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Hurricane Florence Update

Tuesday, September 18
12:30 p.m. ET


Our thoughts and hearts are with all those affected by Florence, which brought record rainfall, damaged tens of thousands of homes, and resulted in widespread flooding.
We urge everyone to continue to exercise extreme caution as flooding, downed trees, and downed power lines can cause unexpected hazards throughout the area. Please be safe.

Air Products continues to assess conditions in the aftermath of the storm:

  • We are grateful to report that all of Air Products’ employees are safe. Our production facilities located in Reidsville, North Carolina and Conyers, Georgia were not directly impacted and are continuing to operate normally.

  • Record river flooding in the Carolinas is ongoing and is expected to continue over the next several days.

  • A significant number of road closures and poor travel conditions are likely to impact Air Products’ ability to deliver products to customers in the region. We will continue to closely monitor conditions to ensure that the safe delivery of products to our customers is possible. 

If you have any questions, please contact your Air Products sales representative or Air Products Customer Service at 1-800-224-2724.



Sunday, September 16
12:30 p.m. ET


Air Products continues to monitor Hurricane Florence developments. We care about your safety and are thinking of you and your families in the region as the storm moves through the area.

  • Hurricane Florence was downgraded to a Tropical Depression as of early Sunday morning. Rainfall in North Carolina has broken previous state records and flash flooding and major river flooding is expected to continue over a significant portion of the Carolinas. Flash-flood warnings are currently in effect through Monday.

  • Widespread power outages are expected with more than one million power failures currently being reported in the region.

  • Air Products’ production facilities located in Reidsville, North Carolina and Conyers, Georgia were not directly impacted by the storm and are continuing to operate normally.

  • It is likely that Air Products’ ability to deliver products to customers in the region will be impacted due to poor road conditions and road closures. We continue to closely monitor road and travel conditions to ensure that the safe delivery of products to our customers is possible. 

We will update this page as appropriate. If you have any questions, please contact your Air Products sales representative or Air Products Customer Service at
1-800-224-2724.


Friday, September 14
2:30 p.m. ET


Air Products continues to monitor Hurricane Florence developments. We care about your safety and are thinking of you and your families in the region as the storm moves through the area.

  • Hurricane Florence made landfall this morning near Wrightsville Beach and has weakened to a Category 1 hurricane. But even as category 1 hurricane, the impacts of Florence on the region will still be significant.

  • Florence is expected to crawl near or along the coast of the Carolinas through at least Saturday and then expected to move inland. This is expected to cause flash flooding and major river flooding.

  • Widespread power outages will occur throughout the Carolinas through this weekend; power outages estimated to be in the millions.

  • At this time, we do not anticipate a direct impact to the operations at our production facilities located in Reidsville, North Carolina and Conyers, Georgia.

  • It is likely that Air Products’ ability to deliver products to customers in the region will be impacted due to poor road conditions and road closures. We will be closely monitoring road and travel conditions to ensure that the safe delivery of products to our customers is possible. 

We will update this page as appropriate. If you have any questions, please contact your Air Products sales representative or Air Products Customer Service at
1-800-224-2724.


Thursday, September 13
8:30 a.m. ET


Air Products continues to monitor Hurricane Florence developments. We care about your safety and are thinking of everyone in the region preparing for the storm.

  • At this time, we do not anticipate direct impact to the operations at our production facilities located in Reidsville, North Carolina and Conyers, Georgia.
  • It is likely that Air Products’ ability to deliver products to customers in the region will be impacted due to poor road conditions and road closures. We will be closely monitoring road and travel conditions to ensure that the safe delivery of products to our customers is possible.

We will update this page as appropriate. If you have any questions, please contact your Air Products sales representative or Air Products Customer Service at 1-800-224-2724.


Tuesday, September 11
4:30 p.m. ET 


As part of our ongoing Hurricane Preparedness Program,
Air Products is monitoring the development of Hurricane Florence and its potential impact along the Atlantic Coast.

Based on current forecasts, we do not anticipate direct impact to the operations at our production facilities located in Reidsville, North Carolina and Conyers, Georgia; however, it is likely that Air Products’ ability to deliver products to customers in the region will be impacted due to poor road conditions. We will be closely monitoring road and travel conditions to ensure that the safe delivery of products to our customers is possible.

We will update this page as appropriate. If you have any questions, please contact your Air Products sales representative or Air Products Customer Service at
1-800-224-2724.

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