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  1. Polyethylene Pipes conference

    The conference took place in mid-February and was the largest industry gathering in the polymer pipes and feedstock industry in recent years, bringing together 86 companies, including 53 Russian pipe plants that process polymer feedstock. The All-Russia Scientific Conference "Polyethylene Pipes Market: Future Outlook" was organised jointly by Gazprom StroyTEK Salavat, a leading supplier of polyethylene pipes to oil and gas facilities in Russia, and METACLAY, a manufacturer of compounds...

  2. Aquatherm-2020

    SIBUR took part in the Aquatherm Moscow 2020 Exhibition where it revealed new grades, shared homologation plans, discussed contract terms and logistics options and signed first deals. Audience On 11–14 February, the Crocus Expo Exhibition Centre became the venue for the International Exhibition Aquatherm Moscow 2020. This year, with new exhibitors joining, the event attracted more visitors than in previous years. Aquatherm has become a traditional platform for SIBUR to hold talks with...

  3. Anti-counterfeit labelling

    How plastic pipe makers are combating fakery: a blockchain solution by POLYPLASTIC. Russian President Vladimir Putin is known for his anti-counterfeit statements, describing the problem as a “disaster”. In 2015, he signed a decree to establish the State Commission for Combating Illegal Trafficking of Industrial Products, followed in 2016 by the government approving a corresponding Strategy for the period until 2020 and the planning period until 2025. The authorities believe that counterfeiting...

  4. Polymer piping to support public utilities

    ... Utilities of the Moscow Region. Less cost, more reliability Nowadays, polymeric pipes are everywhere spanning from hot and cold water supply, sewerage, gas supply, heating systems to wiring ducts and optical fibres. The reason why polymers dominate the pipe making industry is quite simple as these exceed steel and copper pipes in a number of ways. Polymers cost less in terms of transportation and their plasticity makes utility engineering easier, installation works quicker and piping more reliable. ...

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