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November 6, 2018
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The Praxair air separation plant in Mims, FL. Image courtesy of Google Maps
Linde subsidiary Praxair plans to expand the capacity of its Mims, FL air separation plant in response to an uptick in demand from the food processing, manufacturing, healthcare, and water treatment industries, a company press release announced Monday.
“This investment further strengthens Praxair’s supply reliability in the region,” Todd Lawson, East Region vice president of the firm’s U.S industrial gas business, said in a statement. “Furthermore, the increased production capacity of our merchant atmospheric gases will enable us to better support our customers’ growth and efficiencies in the Central Florida region.”
The company said it expects the project to reach completion by the end of next year.
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