Air Liquide Gets Carbon Monoxide Supply From BASF For MDI Production

Air Liquide to invest €50 million in carbon monoxide facility in Belgium

10:15 AM, 29th July 2013
Air Liquide Business News

PARIS, FRANCE: Air Liquide has just signed a long-term contract with BASF to supply carbon monoxide to its methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) production unit located in Antwerp, Belgium. The total investment will amount to around €50 million. Air Liquide will invest in a new carbon monoxide production unit located next to its existing facilities which will double carbon monoxide production capacity in this basin. The unit is expected to be up and running in the first quarter of 2015.

“Understanding the needs and constraints of our customers allows us to provide them with cutting-edge technology solutions. Through its investments, Air Liquide supports the development and competitiveness of European manufacturers,” said Guy Salzgeber, Vice-President, Western Europe and a member of the Executive Committee, Air Liquide.


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