02 October 2018
02 October 2018
Hexagon Ragasco has sold 15 million of its composite LPG cylinders worldwide.
Hexagon Ragasco reports that its composite cylinders have steadily gained recognition over the past 18 years and are today in use in over 70 countries and across a range of domestic, leisure and industrial applications. According to the company, its cylinders' user friendliness, durability and unmatched safety record enable LPG marketers to gain and retain market share while running cost-effective and safe operations.
"We are proud to reach the 15 million mark," says Skjalg S. Stavheim, Managing Director of Hexagon Ragasco. "This milestone embodies the trust that our customers have placed in our products. We have focused on bringing a better alternative to LPG storage in the past 18 years and are witnessing today how our products have set a new standard for LPG usage. We would like to thank our customers for their partnership and our employees for their dedication."
Hexagon Ragasco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hexagon Composites, started its operations in February 2000.
Photo provided by Hexagon Ragasco
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