Heartland Tank Companies Gear Up for Trade Shows Announcing New Above Ground Storage Tank Product and Services

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Above ground liquid fertilizer storage tank company showcases new product and services at expanded trade show venues.

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Heartland Tank Companies have recently added a new product and services to further round out its ability to provide complete above ground storage tank solutions to its customers.

In the Fall of 2015, Heartland Tank Companies chose to attend additional trade shows in order to showcase new options and services they will offer to liquid fertilizer storage businesses. The additional shows will be at the Oklahoma Ag Expo, Midwest City, OK from Nov. 10 to 12, the Minnesota Crop Production Retailers Trade Show in Minneapolis from Dec. 8-10, and the South Dakota Ag Expo in Sioux Falls from January 20-21. This adds to the twelve shows that Heartland Tank Companies regularly attend during the winter trade show season.

Heartland Tank Companies have recently added a new product and services to further round out its ability to provide complete above ground storage tank solutions to its customers. The companies greatly anticipate the upcoming trade show season to unveil these new items to customers to address the recent problem with the overwhelmed railroad transportation system.

A heated and insulated tank system is now offered by Heartland Tank Companies to enable liquid fertilizer distributors and retailers to store temperature sensitive liquid fertilizer through the winter. The system, whether for a tank with an internal PVC liner or using another type of secondary containment, provides a solution to the liquid fertilizer rail shipment delays experienced in the winter of 2014. The system automatically maintains the product at a set temperature with minimal use of energy.

Using this system, liquid fertilizer distributors and retailers can receive their liquid fertilizer shipments in the late fall and early winter with confidence to have adequate product on hand when the spring fertilizer season begins. No longer will the distributor or retailer be at the mercy of the railroad schedule to have full above ground storage tanks full of product to timely serve their customers.

With two clients who have already had success with this method in North and South Dakota, Heartland Tank Companies are excited to spread the news to other liquid fertilizer providers in the agricultural industry.

The marketing and legal analyst from the company, Genevieve Bruce, remarked, "We are excited to go into this trade show season and to be able to offer something new to our clients, including the heated insulated tank for liquid fertilizer and the turn key construction option that we’ve implemented in the past year."

Heartland Tank Companies has also added the service of turn key construction projects. To achieve this, Heartland Tank Companies has teamed up with multiple other businesses to ensure that all management of a project, including plumbing, optional automation, rail hookups, etc., is centrally managed by Heartland Tank Companies. This allows for site managers to concentrate on their regular duties instead of having to add the orchestration of multiple companies to install the new above ground storage tank system.

About Heartland Tank Companies

Heartland Tank, LLC and Heartland Tank Services, Inc. are separate companies that were simultaneously formed to address the need for alternative methods in quality design and fabrication of API 650 tanks in the agricultural industry as well as alternatives in secondary containment and the ever-increasing need for API-certified tank inspectors. Today, Heartland Tank Companies work together to provide a wide range of above ground storage tank solutions. Their services include field-erected API 650 tank construction, tank repair and modification, internal PVC tank liners, API 653 tank inspections, and more. To learn more, visit heartlandtankcompanies.com

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