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Messer builds air separation plant

11:24 AM MDT | August 13, 2014

Messer (Bad Soden, Germany), the largest privately managed industrial gases company, is investing €30 million ($40 million) to build an air separation plant in Poland. The new unit will be constructed at Turek, in the special economic zone of Łodź It will produce oxygen, nitrogen, and argon. Messer also will spend €3 million to build a filling plant for technical gases in cylinders. The air separation facility is slated to be onstream in the third quarter of 2015, followed by the filling plant one year later. The new plant will be designed to produce 400...

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