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Air Liquide to Increase Production Capacity in India

10:04 PM MST | January 21, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

Air Liquide says it will invest €30 million ($42 million) to increase production capacity of liquefied gases (oxygen, nitrogen and argon) by about 540 m.t./day in India. The production capacity of liquid gases will be increased by 400 m.t./day at Panipat in northern India and by about 140 m.t./day at Jhagadia in western India. The increased capacity will help meet the increased customer demands, particularly in northern and western India, which are experiencing strong growth in the steel, automotive and pharmaceutical markets, Air Liquide says. Most business...

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