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Linde Plans Expansion in Southern Georgia and Northern Florida

United States: Linde North America, Inc. a subsidiary of Linde AG, a German based multinational industrial gas and engineering company announced its plants to invest USD40 million for building up a new air separation unit (ASU) in Southern Georgia/Northern Florida. The company has plans to expand its gas supply network from existing strong network in Southeast to extreme South. The company is expected to cater to various industries such as hospitals, healthcare providers, glass manufacturers, gas distributors, food processors, metal fabrication and welding through its products and services. The company currently has around 23 manufacturing plants and other facilities with a workforce of around 2000 people located in Florida & Georgia.

TechSci Research depicts that the expanding industrial facilities in North America is expected to steer the demand for gas phase filters across the globe. Rising industrial facilities necessitates the requirement for gas phase filters in order to remove odors and toxic gases. Consequently, North America, which controls the largest share in the global gas phase filters market, would continue to generate increased demand for gas phase filters.

According to TechSci Research report, Global Gas Phase Filtration Market, By Type, By Filter Media, By Sector, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 - 2021”, global gas phase filtration market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during 2016-2021, due to rising need for removing unwanted gases, implementation of stringent government regulations to maintain suitable indoor air quality and growing demand for protecting vital electronic equipment from corrosive gases. Growing need to capture hazardous gases and odors released during various chemical processes in different industries is fueling demand for gas phase filters across the globe.

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