Who We Are

IMTT Has Been an Industry Leader for More Than 80 Years

Headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana, International-Matex Tank Terminals (IMTT) is an industry leader in the handling and storage of bulk liquid products through its ownership and operation of 16 terminals throughout North America. Our terminals handle petroleum, biofuels, commodity/specialty chemicals, and vegetable/tropical oil products for customers including refiners, commodities traders, and chemical manufacturers and distributers.

IMTT Milestones


First Terminal Purchased

IMTT was established by James J. Coleman, Sr. in 1939 with the purchase of the Avondale, Louisiana terminal. Over the following 75 years, the Coleman family expanded the enterprise to become one of the largest 3rd-party providers of bulk liquid storage and handling services in the United States.


A Partnership Formed

Between 1975–1999, the business was operated in a partnership with Van Ommeren (now Vopak).


Coleman Family Acquires Full Ownership

On January 1, 2000, the Coleman family acquired Van Ommeren’s ownership interest and became the 100% owner of IMTT.


Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (MIC) Invests

In May 2006, Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (NYSE: MIC) acquired a 50% interest in IMTT.


MIC Becomes Full Owner

In July 2014, MIC acquired the remaining 50% interest in IMTT. Today, IMTT is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MIC, which owns, operates, and invests in a portfolio of infrastructure-like businesses throughout the United States.


Seven Terminals Added to Portfolio

In August 2017, IMTT added 7 terminals to its portfolio through the acquisition of Epic Midstream. View press release.


Riverstone Acquires IMTT from MIC

Announced in November 2020, MIC entered into an agreement to sell IMTT to Riverstone. The transaction was finalized in December 2020. View Press Release.

Over 80 Years of Building Relationships and Industry Solutions

Currently, IMTT is comprised of 16 terminals throughout North America with terminals located on the East, West, and Gulf Coasts as well as the Great Lakes region and Canada.