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Linde Opens Air Separation Plant in Korea

1:18 AM MDT | October 26, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde Korea (Seoul), a Linde subsidiary, says it has opened a new air separation plant at Giheung, Korea, which involved an investment of $180 million. The unit is the company’s second air separation plant in Giheung. With the additional capacity from its new plant, Linde Korea is well-positioned to supply the rising requirements for nitrogen, oxygen and argon from its customers involved in the steel, electronics, semiconductor, metal, glass, shipbuilding, automotive and petrochemical industries, Linde says. Linde has invested about $235 million in Korea...

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