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Air Products announces North American price increase for liquid and bulk industrial gas products

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Effective 1 January 2019, or as contracts permit, Air Products will increase product pricing, monthly service charges, and surcharges for merchant customers in North America.

The pricing adjustments include increases of:

  • Up to 20% for liquid argon.
  • Up to 10% for liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen, liquid carbon dioxide and monthly service charges.

Some price adjustments may be outside of these ranges based on specific situations. Helium prices will also be increased based on supply/demand and cost situations and may be customer specific.

These adjustments are in response to increases in sourcing, production and delivery costs, and support continued investments in reliability, security, and safety.

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