Sibur establishes trade centre in Turkey Ukraine
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Sibur establishes trade centre in Turkey and Ukraine

6:09 AM, 19th February 2013
Sibur establishes trade centre in Turkey and Ukraine

KYIV, UKRAINE/ISTANBUL, TURKEY: Sibur International GmbH trading company has registered subsidiaries in Turkey and Ukraine. Sibur International Trading Istanbul and Sibur International Trading Kiev, with offices in the respective capitals, will trade in basic polymers.

Sibur International Trading Istanbul will sell the polypropylene produced by the new Tobolsk-Polymer Complex upon its commissioning. Sibur International Trading Kiev will sell the polypropylene produced by Tomskneftekhim and Tobolsk-Polymer.

The major polypropylene consumers in Turkey and Ukraine are polypropylene big bag and woven bag, rug, BOPP film, non-woven fabric and compound manufacturers. The new trading arms will enhance Sibur’s flexibility in adjusting to clients’ needs, give the company extra competitive edge in strategic markets, and increase sales through access to end consumers.

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