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Linde to Build Air Separation Plant in Switzerland

1:25 AM MDT | October 23, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde says its Swiss subsidiary PanGas (Dagmersellen) plans to build a new air separation plant at Muttenz, Switzerland, with an investment of about €44 million ($57 million). The plant, which will have a capacity of over 500 m.t./day of liquefied nitrogen, oxygen and argon, will come onstream in the autumn of 2010, Linde says. “This new air separation plant will enable us to increase security of supply, especially for chemical and pharmaceutical companies sited at the point where the borders of Switzerland, Germany and France meet (known as the...

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