TOMCO2 Systems, located in Loganville, Georgia, provides CO2 systems and applications for industrial gas, water technologies, fire suppression and food systems, with traditional CO2 storage and transportation products at its core. TOMCO2 is now led by Luke Bradshaw, who transitioned from his role as Vice-President of Business Development for Taylor-Wharton – the complete cryogenic solutions provider based in Minnesota – to take on the role of President at TOMCO2.
Closely bound to TOMCO2’s operation is Eric Rottier, who was named CEO of TOMCO2 Systems in February 2018. Rottier also maintains his current role as CEO and Chairman of Taylor-Wharton.
Rottier took over his new role following the acquisition of TOMCO2 by Japan’s Air Water, Inc. Reporting in to Rottier, is Taylor-Wharton President, Tim Miller. Based in Houston, Texas, Miller previously led sales for TW Americas and recently expanded into his new role as President, following acquisition of CVA.
gasworld caught up with both Luke Bradshaw and Tim Miller, to find out how they are getting on since the business reorganizations, and to understand how the two company’s transportation and distribution businesses are developing.
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