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Opening times

  • Monday to Thursday:06:00 to 22:00
  • Friday:06:00 to 21:00
  • Saturday:08:00 to 13:00

Claessen Tankcleaning Venlo BV may be able to provide cleaning outside these times. Please phone for an appointment.





Claessen Tankcleaning Venlo BV has been fully focused on internal and external cleaning for the Chemical and the Food and Feed sectors since 2000.


Tank wagons - tank containers - bulk trucks - trailers - IBC containers     Cattle trucks - cleaning and disinfection in accordance with the R+O standard.


Our eight cleaning tracks offer a superior quality rapid cleaning service, at a highly competitive rate.
3 Food tracks - 4 Chemical tracks - 1 track for benzenes, acrylates, phenols, etc.

We clean A and B category substances following the ABM decision tree.
After cleaning we will issue a European Cleaning Certificate (ECD).



At Claessen Tankcleaning Venlo we have been treating and processing the waste water from tank cleaning at our own plant for many years. In mid 2016 we also started offering this service to third parties.
As well as rinsing the waste, you can dispose of larger volumes of chemicals in the above mentioned classes at our site. We can guarantee that all of these materials and substances will be processed in a sustainable manner.
If you would like to know more about what we can do for you, then please feel free to contact Michel Claessen -

Tank container-depot 

Our new tank container depot(+/- 10.000 m²) is located adjacent to our Claessen Tankcleaning Venlo site.  Along with storage possibilities there is also the opportunity for heating by steam, electric power or hot water. Our new site is exceptionally located, within a 2 km radius of the PORT and RAIL TERMINAL, and next to our TANK CLEANING site. We can also look after the shunting for you.

For further information, please feel free to contact Michel Claessen.


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