The facility will produce 250 tons of gases per day, including liquid medical oxygen, nitrogen and argon, to meet healthcare needs. pharma and other industrial sectors of the region.
The construction of the ASU, which began in April 2022 after Linde received official approval from the Telangana government, was completed within a span of 18 months, the report said.
“The new Hyderabad ASU will provide us with a manufacturing base in the key market Telangana and will reduce dependence on supply from other states,” said RC Kaushik, head of sales, healthcare and AT, Linde-India.
“With the start-up of this plant, we will be well-positioned to meet growth expectations in this region and also more effectively and efficiently serve our healthcare customers and the growing pharmaceutical sector in the state.”
“We were focused on completing construction within the 18-month target despite challenges along the way that affected imports of critical equipment,” said Anirudh Gharote, Executive Director, Praxair India Pvt Ltd.