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ITCO donates tank container to Shanghai Maritime University (SMU)

SMU will use the tank container for training and education purposes.

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ITCO donates tank container to Shanghai Maritime University (SMU)

The International Tank Container Organisation (ITCO) has completed the donation of a 20ft ISO tank container to the Shanghai Maritime University, a leading academic institution for the shipping, ports and logistics industry in China.

 

“The tank will be used by the University for training and education purposes as part of a programme which includes six 1-day training days, together with access by students to ITCO’s on-line Tank Container E-learning Course,” ITCO stated.

 

The tank was provided by ITCO member Exsif Worldwide, with the fittings supplied by Fort Vale Engineering. CIMC supplied the tank, the access ladder and walkway. Technical expertise and logistics were supplied by Stolt Tank Depots.

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Shi Xin, Vice-President of the Shanghai Maritime University (right) and Reginald Lee, President of the International Tank Container Organisation, sign the co-operative and donation agreement.

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