Linde bags JG Summit’s on-site plant installation contract

Linde bags JG Summit’s on-site plant installation contract

12:22 PM, 5th July 2012
Linde bags JG Summit’s on-site plant installation contract

MANILA, PHILIPPINES: Linde Philippines Inc, a member of The Linde Group, has been awarded a contract by JG Summit Petrochemicals Corporation to install and operate nitrogen and hydrogen on-site plants to support JG Summit’s petrochemical plant and the installation of the first naphtha cracker plant in the country. Linde’s total investment of PHP 630 million (€10 million) for these facilities will further consolidate its position as the leading industrial gas supplier in the country.

The company is also investing PHP 95 million (€1.6 million) to install a nitrogen generator in Muntinlupa City to meet additional demand. “We are delighted to be able to support our valued customer JG Summit in this watershed project, which is expected to provide a boost to the petrochemical industry in the Philippines and contribute to further growth in the national economy,” said Tristan Dumlao, Managing Director, Linde Philippines.

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