Dhaka, Nov 26 (UNB) - Linde Bangladesh Limited
(LBL) will invest Euro 14.6 million, equivalent to Tk 120 crore, in the country
to set up an air separation unit (ASU) at Rupganj for producing approximately
100 tons liquefied gases per day.
Announcing the new
investment plan at a city hotel, Moloy Banerjee, country cluster head of Linde
Gases' South Asian business, said the Rupganj plant will have more than double
of the Linde's current production capacity. This will be the largest of ASU in Bangladesh
a subsidiary of the Linde Group, now operates three production units in
Tejgaon, Rupganj and Shitalpur.
Terming the new
project as a testimony to Linde's intention for long-term growth and
development in the region, he said the new ASU will come into production by
He said the new
unit will play vital role in enhancing liquefied gases supply and related
solutions to Bangladesh's
growing healthcare, food and beverage, fabrication, pharmaceutical,
shipbuilding and ship recycling industries.
having about 20 sales centers throughout the country, serves over 35,000
customers from a wide array of industries - from hospitals to fabrication and
from steel to food packaging and beverages.
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