22 March 2012 09:50 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Russian producer Sibur plans to export polypropylene (PP) from its new plant in Tobolsk, Siberia, to ?xml:namespace>
“The 500,000 tonne/year new PP plant in Tobolsk will operate on INEOS technology using propane as feedstock,” said Almaz Yamaliev, general manager of Sibur's trading arm, Sibur-International (
The trading company currently operates one sales office in
The company already sells low density polyethylene (LDPE) from Sibur’s plants in Siberia, having on average exported around 5,000 tonnes per month of LDPE to
It sells material to the Chinese domestic market in yuan on an ex-warehouse basis and in US dollars on a CFR (cost and freight)
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