Air Liquide buys GEA's Lurgi

May 2007
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;May2007, Issue 791, p4
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The article reports that Air Liquide, a French industrial gas producer, has purchased the plant engineering subsidiary of German engineering firm GEA, Lurgi, for €550 million. The deal expands the plant engineering business of Air Liquide and strengthens its large industries business sector. The deal allows GEA to focus on its mechanical engineering activities. A comment from François Darchis, a board member of Air Liquide, is presented.


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