Extrol polymer chemical production
Extrol may become a polymer chemical production site Extrol polymer chemical production
MOSCOW – The authorities of the Sverdlovsk region can support the creation of a chemical cluster for the production of polymers, the base site of which will be the Ekstrol plant (Revda), the Minister of Industry and Science of the Sverdlovsk region Sergei Perestoronin said in an interview with local media.Extrol polymer chemical production
“We are ready to support the initiative of the enterprise – it is only necessary to determine the main characteristics and specifics of the cluster.
This will facilitate the production of new types of products and the creation of jobs. We are also ready to provide state support to the plant in the manner prescribed by law,” said Sergey Perestoronin.Extrol polymer chemical production
Recently, the plant hosted the II Ural International Scientific and Practical Forum, which brought together more than 100 participants from Germany, Canada, Poland, Austria and Russia.
“On our site, we combined raw material suppliers, manufacturers of materials and processors. We decided to show that the Middle Urals are not only the metallurgists’ edge.
Our chemical industry can and should be developed,” said plant director Yuri Holkin.
Earlier it was reported that Rosneft plans to actively develop petrochemicals based on several sites, including in Ufa. Extrol polymer chemical production
According to the company’s vice-president Igor Slagiev, Rosneft intends to create three petrochemical clusters and invest a total of about USD30 billion in them.
The Extrol plant has been manufacturing extruded polystyrene foam since 2005.
Four years ago, the company launched an automated German-made line, and this year it acquired two polymers for the transport of bulk materials, excluding the cost of packaging and its recycling.
Author: Anna Larionova