12 March 2013 13:28 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Linde’s US-based Selas Fluid Processing subsidiary has changed its name to become Linde Engineering North America, the company said on Tuesday.
The name change, effective immediately, better reflects the company’s status as a global technology, engineering, procurement and construction firm, said Bruce Hensinger, president and CEO of Linde Engineering North America.
The company engineers, supplies and constructs air separation and synthesis gas plants, as well as technology furnaces and fired process equipment for the refining, petrochemical, gas and pharmaceutical industries.
Germany-based Linde acquired Selas in 1983. In 2009, Linde transferred its air separation, hydrogen and synthesis gas plant product lines serving the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) region to Selas.
Linde added that its Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Linde Process Plants affiliate would continue to operate separately as a member of Linde Group, serving the natural gas, refining, petrochemical and helium and hydrogen liquefier industries.
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