The Linde Group plans building new air separation unit ineastern German
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Linde to build a new air separation unit in Germany

11:01 AM, 7th October 2014
The Linde Group plans building new air separation unit in the eastern German

MUNICH/EISENHUTTENSTADT, GERMANY: Technology company The Linde Group is set to build a new air separation unit in the eastern German town of Eisenhuttenstadt, near Frankfurt an der Oder. The plant will supply the ArcelorMittal Eisenhuttenstadt steelworks with oxygen and nitrogen. The two companies recently signed an agreement to this effect. The plant will also supply liquid gases to the regional market. By combining both gaseous and liquid production streams, the new plant will significantly increase the energy efficiency of oxygen generation at the integrated steelworks.

“This major on-site project builds on our long-standing and successful partnership with ArcelorMittal. It enables us to synergise the expertise of our Engineering Division with the know-how of our Gases Division, which will be operating the plant once it is completed. It also strengthens our market position as a trusted oxygen supplier to the steel sector,” explained Professor Dr Aldo Belloni, Member of the Executive Board, Linde AG.

 

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