Vanaf 1 februari 2021 zal het voor de binnenvaart mogelijk zijn zich aan te melden bij ITC Rubis via UAB Online.
Door gebruik te maken van deze applicatie zet ITC Rubis een nieuwe stap in het bestrijden van de Covid-19 pandemie en digitalisering in het algemeen.
Aanmelden als schipper kan via: https://www.uab-online.eu
As from the 1st of February 2021, it will be possible for inland shipping to register at ITC Rubis via UAB Online.
By using this application, ITC Rubis is taking a new step in the fight against Covid-19 and towards digitisation.
Shippers can register via: https://www.uab-online.eu
A warm welcome from our CEO, Pascal De Maeijer
ITC Rubis stores and handles flammable and toxic chemical liquids and liquified gases, which is not without risk for people and the environment. That is why ITC Rubis is extremely focused on SAFETY.
Our core value is: always safety driven. Our two “permission to play” values are: respect and honesty.
What we really mean by this statement is that all the decisions we have to take to run our daily business will be evaluated against our main core value, i.e. SAFETY. When we cannot do it safely, we will not do it. And only respectful and honest people can work for and with ITC Rubis.
Our vision is in line with these values: creating sustainable value for all stakeholders with focus on zero accidents, incidents & emissions, well-being, customer satisfaction.
The well-being of all our Stakeholders, Customers, Employees, Shareholders, Suppliers, Contractors and the Community is the top priority for us.
Pascal De Maeijer, CEO
ITC Rubis Terminal Antwerp NV was established in 2008 as a joint venture between RUBIS, an independent international operator specializing in the downstream petroleum and chemical sector, and MITSUI, a global 360 degree business solution provider. Shareholdings are through Rubis Terminal Infra SAS (a storage operator wholly owned by RUBIS), MITSUI & CO. Europe PLC, and Intercontinental Terminals Company “ITC”.
Construction of Phase I started
Commercial operations of the first tanks
Further expansion of phase I
Construction of tank pit Nº3 started
Commercial operations tank pit 3, extra barge loading facilities
Construction of phase II started
Barge to RTC
Commercial operations tank pit 4
Construction of tank pit 5A started
Second rail connection
Construction of tank pit 5B