Our mission is to
mitigate water scarcity


Sourcing high-quality drinking water

Water capacity

Today, we have the ability to obtain water in Liepaja, Latvia. Our sourcing capacity is currently 3 m tons per annum, however, can be upsized to 50 m.

In addition, LIFEBLNC is actively exploring alternatives in Scandinavia, United Kingdom and Baltic states to increase capacity and meet growing demand. Our targeted capacity is 30+ m tons per annum.


of necessary infrastructure

Water terminals

LIFEBLNC’s modernly built terminal infrastructure, which among other includes a large water storage facility, is optimally situated at the port within close proximity to the water source, enabling convenient and efficient logistics. Our pipeline and pump system helps transport water from the facility to the pier where “fit-for-purpose” vessels can be filled. Our terminal is built on highly efficient, safe and compliant automated technology solutions with minimum possible human involvement in the process.

Terminal infrustucture

Water reservoirs

The storage facility consists of three tanks, bilaterally treated with an eco polymer, which is approved for use in the food industry. Two tanks have a capacity of 30,000 m3 each, the third - 21,600 m3.


Pumping system

Water is delivered to the tanker via a system of pipes pressurized by high-tech pumps.


Treatment station

During pumping, the treatment station helps ensure water quality is properly maintained.


Pipeline system

Pipeline infrastructure meets modern and global quality standards.


Рumping water into “fit-for-purpose” tankers

Our internally repurposed tankers preserve water to meet local standards and ensure regulatory compliance throughout the journey. We can provide a tailored solution, addressing our customers' needs, delivery frequency, and local requirements. The capacity of our tankers ranges from 40,000 to 120,000 tons of water, which facilitates delivery of large quantities per route.

Over time, as part of LIFEBLNC’s strong focus and commitment to ensuring best-in-class sustainability and ESG standards, we envisage operating a modern fleet of carbon efficient vessels, potentially even using the latest innovations involving retractable sail systems as seen in some of recent prototypes developed by leading shipbuilding companies.


Delivery and discharge

LIFEBLNC’s fleet is capable of transporting substantial volumes per route, while ensuring the water is safely preserved throughout the journey.

As we scale our business and expand our network of water sources across various geographic locations, we will be able to reach our customers more efficiently, even in the most remote parts of the world.

Map of delivery

LIFEBLNC tankers deliver drinking water anywhere in the world equipped with a receiving terminal. Our key directions are the African, Middle Eastern and Asian countries, where clean water is an increasingly vital and scarce resource.

Discharge at port of destination

At the receiving port, our water can used for various purposes including, without limitation, supplying bottled water production companies as well as for strategic reserve storage and/or for subsequent distribution by the local authorities.

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