Following on from a successful first event in London in 2013, the Global Helium Summit 2.0 took place in the traditional home of helium production, the US – shining a spotlight on the dynamics currently shaping the face of the global helium supply chain.
In recent years, the vast majority of companies in the industrial gases sector have had to re-evaluate where the next wave of growth will come from under the stifling weight of the financial crisis – which has left innovation prospects in Europe looking bleak at best. But as I discovered ...
The Global Helium Summit 2.0 aims to understand change in the supply and demand dynamics of the helium business, both in the US and globally, over the last three years. Crucially, it also seeks to address future market expectations and questions over application developments, as our preview explains.
Distributor and Supplier member attendance at the Spring Management Conference (SMC) of the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) resulted in the highest participation level since 2010, said John Ospina, Executive Director of the organization.
gasworld Publisher, John Raquet, attended the ‘Disruption: Recognise it, Understand it, Mitigate it, Thrive through it,’ discussion at the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) event.
Bill Visintainer, the current President of the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) organisation, welcomed all 670 delegates to its Spring Management Conference, running from 3rd-5th April in Savannah, Georgia.
George Ratermann, President of Ratermann Manufacturing, gave a presentation to GAWDA delegates this morning, discussing the trials and tribulations of integrating the young generation into a traditional business.
Over the past two days, over 30 industry professionals have taken to the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) stage, at the grand Le Plaza Hotel Theatre, to discuss topics under the theme of ‘Medical Gases – A deep breath’.
The EIGA Winter Seminar, a long-standing January tradition, has seen more than 30 industry experts and external speakers gather today at the Le Plaza Hotel in Brussels, to present on a range of topics under the theme of ‘Medical Gases – A deep breath’.
In recent years, regulations and standards surrounding the handling of medical gases have developed into a complex landscape for healthcare personnel to navigate. That’s why the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) intends to share good practices and initiatives at its 2019 Winter Seminar which will commence tomorrow at the Le ...
SIAD, the Italian chemical group specialising in industrial gases, engineering, healthcare, services and industrial goods, has signed the latest EA MLA Agreement.
Ashtead Technology, provider of custom engineered solutions, explains how the MCERTS scheme for environmental monitoring equipment provides several important advantages beyond regulatory compliance.
Over the last decade the regulatory environment for bulk compressed medical gas (CMG) supply systems at healthcare facilities has evolved, resulting in a demand for more formalised processes to document and certify the training of system technicians.
FasTest, Inc. introduces the HPG580, a new quick connection tool for efficient filling of specialty gas cylinders.
GCE Group’s Gareth Pemberton says the global gas control industry must continue to pioneer enhanced adiabatic shock testing standards to improve the safety of oxygen systems.