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Company presentation Messer Group Messer 1 - 05/11 Gases for Life Company Contents Company Locations Key Figures Products and Applications Messer World References Messer 2 - 05/11 Company Short Profile Short Profile Specialist for

  1. Company presentation Messer Group Messer 1 - 05/11 Gases for Life

  2. Company Contents Company Locations Key Figures Products and Applications Messer World References Messer 2 - 05/11

  3. Company Short Profile Short Profile Specialist for Industrial Gases Company Messer is the largest owner-managed industrial gas company in the world. Products Messer produces and supplies oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, helium, inert welding gases, specialty gases, medical gases, food gases and many different gas mixtures. Customers All industrial sectors, healthcare as well as science and research benefit from its products and application technologies. Messer 3 - 05/11

  4. Company Owner and CEO Management Stefan Messer , born on 20.01.1955 in Frankfurt am Main, married with two children • CEO of Messer Group GmbH since 2004 • In 2010, Stefan Messer was named “Family Entrepreneur of the Year” and received the “Focus for Excellence“ award • Stefan Messer’s roles include: - Honorary Consul of the Republic of Slovenia - Member of the Board of Directors of the International Oxygen Manufacturers Association (IOMA), Washington - President of the EIGA (European Industrial Gases Association) - Vice President of the Frankfurt Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) - Member of the board of the German Welding Society (DVS) “Profits are important to us, but they’re not the be-all and end-all. It is just as important to be independent and to turn our own ideas into reality.” Stefan Messer, CEO and owner of the Messer Group Messer 4 - 05/11

  5. Company Management Management Together for success Stefan Messer , Chief Executive Officer Dr. Hans-Gerd Wienands , Chief Financial Officer Dr. Uwe Bechtolf, Controlling / Accounting & Strategy Johann Ringhofer, Engineering & Production Adolf Walth , Sales & Marketing Europe Executive headquarters / Headquarters of the central management of international technical departments, operations: Procurement and Logistics: Messer-Platz 1 Gahlingspfad 31 65812 Bad Soden am Taunus 47803 Krefeld Messer 5 - 05/11

  6. Company Supervisory Board Management The people behind the success Dr. Karl-Gerhard Seifert Dr. Bodo Lüttge Petra Messer Dr. Jürgen Heraeus (Chair) Peter Wilhelm Storm van’s Gravesande (from left) „A company needs to be free in order to invest in its independence. Dr. Jürgen Heraeus, Chair Messer 6 - 05/11

  7. Company Our Mission Statement Mission Statement Vision Messer is an important industrial gases group in its core markets of Europe and China. Messer is and will remain an independent family-run business. We think and act decisively for a long term and measure ourselves by our sustained success. Together with our partners and associated companies in the field of wear, fusion, and cutting technologies as well as precision instrumentation we develop synergies and meet our customers’ needs expertly, reliably and with a flair for innovation. This is what makes us the first choice for our customers and employees. Messer 7 - 05/11

  8. Company Mission Mission Statement As an owner-managed family business with a rich tradition we are focused on the future whilst taking into account the different conditions in our existing markets. We also use our experience and expertise to building up our position in new markets. Ranging from acetylene to xenon we offer our customers a wide range of technical and medical gases and food and specialty gases. Our product range is completed by our excellent services and state- of-the-art technical plants and equipment. In our highly modern technology centres we work together with our customers to develop application technologies for the use of gases in almost every industry, in food technology, medicine, science and research. Our efficient and dedicated employees, our flexibility and the closeness we feel to our customers in local markets makes us their preferred partner. Through entrepreneurial flair, farsighted thinking and the continuous improvement of our processes, we create added value for our customers and so secure our mutual success in the long term. Solid finances and fair profits guarantee our independence and support sustainable growth. Messer 8 - 05/11

  9. Company Values Mission Statement Customer orientation We are focused on the individual requirements of our customers and help them to improve their competitiveness and their performance. Employee orientation We train, develop and promote motivated and efficient employees with integrity. We expect our employees to be resourceful and responsible team players. Responsible behaviour We take our social responsibilities towards our employees and to society very seriously: Safety, Health, Environment Corporate responsibility By responsibly managing our resources and applying the talents of our employees we are increasing the worth of our company in the long term. Excellence Our actions are based on technical expertise, innovation, flexibility and the ability to make quick decisions. Mutual trust and respect We believe that cooperation is based on trust, sincerity, transparency and frank communication. We respect and abide by the culture and social customs of the countries in which we work. Messer 9 - 05/11

  10. Company Employees Employees Our most important asset • 5,288 employees worldwide, with 90% of them outside the German-speaking countries “Growing sales and a • Targeted employee development through regular training growing workforce go hand in measures hand at Messer.” • Intercultural competence through international staff exchange Stefan Messer • Training at many locations worldwide, the training rate for the location in Germany is approx. 4.8%. • Transnational ideas management Messer 10 - 05/11

  11. Company History History 113 Years of competence in industrial gases Foundation: 1898 Adolf Messer forms the Frankfurter Acetylen-Gas-Gesellschaft Messer & Cie. in Höchst for the production of acetylene developers and light fittings. 1903 Ernst Wiss develops the first hydrogen-oxygen cutting torch at Griesheim-Elektron. These are followed by machines and equipment for gas welding technology. 1908 Chemische Fabrik Griesheim Elektron begins operation of its first oxygen plant. Growth: 1965 Birth of Messer Griesheim GmbH under Hans Messer. Merger Adolf Messer GmbH with parts of Knapsack-Griesheim AG from Hoechst 1966 Expansion in Western Europe and in North America 1990 Expansion in Eastern and Central Europe 1995 Entry into China and rapid expansion 2001 Goldman Sachs Funds and Allianz Capital Partners take over the shares of Hoechst (Aventis). Family ownership: 2004 The Messer family again owns 100% of the company. 2005 The Messer family again owns 100% of Cutting and Welding Division. 2006 Billion Euro turnover mark exceeded: Messer Group and Messer Eutectic Castolin. Expansion of activities in Europe and Asia 2008 Founding of Messer Industriegase GmbH in Germany 2011 Move to a joint group head office Bad Soden Messer 11 - 05/11

  12. Locations Contents Company Locations Key Figures Products and Applications Messer World References Messer 12 - 05/11

  13. Locations More than 60 locations in over 34 countries Worldwide Europe: Asia: America: Australia: Africa: Albania China Peru New Zealand Algeria Austria Vietnam Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia France Germany Hungary Italy Latvia Lithuania Macedonia Montenegro Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Russia (Kaliningrad) Serbia Slovenia Slovakia Spain Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Messer 13 - 05/11

  14. Locations Independent product supply in Europe Europe Estonia Air separation units Latvia existing air separation units Lithuania Denmark Russia air separation units in construction or planning Poland Netherlands Belgium Ukraine Germany Czech Slovakia Republic Romania Hungary Austria Slovenia Switzerland France Croatia Bulgaria Bosnia- Serbia Italy Herzegovina Montenegro Portugal Macedonia Turkey Spain Albania Messer 14 - 05/11

  15. Locations Central and South-Eastern Europe Europe Main focuses • Market leader (over 40%) in four countries • Centre of expertise for metallurgical and industrial applications, Austria • Certified production of gases for the food industry in nine and for medical applications in 16 countries • Secure cash flows from on-site facilities in: Austria, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic • On-site hydrogen plants in Austria, Serbia, Slovakia and Hungary • Specialty gases plants in Austria and Hungary • CO 2 sources in Croatia, Macedonia, Austria, Poland, Serbia and Hungary Messer 15 - 05/11

  16. Locations Western Europe Europe Main focuses • Re-entry into the German industrial gas market with the entire product range, two air separation plants and a cylinder filling plant • Centre of expertise for industrial and food applications in France • Strong position in Spain thanks to pipeline network • On-site hydrogen plant in Switzerland • Specialty gases plants in Switzerland, Belgium and France • CO 2 -sources and outstanding positions in the CO 2 market in Benelux, France and Italy Messer 16 - 05/11

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