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Liansu plans to construct polypropylene plant

April 20/2012
(chemicals-technology) --  China-based Liansu Group, a manufacturer of plastics pipe extruder and fittings, is planning to construct a new polypropylene (PP) plant in the western Siberia region of Omsk, Russia.

Liansu has entered into collaboration with Russia-based Titan petrochemicals group for part of the construction.
The plant, which is to produce 180,000t per annum of PP, will be launched in the first half of 2012.
The PP plant, supported by Titan Group and the provincial government, is a regional joint venture development of the chemical and agricultural-industrial Park agro-industrial regional clusters.

Plans for the petrochemical cluster also include a downstream industrial park which is designed to assemble as many as 40 small and medium sized plastics processing facilities, to process PP from the plant.

According to Titan, the park should include converters of film, packaging, automotive components and medical products, to pipe, building materials and household goods.

Liansu Group European sales director Suzy Jan said, "We have rich experience of making finished products, you have the feedstock so we have all the (necessary) conditions for a successful cooperation."
Liansu plans to construct polypropylene plant
Gazprom Neft, a Russian oil company, and Sibur petrochemicals group are jointly seeking to take a stake in the Titan-Omsk PP project.

Author:Anna Larionova
Category:General News
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