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Chart Industries to move to NYSE

January 19, 2021HME News Staff

ATLANTA – Chart Industries announced Jan. 18 that it plans to transfer the listing of its common stock to the New York Stock Exchange from the NASDAQ stock exchange effective Feb. 1, 2021. The stock will continue to trade under the ticker symbol GTLS and will continue to trade on the NASDAQ until the transfer is complete. “We are pleased to join the NYSE, the world’s largest stock exchange with world-class listed companies, to further reach global investors and shareholders,”...

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Caire now covers all of Florida

February 14, 2017HME News Staff

BALL GROUND, Ga. - Caire, a Chart Industries company, has opened a new authorized service center in Lake City, Fla. Through a partnership with Oxygen Sales & Service, the new 3,500-square-foot facility will have eight employees. Services at the new center include pick-up and delivery in select locations, fast turnaround, and factory-authorized warranty and out-of-warranty repairs for the Caire portfolio of oxygen concentrators, according to a press release. “Expanding our capabilities...

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Chart Industries taps Quality Medical for repairs

February 7, 2017HME News Staff

BALL GROUND, Ga. - Chart Industries has appointed Largo, Fla.-based Quality Medical as the authorized service center for its customers in the Southeast. Quality Medical will perform both warranty and non-warranty service for Chart products from its new service facility in Cartersville, Ga. Chart manufactures the AirSep, CAIRE and SeQual brands of stationary and portable oxygen concentrators. “Quality Medical is an experienced service provider for a wide range of biomedical equipment and will...

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Conventional 02: 'It's declining, not dying'

June 19, 2015John Andrews

Handling the traditional oxygen side of the respiratory business is likely to be a shrinking segment for most home medical equipment providers. The technology breakthroughs that led to stationary and portable oxygen concentrators have advanced the industry so far forward that conventional tanks and delivery seem like relics of yesteryear.Even so, traditional oxygen still occupies a notable space within HME and providers need to figure out how they can manage the operation for a nominal profit or...

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Short Takes: American Medical Sales and Repair, Chart Industries, Invacare

June 18, 2015HME News Staff

American Medical Salesand Chart Industries have partnered to donate a new SeQual eQuinox portable oxygen concentrator to 6-year-old Cooper Anglemyer after Medicaid refused to pay for it. Anglemyer suffers from chronic lung disease and requires constant oxygen and a full-time nurse to monitor his oxygen levelsÖInvacarewill be a national host sponsor and the official wheelchair of the 35th National Veterans Wheelchair Games. Presented by Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Department of Veterans...

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Chart to buy AirSep for $180M

July 26, 2012HME News Staff

CLEVELAND - Chart Industries has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AirSep Corp. for $170 million in cash and up to $10 million in assumed debt, the companies announced this week.The deal allows Chart to supplement its BioMedical Group's oxygen product offerings and provides a growth platform for on-site air separation gas generation for industrial segments, according to a release.“The acquisition also represents an attractive and stable complement to our large and rapidly growing...

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May 24, 2010HME News Staff

Mal Mixon suffers stroke ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare CEO and Chairman of the Board Mal Mixon recently suffered a mild stroke and will take a temporary medical leave of absence, the company reported April 30. "I have suffered a mild stroke, but fortunately, my condition is stable and my doctors have told me the prognosis for a full recovery is favorable," Mixon stated in a release. Gerry Blouch, president and COO, will serve as interim CEO. James Boland, Invacare's lead director and a member of the board...

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