Air Liquide offers support to Japan


The Air Liquide Group reported that its 2,700 employees based in Japan are safe following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The company said its Japanese teams remain “committed in ensuring operational continuity.”

Air Liquide’s crisis management team at its group headquarters in France is closely monitoring the situation, and supporting its Japanese management team.

“The group’s priority is to ensure the safety of its teams and to continue supplying its customers, particularly at this critical stage,” Air Liquide said in a statement.

Due to aftershocks, interruptions in the supply of electricity and difficult logistics, the Air Liquide headquarters in Tokyo have been temporarily closed and the teams required to ensure operational continuity have been relocated to the Osaka region until further notice.

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