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Linde Opens ASU in Malaysia

12:29 AM MDT | April 1, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde says its MOX-Linde Gases subsidiary has opened its new RM200-million ($67 million) air separation unit (ASU) at Pasir Gudang, Malaysia. The facility, which produces over 500 m.t./day of gases and liquid, is one of the largest ASUs in Malaysia and the largest and only merchant plant strategically located in the south of the country, Linde says. MOX-Linde Gases is the leading industrial gas supplier in Malaysia and it manufactures and distributes industrial, specialty and medical gases, and provides a range of related services. The Pasir Gudang plant, which...

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