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Sibur expands PE exports from ZapSip to Europe

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Russian petrochemical company SIBUR has increased its European exports of Polyethylene (PE) produced at newly launched the ZapSib complex.

Since 2020, when ZapSib was launched, 24 PE grades have been successfully homologated, serving more than 1400 customers in over 60 countries. 

This year, SIBUR began exporting a wide range of PE to European processors through its Sales office in Vienna. The company operates a network of warehouses in Europe that enable deliveries to any European region.

SIBUR offers package solutions to film producers that include LLDPE, LDPE and HDPE grades for blown and cast films. Good blending capabilities allow processors to have a one-stop shopping experience. Bimodal for bottles, small containers and monomodal for large container HDPE blow moulding grades as well as first bimodal pipe grades, produced via Innovene S technology, provide additional benefits to those customers who require superior processability, additional downgauging and the physical properties of their finished products.

SIBUR’s localised technical service team is available to support the homologation process and to provide any technical feedback on the delivered goods.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/09032021/sibur-expands-pe-exports-from-zapsip-to-europe/

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