is currently developing the world’s largest terminal. Another key focus will be the growth of Fujairah which is one of the top three storage hubs in the world, outranked only by Rotterdam and Singapore.

Tank World Expo brings the bulk liquid storage industry together, allowing leading manufacturers & suppliers to showcase their expert products and services to a captive audience of buyers. Loadtec Engineered Systems Ltd will be exhibiting in Tank World Expo for the first time on stand C27. Come and meet the Loadtec team who will be on hand to answer any queries with regards to bulk fluid transfer and fall prevention systems.

The exhibition is free for visitors to attend and the conference is only open to delegates who have booked and paid to attend.

Find out more about Tank World Expo and register free to visit