Linde will supply a major space launch company with liquid oxygen and nitrogen under a newly inked long-term agreement.
The industrial gas giant today (20th April) said the supplied bulk industrial gases will be from its air separation plant in Mims, Florida, which is currently undergoing expansion.
From 2023, Linde has said the plant will have a doubled production capacity to meet both the needs of the new agreement and rising demands from other customers.
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Todd Lawson, Vice-President for the Eastern US at Linde, said, “Linde’s expansion at Mims is underway and we are well positioned to serve the increasing demand from customers.”
“The new agreement reinforces Linde’s well-earned reputation as a trusted and reliable supplier of industrial gases to aerospace customers, among others.”