‘Complete Package of Supply, Installation, Training & Service’
Taylor-Wharton International’s TW Cryogenics unit has established a new liquefied natural gas team focused on the manufacture and supply of specialized cryogenic equipment for LNG bulk storage, transport and end-user applications.
“Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics is perfectly positioned to be a world-leading LNG equipment supplier,” said David Barr, who was recently hired as a new VP and general manager for LNG.
“We have global manufacturing capability, brilliant engineers and a huge demand from the LNG industry for another global supplier,” Barr said in a release.
Emmer, Cushman and Turvey from Chart
“We are currently focused on building the finest LNG management team possible to lead the development of a wide range of LNG products designed around the needs of the customer.
“This effort, along with regional strategic partnerships, will bring the complete LNG solution package of supply, installation, training and service to the end user and accelerate our growth,” Barr said.
Team members include Claus Emmer as applications development director and Bobby Cushman as director of global LNG sales. Both are veterans of Chart Industries, as is James Turvey, who is based at the TW Cyrogenics facility in Theodore, Ala. Also based at Theodore is Evan Lancaster.
“TW Cryogenics’ entrepreneurial spirit and LNG business strategy has caught the eye of the LNG industry, and many of the best and brightest people in the industry are interested in joining the team,” Taylor-Wharton CEO Eric Rottier said in the announcement.
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