SLK CEMENT HAS FULFILLED SUPPLY OF CEMENT FOR ZAPSIBNEFTEKHIM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
"Sukholozhskcement" has fulfilled supply of products for construction of ZapSibNeftekhim first stage, one of the largest and highly efficient petrochemical plants in the world. The company has produced 125 thousand tons of cement for the project.
Portland cement CEM I 42.5 N was supplied to the construction site by "Sukholozhskcement" plant. High strength at design age and high rate of strength gaining are among the advantages of this cement brand. The product became the base for concrete used for petrochemical plant foundations, concrete lintels and other structures with special requirements for strength and durability.
It shall be noted that "Sukholozhskcement" plant products supply has been lasted for five years, and cooperation began in 2015. The largest amount of cement was shipped in 2016, when the company supplied about 50 thousand tons of bulk products to the construction site.
SLK Cement traditionally participates in large-scale construction projects, such as ZapSibNeftekhim plant construction. SLK Cement product was used to build Rosatom special facilities and currently two company enterprises ship products for construction of new air terminal runway in Chelyabinsk. In addition, "Sukholozhskcement" plant participates in implementation of the Russian Federation Arctic zone transport infrastructure development, the Northern latitudinal railway on the Yamal Peninsula.
“More than half of Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk and Tyumen regions’ construction sites chooses our products,” said Vladimir Klementyev, marketing and sales manager of SLK Cement. - Over the years, we have accumulated unique experience, which further will be transformed into the quality of our products and high level of customer service”.
It shall be noted that ZapSibNeftekhim has become the largest modern petrochemical complex in Russia, including pyrolysis unit with capacity of 1.5 million tons of ethylene, about 500 thousand tons of propylene and 100 thousand tons of butane-butylene fractions per year, as well as units for production of various grades of polyethylene and polypropylene with total capacity of 2 million tons per year.
This project is aimed at development of Western Siberia oil and gas recovery by-products deep processing in significant volumes, including associated petroleum gas and import substitution of the most popular polymers on the Russian market.