Polymer processing Tatarstan chemistry
Polymer processing in Tatarstan has grown 2.5 times in seven years Polymer processing Tatarstan chemistry
MOSCOW – Polymer processing in Tatarstan has grown 2.5 times in seven years, reports Business Gazette . Polymer processing Tatarstan chemistry
Tatarstan produces 12% of all chemistry in the Russian Federation and almost half, 41% of all polymers. Some brands of the enterprise of the Republic produce the only in Russia.
Such information was announced by the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan, Alexey Savelchev, at the last “Polymer Day,” informs the republican media.
Nizhnekamskneftekhim (NKNH) and Kazanorgsintez (KOS) together produce more than 1.5 million tons of base polymers. Of these, 24% is processed (for different types of products), or 366 thousand tons. Polymer processing Tatarstan chemistry
And, although the volume of polymer processing has increased 2.5 times over the past 7 years, it has not yet been possible to achieve the goal set by the President of the Republic of Tajikistan to 30%.
In many ways, the petrochemical giants themselves, who are constantly increasing their production capacity, are “guilty”, while the processors do not have time for them.
The growth of polymer processing occurred due to the opening of new enterprises, the deputy minister noted. “How have we grown up? We have large enterprises, the largest of which are I-Plast, Danaflex, Tekhstroy, Polimatiz, TatkhimPlast and the young company Poligran,” Savelchev listed.
For example, Tekhstroy manufactures polymer pipes, Ai-Plast specializes in polymer packaging, Danaflex-nano is known for its nanofilm, Kama Polymer Materials Plant has chosen the production of compounds and film products for itself, SafPlast “famous for polycarbonate, 40% stretch film in the Russian Federation t UK “SP Kamskie clearing” and so on.
Earlier it was reported that PC “Poligran” launched the second extrusion line for the production of composite materials for the cable industry in the Vysokogorsky district of the Republic of Tatarstan.
Author: Anna Larionova