Oreco A/S is the new name of Toftejorg Technology A/S, developers of the market’s most effective systems for automated, non-man entry tank cleaning and oil recovery.
Toftejorg Technology are longstanding leading specialists in automated systems for tank cleaning and oil recovery. As an element in the company’s reprofiling, and to signal a more rejuvenated market approach, Toftejorg Technology has been renamed Oreco A/S.
“Oreco stands for Oil REcovery COmpany,” says Managing Director Michael M. Meyer, “because this is the area in which we have our core expertise. Our new name will continue a tradition of tank cleaning expertise that goes back almost half a century.”
Ready for the challenges of the future
The combination of advanced technology, robust cleaning systems and a global network of partners has given Oreco a prominent market position. Nevertheless, many challenges await in the years ahead.
Environment, health and safety are critical issues in today’s world. And tank farms, tank cleaning companies and refineries require both fast and effective tank cleaning solutions that make optimal use of resources and create minimal environmental pollution.
“We therefore look forward to the future with considerable confidence,” says Michael M. Meyer. “With our existing product programme and with ongoing development of our systems we enable our customers to meet modern-day requirements.”
Established, safe systems
Oreco’s integrated and automated solutions, BLABO® and MoClean®, are established names in the market and will therefore retain their existing identities. They will continue to represent innovative technology which is used and valued all over the world.
Safety considerations are met through system design to HSE specifications. This means that the systems combine almost 100% oil recovery with non-man entry, which eliminates the risks involved in manual tank cleaning.
But Oreco’s work is far from finished there. Oreco continuously improves its systems, ensuring that the company can present new and effective ways of meeting the oil industry’s environmental requirements also in the future.