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Praxair to Build Air Separation Plant in India

9:36 AM MDT | September 6, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Praxair India (Bangalore), a subsidiary of Praxair, says it plans to construct a new air separation plant in an industrial estate near Kalyan, India, about 60 kilometers from Mumbai. The plant will have a capacity of 300 m.t./day, and it will supply liquid oxygen, nitrogen and argon to customers in the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat, the largest and fastest growing merchant market in India, Praxair says. The plant is scheduled to come online in late 2012. The states of Maharashtra and Gujarat are major hubs of automotive, pharmaceutical and general...

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