Air Liquide China’s CEO Nicolas Poirot was among nearly 100 executives of the world’s top 500 companies who travelled to Wuhan, China to show support for the city as it returns to normality post coronavirus.
Since 2007, Air Liquide has set up six branches in Wuhan. Based on the rapidly growing infrastructure and environmental protection construction, Air Liquide is set to expand investment in electronic information, medical oxygen, hydrogen energy and other fields.
Poirot said there are currently three projects of liquefied air in progress in Wuhan. After completion, Air Liquide will continue to provide services and support for Wuhan hospitals and electronic facilities, and will continue to provide technology and services to provide safe and clean air with hydrogen energy solutions.
“At present, we serve more than 800 Wuhan customers in the fields of medical services, automobiles and food. Wuhan’s economic development is slowly on track,” Poirot said, speaking at the Fortune 500 event on 12th June.
“We believe that after the epidemic, the development of Wuhan will slowly accelerate. We will inject more vitality into Wuhan, continue to increase investment and share development opportunities.”
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