Since its establishment in 1989, Linde Korea has become one of South Korea’s largest suppliers of gases. Linde Korea is firmly dedicated to serving its growing and diverse customer base including blue-chip customers in industries ranging from chemicals and petrochemicals to steel, electronics, food and healthcare.
As part of a leading global organisation, Linde Korea leverages on the latest technology and global expertise in business practices and day-to-day operations to deliver reliable and cost-efficient products and integrated solutions to its customers.
|1988||The BOC Group invests in Korea.|
|1989||Daehan BOC Gases incorporated.|
|1991||First air separation unit (ASU) and gas filling station in Pohang established.|
|1995||Joint-venture with Air Products known as Shinil Cryogenic established.|
|1997||Company name changed to BOC Gases Korea.
ASU No. 2 plant in Pohang established.
|1999||ASU Seosan Site No. 1 plant acquired.
ASU Seosan site No. 2 plant acquired.
|2000||H2 plant in Seosan No. 2 site acquired.|
|2003||H2 filling station in Seosan No. 2 site established.|
|2006||ASU No. 1 plant in Giheung established.
Linde and BOC become The Linde Group; both companies have more than 130 years of history backed by a strong track record as innovators and technology leaders; today The Linde Group is a world market leader in gases and engineering.
|2007||Transfer of electronics material business from Songwon Edwards to BOC Korea.|
|2008||BOC Gases Korea rebranded as Linde Korea.|
ASU No. 2 plant in Giheung established.
Acquisition of 51% of PSG Corp.
N2O plant in Asan established.