Air Liquide expands in China


Air Liquide will invest more than 20 million euros to build a new air separation unit (ASU) in China.

The move follows the French companys establishment in Hangzhou of Air Liquide (Zhejiang) in December 2004.

The new ASU will be build in the Hangzhou Economical Development Area (HEDA), which is according to the company recognised as one of the top industrial parks in China.

Air Liquide will supply liquid nitrogen, oxygen and argon, with a total capacity of 430 tons per day, to customers in Hangzhou, as well as in the Zhejiang Province and the Greater Shanghai area. The ASU will also supply large users by pipeline.

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