The ION Commodities portfolio is an award-winning, comprehensive set of commodities and energy trading and risk management (C/ETRM) solutions to serve energy and commodity-intensive companies of any size, budget or IT capability. The portfolio includes complementary solutions required by the market that extend capabilities not traditionally found in C/ETRM solutions—such as shipping, market data, and deeper supply chain functions, as well as the largest portfolio of treasury solutions anywhere. Clients are offered choice through breadth of solutions that are feature-rich, flexible, scalable, and automate and integrate the full range of mission-critical front, middle and back office functions—from deal entry, valuation and risk analysis to supply chain operations, settlement and accounting.
OCI Methanol is a leading global methanol producer with a run-rate proportionate production capacity of 2.95 million metric tons per annum. OCI Methanol’s production assets comprise OCI Beaumont and Natgasoline in Texas, USA, and BioMCN in the Netherlands. OCI Methanol is wholly owned by OCI N.V., a leading global producer and distributor of natural gas-based products headquartered in the Netherlands. OCI’s production capacity spans three continents and comprises approximately 14 million metric tons per year of nitrogen fertilizers, methanol, diesel exhaust fluid, melamine, and other nitrogen products, serving agricultural and industrial customers around the world. OCI N.V. employs approximately 3,000 people and is listed on the Euronext in Amsterdam under the symbol “OCI”.
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Port of Amsterdam
Leading player in liquid bulk As the world’s largest gasoline port and specialist in blending oil products, Port of Amsterdam is a leading player in the oil energy market. The port of Amsterdam is growing in biofuels and biochemicals. The existing large and flexible tank storage terminals have a great amount of experience and attract a lot of blending activities, in particularly from trading companies and traders of major oil companies. This has created a large international gasoline blending and trading hub. Excellent connections The port of Amsterdam has a well-equipped sea-entrance and excellent hinterland connections by water, rail, road and underground pipelines. This, together with the unique location within the world’s largest international energy hub ARA (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp), makes the port of Amsterdam an ideal location for liquid bulk.