Taylor-Wharton Announces Price Increase for CryoScience Business Unit

Taylor-Wharton has announced a price increase for their CryoScience biological specimen storage freezers.

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Taylor-Wharton continues to aggressively pursue cost reduction programs and increase operation efficiencies while maintaining the highest standards for safety and quality. In addition we strive to give our customers the best possible product value.

Minnetonka, MN (PRWEB) June 27, 2014

Taylor-Wharton has announced a price increase for their CryoScience biological specimen storage freezers effective September 1, 2014. Taylor-Wharton products subject to this price increase are LABS and K-series freezers.

The reasons for the current price increases are the rising costs of raw materials, parts and freight. The price increase will be 2.0%.    

Andrew Pazahanick, Vice President & General Manager Taylor-Wharton CryoScience Business Unit, said, “Taylor-Wharton continues to aggressively pursue cost reduction programs and increase operation efficiencies while maintaining the highest standards for safety and quality. In addition we strive to give our customers the best possible product value.”

About Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics, LLC

Taylor-Wharton produces a comprehensive range of bulk and portable cryogenic storage systems. The company’s manufacturing facilities in the United States, Malaysia, China and the Slovak Republic, in addition to its warehouse locations in Germany and Australia, strategically position Taylor-Wharton to support the world’s major lifescience, industrial gas and LNG markets. Taylor-Wharton’s extensive engineered product menu includes cryogenic liquid storage equipment for industrial gases, cryogenic biological specimen storage systems, and LNG (liquefied natural gas) bulk cryogenic storage vessels. Founded in 1742, Taylor-Wharton is the oldest metal-working company in continuous operation in the United States.

Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics website: http://www.taylorwharton.com.


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