Linde investment cements China electronics gas supply

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Praxair subsidiaries receive CSR awards

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Messer Americas celebrates one year

first_imgWithin the two-minute video, Messer Americas also showcased its front cover featuring on the May issue of gasworld US.With over 70 production facilities in five countries across North and South America, Messer Americas is one of the largest industrial gas companies in this region.As part of The Messer Group, the company offers over 120 years of proven expertise in the safe and reliable production and delivery of industrial, medical and specialty gases.Read more like this – subscribe todayEnjoyed this story? Subscribe to gasworld today and take advantage of even more great insights and exclusives in industrial gases.Visit www.gasworld.com/subscribe to access all content and choose the right subscription for you. The industrial gas company came to market on 1st March (2019) when Messer Group and CVC Capital Partners Fund VII announced the completion of the planned acquisition of certain businesses in North and South America from Linde plc.Now, to celebrate its one-year anniversary, Messer has launched a video sharing photos and key milestones from the past year. Some milestones highlighted in the video include the new air separation unit (ASU) in Indianapolis and the carbon dioxide plant in California.Messer to build new $38m ASU in IndianapolisMesser to build CO2 plant in Californialast_img read more

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Comments Invited for Raritan Bay Project

first_imgThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, has announced the release of the Draft Feasibility Report for the Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, Highlands, NJ, Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study and the opening of the public comment period on those documents. The public review and comment period started last week and will end on August 17, 2015.With the passage of the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013, the Army Corps has been given the authority and funding to complete ongoing coastal storm damage risk management projects and studies in the Northeast, including the Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, Highlands, NJ, Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study.USACE representatives will be available to discuss the draft Feasibility Report with members of the public at the Henry Hudson Regional High School on July 22, 2015, at 7:30 P.M.The Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, Highlands, NJ, Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study is a partnership between the Army Corps and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.[mappress mapid=”20858″]last_img read more

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Poor old us

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Brains, not buildings

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First Tadano for Southern

first_imgSouthern Crane president Earl Johnson said that the 168 ft (51.2 m) main boom and 59 ft (17.9 m) jib length combination was very attractive, since it allows for quick set up and disassembly, even in conditions where room is limited.Johnson said that the ATF90G-4 will be used for work on cellular towers, modular homes and HVAC, for example.”We really like the interior tilt controls and seat which give the operator very good visibility,” he added.  www.tadano.comwww.southernindustrial.comlast_img

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Debt protocol plan revised to reduce burden for creditors

first_imgPractitioners are being asked for their views on a second consultation for creating a protocol for debt claims.The new debt protocol has been proposed by the Civil Procedure Rule Committee with the aim of reducing the number of cases that end up in court.The committee proposed its first draft of the protocol last year but following responses to a consultation, a number of amendments have been made.In a letter to practitioners to be sent out next week, the CPRC says respondents are concerned about the volume of paperwork and information that creditors would be required to provide.Solicitors have warned in the past about the risk of making the litigation process more confusing and adding unnecessary delays or costs to debt recovery claims.The committee said providing debtors with sufficient information to obtain advice prior to a claim remains a ‘key principle’. But the protocol will be restructured to reduce the documentation burden on creditors.A two-stage approach will be adopted, whereby some information will be provided to debtors as of right, with other documents available on request.Debtors will also be provided with an information sheet to set out their rights and obligations in plain English, after concerns were raised that the language was too difficult for people to understand.The second consultation opens on Monday and lasts for eight weeks.The debt protocol was recommended by Lord Justice Jackson in his final report reviewing civil litigation costs and was under discussion as far back as 1996 in Lord Woolf’s report on access to justice.last_img read more

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Peers alarmed at Henry VIII powers in divorce bill

first_imgThe House of Lords has urged the government to chop elements of the divorce bill that would enable the lord chancellor to radically alter the reforms without parliamentary scrutiny.The Lords’ delegated powers and regulatory reform committee has been scrutinising the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which the government says will end ‘needless antagonism’, and published its findings and recommendations last week.The bill introduces a minimum six-month period between the first and final stages of the divorce process. This comprises 20 weeks between the start of proceedings and confirmation to the court that a divorce confirmation can be made, and six weeks between a conditional divorce order and final dissolution.Ministers have described the minimum timeframe as a ‘key element of the reformed legal process’ which gives couples an opportunity for reflection.However, the Lord committee says the new sections of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 and Civil Partnership Act 2004 confer so-called Henry VIII powers on the lord chancellor to shorten the timeframe between the first and second stage of the divorce process.According to the report, the government submits that the lord chancellor would be able to make adjustments if ‘policy considerations’ made it appropriate. However, the committee says the government ‘has given no consideration at all as to what the policy considerations might be’ and calls it a ‘very weak justification for an important Henry VIII power’.The committee says: ‘New section 1(8) of the MCA permits a court to reduce the length of either stage of the divorce process in a particular case. This might allow a judge to shorten either stage if, for example, there is an urgent need to finalise a divorce in order to protect an applicant from an abusive spouse or civil partner. It is therefore wholly unclear to us why the government need to have powers which allow them to change the length of both stages for all divorces.’The government also argues that the powers re-enact existing legislation.However, the committee disagrees: ‘Existing legislation allows only for the alteration of the period between a decree nisi and a decree absolute or (for a civil partnership) between a conditional and final dissolution order. In contrast, the new powers conferred by this bill could be used in a way which radically altered the rationale for the revised divorce process.’The government is told to remove the clauses from the bill ‘on the ground that they contain an inappropriate delegation of power’.Narrower powers could be acceptable but the committee says the lord chancellor should first consult judges, the Law Society and divorce lawyers.last_img read more

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EuroMaint wins Arlanda Express refurbishment

first_imgSWEDEN: EuroMaint Rail has won a SKr100m contract to refurbish the Arlanda Express trainsets. ‘The fleet of seven Arlanda Express trains is to be given a brand new, modern design’, said Per Thorstenson, Chief Executive of A-Train, operator of the dedicated shuttle service from Stockholm C to the capital’s main airport. EuroMaint Rail’s site at Malmö will carry out an extensive exterior and interior refurbishment of the four-car 200 km/h EMUs, which were built by Alstom and entered service in 1999. The work will begin in February 2010, to specifications developed by Idesign, and will provide an increase in capacity. ‘It is exciting to work with such a well thought out and modern design, and we will also be well prepared for the maintenance of the ‘new’ rolling stock once they return into service,’ said EuroMaint Rail CEO Mats Önner. Airport operator LFV has begun a trial of automatic check-in at Stockholm C station for passengers flying with Norwegian, Finnair and Höga Kusten.last_img read more

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