Air Liquide unveils new ASU developments in Vietnam


Air Liquide has today announced the commissioning of two air separation units (ASU) in South Vietnam, investing nearly €30m in the plants and related supply chain.

Describing itself as the ‘historical leader in North Vietnam’ Air Liquide is ready to build on this strong position and is currently undergoing new developments in the southern regions of the country.

The company has announced the commissioning of two ASUs in South Vietnam, the first of which s based in the Saigon High Tech Park where Air Liquide has signed a long-term contract with one of the world’s leaders in the semi-conductor industry, and will be supplying gaseous nitrogen to this customer’s largest assembly and test unit.

The ASU will be able to produce 100 tonnes per day (tpd) of liquid oxygen, nitrogen and argon for the region’s customers.

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