Messer on schedule despite tough conditions


The privately owned industrial gas company, Messer, has proved its resilience in the tough financial conditions, announcing the start-up of its new ASU in Siegen, Germany, as well as ambitious plans for investment on a worldwide scale.

Back in 2004, the Messer family experienced bitter-sweet changes, having to sell off almost two thirds of the company and consequently lose its gas operations in the UK, Germany and the US, but then getting the opportunity to acquire the remaining shares in the old company and make the Messer Group a fully family owned business.

Under the management of its owner Stefan Messer, the firm reappeared in the German market in May 2008, and fingers and toes were crossed for its success in the region.

This week, Messer’s first new production plant starts operation, on schedule, marking an important step for the company.

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