Linde Gas: the indisputable leader in industrial gas and engineering

December 2007
Caribbean Business;12/6/2007, Vol. 35 Issue 48, pS5
The article discusses the business growth of Linde Gas LLC in the Caribbean. According to the article, Linde's merger with BOC Gases places the former as the global leader in the gas industry as well as benefits customers in the entire Caribbean region. It further reveals that the company has two gas manufacturing and distribution plants in Guayanilla and Cataño, Puerto Rico, as well as in the Dominican Republic.


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