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Air Liquide adds nitrogen liquefier in Cleburne, to add 21 jobs

Air Liquide, a French supplier of industrial gases to various industries, has expanded its Cleburne operation with a second nitrogen liquefier.

The company, which has operated an air separation facility in Cleburne since 1998, said it plans to add 21 employees over the next two years to support the increased production capacity, including production technicians and truck drivers.

The liquefier, which recently began commercial production, will enable Air Liquide to increase its supply of liquid nitrogen to customers in a range of industries including food & beverage, manufacturing, glass, electronics, oil and gas, and chemicals. the company said.

-- Steve Kaskovich


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