Effective 1st October (2018), or as contracts permit, Air Products is to increase product pricing, monthly service charges and surcharges for merchant customers in North America.
Brad Peterson was introduced as new Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) President on the final business day of the 2018 Annual Convention here in Seattle, WA.
In the latest instalment of its regional markets series, gasworld Business Intelligence provides a snapshot of activity in the Mid-Atlantic industrial gas market, including Delware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Tech Air, a Connecticut-based distributor of industrial, medical, and specialty gases and related equipment and supplies, has acquired Speed Industrial Supply (Speed) of Kemah, Texas, along with two other companies.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has formed a new entity, the CGA Certification Board LLC (CGACB), to offer personnel certification services for industrial and medical gases industry personnel.
Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota in focus with gasworld Business Intelligence.
The industrial gas market of the US South West is the second-largest out of the eight regions of the country, just being eclipsed by the sprawling market of the neighboring South East region.
Like vehicle emissions, one of the most commonly acknowledged or understood areas of environmental concern surrounds fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases). It’s become something of a buzz term in the wider specialty gases and chemicals business in recent years.
The three largest markets in the North America region are the US, Canada and Mexico, with these three markets generating around $23bn of industrial gas revenues in 2016, up from just over $22bn in 2015, writes Rob Cockerill.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) by-product from ethanol dominates the sourcing map in the US compared to other source types, where next in line includes sources from ammonia and natural CO2 gas/pipeline facilities, writes Sam A. Rushing.