Linde supply bulk gases Kaistar’s LED plant in China

Linde to supply bulk gases to Kaistar’s LED plant in China

11:25 PM, 25th March 2012
Linde to supply bulk gases to Kaistar’s LED plant in China

MUNICH, GERMANY: Linde LienHwa (LLH) China, The Linde Group’s joint venture with the LienHwa MiTAC Group of Taiwan, has further strengthened its commitment to LED manufacturing with the announcement of an exclusive gas supply agreement with Kaistar, a joint venture of Epistar Taiwan and China Electronics Corporation (CEC), to deliver bulk gases and high purity ammonia (NH3) to Kaistar’s new production facility in Xiamen, China. Linde will supply specialist high purity gases; ultra-high purity ammonia to ensure the highest quality LED devices.

The plant will have an initial capacity of 500 tonne per year and produce 99.99999 per cent ultra-high pure ammonia. The Chinese LED market is estimated to reach $6.9 billion in 2012 and up to $11.1 billion by 2015. “As LED chip manufacturers look to adopt more advanced, cost-effective and energy-efficient manufacturing processes, the demand for Linde’s leading gas solutions will continue to grow. We are confident that our ammonia supply capabilities in Xiamen are able to meet a wide range of LED customer needs,” said Andrew Lau, President and General Manager, Linde LienHwa China.

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