Linde build new carbon dioxide plant in Philippines

Linde to build new carbon dioxide plant in Philippines

4:31 PM, 7th June 2011
Linde to build new carbon dioxide plant in Philippines

MANILA, PHILIPPINES: Linde Philippines (South) Inc will invest PHP 219 million (EUR 3.8 million) to build a new 24 ton per day (tpd) carbon dioxide plant at its existing site at Balamban, Cebu, Philippines. Scheduled to come on-stream by January 2012, the new plant will meet the growing demands for carbon dioxide from shipbuilder Tsuneishi Heavy Industries, a key customer of Linde in Cebu.

“This new plant will be Linde’s largest merchant CO2 plant in Visayas. It will double the overall volumes that Linde Philippine currently supplies to support Visayas and Mindanao and their carbon dioxide gases requirements,” said Dennis Jordan, MD, Linde Philippines.

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