27 September 2012 15:01 [Source: ICIS news]
MOSCOW (ICIS)--Leading Russian polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producer Sayanskhimplast expects its total production volumes to increase this year, the company said in an announcement on Thursday.
The company aims to produce 270,000 tonnes of PVC – up by almost 4% year on year.
Sayanskhimplast also reiterated plans to raise its PVC output to 350,000 tonnes/year by 2014, and 600,000 tonnes/year by 2020.
Based in the Irkutsk region of eastern Siberia, Sayanskhimplast produced 259,000 tonnes of PVC in 2011 – nearly half of Russia's total output.
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