The Tank Storage Association (TSA) has been the face of the UK’s bulk liquid storage providers for almost 40 years and during that time, the TSA has worked hard to ensure the industry’s voice is heard across political, regulatory and commercial channels. Representing 23 companies that have over 300 terminals in the UK, plus international relations, the TSA says that regularly listening and reviewing members’ opinions is a vital aspect to growth.
TSA executive director, Peter Davidson, sees growth, both in terms of member numbers and activities, as an important part of the association’s future.
“Organisations represented by the TSA represent a vital part of the logistical supply chain,” Mr Davidson said. “We realise that the more groups we have on board the louder our voice and the more influence we can have. Our growth is also an opportunity for our associate members [to get] more involved in our work.”
It is the TSA’s aim to provide clear advocacy on behalf of companies in the bulk liquid industry from political and regulatory view points.