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Air Liquide Buys Air Separation Unit From Georgia Gulf

11:32 AM MST | January 30, 2012 | Vincent Valk

Air Liquide has purchased an air separation unit from Georgia Gulf that is located near the latter company’s chemical plant at Plaquemine, La. The facility produces oxygen, nitrogen and argon and is connected to 13 other Air Liquide facilities in the area. Air Liquide began supplying oxygen and nitrogen to Georgia Gulf’s chemical plant at Plaquemine under an agreement that went into effect on January 1. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.   “The sale of our ASU to Air Liquide will allow us to focus operational efforts on our core chemical...

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