Following a GBP 20 million investment in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities at its South Yorkshire facility, Balmoral Tanks has introduced a new range of glass fused to steel (GFS) liquid storage tanks.
Part of Aberdeen-based Balmoral Group, Balmoral Tanks manufactures a broad portfolio of storage tanks for the water, wastewater, anaerobic digestion and processing markets.
Providing a new level of excellence in glass enamel coating technology, Allan Joyce, MD at Balmoral Tanks, says, “The latest addition to our market-leading range of liquid storage solutions enhances our capability to provide clients with the right product for every project.”
Having been in the tank manufacturing business for 40 years, Balmoral has built a trusted reputation for providing not only the highest quality of product but also unrivalled levels of customer service on a global basis.
Joyce continues, “International markets require technology which allows their economy to thrive while being mindful of the impact on the environment. Against this background, we have established ourselves as a global player in the design, manufacture and installation of bulk liquid storage tanks to support the anaerobic digestion green energy revolution.”
Successfully delivering to the WWT sector in the UK for many years Balmoral now exports to a significant number of markets that have established a renewable energy sector as part of their future infrastructure plans.
Demand for the company’s products is driven by environmental legislation put in place at national, regional and local levels around the world. There is barely a country that will not be impacted by energy transition requirements and pressure is on governments to improve their climate policies.
“Bulk liquid storage tanks used in the AD sector require well designed and engineered products. Exporting products around the world demands quality and performance levels of a standard that is built around a zero defects philosophy. Achieving such performance levels takes investment, foresight and a willingness to believe in what your market research is telling you,” concludes Joyce.