Air Liquide-BOC JV wins contracts for STMicro Singapore plants

September 28, 2004 – The French industrial gases group Air Liquide has said that its 50-50 joint venture with British group BOC had signed gas supply contracts with STMicroelectronics for three semiconductor plants in Singapore, according to Agence France-Presse.

Under the contract, the Soxal joint venture will supply nitrogen, hydrogen, and speciality gases used to make computer chips at STMicro’s Technopark in the Singapore area, Air Liquide said.

No financial details of the contract were disclosed.

Soxal employs 530 people and had full-year sales of 300 million Singapore dollars (144.66 million euros, US$177.37 million).


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