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Implico Promises Innovative Downstream Solutions in Singapore

Implico Promises Innovative Downstream Solutions in Singapore
The Implico Group has said it will be at the Tank Storage Asia exhibition in Singapore (September 27-28, 2016). After having a stand at the leading tank terminal fairs for Europe (StocExpo) and the Middle East and Africa (Tank World Expo), the international software company will also be represented at the sector's most important trade show in Asia. Implico and its hardware partner Timm Elektronik will be showing the latest solutions for the downstream industry at stand C12.

Industry experts are forecasting considerable growth in the Asian tank terminal market in the coming years. “There is a direct correlation here: terminal construction is more widespread in regions with strong population growth," said Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico. “At the end of the day, the product has to be stored where it is used.” This is also generating increased demand for equipment, software and process solutions for new and existing tank farms.

Implico's supply chain experts at Tank Storage Asia will show how companies can operate their tank terminals as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. The international consulting company will present its OpenTAS terminal automation system there, among other things. "In many tank terminals or refineries in Asia, we still see process steps being performed manually that we could easily automate. This would greatly speed up processes and dramatically reduce error rates," Michael Martens explained.

"The iGOS cloud solution will probably also be interesting for many tank terminal operators,"
Implico's Managing Partner continued. iGOS (Implico Global Operation Services) is the name used by Implico to bundle a variety of services for data communications and business process networking for the oil and gas downstream industry. More and more companies are migrating all of their logistics, maintenance and business processes to the cloud along with the interface to their collaborating partners. They source the functionality they need from cloud services that they book and cancel flexibly and cost effectively – without operating on-premises systems with in-house teams.