The Decatur branch hosted the Greater Huntsville Section of the American Welding Society monthly meeting on 4.19.18. The program included a lecture on how welding gases are produced and included a tour of the fill plant. Holston Gases also provided a BBQ dinner for the entire group.
We were recently featured in the Winter 2018 issue of Wholesale Distribution International! You can read the story here.
Holston Gases Inc., co-hosted the 1st Mountain Invitational basketball games at the US Cellular Center in Asheville, NC. Hosting our friends from Asheville (UNC-Asheville), Spartanburg (Wofford College), Cullowhee (WCU) and High Point (High Point University). Thank you to all who attended.
Magnegas Corporation has announced the signing of an agreement with Holston Gases of Tennessee, US in which Holston will now be distributing the MagneGas2® fuel for metal cutting applications as an alternative to acetylene.
MagneGas has been working with Holston for almost one year, with multiple meetings and demonstrations completed as part of the Holston due diligence process.
Now this relationship has been firmed up with a distribution agreement that sees the MagneGas2 fuel take another step forward in the market.
”We identified Holston as a key potential distributor for the southeast and have been diligently pursuing the relationship ever since. We are honoured that Holston, after significant due diligence, selected MagneGas2. They are one of the largest independent industrial gas distributors in the country and present a significant opportunity for MagneGas as we continue to execute on our strategy to grow our industrial gas segment through these kind of marquee relationships,” stated Ermanno Santilli, CEO of MagneGas.
”We identified Holston as a key potential distributor for the southeast and have been diligently pursuing the relationship ever since”
Ermanno Santilli, CEO of MagneGas.
In an exclusive last week, MagneGas told gasworld about its view for the future of its innovative alternative fuel, having entered into its largest equipment sale to date with a German-based company, as well as numerous other agreements with the US Army, the Fire department of New York, and one of the largest auto manufacturers in the world.
This latest agreement with Holston signifies yet another success which demonstrates the company’s progress in the market.
Knoxville-based Holston Gases on Friday completed the acquisition of Doc Retail Inc, a division of Dearybury Oil and Gas, which operates in Cowpens, S.C. Holston Gases will merge the operation into its current facility in Spartanburg, S.C.
“We are very pleased to add the Doc Retail Inc. employees and customers into our organization,” Holston Gases president Robert Anders said in a news release. “This is a perfect fit and allows Holston to add residential and commercial propane into our already broad product offering.”
Holston Gases is a regional distributor of industrial, medical, and propane gases as well as welding, safety, and industrial supplies.
This is a picture from the National Welding Competition for SkillsUSA that is being held at the Alabama Robotics Technology Park in Tanner, AL. SkillsUSA is a U.S. career and technical organization that serves High School and College Students enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations.
The Decatur, AL, Holston Gases, branch supported them by providing gas and technical support for the week long event that concludes this Friday.
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