- Partnership bringing hybrid airships to Alaska
- Chart opens latest LNG fuelling station in Europe
- New pump featuring linear drive technology
- Analox in ‘exciting’ new lab solutions agreement
- Teresa Sebring named new MCAA President
Air Products has opened a new packaged gases plant in Dongguan, in China’s Guangdong province, as it seeks to strengthen its supply network in the local Pearl River Delta (PRD).
gasworld is delighted to announce that Brothers Gas and Nolek have been confirmed as bronze sponsors for its Global Helium Summit 2.0, taking place in New Jersey from the 12th-13th September, 2016.
UK-based Hybrid Airship owner and operator Straightline Aviation is embarking upon a strategic partnership with PRL Logistics Inc., a leader in remote site logistics, which will see the first helium-buoyed hybrid airships introduced in Alaska.
Chart’s latest LNG fuelling station is now open for business in Helsinki’s port district industrial zone, the first in Finland and described as a watershed for the capital city’s environment.
JM Science is offering a new pump featuring linear drive technology, the Intelligent Pump UI-12. Designed to meet liquid chromatography needs, the Intelligent Pump has ultimate low pulsation as well as an innovative suction and discharge system.
Effective 1st August 2016, the Board of Directors of the Measurement, Control & Automation Association (MCAA) has appointed Teresa Sebring as its new President.
Lab Logistics Group (LLG) has reached an agreement with Analox Sensor Technology (AST) to stock, promote and sell its market-leading lab gas safety solutions.
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