Air Products bags medical gases supply contract in US

Air Products bags medical gases supply contract in US

6:04 AM, 21st June 2016
Air Products bags medical gases supply contract in US
Air Products’ corporate headquarters located in Lehigh Valley, US. (File photo)

LEHIGH VALLEY, US: Air Products and Chemicals Inc has signed a supplier contract agreement with Vizient Inc in US, to supply medical gases at negotiated pricing to Vizient’s membership of academic medical centers, pediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks, and non-acute healthcare providers who access the Vizient contract portfolio.

Air Products supplies medical gas customers from over 30 production facilities across the US, offering a variety of safe and reliable delivery options to match each customer’s specific requirements.

For small-volume users, Air Products offers its CryoEase microbulk solutions, which eliminate the hassle of cylinder handling and change-out. For large-volume customers, the company provides traditional bulk liquid and gas supply. Air Products gas experts can help customers determine the most economical supply option for their particular application and geographic location.

“We are pleased to be aligned with a trusted organization like Vizient,” said Sheryl Caswell, Air Products’ senior account manager, Medical. “We look forward to serving new customers with our usual high quality and reliability of service and showing them that with Air Products as their medical gas supplier, they can count on getting the medical gases they need, at the required purities, with worry-free service.”

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