One of the biggest technological advances in gas-filling plants is the gas Cylinder Filling plant (GFCP). A joint project between France and Germany, the GFCP was designed to make the process of filling large tanks more efficient. The idea behind this new technology is to reduce the number of mistakes made when filling the tanks with diesel or LPG. It also aims to increase productivity. This makes the operation of a gas filling plant more efficient and less prone to errors and costly accidents.
Construction of this facility began in 2021 and currently the plant is 90% complete. The company which made the first fully automated gas cylinder filling plant in the world has now launched a second competitor billed as the fastest-growing international plant in the gas filling industry today. The two companies compete for the lucrative market of overseas markets. The competition between these two companies has made both companies invest heavily in their respective fields and in other countries too.
In the area of nitrogen purification and cleaning, a small capacity oxygen plant has been installed by a multinational company. The nitrogen purifying plant will be fully operational by the end of this year ending next March, this plant will help the small-scale farmers to meet the requirements of the large agricultural markets. Small scale farmers are highly vulnerable to the price hike in the fertilizer market and therefore they require the services of nitrogen purifying and cleaning plants to meet their demands in the future. The new facility will also increase the production rate of small farmers and help them to achieve the desired targets successfully and hence this facility is very much necessary.