By Stuart Radnedge2015-05-26T09:27:00+01:00
Matheson Gas Products Korea Co., which is a subsidiary of TNSC, has expressed its sorrow over an incident at the company’s electronic gases facility in Chungnam – which resulted in the death of an employee.
The incident occurred on May 4 at the Asan Facility - in Asan-City, Chungnam – at about 1.30pm (local time).
An investigation into the cause of the incident is currently being handled by the Korean governmental authorities. Upon completion of the investigation, the Korean authorities will issue details of the findings as to the cause of the incident.
A company statement provided states, “We express our sorrow over the deceased, and extend our deepest condolences and our thoughts are with the family.”
According to information on the company’s website, the Asan facility opened in 2006.
MATHESON has launched its new Remote Operations Center (ROC) at its office location in Irving, Texas. The ROC enables central access for monitoring and/or controlling the company’s air separation units, hydrogen plants, and on-site/pipeline gas production plants.
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