Messer sells business in Denmark competitor

Messer sells business in Denmark to competitor

7:44 AM, 7th August 2019
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BAD SODEN, GERMANY: Messer Industries has divested its business in Kolding, Denmark, with effect from 1 August 2019.

The company said that the buyer is its Danish competitor Christian Nielsen Strandmollen A/S.

Messer has been associated with expertise in industrial gases for more than 120 years. Messer manufacture and supply oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, helium, inert welding gases, special gases, gases for medicinal use and a wide variety of gas mixtures.

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