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Air Products Raises Prices in North America

10:21 AM MDT | September 17, 2012 | Vincent Valk

Air Products has raised prices for merchant customers in North America in response to supply shortages in the helium market, the company says. Prices will increase by as much as 10% for liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, liquid and bulk hydrogen, and liquid carbon dioxide. They will rise by as much as 20% for liquid argon and bulk carbon monoxide. The increases will vary by customer, and some may be outside the specified ranges, Air Products says.   The higher prices “will offset higher operating costs and increased input costs,” Air Products says...

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