RSA-TALKE creates a comprehensive chemical bulk liquid supply chain destination in JAFZA

RSA-TALKE, a joint venture of Dubai-based third party logistics provider RSA Global, and Germany-based TALKE Group, announced the expansion of its portfolio of services for customers across the GCC with the completion and opening of its new dangerous goods warehouse.

RSA-TALKE’s chemical warehouse will accommodate 13,000 pallet positions, adding to the hub’s current capacity of 1800TEU tank containers, both approved to store dangerous goods of nearly all classes.
RSA-TALKE’s chemical warehouse will accommodate 13,000 pallet positions, adding to the hub’s current capacity of 1800TEU tank containers, both approved to store dangerous goods of nearly all classes.

The latest facility is part of RSA-TALKE's plan to systematically expand its tank container terminal in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, thus creating the only integrated chemical logistics hub of its kind in the region, approved for storage, handling, cleaning and filling of nearly all dangerous goods classes. This is in line with the company’s core purpose – to raise, set and maintain standards that delight its customers.

By providing storage, tank cleaning, maintenance and repair and specialist workshop services all at the same physical location, this milestone expansion creates a comprehensive chemical bulk liquid supply chain destination for the United Arab Emirates, and the region.

"Our chemical and petrochemical customers quite rightly attach great importance to their supply chain being flexible, reliable and appropriately equipped while meeting the highest standards of safety,” explains Markus Koepsel, general manager at RSA-TALKE.

“By fully integrating storage logistics, filling, cleaning, maintenance and testing services at one location, we are able to reduce downtime to a minimum, and as a result, enable our customers to realise demonstrable competitive advantages with the help of an integrated supply chain solution.”

“We are proud to announce that with our new facility, and with the steady expansion of our logistics and technical services, we retain our position in the region as a leader in providing highly specialised storage and distribution solutions,” commented Abhishek Ajay Shah, co-founder and group CEO of RSA Global, and board member of RSA-TALKE.

The new chemical facility will provide further convenience to our existing customer base across the GCC, as well as an integrated solution for new players in the market.

“RSA-TALKE’s commitment to innovation and to diversifying our services solidifies our position in the regional logistics and warehousing market. We are pleased to offer this, an expanded chemical hub for distribution, warehousing and in the future for refilling, with world-class safety, expert knowledge, and professional standards,” stated Richard Heath, chairman of RSA-TALKE and TALKE president and CEO USA.

With the completion of the warehouse, installation work will begin on a filling station for transferring chemicals of various hazard classes into drums and IBCs. RSA-TALKE already operates a tank cleaning station at its container terminal in Dubai. In addition, the attached workshop is equipped to handle complex repair jobs.

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