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ThyssenKrupp bags FEED contract for Russian PP plant

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Aug '12
In May 2012 the ThyssenKrupp plant construction business won a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for a single-train polypropylene plant. The plant will be built for ZapSibNeftechim L.L.C., a wholly owned subsidiary of Sibur, the biggest Russian gas processing and petrochemicals group.

The plant, which will have a design capacity of 500,000 t/year, is to be built in Tobolsk, Tyumen Region, in West Siberia. The permitting for the contract will be carried out by the local company OOO Uhde during contract execution.

The polypropylene plant will be based on LyondellBasell's Spheripol process, the most widely used technology for the production of polypropylene. The Tobolsk plant will produce a wide range of polypropylene brands for use, for example, in textile and packaging applications as well as in the production of automotive body parts and consumer goods.

The Plant Technology business area is focused on specialized and large-scale plant construction. With over 13,000 employees and sales of 4 billion euros in fiscal year 2010/2011 it offers its customers first-class processes and guarantees maximum productivity and profitability for the operators of industrial plants. 

Plant Technology is a global player in specialized and large-scale plant engineering. Subsidiaries and international partnerships offer its customers complete engineering know-how – globally and locally.

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