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Messer, Lonza Form Gases Agreement

11:09 AM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Messer says it has agreed to build a €20-million ($27.6 million) air separation plant at Lonza’s Visp, Switzerland site. Messer’s plant will produce argon, nitrogen, and oxygen for Lonza and for the Swiss and Italian merchant markets. It will also produce medical oxygen for the hospital and home care sectors. Lonza will be responsible for operations and logistics on behalf of the Messer unit. Cryogenic Engineering, a joint venture between Messer and HangYang (Hangzhou, China), will build the plant, which is due to begin operating in...

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