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Air Liquide to Build Gases Plant in Chile
12:58 AM MDT | June 1, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh
Air Liquide says it has decided to invest €25 million ($35 million) to build a new gases plant in the Santiago region, close to Chile’s main markets. The plant will have a production capacity of nearly 150 m.t./day of liquid oxygen, nitrogen and argon and will enable Air Liquide to meet the growing needs for liquid and cylinder gases of the industrial merchant and healthcare markets in the central and southern regions of Chile, the company says. The new unit will become operational by mid-2013. The Chilean economy is one of the most dynamic in Latin...
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