Dmitry Konov provides insight into SIBUR’s environmental strategy at the Startup Village LiveStream ’20 online conference.
Factories, offices, restaurants and airports reopen with new rules.
Elastomers R&D Centre at SIBUR’s Voronezh site developed and launched a new grade of high-viscosity polybutadiene rubber (BR-ND HV).
SIBUR's DOTP certified for use in medical items.
SIBUR’s R&D centre has developed new LDPE grades to produce polymer packaging for infusion solutions used in COVID-19 treatment.
ZapSibNeftekhim has increased the output of polypropylene grades for medical use.
By the end of 2020, SIBUR’s Krasnoyarsk site plans to start commercial production of synthetic nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) latex with an annual capacity of 3.5 kt.
Voronezhsintezkauchuk’s new TPE line has produced the first 3,000 t of polymers in test mode.
The company has ramped up the production of nonwoven materials and acquired medical mask manufacturing machinery.
SIBUR’s partner Kapitel Irkutsk plant has launched production of a safe and effective antiseptic.
International Plastic Guide has been included on the list of strategically important companies that continued operating throughout the pandemic.
POLYPLASTIC Group has bought the necessary equipment and launched a two-stage re-granulation line that allows it to recycle up to 600 t of polymers a month.
Following successful testing, SIBUR’s facility in Tomsk is launching commercial production of bags from recycled materials.
SIBUR Business Practices online platform unveils new webinars for the time of crisis.
SIBUR has appreciated Russian Railways’s efforts to transition to remote communication with partners.
SIBUR has partnered with Brochesia to bring augmented reality (AR) technologies to its production.
SIBUR has fully automated purchases of electrical materials.
SIBUR supports development of ProPlastic mobile app on polymers.
SIBUR’s Tomsk site, BIAXPLEN T, has started to use KUKA robot manipulator for production purposes.
Despite the pandemic, the Reactor platform launched with the support of SIBUR for trading recyclable materials keeps business as usual.
33% of companies asked their employees to work remotely during the lockdown, but only 20% of them plan to keep it virtual for some employees moving forward.
Our means of combating viruses are limited, but scientists continue to seek ways to curb the pandemic. And chemistry is at the forefront of this search.
SIBUR’s CEO Mikhail Karisalov talks to Kommersant about the impact of the pandemic and the OPEC+ deal on the markets.
On 17 July 2020, SIBUR celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The WEF website has published an article by Dmitry Konov, Chairman of SIBUR's Management Board, about COVID-19 and plastic problem.
Falling prices will not drive up the demand, lifted restrictions will not return the consumption levels, and lower GDP will not stagnate the market.
With the pandemic in full swing, demand for chemical products in 2020 is dwindling.
The COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions slashed global oil demand. In March 2020, oil prices saw the largest drop since the 2008 financial crisis.
Alexander Ladan, Director of Neo-Pack, talks about the current trends in the packaging market in the context of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the global economy and disrupted the waste, plastic, and recycling industries.
The epidemic is an additional incentive to set up advanced production facilities in Russia.
In 2020, the petrochemical industry will be the key driver of non-commodity exports.
A glance at medical plastic use and recycling.
Needless to say how essential personal protective equipment – medical masks and clothing – has recently become. Amidst the pandemic, SIBUR elected to expand its cooperation with NETKANIKA, a major manufacturer of medical materials.
Roman Muzyka, Marketing and Sales Director at BIAXPLEN, on choosing the right path in life and things that keep him going.
Five steps to safety in the office and on site.
A few years ago, SIBUR launched a large-scale digital transformation programme. Amid the pandemic, digital instruments have become much more popular.
Anders Liljenstolpe, CEO of JLL’s Russia and CIS business, gives tips on how to best navigate the return to the office and help staff recalibrate.
The pandemic-induced crisis has highlighted the companies that really cared for their employees and those that only pretended to do so.
Remote work tends to blur the line between your job and personal life, which down the line can lead to burnout.
Energy, not time, is the basis for productivity. There’s no point in working if you’re exhausted.