Global Gases Group, one of the leading independent suppliers of gases to the offshore and medical markets, has opened a new fill plant in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, adding to its fast-growing network of helium and offshore gases facilities.
The helium story began in 1868 when French astronomer Pierre Jules Cesar Janssen noticed a yellow line in the sun’s spectrum whilst studying a total solar eclipse. The story goes that the English astronomer Sir Norman Lockyer identified this line could not have been produced by any known element at ...
A mixed outlook has prevailed in South East Asia in recent years, as undoubted growth prospects have been visibly tempered by an uncharacteristically volatile economic landscape in China and the many splintered effects of this on global markets such as commodities.
Take 10 minutes out with Carl Jackson, Head of Electronics, Technology and Innovation at The Linde Group, as he discusses the opening of the group’s new R&D centre in Taiwan and what it means for both the region and the industry.