Praxair China supply oxygen Oji Paper in Jiangsu

Praxair China to supply oxygen to Oji Paper in Jiangsu

2:45 AM, 17th November 2011
Praxair China to supply oxygen to Oji Paper in Jiangsu

SHANGHAI, CHINA: Praxair China has signed a contract to supply oxygen for pulp bleaching in the processing of paper products to Jiangsu Oji Paper Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Oji Paper Co, the leading paper manufacturer in Japan and one of the largest paper products manufacturers worldwide.

Under the contract, Praxair China will build an on-site vacuum-pressure-swing-adsorption system to supply oxygen to the Jiangsu Oji Paper project located in Nantong, Jiangsu province. This on-site gas facility is expected to start up at the end of 2012. The Jiangsu Oji Paper project is the largest industrial project that Japan has invested in China so far and also the largest overseas investment project of Oji Paper Group. “Praxair China is pleased to establish partnership with Oji Paper. We will continue to demonstrate our world-class gas supply service to support this prominent project in the global paper industry,” said Minda Ho, President, Praxair China.

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