TSA appoints new chairman

Martyn Lyons who will ‘continue to actively participate in the TSA and to reap the many benefits of membership’
At the end of 2016 Martyn Lyonsstepped down from the chairmanship of the UK Tank Storage Association (TSA)
On 1st January 2017 Andrew Amos, projects director for UM group, took over as president with Paul Denmead, director of UK terminal operations at World Fuel Services, becoming vice-president.
Martyn Lyons, who will remain on the TSA Executive Council, said:
“The past 11 years have seen considerable growth in the membership of the TSA with more than 20 full member companies actively participating in our association which can be proud of its abilities as the ‘go-to’ organisation. TSA has long held a reputation to punch above its weight and this was cemented by the considerable efforts and successes of our previous executive director, Hugh Bray.
“After a very enjoyable 11 years as TSA chairman, it’s time for me to hand over the reins to a new president, Andrew Amos who along with executive director Peter Davidson and vice president Paul Denmead are set for a year of growth.”