gasworld has in the last few days launched a brand new content and information platform dedicated to the fast-growing Asia-Pacific industrial gases business.

Home to some of the most promising industrial gas markets in the world, as well as two of the largest in the form of Japan and China, the Asia-Pacific region is one of the most progressive industrial gas landscapes in the world.

With the launch of gasworld Asia-Pacific, it is also now home to a brand new content platform too – an even richer, more agile and dynamic content offering for the region, where gasworld puts the user first.

It has been a long-held ambition of gasworld’s to better tap into the Asia-Pacific region and, together with three new partners in the region – the regional publications KK Gas Review (Japan), iGas Journal (Korea) and Gas Ecosphere (China) – that vision is now a reality.

With gasworld Asia-Pacific, readers will see an enhancement in both the flow and variety of Asia-Pacific news, as well as a range of other unique features and benefits that include a customisable newsfeed and tailored membership packages.


John Raquet, Publisher and CEO of gasworld and the driving force behind this vision, explained, “Why gasworld Asia-Pacific, you may ask? Well, the North Pacific region is now the clear second-largest industrial gases business in the world after North America. China and Japan are number two and three in gas market size. The region has experienced good market growth over the last two decades and when you add the Southeast Asia and Asia markets, it will continue to be the region of strongest growth for industrial gases in the coming years.”

“There are local publishers that we know well, that produce local news and insight into the business for their readers, in local languages….We are teaming up with three local publication – KK Gas Review of Japan, iGas Journal of Korea and Gas Ecosphere of China – to enhance the flow of news to you, the reader and the customer.”

“We want to provide 24-hour, seven days per week coverage of the news, the people and the companies that operate in the region.”

Thew new platform can be found at