Sibur Holding subsidiary successfully launches Russia’s first EPS plant

Sibur-Khimprom, a subsidiary of Russian petrochemicals group Sibur Holding, has successfully launched the country’s first plant to make expandable polystyrene (EPS) to international standards, as reported by PRW. The 50,000 tpa EPS unit, located at Perm in Russia’s Ural mountain region, represents the initial stage of a project which will eventually have a 100,000 tpa capacity. To be built with an investment outlay of €44.5 mln, the plant is to use technology developed by the Norwegian company Sunpor Technology, part of the Sunde group. Output from the plant will be used to meet domestic demand and reduce Russian imports of the material from Europe and Asia.
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