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Air Liquide to build €40-million ASU in Brazil

9:58 AM MDT | July 24, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Air Liquide will invest close to €40 million ($53.9 million) in an air separation unit (ASU) that will supply paper maker Klabin's factory at Ortigueira --as well as to another site in Telêmaco Borba, both in the state of Paraná, Brazil--  with 160 m.t./day of oxygen,  Air Liquide announced today.  Oxygen will be used to process and whiten pulp in a more efficient and environmentally friendly manner, Air Liquide says. This will be Air Liquide’s first ASU in the state of Paraná and will allow the company to provide...

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