02-Jun-2008 - Praxair Inc.

Praxair Receives GE Award for Productivity

Praxair Cryomag Services, a subsidiary of Praxair Inc., was recently presented with a Productivity Award at the 2008 GE Healthcare Global Supplier Day.

As noted by GE Healthcare in its citation, "Praxair is a global supplier for delivering liquid helium to our MRI machines. Over the last two years, and servicing almost 600 magnets, Praxair has provided us with half a million dollars in variable cost productivity savings and cost avoidance. Praxair routinely goes above and beyond to service GE in many areas in need of support. GE Healthcare is pleased to present Praxair with the Productivity Award for their commitment to sharing their expertise and productivity."

Praxair Cryomag Services is a supplier of helium to the superconducting magnet industry and has provided customers with fast, efficient, professional service for superconducting magnets in a variety of applications. Customers experience the total service supply capabilities of cryogen, expert magnet maintenance, and industry-leading technical service.

Facts, background information, dossiers
  • GE
More about Praxair
More about GE Healthcare
  • News

    Tecan and GE Healthcare collaborate for high throughput process development

    Tecan and GE Healthcare are working together to bring increased quality and efficiency to process development. The collaboration between the two suppliers focuses on high throughput screening of protein purification conditions, using the combination of Tecan’s Freedom EVO® automated worksta ... more

    GE Healthcare to acquire Whatman plc

    GE Healthcare, a unit of General Electric Company , and Whatman plc announced that they have reached agreement on the terms of a recommended acquisition of Whatman by GE Healthcare. Under the terms of the transaction, each Whatman shareholder will receive 270 pence in cash for each Whatman ... more

    GE Healthcare to set up India's first Radiopharmacy Centre in Delhi

    GE Healthcare announced that it is setting up India's first Radiopharmacy Centre in the national capital, Delhi. The new Radiopharmacy Centre will offer isotopes and radiopharmaceuticals in unit doses to various nuclear medicine hospitals and healthcare centres in and around Delhi. Addition ... more