Company Overview of Linde North America, Inc.
Linde North America, Inc. manufactures and supplies industrial, specialty, and medical gases, as well as related equipment. The company’s primary products include cryogenic and non–cryogenic nitrogen and oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, and hydrogen; and various rare gases. It supplies customers through onsite production, pipelines, tankers, and cylinders. The company was founded in 1907 and is based in Murray Hill, New Jersey with operations in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Linde North America, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Linde Aktiengesellschaft.
575 Mountain Avenue
Murray Hill, NJ 07974
Founded in 1907
Key Executives for Linde North America, Inc.
Vice President of Operational Finance & Control and Investments
Head of Food and Beverage
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Linde North America, Inc. Key Developments
Linde North America Announces New Building in La Porte, Texas
Oct 22 14
Linde North America announced that it is building in La Porte, Texas. The ASU, which separates air into its major component -- oxygen, nitrogen and argon -- is part of more than $250 million Linde is investing to build a large, air separation unit, a new gasification train and supporting equipment and facilities in La Porte.
Linde North America to Supply Additional Hydrogen to Lima Refining Company
Sep 23 14
Linde North America has executed a new integrated supply agreement with Lima Refining Company (LRC) for hydrogen and steam utilities to its refinery in Lima, Ohio. LRC is implementing a modernization project (Crude Oil Flexibility or COF) that will further strengthen the refinery and enable processing of a diverse set of crude oils to produce a range of product slates. Linde already owns and operates two hydrogen plants, which supply hydrogen and steam to refining and petrochemicals facilities, including LRC, and other industrial gas production assets in this cluster.
Linde Nitrogen Liquefier Comes On-Stream at Ohio Air Separation Plant
Apr 9 14
Linde North America has completed construction of a nitrogen liquefier at its Delta, Ohio, air separation plant that significantly increases its ability to support the growing demand for the product in the Ohio and Midwest markets. The new facility produces 575 tons per day liquid nitrogen by capturing molecules the plant is already producing. The Delta plant has been operating since 1997, supplying oxygen and argon by pipeline to two adjacent steel producers, and by truck to hospitals and to industrial customers such as welding shops and foundries throughout Ohio. The liquid nitrogen will be delivered by tanker truck to customers in the food processing, metals, chemicals and automobile industries. With this expansion, the plant now employs 30 people.
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