BOC Gases And Linde Gas Rebrand In North America As Linde

Business Wire reported that aprocess that began just over a year ago to create one leading global gases and engineering company has reached a new milestone: Starting today the integrated BOC Gases and Linde Gas organizations in North America will be branded as Linde.

Linde AG acquired The BOC Group, PLC in September 2006 to form The Linde Group, which consists of a group of over 100 companies in more than 70 countries.

“The integration enables us to take advantage of each company’s experience and unique strengths,” said Pat Murphy, president, Linde North America.

Those strengths include in excess of $2 billion in sales in North America and 5,000 employees. Linde serves over 100,000 customers in the food, chemicals, metals, glass, energy, electronics, welding and fabricating industries from a network of over 400 locations, including plants, sales offices and retail outlets, and 1,600 trucks and railcars.

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600450 BOC Gases And Linde Gas Rebrand In North America As Linde
Date: 3 October 2007

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