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To: University Business Managers, Res_Info Listserv, Research Administration Support Group Listserv
From: Ammar Yameen, Director of eProcurement and Materials Management

The University is closed Monday, Jan. 21 for Martin Luther King Jr Day. Note the following delivery options and hours of operation for dry ice and gas cylinder delivery during the University holiday. Although the University is closed, both vendors are open for business and they will work with you to ensure they have access to the campus building and room for the delivery if one is requested. For orders that will require special building and room access while the University is closed, it is critical that you include contact information about how you can be reached in the comment section of your order. They will call you to coordinate entry to buildings/rooms so they can make the delivery.


For the week Monday, Jan. 21 – Friday, Jan. 25, Airgas will deliver gas cylinders every day (Monday -Friday), including on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.  Dry ice deliveries will be Monday, Jan. 21 and Thursday, Jan. 24 as usual.

For immediate response and service, please have the University PO number ready.

For fast track requests, email or, or phone 919-544-3772, ext. 311.  For dry ice, email or contact, or call 919-544-9699.
If you are requesting Pick Up cylinder WITHOUT a replenishment order, email your building, room number and barcodes to


Arc3 Gases will be open Monday, Jan. 21, which is the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. If a delivery is needed Monday, or any day the University is closed, they provide Arc3 with access to their building and room so the delivery can be made. The easiest way to provide access is to put a contact name and phone number on the order in the comment section at the time of order placement. An Arc3 representative will then call to make delivery arrangements.

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