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Norco is deeply rooted in our rich history and tradition. When Larry Kissler purchased Norco in 1968, he established a key set of principles that are still at the heart of the business today. (See more of Norco's history here) We are a family and employee owned company with the uniting goal of "Serving You Better." In every relationship, in every transaction, in every pursuit, our aim is to serve you - our customers, our communities and our vendor partners - better. We have 70 locations throughout Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Utah, Wyoming and Nevada providing medical and industrial gases and supplies to the Northwest.

Our industrial branches can support, enhance and refine your business processes with a robust line of welding and cutting, safety, janitorial and gas products from a wide array of trusted vendor partners. Our two air separation plants and a fill plant, produce and distribute a variety of gas products. In spring 2017, we opened the NorTECH Training and Automation Center in Salt Lake City to be the mecca for automation, productivity, safety and training in the west.

Our medical branches and their devoted staff members work to bring dignity, independence and care by providing a variety of home medical equipment, gases and supplies ranging from oxygen and sleep therapy, to mobility, breast pumps plus much more. For every stage of life and health, we have the home medical equipment to meet your needs.

Our commitment, based on our mission, is to give richly to our communities focusing on the areas of healthcare, education and the betterment of human kind through the Kissler Family Foundation, and the volunteerism of our employee owners. You can be proud to work with a company that supports your community and hundreds of causes each year across our seven state territory.

"Frances and I have always felt that Norco should have a cause for it's existence. The cause is to provide a better life for all. This includes our customers, fellow employees, suppliers and all mankind. Therefore, in fighting for our cause, we must do it better than anyone else in the world; to be professional and serve our cause." - Larry Kissler, Founder