Reynolds Training Services is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the prestigious Global Tank Storage Awards 2020. Out of a record number of nominations, Reynolds Training is in the running for the ‘Rising Star’ award.

Now in its fourth year, the Global Tank Storage Awards has become an industry-recognised event that rewards and celebrates terminal achievements, equipment innovations and individual success in the storage terminal industry.

This award nomination reflects the standard of excellence we, at Reynolds Training, have developed and maintained over the last ten years and will continue to develop into the future.

Reynolds takes the lead in developing pioneering courses and training programmes for the sector, such as our Bulk Liquid Terminal Technician Apprenticeship, which we launched in 2019 in collaboration with HETA (the Humberside Engineering Training Association); taking three years to develop and gain approval, we are proud to confirm that the 2nd cohort of apprentices begin their journey in August 2020.

Underpinning the Apprenticeship is the new Level 3 Diploma for a Bulk Storage Operator (Technician), which can also be delivered as a stand-alone qualification upskilling the current workforce relevant to the high hazard environment we work in.

We, at Reynolds, are also investing heavily in the training infrastructure of our region, specifically in developing the Process Plant within the CATCH facility with a £150,000 investment in state-of-the-art technology, to furnish the tank farm with the latest technology.

This investment includes the latest Honeywell Distribution Control Systems, ROSOV, DCV and actuated valves, as well as Radar and Servo gauges for the tanks coupled with independent high-level alarms, metering and batch control systems. These improvements, which go live at the start of April, will bring a wider range of realism and complexity to the Tank Farm, forming the first part of the great changes planned for the future.

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Creating a culture of health, safety and technical competence in the high hazard industries requires endless vigilance and innovation. Regulations are constantly changing, technology is evolving and the needs of the industry and marketplace are never static. Reynolds’ imagination, commitment and energy is reflected in this award nomination.

John Reynolds commented, ‘It is fantastic to be shortlisted for this prestigious award! Winning would be a whole new level, especially with such a wonderful array of industry professionals who support this sector in a variety of ways, good luck to us all’.

The 2020 Global Tank Storage Award winners will be announced on 10th March during a gala dinner at the Floating Pavilion in Rotterdam. Hosted by market leading publication, Tank Storage Magazine. The award ceremony will attract terminal professionals from as far as Saudi Arabia, India, Malaysia, South Africa, the US and all across Europe.

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If you’re interested in learning more about these prestigious awards, or any of the important work we do here at Reynolds Training Services, please email Karon Reynolds on, phone (+44) 01469 552846, or fill-in the fom below.