Missouri River Terminal Acquired by Ergon

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Friday, August 02, 2013

Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc. (EA&E)  has purchased all assets of the Wolcott Terminal Facility located in Wolcott, Kansas, effective July 31, 2013. The facility was previously owned by Tanco Kansas City, LLC.

EA&E has marketed neat asphalt products from the terminal since it began leasing the facility in 1992. Located on the Missouri River to the northwest of Kansas City, the Wolcott Facility has a capacity of 176,284 barrels. It is equipped to load product via truck and receive product by barge, truck and rail. The Wolcott Facility also offers sulfuric acid transloading services. EA&E will continue to service all existing sulfuric acid transloading contracts.

J. Baxter Burns, II, President of Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc., said, “After 20 years of providing asphalt products to the Kansas City market, we are very happy to report our acquisition of this facility. This will allow us to further invest in and expand the Wolcott Facility, adding increased capability and storage capacity.”

About Ergon, Inc.
Ergon, Inc. is a privately held company that operates under six primary business segments: Refining & Marketing, Asphalt & Emulsions, Transportation & Terminaling, Oil & Gas, Real Estate, etc.
 

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