Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LLC Announces Partnership with HAM Group

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The partnership with HAM, one of Europe’s leading LNG system providers, will offer North America complete installation services, creating one of the world’s most experienced LNG teams.

The new TW and HAM partnership will assure customers they will have on-time LNG system installations that perform at or above expectations.

Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LLC and The HAM Group announced today a strategic partnership in North America to provide equipment, installation, construction and service for North American LNG projects. Sales and engineering teams for upcoming projects will be provided by Taylor-Wharton CryoLNG while The HAM Group installation and service personnel will provide permitting, construction, installation and services for projects featuring Taylor-Wharton LNG equipment. Particular emphasis will be placed on the emerging High Horse Power (HHP) markets for marine, rail, industrial, E&P, LNG bunkering and mining uses of LNG.

The agreement combines North American based Taylor-Wharton, a leading worldwide LNG equipment manufacturer, with HAM Group, which has provided construction, installation and service for more than 300 LNG installations in Spain, Europe, the Caribbean and South America, including LNG vaporization stations -- a series of LNG fueling stations for heavy duty trucks and tank installations at larger LNG installations. Taylor-Wharton has been a pioneer in very large LNG tanks, offering shop-built vacuum insulated tanks of up to 1,000,000 gallons + (3,785 cubic meters +), which provide improved economics versus the traditional very large site-built storage tanks or larger quantities of smaller shop-built vacuum insulated tanks. The HAM Group has pioneered SCADA systems that track station performance and fuel levels to ensure timely fuel deliveries and to anticipate the need for service work.

“As LNG usage grows rapidly in North America, this agreement will help our LNG customers and especially new users to have the confidence that there installations will be trouble free,” said Dave Barr, vice president / general manager of CryoLNG for Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LLC. “Taylor-Wharton has the experience in cryogenic equipment design and technology, and we have committed resources in manufacturing to meet the upcoming rapid demand curve,” Barr said.

“The HAM Group brings unparalleled experience in the construction of complete LNG system design and construction,” Barr continued. “The new TW and HAM partnership will assure customers they will have on-time LNG system installations that perform at or above expectations.”

About Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics

TW Cryogenics LLC designs and manufacturers a comprehensive range of stationary bulk and portable cryogenic storage systems for gas and liquid applications. The company, which traces its roots to 1742, operates manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States, Malaysia, China, Slovak Republic, Germany, and Australia; thereby being strategically positioned to support the world’s major industrial markets. The extensive Taylor-Wharton product range includes cryogenic bulk tanks, micro-bulk tanks, transportable liquid cylinders, LNG (liquefied natural gas) storage and application systems, cryogenic beverage carbonation vessels, and freezers and dewars for cryopreservation.

Taylor-Wharton recently relocated the corporate headquarters to Minnetonka, MN, under the leadership of Eric Rottier, who was appointed CEO in May of 2012. For more information, visit http://www.taylorwharton.com.

About The HAM Group

The HAM Group Cryogenic Division, HAM Criogénica, has built more than 300 LNG vaporizing plants as well as re-fuelling stations of which almost 200 are monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure uninterrupted service. LNG deliveries are automatically scheduled so that no plant runs into short supply of the liquefied fuel. Through its experience as a highly specialized engineering company and its experience as an end user, HAM Criogénica has developed very simple and efficient LNG and LCNG re-fuelling stations. For more information, visit http://www.ham.es or email ham(at)ham(dot)es.

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