Praxair Mexico Helps with the Construction of New Steel Plant in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico
Praxair Mexico, a subsidiary of the Fortune 300 Company and prevalent supplier of atmospheric and specialty gases, Praxair, recently signed a new agreement with principal Mexican steal company, Deacero. Praxair’s technological services, equipment, and gases help in the operation of many diverse industries. Their services aid in the preservation of foods, in the production of computer parts, and in the recycling of contaminated water from waste.
In an impending project, Praxair Mexico will supply gases such as oxygen, argon, and nitrogen to a new innovative industrial plant in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico. Ramos Arizpe is a very strategic location for the construction of the steel plant. It’s located in the apex of a booming industrial hub in Mexico. The plant will have a production capacity of 500 tons of steel per day and is expected to open its facilities in early 2014. Praxair will act as a principal force in the construction and maintenance of this new steel plant. Praxair, as a company, is dedicated to maintaining environmentally conscious business and production practices throughout all of their international ventures.
The General Director of Operations at Mexican steel production company, Deacero, David Gutierrez commented on their new partnership with Praxair. He stated, “We are happy to have Praxair as a key supplier to our new steel plant and look forward to a joint effort that results in innovative solutions and productivity gains that benefit both companies.” Murilo Melo, President and General Director of Praxair Mexico and Central America commented saying, “Praxair Mexico is proud to be awarded this new contract and is committed to providing Deacero and the Mexican market with cutting edge technology, high quality products and reliable world glass gas supply services in order to support its growth, productivity and environmental initiatives.”