Linde has changed the name of Praxair Canada after its 2018 merger.Click image to enlargeLinde has announced that its Canadian subsidiary, Praxair Canada Inc., has changed its name to Linde Canada Inc.

This name change aligns the Canadian business with the global Linde brand and reflects the company’s evolution following the combination of Praxair Inc. and Linde AG in 2018.

The combined product and service portfolios of the new Linde offer Canadian customers more options to improve operational efficiency and plan for future growth.

Linde Canada Inc. says it remains committed to providing the reliable, high-quality products and services that its Canadian customers have come to expect.

The primary customer contact for products and services will remain the same. Information on the Canadian business may be found at www.LindeCanada.ca.

Linde’s Medigas division will continue to operate under that name in Canada.

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