Under the new business deal, existing Taif shareholders will receive a 15 % stake in Sibur Holding. With this move, the new company will aim to make its petrochemicals business more competitive on a global scale which will also offer potential opportunities for Russia’s petrochemical industry.
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Sibur will make use of 34 kt of recycled plastics every year to produce the green PET granules at its Polief site in Blagoveshchensk. The move aims to meet the growing demand of eco-friendly PET packaging and is in line with the company’s 2025 Sustainability Strategy.
Russia’s Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin attended the online official ceremony to mark the foundation of Sibur’s Amur Gas Chemical Complex project. Once completed, the project is expected to produce 2.3 mtpa of polyethylene and 400 ktpa of polypropylene.
Sibur is ramping up thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) at its Voronezh site in Russia. The new capacities are expected to cater to the demands of special segments including compounds and glues. This year, the company also aims to include five new SBS grades to its product portfolio.
Amidst the global pandemic of Covid-19, there is an urgent need for high quality single-use personal protective equipment for healthcare workers in Russia. For this purpose, Sibur will supply a particular polypropylene grade to Netkanika for developing nonwoven fabric which will be used for producing protective equipment.
Under a joint project, Sibur will make use of Brochesia’s ‘B View’ solution for its Network Modernization-Digitalization’ transformation project. The solution enabled the Russian petrochemicals company to enhance its production processes through Augmented Reality and Remote Assistance.
Sibur’s Board of Directors has approved the 2025 Sustainable Development Strategy which focuses on five core areas: Responsible Business, Environment, Society and Partnership, Sustainable Product Portfolio, and Climate Impact Mitigation.
Am Rande der Sitzung im Polylab R&D Centre in Moskau haben Sibur und BASF eine Absichtserklärung unterzeichnet, in der sie ihre Partnerschaft im Bereich der nachhaltigen Entwicklung und Kreislaufwirtschaft formalisieren.
Under the terms of the MOU signed by Sibur and BASF, both the companies will work together in areas of water efficiency, carbon footprint management and chemicals recycling. The agreement was signed by Maxim Remchukov, Sustainable Development Director, Sibur and Christoph Roehrig, Head of BASF in Russia and the CIS.