All Viewpoint articles – Page 2

  • Design_TILE_EAB_Editorial Bill Kroll
    News

    Pandemic and the new playbook for business

    2020-03-31T08:00:00Z

    If you asked six people to define ‘culture’ you would get several different answers, especially today. Is it the mission? Or how people dress for work? Or is the values behind the culture?

  • Design_TILE_EAB_Editorial Phil Kornbluth
    News

    Helium: Covid-19 cuts shortage as demand drops

    2020-03-30T10:15:00Z

    Global helium markets have been impacted by Covid-19 in several ways, writes Phil Kornbluth as the first instalment of insights and thought leadership from gasworld’s Editorial Advisory Board.

  • Digital concept_551570212
    Features

    Coronavirus: A reminder of the benefits of digitisation

    2020-03-18T22:29:00Z

    As businesses and leaders, the time is now to trust, empower and embolden our people, and to unlock and leverage the innovative technologies available to us, writes Rob Cockerill.

  • Editors-Tile
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    A message from the editor

    2020-03-18T15:54:00Z

    We knew 2020 would be a significant year for our industry, for you. None of us could have foreseen, however, quite what a significant year this would prove to be for all the wrong reasons. At gasworld, we are here and more committed than ever before to supporting you through ...

  • Editors-Tile
    News

    Coronavirus – Questions, caution and new learnings

    2020-03-13T12:37:00Z

    There are still a great many questions to be answered with Covid-19, much to be learned about the virus, and arguably more to be learned about its containment. There are understandably questions too for our industry, writes Rob Cockerill.

  • Editors-Tile
    News

    Exciting, intriguing times in helium

    2020-03-09T15:36:00Z

    With the launch of gasworld’s Helium Super Summit this October, the scene is set in more ways than one, writes Rob Cockerill. Not only is the scene set in terms of the new normal helium business for post-2021, we now have the stage confirmed for insight, discussion and debate around ...

  • Editors-Tile
    News

    Cause for a new national renewables day?

    2020-03-05T11:13:00Z

    Rob Cockerill reflects on two significant developments in decarbonisation that could arguably bring calls for 2nd March to be a National Renewables Day in the UK.

  • TILE_ROB Cockerill_1_1
    News

    From transformation to realisation

    2019-12-25T06:00:00Z

    The industrial gas year that was, and the year that could be – an Editor’s outlook, by Rob Cockerill. 

  • TILE_ROB Cockerill_1
    News

    Four things we learned in 2019

    2019-12-25T06:00:00Z

    gasworld Global Managing Editor shares his thoughts on four things that we learned from the industrial gas year in 2019.

  • TILE V2_Co2
    News

    Carbon dioxide review

    2019-12-24T07:00:00Z

    Thoughts on 2019, and a look ahead to 2020, with Sam A. Rushing, President of Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd.

  • RGB_David Schaer
    Features

    E-commerce… what’s your strategy?

    2019-12-02T14:02:00Z

    Distributors have a variety of e-commerce platforms and strategies to pursue when it comes to selling online. Whether your strategy is to sell to the broader consumer market or to strengthen existing customer ties, take the time to understand the pros and cons of your options and be mindful of ...

  • Art W_RGB
    Features

    I never knew we did that!

    2019-11-01T06:00:00Z

    One of my young sales reps approached me some years ago about a large opportunity he had just discovered that involved a major account. This rep had become a trusted consultant to the repair shop superintendent at a major national brewery.

  • Stuart Haszeldine
    News

    A carbonless, profitable and equitable future

    2019-05-07T09:53:00Z

    The UK Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) report published last week states that the UK can end its contribution to global warming “within 30 years” by setting an ambitious new target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1
    News

    UK: leave nothing on table in tackling climate change

    2019-04-25T14:24:00Z

    Having read the forthright retort of SCCS to the UK Government’s efforts on tackling climate change, I have to say I couldn’t agree more. It definitely seems as though the UK has had the handbrake on when it comes to actual tangible action.

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1
    News

    A movement, a responsibility, and a growth driver

    2019-03-28T09:09:00Z

    We are living in a time when mankind is learning most about the effects of its actions on the planet and its inhabitants, when a war is being waged on emissions and the unnecessary products of our existence (think plastic waste), and sustainability is the word of a generation, globally. ...

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1
    News

    CO2 supply: The most important lesson, and still the simplest one

    2019-03-13T06:56:00Z

    For some, the carbon dioxide (CO2) shortages of 2018 in Europe and Mexico will live long in the memory. For the media and public at large, it was a ‘storm in a pint glass’. For many end-users it became a crisis in their operations.

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1
    News

    A whirlwind week in industrial gases

    2019-03-04T08:56:00Z

    ‘Whirlwind’ perfectly summed up the crossover week of February into March 2019 as a raft of M A announcements ramped up throughout the week and essenially culminate in a new complexion on the global gases business.

  • art-waskey
    Features

    Creating open field success

    2019-03-01T16:25:00Z

    A sales person claiming to be the top annual producer at his company approached me with his concern that he had “hit the wall.”  In his analysis of his current schedule, he did not see a pathway for continued growth.

  • David-Schaer-Computers-Unlimited-President
    Features

    Uberize your industrial gas deliveries

    2019-02-04T14:35:00Z

    Most of us have experienced the benefits of using Uber ride service at one time or another. Uber has revolutionized an age-old transportation service and made it seamless and transparent to both company and customer.

  • Art Waskey
    Features

    The importance of life-long learning

    2019-01-04T16:08:00Z

    I recently completed a career that spanned 46 years and am now in a period of transition. At 68, I feel my best years are still ahead, and I attribute this attitude to my belief that there is always more to master. I am a committed life-long learner.