With the help of new production unit, located in Rancho Cucamonga, Air Liquide will be able to increase its supply of industrial gases to customers in the region while minimizing power consumption and overall production costs.

American Air Liquide president and CEO and Air Liquide Executive Committee member Michael Graff said the ASU enables the company to better serve its customers, to support the growth of the industrial gas market in Southern California.

Southern California Edison provides electricity for the Air Liquide’s facility in Rancho Cucamonga.

The new ASU produces liquid oxygen and nitrogen for a range of industries, including healthcare, food and beverage, steel, glass, electronics, oil and gas, and chemicals.