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Air Products' Indura to build, expand in Chile

11:21 AM MDT | May 28, 2013 | Lindsay Frost

Air Products says that its South American affiliate Indura will build a plant at Antofagasta, Chile, as well as expand capacity of its Graneros, Chile, plant. Antofagasta’s new plant will produce oxygen, nitrogen, and argon, and—combined with the increased capacity at Graneros—the total investment will be over $15 million, the company says. "With this new plant in Antofagasta and expansion in Graneros, we are investing in the right places to serve the industries that continue to grow and depend on the safe and reliable supply of our...

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