One step closer to interoperability: Applying SNOMED CT’s engine to the International Patient Summary

In 2022, SNOMED International will extend the core of SNOMED CT’s structured clinical terminology to deliver an open, standalone sub-ontology to support the scope of content within the International Patient Summary (IPS) under a Creative Commons license.

London, United Kingdom, Nov. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — At SNOMED International’s recent October Business Meetings held in London, the organization’s governance bodies enacted a decision to extend the core of SNOMED CT’s structured clinical terminology to deliver an open, standalone sub-ontology to support the scope of content within the International Patient Summary (IPS.)

The IPS is an electronic health record extract containing essential healthcare information for use in the unscheduled, cross-border care scenario, as well as for local, regional and other care scenarios. It is a minimal, non-exhaustive set of data elements defined by ISO/EN 17269 and delivered by HL7 in both CDA and FHIR using a curated set of SNOMED CT terms.

There is a groundswell of support across all health sectors to increase the portability and usability of patient information for the purpose of safe health care delivery. In 2019, SNOMED International and HL7 International announced the formalization of a license agreement in which a relevant ‘Free for Use’ Set of SNOMED CT coded concepts would be used within the HL7 IPS. Most recently, we watched as G7 leaders collaborated to release a communique on the dire need to progress a global health interoperability agenda. IBM offers a working definition of interoperability as “the timely and secure access, integration and use of electronic health data so that it can be used to optimize health outcomes for individuals and populations.”  The G7 communique, which highlighted the importance of enabling digital healthcare systems worldwide to work together seamlessly as patients move between providers, facilities and even countries, is an impactful statement that rippled throughout the global health community. A charge taken up by the Global Digital Health Partnership, it is one SNOMED International is eager to support.

Embracing a collaborative approach, “SNOMED International has been pleased to continue to work with HL7 International and partners across Europe and beyond to define SNOMED CT content for use in the International Patient Summary,” offered SNOMED International Management Board Chair, Joanne Burns.

Continuing to act in the spirit of the IPS Freeset, SNOMED International has committed to create and release an openly available IPS sub-ontology in the first half of 2022 to enhance the existing cross border movement of information, and ultimately health system interoperability. Unlike SNOMED International’s Global Patient Set, a flat list of SNOMED CT codes and terms, an IPS sub-ontology will provide implementers with a product that can be used in healthcare solutions using the power of SNOMED CT through its query language and hierarchies for the specified scope. Use of the IPS sub-ontology will allow for more effective use of clinical data analytics and decision support, and for Artificial Intelligence applications.

Alex Elias, Chair of SNOMED International’s General Assembly, the organization’s Member governance body, has observed a significant increase in discussion regarding the IPS. “2021 has seen increased interest by governments and Health and Care organizations globally for implementing the IPS to enhance timely cross border health information flow and interoperability. This has been a primary driver in SNOMED International supporting this recent initiative to make the IPS sub-ontology openly available with SNOMED CT content.“

An organization with an extensive history and active program of collaboration, SNOMED International CEO, Don Sweete, has played a pivotal role in positioning the IPS sub-ontology as a ‘soon to be achieved’ reality. “As the G7 Health Ministers recently indicated, the importance of enabling digital healthcare systems worldwide to work together seamlessly so patients don’t suffer as they move between providers, facilities and even countries is a sentiment that has rippled throughout the global health community”, offered Sweete. He went on to state that, “continued work with fellow health standards development, national, clinical and technical entities, SNOMED International will dedicate resources to achieve the goal of digital health interoperability.” Sweete added, “equipping the IPS, already one of the best examples of international collaboration among standards bodies, with the full capability of SNOMED CT’s ontological design is a significant action that we can contribute to achieving health information access gains for patients.”

Over the coming months, SNOMED International is formalizing the steps and due diligence required to make the IPS sub-ontology available for broad release. Throughout this period, SNOMED International will continue to define the IPS sub-ontology, from content through to its release and maintenance approach for launch in the first half of 2022.

Visit SNOMED International’s IPS Sub-Ontology information page or subscribe to the organization’s news service to learn more as this initiative progresses. For additional information, contact


About SNOMED International

SNOMED International is a not-for-profit organization that owns and develops SNOMED CT, the world’s most comprehensive healthcare terminology product. We play an essential role in improving the health of humankind by determining standards for a codified language that represents groups of clinical terms. This enables healthcare information to be exchanged globally for the benefit of patients and other stakeholders. We are committed to the rigorous evolution of our products and services, to deliver continuous innovation for the global healthcare community. SNOMED International is the trading name of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation.


Kelly Kuru
SNOMED International

US Nurses Leaving Hospital Bedsides


“I could not understand how this highly educated, powerful trauma nurse is now the patient.”

A registered nurse who asks that we call her “Gi” is talking about herself. While working in the emergency room of her community hospital at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gi started crying unconsolably, unable to speak or function. She was having a panic attack and was later hospitalized in an in-patient psychiatric facility, diagnosed with PTSD. Gi is back at a hospital bedside now – as a hospice nurse.

A pandemic of nurses suffering

Gi is not alone. The number of nurses with mental health issues has grown substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic. A survey by the International Council of Nurses (ICN) shows that the number of nurses reporting mental health issues since the pandemic started has risen from 60% to 80% in many countries.

“Nurses are suffering,” says ICN CEO Howard Catton. He cites violent attacks, “along with the exhaustion, grief and fear faced by nurses who are caring for patients.”

The American Nurses Foundation says 1 of 3 nurses indicate they are “emotionally unhealthy.”

‘Normal systems breaking down’

Nurses say the mental health strain arises from a variety of issues.The industry was already facing a staffing shortage prior to COVID-19, and many nurses juggled multiple jobs caring for increasing numbers of patients.Now the recommended ratio of 1 nurse for 2 patients is stretched to a ratio of 1 to 3, to the detriment of patients and nurses alike.

“Clara,” who has spent her career as a nurse, says she’s up against “tremendous workloads, tremendous volumes, with not enough resources.”One misstep can make the difference between life and death – and potentially ruin a career.

“It’s a constant pressure on your shoulders, a constant downward pressure, you have to move faster, you have to do better, you have to work harder,” she said.

Alex Kaspin was suffering from a panic disorder from being overworked, overtired and overwhelmed. She recently stepped away from a Philadelphia emergency room when the COVID-19 numbers were matched by the city’s rising homicide rate.

“At that point,” says Kaspin, “all normal systems were breaking down.” Kaspin says her hospital was operating in a “triage situation.” It did not have enough nurses to attend to patients in regular rooms.So the emergency room was filled with in-patients, and the waiting room became the emergency room.

‘Please give me the vaccine now’

Between rising violence in the United States and the increase in COVID-19 patients, Kaspin felt she could not deliver health care at the standards she set for herself.Adding to the stress were patients unvaccinated against COVID-19.

She is haunted by her memories of several COVID-19 patients in their 20s. “Right before we put the breathing tube down, the last thing they say is. ‘I want the vaccine now. Please give me the vaccine now.’ “

Pennsylvanian Jen Partyka calls vaccine hesitancy a willful ignorance she’s never seen in her 27 years of nursing.

“You are willfully creating a situation that I can’t keep up with as a nurse manager,” says Partyka. She will always do her best for her patients, she says, but she feels differently when she learns they are unvaccinated.“You are willfully harming others.”

Experts say getting more people vaccinated will tremendously lower patient numbers.

Chip Kahn is the president and CEO of the Federation of American Hospitals. He says there is no “short term, magic bullet,” but what is needed is “less COVID.”

No more banging pots of support

Abigail Donley worked in a Manhattan ICU during the early phases of the pandemic.She left her job to co-found IMPACT in Healthcare to work to change policies to benefit workers and patients.IMPACT’s December campaign promotes safe staffing levels.

Donley says nurses were once viewed as COVID-19 heroes.“People were banging the pots for them at seven o’clock, but now they can’t get a raise,” Donley said on Skype. “They can’t get a bonus. They can’t get child care. They don’t have maternal health care.”

A growing number of nurses are leaving the hospital bedside for a less daunting work schedule and better pay.Travel nursing agencies send nurses where they are needed to stem the dwindling staffing numbers, offering as much as triple the salary that other nurses receive.

“Michelle” helped set up the COVID-19 unit at the hospital where she had worked for 10 years.This month she left her $30-an-hour registered nursing job to be a travel nurse in an intensive care unit in another city. She calls her new salary “crazy.”

“I’m leaving that system and going to a travel nursing position, and I’ll be making $120 an hour,” she told VOA.

Kahn says agencies are “gouging” hospitals when they offer travel nurses such high salaries. He agrees it is much better to have a strong, in-house team rather than temporary staffing.

When asked why hospitals don’t retain veteran nurses by offering higher salaries and other benefits, Kahn says, “There’s no way that that any institution could afford to pay the broad base of their nurses anywhere near what they’re paying for the travel nurses.”




Source: Voice of America


European Nations Add Boosters, Plan Shots for Children Amid COVID Surge

European countries expanded COVID-19 booster vaccinations, began plans to get shots to young children and tightened some curbs Thursday as the continent battled a surge in coronavirus cases and concerns about its economic fallout grew.

Slovakia went into a two-week lockdown, and the Czech government declared a 30-day state of emergency involving early closure of bars and clubs and a ban on Christmas markets. Germany crossed the threshold of 100,000 COVID-19-related deaths.

Europe is at the heart of the latest COVID-19 wave, reporting a million new infections about every two days and now accounting for nearly two-thirds of new infections worldwide.

The European Commission proposed Thursday that EU residents would need to have booster shots if they wanted to travel to another country in the bloc next summer without the need for tests or quarantines.

More boosters in France

In France, authorities announced that booster shots would be made available to everyone over 18, rather than just the over-65s and those with underlying health issues.

Many countries are rolling out or increasing the use of booster shots, although the World Health Organization wants the most vulnerable people worldwide to be fully vaccinated first.

In Africa, where just 6.6% of the population of 1.2 billion is fully vaccinated, many countries are struggling with the logistics of accelerating their inoculation campaigns as deliveries of vaccines finally pick up, the head of Africa’s disease control body said Thursday.

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control on Wednesday recommended vaccine boosters for all adults, with priority for those over 40.

The number of new daily cases in Germany hit a record of 75,961 on Thursday and its total death toll reached 100,119 since the start of the pandemic, according to the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases.

Data showed the surge is weighing on consumer morale in Germany, Europe’s largest economy, dampening business prospects in the Christmas shopping season.

Shots for young kids

There is a growing push in some countries for vaccinating young children.

The EU’s medicines watchdog Thursday approved use of Pfizer and BioNTech’s vaccine in 5- to 11-year-olds at a lower dose, after authorizing it for children as young as 12 in May. The European Commission is expected to issue a final decision Friday.

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic were preparing to inoculate younger children following the European Medicines Agency’s approval, although deliveries of the lower doses are not due until December 20.

In France, where the number of infections is doubling every 11 days, Health Minister Olivier Veran said he would ask health regulators to examine whether 5- to 11-year-olds should be able to get vaccinated.

Nearly half a million lives across Europe have been saved because of vaccinations, among people aged 60 years and over since the vaccine roll-out began, the World Health Organization’s regional office said Thursday in a study with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

Stricter curbs

Many European countries are toughening curbs. The state of emergency announced by the Czech Republic allows the government to order restrictions on public life. Authorities there ordered bars and clubs to close at 10 p.m., banned Christmas markets and capped attendance at cultural and sports events at 1,000 people.

Slovakia’s two-week lockdown from Thursday followed neighboring Austria, which began a lockdown Monday. Slovakia, with one of the EU’s lowest vaccination rates, reported a critical situation in hospitals and new infections that topped global tables.

Authorities ordered all but essential shops and services closed and banned people from traveling outside their districts unless going to work, school or a doctor. Gatherings of more than six people were banned.

French authorities said rules on wearing face masks would be tightened and checks on health passes used for entry to public places would be increased. But officials said there was no need to follow European countries that have reimposed lockdowns.

In Germany, Greens co-leader Annalena Baerbock said the new government, comprising the Social Democrats (SPD), Greens and Free Democrats (FDP), had set itself 10 days to decide if further restrictions would be needed.

Much of Germany already has introduced rules to restrict access to indoor activities to people who have been vaccinated or have recovered.

Warning in Netherlands

In the Netherlands, the number of coronavirus patients in hospital has hit levels not seen since early May, and experts have warned that hospitals will reach full capacity in little more than a week if the virus is not contained.

The Dutch government said it would take strong measures to curb infections. National broadcaster NOS reported Thursday that the government’s leading Outbreak Management Team had advised the closure of restaurants, bars and nonessential stores by 5 p.m. as part of a new package of lockdown measures.

Source: Voice of America

Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group da Nikkiso Anuncia a Criação de Instalações Navais Expandidas na Coreia

TEMECULA, Califórnia, Nov. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — O Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (Grupo), subsidiária da Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japão), tem o orgulho de anunciar a expansão das nossas instalações em Busan na Coreia para acomodar o novo Centro Naval deles. Esta expansão representa o compromisso e apoio deles ao crescimento da indústria de construção naval coreana.

A nova e maior instalação fornece soluções marítimas de sistema completo e servirá como a base do Grupo para todas as atividades marítimas da Coreia. Como instalação unificada da Nikkiso, eles fornecerão soluções marítimas, incluindo skids de bombas, vaporizadores, controles, skids de gás combustível de alta pressão, serviços e muito mais. A instalação inclui capacidades completas de testes criogênicos, e equipe expandida de engenheiros de concepção, gerentes de produção e projetos.

A área naval tem sido um dos principais focos do Grupo, e essa expansão proporciona uma forte estrutura de suporte para o crescimento futuro. A nova instalação está perfeitamente localizada na região para apoiar os principais clientes e proporcionar crescimento antecipado do foco da indústria naval em energia limpa. Com aproximadamente 4.000 metros quadrados, a instalação está equipada para fabricar bombas criogênicas, skid de vaporizador FGSS, skids de estação LH2, skids de processo, e também contará com a mais recente instalação de teste de skid de bomba LN2. O local também inclui um centro de serviço de 342 metros quadrados.

De acordo com Daryl Lamy, Presidente da Nikkiso Cryogenic Pumps: “a Nikkiso ACD é o fornecedor preferido de skids de Gás Combustível para a indústria de construção naval coreana há mais de 20 anos! Com a nossa nova instalação de embalagem e teste de skid localizada perto dos estaleiros na Coreia, agora temos ainda maior capacidade e suporte local para atender ao substancial aumento e demanda global por novas embarcações de transporte e carga movidas a GNL.”

De acordo com Peter Wagner, CEO da Cryogenic Industries e Presidente do Grupo: “Este é um próximo passo empolgante e um marco importante para o nosso Grupo e para o mercado Naval movido a GNL, além de ser um benefício significativo para os nossos clientes da área Naval. A Nikkiso CE&IG agora pode fornecer sistemas e soluções completas para nossos clientes com suporte total da fábrica.”

Informações de Contato:

Nikkiso Clean Energy e Industrial Gases – Coreia
Matriz e Fábrica         : 83, Nosan sanup jung-ro, Gangseo-gu, Busan, 46752, Coreia do Sul
Escritório              : #1912, 170 Ganggyo jungang-ro, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon,
Gyuenggi 16614 Coreia do Sul

A Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (agora membro da Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) fabrica equipamentos de processamento de gás criogênico projetados e plantas de processo de pequena escala para as indústrias de gás natural liquefeito (GNL), serviços de poços e gás industrial. Fundada há mais de 50 anos, a Cryogenic Industries é a empresa controladora da ACD, Cosmodyne e Cryoquip, e de um grupo comumente controlado de aproximadamente 20 entidades operacionais.

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Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group annonce la création d’une installation maritime agrandie en Corée

TEMECULA, Californie, 24 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (ci-après le « Groupe »), filiale de Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japon), est fière d’annoncer l’agrandissement de son usine de Pusan (Corée) en vue d’accueillir son nouveau centre maritime. Ce projet d’extension traduit son engagement et son soutien en faveur de la croissance du secteur coréen de la construction navale.

Le nouveau site, doté d’une envergure plus étendue, vise à produire des solutions maritimes complètes et à servir de base à l’ensemble des activités maritimes du Groupe en Corée. En qualité de site unifié de Nikkiso, l’enterprise fournira des solutions maritimes, notamment des patins de pompe, vaporisateurs, systèmes de commande, patins de gaz combustible à haute pression, ainsi que des services et bien plus encore. L’installation comprend des capacités de test cryogénique complètes et un personnel élargi comprenant des ingénieurs de conception, des responsables de production et des chefs de projet.

Le secteur maritime constitue une priorité majeure du Groupe, et cet agrandissement met à sa disposition une structure solide en vue de soutenir sa croissance future. La situation de la nouvelle installation est idéale dans la région pour desservir sa clientèle stratégique et assurer une croissance anticipée de l’accent mis par l’industrie maritime sur les énergies propres. D’une superficie d’environ 4 000 mètres carrés, le site de production est équipé pour fabriquer et produire des pompes cryogéniques, patins de vaporisateur FGSS, patins de station LH2 et patins de traitement, et il comprendra la dernière installation d’essai des patins de pompe LN2. Il comprend également un centre de service de 342 mètres carrés.

Selon Daryl Lamy, président de Nikkiso Cryogenic Pumps, « Nikkiso ACD est le fournisseur de patins pour gaz combustibles privilégié par l’industrie coréenne de la construction navale depuis plus de 20 ans ! Grâce à notre nouveau site de conditionnement et d’essai des patins localisé à proximité des chantiers navals en Corée, nous disposons désormais d’une capacité et d’un soutien local encore plus grands pour répondre à la croissance et à la demande mondiales significatives en matière de nouveaux navires de transport et de fret alimentés par GNL ».

Peter Wagner, président-directeur général de Cryogenic Industries et président du Groupe, a pour sa part déclaré : « Il s’agit d’une nouvelle étape prometteuse et d’un tournant important important pour notre Groupe et pour le marché maritime propulsé par GNL, ainsi que d’un avantage significatif pour nos clients du secteur maritime. Nikkiso CE&IG sera désormais capable de fournir des systèmes complets et de soutenir ses clients avec une solution entièrement prise en charge en usine ».

Contact :

Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases – Corée
Siège social et usine         : 83, Nosan sanup jung-ro, Gangseo-gu, Busan, 46752, Corée
Succursale                : #1912, 170 Ganggyo jungang-ro, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon,
Gyuenggi 16614 Corée

Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (aujourd’hui membre de Nikkiso Co., Ltd) et ses entreprises membres fabriquent des équipements et petites usines de traitement du gaz cryogénique pour les secteurs du gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL), des services d’entretien de puits et du gaz industriel. Fondée il y a plus de 50 ans, Cryogenic Industries est la société-mère d’ACD, Cosmodyne et de Cryoquip, ainsi qu’un groupe administré en commun comptant une vingtaine d’entités opérationnelles.

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Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries devient partenaire agréé du marché secondaire nord-américain pour Tatsuno

TEMECULA, Californie, 24 nov. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Le groupe d’énergie propre et de gaz industriels Nikkiso (« Nikkiso ») a annoncé la signature d’un protocole d’accord avec Tatsuno North America, Inc. (« Tatsuno ») en vue d’initier une coopération en tant que partenaire agréé sur le marché secondaire de ses distributeurs d’hydrogène en Amérique du Nord et d’établir un cadre de coopération.

Conformément aux termes du protocole d’accord, Nikkiso fournira des pièces de rechange, des services de maintenance et de réparation des distributeurs d’hydrogène de Tatsuno à partir de son réseau d’Amérique du Nord, situé à proximité des stations de recharge d’hydrogène de l’utilisateur final. En outre, Nikkiso installera et mettra en service de nouveaux distributeurs, y compris la fourniture de services d’assistance technique et de pré-configuration pour les systèmes de recharge et de gestion de flotte de Tatsuno.

La distribution d’hydrogène est un nouveau marché en développement et un élément important de la solution de station de ravitaillement en hydrogène. Ces distributeurs assurent un ravitaillement sûr et rapide pour les véhicules utilitaires légers et lourds à 350 barg et 700 barg.

« Le partenariat nouvellement formé avec Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries et Tatsuno renforce notre présence sur le marché de l’hydrogène et nous permet de mieux desservir les marchés nord-américains », a déclaré Teru Murakami, responsable de l’activité de cryogénie commerciale de Nikkiso Co., Ltd. « Nous avons à cœur de fournir à nos clients un service et une assistance de qualité supérieure », a-t-il ajouté.

La société Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries a été choisie pour ce nouveau partenariat à long terme en raison de ses relations et de son expérience dans le domaine de l’hydrogène. La société est également en mesure de fournir des services étendus, y compris des solutions complètes de ravitaillement en hydrogène. Ce partenariat apportera également de nouveaux emplois à l’économie de services locale.

Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (aujourd’hui membre de Nikkiso Co., Ltd) et ses entreprises membres fabriquent des équipements et petites usines de traitement du gaz cryogénique pour les secteurs du gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL), des services d’entretien de puits et du gaz industriel. Fondée il y a plus de 50 ans, Cryogenic Industries est la société-mère d’ACD, de Cosmodyne et de Cryoquip, ainsi qu’un groupe administré en commun comptant une vingtaine d’entités opérationnelles.

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Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries torna-se parceiro autorizado de mercado secundário da Tatsuno na América do Norte

TEMECULA, Calif., Nov. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — O Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (“Nikkiso”) da Nikkiso anunciou a assinatura de um Memorando de Entendimento (MOU) com a Tatsuno North America, Inc. (“Tatsuno”) para iniciar a cooperação como Parceiro Autorizado de Mercado Secundário de seus Dispensadores de Hidrogênio na América do Norte para a criação de uma base de cooperação.

Sob os termos do MOU, a Nikkiso fornecerá peças de reposição, serviços de manutenção e reparo dos Dispensadores de Hidrogênio da Tatsuno através da rede de instalações da Nikkiso na América do Norte que estão perto das estações de reabastecimento de hidrogênio do usuário final. Além disso, a Nikkiso irá encomendar e instalar novos dispensadores, além de fornecer suporte de engenharia e pré-configuração para os sistemas de gerenciamento de carregamento e de frota da Tatsuno.

A distribuição de hidrogênio é um mercado novo e em desenvolvimento, e um componente importante da solução da estação de abastecimento de hidrogênio. Esses dispensadores fornecem abastecimento seguro e rápido para veículos leves e pesados a 350 barg e 700 barg.

“A parceria recém-formada da Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries com a Tatsuno fortalece a presença do nosso Hidrogênio e viabiliza que possamos atender melhor os mercados norte-americanos”, disse com Teru Murakami, Gerente Geral do Departamento de Negócios Criogênicos da Nikkiso Co., Ltd. “Estamos prontos para fornecer aos clientes da Tatsuno um serviço e suporte de alta qualidade.”

A Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries foi escolhida para esta nova parceria de longo prazo por causa dos seus relacionamentos e experiência com hidrogênio. Ela também fornece serviços expandidos, incluindo soluções completas de sistema de abastecimento de hidrogênio. Esta parceria também viabilizará a criação de novos postos de trabalho para as economias locais das instalações de serviço.

A Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (agora membro da Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) fabrica equipamentos de processamento de gás criogênico projetados e plantas de processo de pequena escala para as indústrias de gás natural liquefeito (GNL), serviços de poços e gás industrial. Fundada há mais de 50 anos, a Cryogenic Industries é a empresa controladora da ACD, Cosmodyne e Cryoquip, e de um grupo comumente controlado de aproximadamente 20 entidades operacionais.

Para mais informação, visite e

Anna Quigley +1.951.383.3314