Linde has started up its new air separation plants in order to supply 720 tonnes of high purity nitrogen per day to Shanghai Ever Display Optronics (EDO) for its Amoled project. In accordance with the contract, the firm will also supply other industrial gases such as oxygen, helium, argon and hydrogen to EDO.
Guildford/UK – Linde has recently announced that it has started up its new air separation plants to supply 720 tonnes of high purity nitrogen per day to Shanghai Ever Display Optronics (EDO). The move supports EDO’s sixth generation Amoled project. Under the terms of the contract, Linde will also supply EDO with oxygen, helium, argon and hydrogen.
"We are pleased to supply high quality purity nitrogen to Everdisplay while expanding our industrial gas capacity and pipeline network in Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta," said Steven Fang, Head of Linde Greater China. "These new plants will increase our network density and ability to reliably supply to the growing consumer electronics market in China."
Huiran Liu, General Manager of EDO, said, "EDO is committed to the development of the Amoled display technology and we have great confidence in Linde's track record of supplying reliable and high-quality industrial gases."