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MSC is the second largest container ships owner in the world, and active in 155 countries. With a fleet of more than 450 large sized ships, MSC operates on all the major maritime routes in the world, and is the main user of container port terminals in Sines. MSC signed an agreement with Ecoslops to discharge its hydrocarbon waste in Sines.
The Port of Sinès Authority (APS)
The Port of Sinès Authority is in charge of the management and development of Portugal's busiest commercial port. The Port of Sinès is equiped with specialized deep water terminals, suited for oil and petrochemical products, and also gas and container transport.
IAPMEI - Institute to Support Small and Medium Sized companies
IAPMEI acts under the authority of the Portuguese Ministry of the Economy, Innovation and Development and aims to help SMEs with their strategies and innovation. Promoting entrepreneurship, the IAPMEI helps them to raise their productivity and their competitiveness, to reinforce their competences and notably their management capacities and to be accessed more easily on financial markets. IAPMEI and QREN support the team project to recycle slops in Sinès.
Heurtey Petrochem is a world leader in oil and gas engineering. The group is particularly big in the market for furnaces for refining, petrochemistry, hydrogen and ethylene production processes.
Ecoslops has signed an agreement with Heurtey Petrochem for the technical and commercial development of the P2R column.
Aicep is an organisation created by the Portuguese government which aims to encourage the best foreign businesses to invest in Portugal. Aicep also supports Portuguese companies in their internationalisation processes and their export activities. Ecoslops have benefitted from the support of Aicep in constructing their production unit in Sinès.
CLT -Companhia Logistica de Terminals Maritimos SA
CLT is the subsidiary specialised in operations and logistics of the GALP Energia group. Ecoslops is in charge of the exclusive collection of hydrocarbon waste from ships in the Port of Sinès through the sub-concession agreement signed with the port authorities of the CLT.