AT&V Awarded Stolthaven, Braithwaite, Phase III Project

AT&V Awarded Stolthaven, Braithwaite, Phase III Project

Mobile, Wednesday, June 16, 2004 American Tank & Vessel, Inc.

American Tank & Vessel, Inc. (AT&V) has been awarded the contract for Phase III, an eleven (11) tank turn-key project at the Braithwaite, LA Terminal by Stolthaven/New Orleans. The project will expand Stolthaven’s storage by over 280,000 barrels of carbon and stainless steel storage tanks.  The general plant infrastructure will also be modified to expand the world-class terminal.  AT&V will complete the contract “Turn-key” and is scheduled to finish all design, procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning by January, 2005.

Stolthaven’s Braithwaite Terminal was the largest new, grass-roots terminal to be built in the United States in more than twenty years.  Previous work contracted to AT&V called for 47 API-650 steel storage tanks to be completed on industry leading schedules.

American Tank & Vessel, Inc. was founded in Mobile, AL in 1982.  The company provides a full range of assets arrayed to execute contracts for capital tank and terminal projects.  These assets include: design, fabrication/pre-fabrication, production, shipping and construction of field erected and shop built storage tanks, pressure vessels, spheres, towers, stacks, bins, silos and other equipment formed and welded of steel plate.  AT&V corporate and financial offices are located in Mobile.  The company’s main North American operations are housed in a 30-acre industrial facility located on the Mississippi gulf coast.  AT&V has engineering, construction, management and support facilities in Mobile, AL, Houston, TX, Lucedale, MS, Baton Rouge, LA, Birmingham, AL and Spartanburg, SC.  Abroad, AT&V offers sales and service support for Africa, Asia, Europe, Central America and South America.

Stolthaven New Orleans LLC is a subsidiary of Stolt-Nielson Transportation Group (SNTG).  SNTG owns about 150 parcel tankers, trading all over the world, as well as, a fleet of ISO containers, rail cars and bulk liquid storage terminals, catering to the chemical, edible oil and petroleum industries.