Nitrex and Linde expand international marketing agreement for heat-treating services

September 26, 2023

Nitrex, based in Montreal, Canada, and Linde, headquartered in Woking, United Kingdom, have renewed and expanded their joint marketing agreement focused on heat-treating. Begun as a local agreement between Nitrex and Linde (formerly known as UPC-Marathon and Praxair, respectively) some thirteen years ago, it has now grown into an international marketing agreement that covers Europe and North America.

To date, Nitrex and Linde have collaborated on more than thirty projects. By leveraging their complementary offerings, they have upgraded crucial equipment and assisted customers in achieving high-quality results. Nitrex offers Linde customers equipment and analyses to regulate gas atmospheres. This is made possible by Nitrex’s experience in the heat treatment and electrical fields, as well as its technical solutions, support, and gas panels.

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“Our competencies complement each other,” shared Roman Grosman, National Director of Business Development for Linde in the US. “In the event that Linde’s heat treatment clients require equipment that we do not offer, Nitrex can meet this need.”

Paul Oleszkiewicz, president, CPO & CSO of UPC-Marathon, a Nitrex company, stated, “This continues to be a win-win relationship. We can supply Linde gas customers with process controls, and in turn, Linde offers a reliable gas supply network. We are both aiming for the highest quality, efficiency, performance, and a greener tomorrow and providing optimal service for our customers.”

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