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Air Liquide to Build Air Separation Units in Poland

3:19 AM MDT | July 1, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

Air Liquide (Paris) says it will invest about €100 million ($157 million) to build and operate two large air separation units (ASUs) in Poland. The move is aimed to expand the company’s presence in Poland and to meet the growing demands of the industrial gas market in the country, Air Liquide says. The two ASUs will produce more than 1,200 m.t./day of oxygen, and also large quantities of liquid oxygen, nitrogen and argon to supply merchant gases to various industries, Air Liquide says. The first ASU will be commissioned in early 2010, Air Liquide adds...

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