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Air Products And Chemicals Announces Relocations

Air Products and Chemicals Inc., Lehigh Valley, Pa., has announced that it plans to relocate its global textile technology center to a new facility in Greenville, S.C.The new, expanded facility will continue to serve the companys polyvinyl alcohol-based warp size business for customers located in the United States and Latin America and will be in operation by late summer 1999.Air Products will additionally transfer its existing polyvinyl alcohol blending operations from Travels Rest, S.C., to facilities in Alabama and Texas.This move, the company said, is expected to improve customer response and reduce costs by consolidating blending and packaging operations at existing facilities.Robert L. Ricci, regional manager for Air Products, said: Shifting our technical center and blending operations to new facilities enables us to more efficiently and cost effectively respond to the needs of our global customers.Air Products service chain supporting polyvinyl alcohol blend customers, which also includes warehousing and bulk storage centers in the Carolinas, will not be effected by the relocations.


June 1999




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