The National Union of Downstream Industry’s Suppliers and Distributors Cooperatives (NCUP) has been a very active union among all other more than 23 very older associations and unions for plastics industry in Iran.
While considering the dangers of DOP oil, the use of this traditional material for the PVC industries in the world is continuously prohibited,. However, in Iran, for a variety of reasons, the price of this commodity is increasing rapidly, and
In the past two weeks, the price of DOP in Iran’s free market was about 49.000 Rials/Kg, but at the same time the DOP price was imported at 52,000 Rls., hence the concern about the replacement of the DOP from Europe grows. This news is ONLY open to paid subscribers. Be subscribed only for 40 Pound Sterling a year and enjoy latest economical and other specialty news from Iran polymers and petrochemicals.
PDID (the Petrochemical Downstream Industries Office of NPC) offered various investment opportunities to five companies. According to this short news, Iran’s petrochemical industry has many advantages to investors, and in addition to the upstream sectors in the industry, there are
New Government administrative of President Rouhani has approved great backups for expansion of Iranian petrochemicals. The results of such backups could be seen at several news coming out of “NPC” and the Iranian Oil Ministry showing strong activities for foreign
This news is ONLY open to paid subscribers. Be subscribed only for 40 Pound Sterling a year and enjoy latest economical and other specialty news from Iran polymers and petchem.: In a short interview with the NPC official news agency, Hassan Beigi, an inormative official related to the project explained abuot the first pre-sale contract with an European company.
According to the CEO of the company; Iran’s “Arya Sasol” Petrochemical Plant has acquired the technical know-how for mass production of MD3717 polyethylene with comercial number of 3717. The license issued after its the main licensor left Iran due to
Only for paid subscribers: During the week to August 30, supply soared at the same time as demand plunged in Iran petrochemical market. The prices for the week to September 3 were also announced.
Iran’s Jam Petrochemical Plant has become a supplier of high density polyethylene pipe grade which renders Iran needless of importing the item, the facility’s managing director said, in an interview with NIPNA news agency. The news published by NIPNA pointes:
Tehran, Iran, PIMI — The “Iranian Competition Council“’s remedy (advise) for regulating the petchem products’ market has come in the form of authorizing the Khalije Fars Holding (KFH= Persian Gulf Holding) refinery to offer 5500 tons of PET in a
This news is specialty for paid subscribers: A review of this week’s petrochemicals supply at Iran Mercantile Exchange.
A turbulent market like the polymer materials market in Iran which shows sharp declining in a week (last week) and sharp increases at the earlier week, is a market that is in the hands of materials’ manipulators rather than the
Almost a couple of weeks after the Iranian, International Conference on “Disposables and Biopolymers” Europeans are organizing several events on the same issue, including “EU Biomass to Power” Conference. “Michael Persson“, Head of Secretariat at Danish Bioenergy Association, wrote to PIMI about
The managers of two leading Iranian petrochemical holdings have been defying ministerial orders to stay at their companies’ sites to reduce the risk of security situations such as fires that affected many Iranian facilities last year.
Iran’s petrochemical output hit 18.196 million tons in the four months into the current fiscal year. Domestic sale was worth $3.37 billion, while export was worth $3.496 billion.
According to Mehr News Agency, the PRTC (Petrochemical Research and Technology Company) of Iran, a subsidiary of NPC, signed a MOU with France’s “Air Liquide” Engineering and Construction Company on transferring latest technology to convert methanol to PP. Late on
Analysis by “Mehdi Sepehrvand”. For paid subscribers only!
Once again, Mehdi Sepehrvand, a specialty journalist in the fields of the Iran’s petrochemical industry and economy, joined to the PIMI Portal’s “Editorial Team” after reduction of his round the clock professional pressures over the specialty journalists. His first editorial