Peter O’Brien, Member of the Management Board – Managing Director for Economics and Finance at SIBUR.
A survey by McKinsey & Company confirms that digital solutions underpin successful transformation towards the new economy.
In an interview with TV channel Russia-24, Mikhail Karisalov spoke about the 2020 results.
The deal will give joint control over the JV to the two parties.
Dmitry Konov has addressed the participants of the Leaders of Russia national management competition.
Laboratory test certificates now carry the Combined ILAC MRA Mark.
SIBUR, O3 and Jokey launch a production line that will use packaging containing recycled plastic waste.
The Company’s efforts in ESG risk management and the use of eco-friendly production practices.
SIBUR’s Dzerzhinsk site has expanded its monoethylene glycol production capacity to 830 tonnes per day.
«Europlast» Enterprise Association Plant will increase the production of secondary PET packaging recognition shop by 30 tons per day.
An air purification unit has been launched at Voronezhsintezkauchuk.
Dmitry Konov took part in an expert discussion dedicated to Russian foreign economic development at the Gaidar Forum.
For the first time since lockdown, manufacturers of paint and coating materials, raw materials and equipment met in person to exchange news and discuss the situation in the industry.
China will contribute 48% to the global propylene capacity additions by 2030.
Head of Environment Galina Khristoforova spoke about introducing a sustainability strategy at the Company.
According to the annual survey results our clients commended their interaction with SIBUR.
Prices of plastics have risen following a recovery in the market and growth in global prices.
The pandemic has badly affected consumption of polymer products, but this year demand will see a return to growth.
Interview with Andrey Frolov, Executive Director of SIBUR International.
Experts from SIBUR’s Investment Planning and IR division review the results of 2020 and give their forecasts for 2021.
SIBUR International team’s inherent readiness for challenges allowed them to survive a deep transformation.
SIBUR and its partners are leading the recycled plastic charge.
The World Economic Forum gathered to discuss the major economic and social challenges for the years ahead.
Exactly how the world economy recovers will be the driving force behind the level of demand for petrochemical products in 2021.
How digital tools are taking business to a new level.
Development trends in the Russian and international packaging market were discussed on the similarly-named SIBUR Business Practices webinar platform.
The impact of the pandemic, consumer expectations on packaging, and trends in Russia’s BOPP film sector were discussed at a round table event.
Having survived the shake-up of the industry in 2020, rubber manufacturers expect the global market to recover and hope for state support.
COVID-19 and the eco trend are impacting on the adhesives industry.
Russian companies are increasingly investing in corporate social responsibility.
SIBUR has introduced a new document that strengthens the way it interacts with partners.
Moscow Design Museum’s Fantastic Plastic exhibition showcases 13 designer products made of recycled waste.
Christoph Roehrig, Head of BASF in Russia and CIS: the global chemicals giant and SIBUR are joining forces for their sustainable development.
An interview with Maria Ivanova, First Vice-President of the Russian Chemists Union.
Representatives of POLYPLASTIC Group shared their views on the scope for polymer pipe product use in the oil and gas industry.
International Plastic Guide is introducing advanced technologies and developing new products.
Vadim Babij, Owner and Managing Director, Padana Chemical Compounds, talks about the evolution of his company and working with SIBUR.
Sergey Grinko, Director, Production Support, talks about “breaking the mould”, craving adventure, and the ability to be happy.
The advantages of mentoring within a modern company.
Eight new trends that will shape business in 2021.
Five ways to be more confident and humblebrag at work.
Almost a half of employees at Russian companies are underqualified.
A new method for service design has created unique competitive advantages.
According to a survey by HeadHunter, 22% of employees in Russia say they are willing to get vaccinated to be able to go back to work.
PwC and Deloitte: Russian executives have revised their strategies in the face of COVID restrictions.
Since shifting to work from home, Muscovites have been working up to ten hours a day.