Linde plans construction of new air separation unit in eastern Germany

The Linde Group will invest €85m in building a new air separation unit in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany, to supply the ArcelorMittal Eisenhüttenstadt steelworks with oxygen and nitrogen. The plant will also supply liquid gases to the regional market and increase the energy efficiency of oxygen generation at the steelworks. The new plant will replace the older, less efficient facility and is planned to be operational in 2017. The Linde Group's Engineering Division will deliver the turnkey plant and Linde Gas company LiGaPro will operate it.

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