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Industrial Gases News

29th April 2020

What India can learn from South Korea & Turkey to improve air quality

South Korea was one of the first countries to promote the use of Auto LPG in a major way, way back in the 1970s.

5th September 2017

Linde, Total extend gas supply contract for 15 years

Oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen for Linde's largest single customer in Germany.

3rd August 2017

Showa Denko to increase prices for fluorine-based gases

Price adjustments due to the rise in the prices of raw materials and energy costs.

1st August 2017

SDK supplies hydrogen made from used plastics to Tomoe Shokai

Tomoe Shokai is a retailer of high-pressure gases, headquartered in Ota-ku, Tokyo.

27th July 2017

Linde to expand production capacity in Malaysia; invests €30 mn

The new air separation unit (ASU) will be integrated into Linde's pipeline supply network of existing plants in Malaysia.

21st July 2017

Praxair starts up new air separation plant in China petrochemical park

Additionally, Praxair will build a pipeline in the park to meet the industrial gas requirements of other customers.

15th July 2017

Air Liquide signs contracts with Chinese fibre optics manufacturers

Air Liquide will support the further development of China's fibre optics industry.

15th July 2017

Linde opens first automated gas filling plant in Malaysia

The investment supports the growing demand for industrial gases across all key growth industries; reaffirming Linde as a long-term investor and its confidence in Malaysia.

13th July 2017

Praxair starts up new air separation plant at Samsung's Tangjeong site

Praxair's nitrogen used for cooling, purging applications in Samsung's manufacturing process.

13th April 2017

Industrial gases potential that India holds

Industrial gas is required in every segment of manufacturing sector

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