All South Korea articles – Page 6

  • Electronics Samsung

    Praxair starts up new South Korea ASU


    Praxair, Inc. has announced the start-up of a new air separation plant (ASU) to support Samsung’s display manufacturing complex in Tangjeong, South Korea, its third such plant at the facility.

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    Nel enters Korean hydrogen market


    Norwegian firm Nel ASA has entered the Korean hydrogen (H 2 ) market through a new joint venture with Deokyang Co., Ltd, the country’s largest domestic supplier.

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    Regional Markets: Focus on North Pacific Rim


    In 2016, the North Pacific Rim industrial gas business was valued at just under $18bn, and for the first time in history, eclipsed the size of the European market to become the second-largest regional gas business in the world.

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    Smooth sailing – Cryogenic valves in LNG


    The key patents of large-scale natural gas liquefaction that were established around the 1930s have paved the way for companies to flourish in today’s LNG sector, with the amount of applications and opportunities in the segment growing ever since. The LNG market has had an impact on the businesses that ...

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    MBK Partners reportedly buys Daesung for $2bn


    The race to acquire Daesung Industrial Gases, one of the biggest players in the South Korean market, has reportedly been won by private Asian equity firm MBK Partners.

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    Air Products expands N2 capacity in South Korea


    In a bid to support increasing demand, Air Products has announced it will increase its nitrogen (N2) production to serve an existing customer’s semiconductor plant in Pyeongtaek City.

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    Praxair starts up fourth ASU for Samsung


    Praxair Inc. has started up its fourth air separation unit (ASU) for Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. in Hwasung, South Korea.

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    The industrial gas world in 2017 – Part 4


    As 2016 draws to a close, gas world looks ahead at what projects, plants and developments we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2017. Here you can find gas world’s edited highlights, from the Asia-Pacific region.

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    Showa Denko and SK Materials in specialty gas JV


    Japanese corporation Showa Denko (SDK) and South Korean SK Materials Co., Ltd. (SKM) have joined forces in a monofluoromethane (CH 3 F) gas joint venture (JV) in a bid to meet the growing demands of the semiconductor industry.

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    Linde completes Air Liquide onsite and bulk business takeover


    Linde Korea, a member of Tier One player The Linde Group, has finalised the takeover of Air Liquide Korea’s industrial merchant and electronics onsite and liquid bulk air gases business in South Korea.

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    Daesung Industrial Gases under acquisition spotlight


    Daesung Industrial Gases, one of the biggest players in South Korea’s industrial gases market, is reportedly the subject of an auction process that would see the Goldman Sachs Group relinquish its controlling stake in the company.

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    Bestobell secures largest marine valve contract to date


    Parker Bestobell Marine has secured a nine vessel order with Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine Engineering (DSME) worth $5m – its single biggest order to date.

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    South East Asia: Home to the new Silicon Valleys?


    The global electronics business continues to grow and evolve, and the traditional home to this evolution has been San Francisco’s Silicon Valley. But with the rapid emergence of the Tiger Economies in South East Asia and the many advantages these markets offer, this tradition is being challenged by a new ...

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    Air Products invests in large ASU in South Korea


    Air Products has announced that it is to build a new large air separation unit (LASU) in Ulsan, South Korea.

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    Tier One divestment: Korean onsite and bulk business


    Linde Korea, a member of Tier One player The Linde Group, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the onsite and bulk business of Air Liquide Korea.

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    Companies reinforce partnership to promote LNG in Korea


    Kosan Crisplant a/s and Korea LNG Solution have reinforced their business partnership after signing a long-term co-operation agreement to mutually promote liquefied natural gas (LNG) as bunker fuel in the Republic of Korea.

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    Praxair signs long-term O2 supply contract


    Praxair, Inc. has signed a long-term contract to supply industrial gases to South Korea-based Hyundai Oilbank under which it will build, own and operate four vacuum pressure swing adsorption (VPSA) plants.

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    Parker Bestobell secures Korean Type Approval


    Parker Bestobell has secured full Type Approval from the Korean Register of Shipping (KR) for its range of cryogenic globe and check valves for use on ships.

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    Air Products opens South Korean specialty gas plant


    Air Products has opened a new, state-of-the-art specialty gases and helium (He) transfill facility in Ochang, South Korea.

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    Bestobell completes a first in new cryogenic valve order


    Valve specialist Parker Bestobell Marine has secured another major new order for its cryogenic valves, supplying the first ever globe valves featuring electric actuators to liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers.