A-Gas, a global leader in the supply and lifecycle management of refrigerants, clean agent fire suppression and performance chemicals, has announced its expansion into Canada.
The business in Canada will be led by Louise McCann who has worked within A-Gas for 14 years and has managed other regions of the A-Gas business, most recently, Asia Pacific. When asked about the Canada expansion, Louise said: “A-Gas recognises Canada as a country where we can leverage our skills and expertise from around the globe to develop innovative and sustainable market solutions. It is our intention to become a large-scale, long term market participant and we are committed to furthering our investment directly in Canada to enable this. A-Gas already has some strong relationships within Canada, having participated in the reclaimed refrigerant market for several years.”
Jim Flowers, will join the team as the new business director of A-Gas Canada. Jim was previously manager of market development for packaged chemicals and refrigerants for Linde Canada. He said: “The recent implementation of the HFC allowance system in Canada will bring new challenges and opportunities in the Canadian market for real change. I am excited about the opportunity with A-Gas to make instrumental changes to support this developing market.”
A-Gas is an international company with trading subsidiaries in Europe, South Africa, Australia, China, Singapore, Thailand and the Americas. The company continues to grow worldwide; it has acquired four refrigerant businesses since the mid-2017 investment in the company by private equity firm, KKR, and continues to expand into new markets (such as Canada) as part of A-Gas’ wider global growth plan.
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