The new plant is located in the Almaty region and is expected to produce 800 plus diverse lubricants including Lukoil Genesis. With an annual output of 100,000 tonnes, the facility will offer more than 200 jobs for the locals.
Kazakhstan – Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin and President of PJSC Lukoil Vagit Alekperov have recently inaugurated a new lubricants plant in the Almaty region (Republic of Kazakhstan) with an annual output of 100,000 tonnes. The plant will produce more than 800 different lubricants, including Lukoil Genesis which features innovative molecular technology and is approved by major automobile makers around the world.
The location of the facility makes it possible to optimise the logistics of Lukoil's lubricants supplies in Kazakhstan and other countries of Central Asia.
The highest level of process automation allows for producing and shipping lubricants to the customer within 24 hours while the laboratory equipped to the latest standards guarantees the highest quality of products.
The project was implemented in strict compliance with the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and international health, safety and environment standards. The plant was designed and built by keeping in mind the potentially high seismic activity at the site.
The lubricant plant will offer more than 200 jobs for citizens of Kazakhstan, including graduates of Kazakh universities.