Air Liquide strengthens long-term relationship with BASF


French industrial gas giant Air Liquide has strengthened its long-term relationship with German chemicals company BASF in South Korea.

The two companies today (21st Jan) announced the signing of a deal in Yeosu National Industrial Complex which will see Air Liquide increase its contractual volumes dedicated to BASF by 20%, from its fourth hydrogen and carbon monoxide unit at the major industrial site.

The state-of-the-art, highly efficient hydrogen and carbon monoxide plant, designed and built by Air Liquide’s Engineering and Construction, was started up in 2020.

This latest unit is fully integrated with Air Liquide’s three other plants through its 40km pipeline supply network in Yeosu to ensure the highest level of safety, reliability, efficiency, and flexibility to its customers, Air Liquide said.

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