ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions signs up a deal to build a PET polymer and staple fibre production plant in Ivanovo, Russia which is supposed to have an annual production capacity of up to 200,000 tons of polyester polymer.
ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutionâ€™s role in the project will include engineering, procurement and supervision of the erection and commissioning of the plant.
The Germany-based multinational firm is working with the Russian company Polyester Plant Ivanovo which is involved in worldwide polyester staple production.
The new PET production plant will be the centerpiece of a production complex for synthetic fibres. Its construction is aimed at overcoming the dependence of the region's textile enterprises on imported commodities.
Sami Pelkonen, CEO of ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutionâ€™s Electrolysis & Polymers Technologies business unit said that they have had a proven track record of providing their customers in Russia with leading poly-condensation technologies and equipment.
Commencing with the basic engineering, they have utilized their experience from numerous successfully realized orders in the country to create a solid foundation for this project.
Werner Steinauer, CEO of the engineering firm Uhde-Inventa Fischer, a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions that is heading up the project, says, â€œThe key to success in this new project was not only our best-in-class technology, but also the ongoing intensive contact with our customer in order to identify their needs.â€
Uhde-Inventa Fischer, headquartered in Berlin, has constructed more than 450 polymer plants worldwide, including several projects in Russia.
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