All articles by Rob Cockerill – Page 2

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    CGA and EIGA issue joint statement


    CGA and EIGA have issued a joint statement affirming their belief that SPP-supplied brazed aluminium heat exchangers are reliable and safe for use, after their members conducted an inventory and collected the operational histories of these heat exchangers in response to concerns earlier this year.

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    Are your safety relief valves really safe?


    UK-based valve manufacturer Seetru has observed plenty of market trends in its time, having been in the business since 1949 and celebrated its 70th anniversary last year.

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    A fresh perspective on MAP


    Rob Cockerill unpacks the story of HTK Hamburg GmbH and gets a fresh perspective on the modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) business in an interview with Managing Director Gunnar A. Baumert.

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    In focus… Leisure gases


    Rob Cockerill and Joanna Sampson explore what might have been this summer in Japan, and why it’s only a temporary delay in perception change, with hydrogen still set to take centre stage at the Tokyo Games next year.

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    CHROMIUM urges caution over fraudulent rare gas


    Rare and ultra-high purity (UHP) gases specialist CHROMIUM Ltd has urged industry stakeholders to watch out for the attempted sale, smuggling or otherwise illegal use of suspect rare gases, primarily xenon, after the company was subject to a robbery at its site in the Vladimir Region of Russia last year. ...

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    gasworld launches Asia-Pacific service


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

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    Peru: An oxygen market in focus


    As Peru soars up the unwanted pecking order of those countries so severely hit by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and scenes describe a chronic lack of oxygen supply, gas world looks at the make-up of the country’s gases business, with data from gas world Business Intelligence.

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    Peru coronavirus crisis deepens: oxygen in focus


    The covid-19 (coronavirus) crisis continues to deepen in Peru, where gasworld understands there is a significant supply shortage of oxygen and individuals have been pictured taking supply into their own hands.

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    Getting into technical gases


    IJsfabriek Strombeek describes a 40-year journey in the nitrous oxide business to gasworld’s Rob Cockerill.

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    Aquaculture is again in focus in Singapore as the country prepares to scale up local food production against a backdrop of coronavirus-driven disruptions to global supply chains.

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    “Oxygen demand up to 40 times greater than usual”


    An insight into medical cylinders from Cylinders Holding, by Rob Cockerill.

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    10 minutes with… James (Jim) Flaherty


    Take 10 minutes out with James (Jim) Flaherty, President and CEO of Adsorptech, as he discusses the company, its VSPSA oxygen portfolio and current prospects in the aquaculture sector.

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    10 minutes with… Lawrence J. Hughes


    Take 10 minutes out with Lawrence J. Hughes, Vice-President/General Manager of AirSep, as he discusses the company’s role in fighting Covid-19 and AirSep’s plans for 2020.

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    China sees Covid-19 cases fall further


    As the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to vary around the world, a decidedly mixed outlook exists within an Asia-Pacific region that was itself the original epicentre of the virus.

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    Japan extends state of emergency


    Japan has extended its nationwide state of emergency over Covid-19 (coronavirus) until 31 st May, as the country continues its battle against the virus and looks to another uphill challenge ahead in reviving its economy.

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    Pakistan struggle with Covid-19 continues


    The ‘significant and tragic human cost’ of Covid-19 taking hold in Pakistan sadly appears to be crystallising after the Asian country saw its confirmed cases of the virus move past the 20,000 milestone.

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    Indonesia economic growth slows sharply


    A recession is widely thought to be on the horizon in Indonesia after the South East Asian country recorded its weakest GDP growth since 2001 in first quarter (Q1) 2020.

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    Novair exclusive: Medical oxygen generation during a time of Covid-19


    The story of 2020 is, in one word, coronavirus. In fact, so widespread, rapid and devastating has the Covid-19 pandemic been, it threatens to expunge 2020 from the history books on so many levels.

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    Strong teaming makes you strong


    Aritas Cryogenics CEO Özlem Sivrioğlu talks leadership, empowerment and ‘crashing’ the glass ceiling in an interview with Rob Cockerill.

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    In focus… Distributive LNG equipment


    Few aspects of society or industry have been untouched by the effects of Covid-19 (coronavirus) this year, and yet at the time of writing it is still only mid-April. The LNG business is no different. With more than seven months of the year still to play out and no end ...