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 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.
Tom Badstubner, President and Medical, Food and Specialty Gas Consultant at Asterisk, LLC in Lewisville, provides a thorough overview of the latest proposed modernizations to medical gas regulations that will be more appropriate and should eradicate confusion.
Regardless of which industry we work in and whether we are aware of it or not, standards affect all of us, every day of our lives. Some of you may groan at this topic, but do read on, since this subject can be a most rewarding and intriguing area. I ...
After a relatively inactive two years where these gases are concerned, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is again focusing its attention on medical gas requirements.
Producers and distributors of specialty gases in food and beverages need to know that the new regulations for the Food Safety Modernization Act (21 CFR Part 117) are now officially in effect.
The France-based International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) Science and Technology council has launched a new Working Group (WG) on ‘whole-body cryotherapy’ (WBC) or ’cryostimulation.’