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Air Liquide Builds €100 million Gases Plant in Germany to Supply Bayer

11:08 AM MDT | May 31, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Air Liquide says it will invest €100 million ($124.4 million) in a new hydrogen and carbon monoxide plant at Bayer MaterialScience’s site at Dormagen, Germany, following the signing of a long-term contract with Bayer.  The unit will be designed and built on the customer’s site by Air Liquide Global E & C Solutions teams and is scheduled to be commissioned in 2014.   The gases will be used in the manufacture of Bayer’s previously announced toluene di-isocyanate plant, which will in turn be used to produce...

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