With the arrival of Magnus Holm, our sales team has gained a great new employee. To introduce him to our customers, we have held a short interview with him.
ASCO Carbon Dioxide, a Swiss company offering complete solutions and technologies around CO2 and dry ice, is proud to announce that they have installed 158 solar panels at their Swiss location in Romanhorn, producing 60,000 kW of power per year. The installation of the solar panels is the next step of reducing their own carbon footprint.
ASCO had a conversation with Jacek Bulawa, Head of the Technology and Applications Department at "Messer Polska". The Messer site operates several ASCO machines. Among others, three CO2 vaporizers, an ASCOJET and, as the newest machine, an ASCO Dry Ice Pelletizer P28i.
Regionalwerke Baden: "The pilot project opens the door for Swiss bioenergy with Carbon Capture ("BECCUS")
ASCO interviewed Philippe Lehmann, managing director of CO2 Energie AG and Head of Department at Regionalwerke AG Baden. As a joint venture, they have realised Carbon Capture for a biogas plant for the first time in Switzerland. At the Nesselnbach site, in addition to biomethane, CO2 is now also produced for various applications such as the beverage industry.
Johannes Daum is head of production and sales at CarbAlpin, a well-known player on the Italian CO₂ market. CarbAlpin was founded with the aim of simplified access to fresh dry ice for customers from South Tyrol and Trentino. In addition to the dry ice business, they also specialize in the filling of technical- and food gas. CarbAlpin's main customers include around 130 wineries as well as companies in the refrigerated logistics, food and pharmaceutical industries.
ASCO Carbon Dioxide Ltd. was successfully recertified according to DIN ISO 9001:2015 by the Swiss Association for Quality and Management Systems (SQS) at the beginning of 2023. The new certificate is valid until 30 April 2026. Quality management has been a tradition for years at the CO2 specialist at its main site in Romanshorn (Switzerland).
Two new asco webinars on the growth and importance of carbon capture utilization & sequestration ("CCUS")
ASCO Carbon Dioxide Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of two new webinars. The webinars provide an insight into the importance of CO₂ recovery as well as opportunities for CO2 recycling and sequestration ("CCUS").
ASCO & Landmark Power Holdings: Pioneering Carbon Capture & Utilization ("CCU") project nears completion
The UK's first high efficiency power plant connected with ASCO carbon capturing equipment is currently under construction in Rhodesia, Worksop, in Nottinghamshire. ASCO Carbon Dioxide is supplying the CO₂ recovery and processing equipment, which will capture and utilize four tons of liquid CO₂ per hour ("Carbon Capture & Utilization" or “CCU”).
"Thanks to the increased awareness of dry ice, a variety of new business opportunities have emerged".
Wesley O'Brien is the co-founder and head of logistics for “Frozen Logistics”, one of the largest cold storage and logistics companies in Texas, USA. Frozen Logistics was founded in 2020 with the goal of meeting the growing demand for cold storage, related order fulfillment and general logistics management in Texas and throughout the US. Their clients include food and beverage companies, schools and hospitals, e-commerce providers and national temperature-controlled transportation companies.
In this interview, ASCO specialists Christian Schwinn, Chief Technology Officer, and Roberto Sammali, Head of Sales Dry Ice Systems, discuss the economic and ecological advantages of a CO2 recovery plant. Increased energy and CO2 prices as well as the reduction of one's own CO2 footprint are reasons for many customers to maximise their dry ice output - according to the idea "Re-Use it. Don't lose it.