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Bangladesh: Production of Liquified Gases Linde to Build Bangladesh's Largest Air Separation Unit

| Editor: Alexander Stark

Linde Bangladesh, a member of the Linde Group’s Gases Division, marked the start of construction for the company’s € 14.6 million air separation unit (ASU) in Rupganj.

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His Excellency, Dr. Thomas Prinz (2nd from right), Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Bangladesh, officiated the ceremony of Linde Bangladesh’s Rupganj 100TPD ASU.
His Excellency, Dr. Thomas Prinz (2nd from right), Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Bangladesh, officiated the ceremony of Linde Bangladesh’s Rupganj 100TPD ASU.
(Picture: Linde Gases Division)

Dhaka/Bangladesh – Linde’s investment in this new plant was announced in November 2015. When completed in 2017, the Rupganj plant will produce approximately 100 metric tons per day of liquefied gases, making it the largest liquid producing ASU in Bangladesh.

The German company will design, built and manage the Rupganj plant and it will feature state-of-the art energy efficient technology. It will provide liquefied gases supply and related solutions to Bangladesh’s growing healthcare, food and beverage, fabrication, pharmaceutical, shipbuilding and ship recycling industries.

The Rupganj plant will more than double Linde Bangladesh’s current production capacity. A modern cylinder filling site at Rupganj will also be built to provide a range of cylinder products to customers across all market segments.

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