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Liqui Moly breaks ground in Dilligen, Germany

Ligui Moly broke ground for a tank storage facility at the port of Dilligen in Germany. The oils, lubricants and additives company said it needs the additional tank storage to meet demand, as a result of the steady growth of its business during the past year. The company believes that increasing its capacity will make it more resistant to oil price fluctuations. When the terminal opens, five to eight truckloads of fuel from an oil factory in Fraulautern is expected to be delivered to the facility on a daily basis. The tanks will be built in a catchment basin with walls and will be monitored electronically. (September 6, 2011)