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LENA names new President and CEO

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Linde Engineering North America (LENA) has released a statement claiming that it has appointed Jason Cooper as President and CEO.

Cooper has been with the Linde Group since 2008, joining as a Business Unit Manager responsible for hydrogen and synthesis gas. Later, he assumed roles including Vice President of Project Management and Construction, and most recently served as Managing Director of the company’s Southeast Asian region. He has 22 years of experience at the domestic and international level, in both owner/operator and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) corporate environments.

Christian Bruch, Linde Group Executive Board, said: “We are pleased to name Jason Cooper as LENA's President and CEO.

"Jason has demonstrated clear results for Linde in numerous areas of the company and in several areas of our international footprint. We look forward to the executive leadership he will bring to LENA as the company explores growth opportunities. I would also like to thank Steve Bertone for his long-time dedication to Linde and his valuable contributions throughout his more than 33 years with the company."

Cooper said: “I see great opportunities for LENA's future […] We have a very talented team that have achieved some wonderful things over the years. Certainly there are opportunities and some challenges in the road ahead, but I know our employees at every level are committed to generating value for our customers. We will continue to push for strong collaboration with customers and partners, driving for innovative solutions and delivering successful projects."

Cooper will primarily work from the company’s office in Houston, Texas, US, and will maintain an ongoing presence throughout the company’s geographic footprint.

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