Eric Rottier, Chairman & CEO of Taylor-Wharton, named Director of The International Oxygen Manufacturers Association, Inc. (IOMA)
We are pleased to announce that Eric Rottier, Chairman & CEO of Taylor-Wharton, has been named one of the 14 Directors of The International Oxygen Manufacturers Association, Inc. (IOMA). Eric will be representing the Associate Members on behalf of Taylor-Wharton during his elected three-year term and is only the second Associate Member in IOMA’s history to be elected to this seat.
About Eric Rottier: Eric is Chairman & CEO of Taylor-Wharton, CEO of TOMCO2 Systems, and COO of Air Water America, Inc. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of Taylor-Wharton, TOMCO2 Systems, Air Water America, Air Water-AMCS as well as Wyoming, MN based All Safe Global and the Compressed Gas Association.
About Taylor-Wharton: Taylor-Wharton®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Water, Inc. of Japan, produces a comprehensive range of cryogenic equipment for storage, transportation, and regasification purpose catering to all aspects of the cold chain supply for Industrial Gas, Hydrogen, and LNG applications. Our products are used in fuel cell, trucking, marine, mine haul, liquefaction, oil and gas, drilling, municipalities, industrial, biomedical R&D, healthcare, bio banking, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, animal fertility and research, metal fabrication, medical, food and beverage, semiconductor, aerospace, construction, and petrochemical markets. Tracing its roots to 1742, TW celebrated its 275th Anniversary in 2017, and has been in the industrial gas industry for over 100 years. Visit Taylor-Wharton at www.twcryo.com.
About International Oxygen Manufacturers Association, Inc. (IOMA): IOMA began in 1943 as an association of United States “independent” gas producers. Over time, as the industry grew and the large gas companies joined, their membership changed to become truly worldwide. More than 55% of IOMA’s membership today is outside the U.S. – and the Association has active participation by the very top management of all of its members around the globe. IOMA’s purpose is to maintain a strong and effective as an organization to promote the well-being and expansion of the industrial and medical gas industry by encouraging input from, and supporting, a diverse membership which is drawn from all geographic, economic, and line-of-business segments worldwide. https://www.iomaweb.org/
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