gasworld can exclusively reveal that INOXCVA has launched a new European based venture in Alblasserdam, Netherlands.

This facility which is located near Rotterdam, and is well connected by rail, sea and roads, is the hub of INOXCVA’s presence in Europe - and is already operational. The news should come as no surprise as in November 2013 the company announced it had created a new range of Xe tanks – aimed at entering the European Industrial Gases sector.

INOXCVA is offering Xe tanks, ex-stock for local purchase by European buyers and is well organised to offer all support and services; from inland transportation to installation and commissioning, and if requested - approval of installation by notified bodies.

In a statement to gasworld, a spokesman from INOXCVA stated, “The company is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nicolai von Dellingshausen as Manager of Sales for Europe.”

“Mr. von Dellingshausen is an MBA graduate from Vlerick Business School, in General International Management and a confirmed multilingual professional. During his 12 years’ experience he has acquired strong leadership capability in Business Development, Key Account Management, Sales & Marketing - his last nine years have been with the Westfalen Group, a leading European player in Industrial Gas and Refrigerants.”

“These positive steps forward by INOXCVA in the European Industrial Gas Market will bring us closer to customers, providing local service and support. Evidently, INOXCVA Europe BV is all set to meet the expectations of the industry and add value to its customers’ business.”

“With the presence of INOXCVA Europe, our customers now have the added confidence and comfort level of buying standard customer tanks, long holding time ISO containers and micro-bulk tanks. Trailers are set to follow soon,” said Savir Julka, Marketing and Sales Manager.

“The European footprint clearly strengthens our global position and presence. INOXCVA operates from Europe, USA, Canada, India, China and Brazil directly, and through a vast distribution network covering Australia, South and Far East Asia, Middle East and Africa.”