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Messer builds air separation plant in Poland

8:28 AM MDT | August 6, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Messer (Bad Soden, Germany), the largest privately managed industrial gases company, said today that it will invest €30 million ($40 million) in a new air separation plant in Poland. The new unit will be built at Turek, in the special economic zone of Lodz. It will produce oxygen, nitrogen, and argon. In addition, Messer will spend €3 million on 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 a year later.   The new plant will be...

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