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Air Liquide to Build ASU in India
10:07 AM MST | January 12, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh
Air Liquide says it will build an air separation unit (ASU) and cylinder filling station at Pune, India. The ASU will begin operation in 2012 and will produce over 200 m.t./day of liquid nitrogen and oxygen to supply the industrial and medical markets. Pune is emerging as a prominent location for manufacturing and information technology companies, and it is one of the major auto manufacturing hubs of India, and a large number of engineering, electronic and electrical industries have been set up there, Air Liquide says. Air Liquide says it has commissioned its...
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