Linde signs ASU contract with Yantai Wanhua in China

Linde signs ASU contract with Yantai Wanhua in China

3:03 PM, 29th July 2011
Linde signs ASU contract with Yantai Wanhua in China
Sanjiv Lamba, Executive Board member, responsible for Asian business, Linde AG.

 

MUNICH, GERMANY: The Linde Group has been commissioned to build and operate two large air separation plants to supply gases on site to the Chinese company, Yantai Wanhua in Shandong (East China). The contract for the project involves an investment of around €130 million.

The two plants, to be built by Linde’s Engineering Division, have an individual capacity of 55,000 normal cubic metre of oxygen per hour. They are expected to come on stream between end 2013 and at the start of 2014, when they will supply oxygen and nitrogen to Yantai Wanhua’s production plants. In addition, Linde will produce liquefied products for the open market in the Shandong region. The project includes the construction of a 20-kilometre pipeline in the Yantai Economic and Technology Park.

“This project will enable us to strengthen our position as the leading gases and engineering company in China,” said Sanjiv Lamba, Executive Board member, responsible for Asian business, Linde AG.

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