GPS Amsterdam Terminal

In December 2016, GPS acquired its first asset: GPS Amsterdam B.V. (“GPSA”).

GPSA is a company operating a Class 1 storage and blending facility for gasoline, gasoline components, and bio fuels with c.148,500m3 gross capacity across 11 storage tanks located in the Port of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The terminal can also handle naphtha, gas oil, heating oil, and/or diesel.

GPSA was commissioned in Q4 of 2011 and has three dedicated jetties with a maximum draft of 14 meters. It’s flexible manifold makes it a highly suitable blending terminal.

GPSA is currently expanding the terminal by a further 133,000m3 in 6 new tanks and expect these to be available in Q4 2019.

Technical Overview

  • c.148,500m3 (gross) capacity across 11 tanks
  • 11 Low pressure cone roof, cone bottom tanks connected to vapor balance / VRU system.​
  • Piled construction​
  • Recirculation via jet mixer, automatic gauging and shut down system​
  • Clean petroleum products, bio-ethanol and biodiesel
  • Trucks, barges and small seagoing vessels
Vapour Recovery
  • VRU linked to tanks and loading arms
  • 7 frequency controlled pump installations
  • Flexible manifold
  • 3 berthing facilities: 2 x 15k and 1 x 55k DWT
Ethanol Injection
  • Blend injection module: max. 150m3/h blending facility


GPS Amsterdam Terminal 1