Air Liquide builds two new ASUs in Poland


The French firm, Air Liquide has commissioned two new air separation units (ASUs) in Poland. The two facilities will be located in Dabrowa Gornicza, Krakow and in Pulawy.
Both ASU’s constitute the largest liquid and gas source in Central and Eastern Poland, with an aggregate production capacity of about 1,700 tonnes per day.
The investment forms part of the firm’s June announcement to invest overall EUR100m in Poland. Guy Salzgeber, Vice President for North and Central Europe, and Member of the Air Liquide Executive Committee, remarked, “This successful commissioning further strengthens our growing position in Poland and illustrates the quality and performances of the standard YangO2 air separation units.”
He added, “With these new assets, Air Liquide intends to support even further the development of its customers and consolidate its leadership in Poland in the Large Industry market. Developing economies are one of the growth drivers of the Group.”

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