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.282,500m³ gross capacity across 17 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 for app. 148,500m3 in Q4 of 2011 and app. 134,000m3 in Q4 2019 and has three dedicated jetties with a maximum draft of 14 meters. It’s flexible manifold makes it a highly suitable blending terminal.


Technical Overview

  • c.282,500m³ (gross) capacity across 17 tanks
  • 17 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

Construction Expansion 2019