Air Liquide Invests €5 Million in Romania Filling Center
The Romanian subsidiary of French industrial gases producer Air Liquide plans to invest €5 million in a new gas filling center in Cluj-Napoca.
The company said the project should be fully operational by the end of this year.
"The new center for filling gas cylinders will allow Air Liquide Romania to better serve its customers in the developing industrial zones in Transylvania," said Michael Darrieus, Air Liquide's director for southeast Europe.
The new unit will support clients in the food, automotive, manufacturing and energy sectors in particular.