Linde relocates National Operations Center


Linde North America is relocating its National Operations Center, the nerve centre of its customer supply organisation, to a newer and bigger location in Stewartsville, New Jersey.

Linde’s National Operations Center (NOC) houses the production forecasting, delivery scheduling and even remote monitoring and operation of the company’s network of over 70 atmospheric and process gas plants throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.

“Moving to Stewartsville enables Linde to put key components of our supply, distribution and engineering functions under one roof. That way our people can help each other at a moment’s notice to keep customers’ businesses operating without a hitch,” said Steve Jennings, Head of Scheduling, who oversees the NOC.

Linde’s NOC began in 1986 as a five-person operation in a small office in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, adjacent to an air separation plant Linde operates. It was created to consolidate the scheduling and planning of the company’s bulk gas deliveries, a job previously carried out at each production location.

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