Gas trucking company, has named its new president.

Vernon Ingham takes over from Rich Ramach who retires after two years as president and more than 30 years in the field.

Ingham, 51, comes to Cryogenic Transportation from Air Liquide where he served as director of fleet and logistics for the group’s East Coast operations. He has also spent 27 years with MG Industries, part of Messer Griesheim. Ingham is said to \\$quot;bring an entire career of industrial gas distribution and logistics experience to Cryogenic Transportation that will enhance our ability to service its customer base\\$quot; according to chief executive officer David Boucher in a statement.

Cryogenic Transportation, also known as CTI, operates more than 120 trucks and trailers from nine sites across the United States. The trucks carry nitrogen, argon and other payloads for major industrial gas companies which outsource their delivery.

Shipments carried by CTI trucks go to hospitals, food processing companies, laboratories and other users. At the beginning of the year, CTI used 42 company-employed drivers, 10 owner-operators and 88 contract drivers who lease vehicles from the company.

According to CTI, the company has invested $2 million a year over the past 20 years to expand and maintain its fleet.

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