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Linde to Build ASU in Sri Lanka

10:43 PM MST | February 14, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde says its Ceylon Oxygen (Colombo, Sri Lanka) subsidiary will invest LKR1.3 billion ($12 million) to install a new 65 m.t./day merchant air separation unit (ASU) at Sapugaskanda, Sri Lanka. Linde acquired Ceylon Oxygen in October 2010. Ceylon Oxygen, which was established in 1936, is the leading industrial and medical gases player in Sri Lanka. The new ASU will be built adjacent to Ceylon Oxygen’s existing ASU, and it is expected to come onstream in September 2012. “As the market leader in Sri Lanka, Ceylon Oxygen is the sole supplier of liquid...

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