Azerbaijani company plans to keep export volume at last year’s level
Sumgayit, Azerbaijan, Apr. 13
By Huseyn Valiyev – Trend:
Azerbaijan’s Azertechnoline LLC plans to export products worth $50 million in 2017, Tofig Mammadov, director of the company, told reporters Apr. 13.
“This volume is approximately equal to the volume of the products exported abroad in 2016,” he said.
"We exported 45,000 tons of steel pipes to the Turkmen city of Turkmenbashi in 2016,” he said. “Our other plant for the production of technical equipment supplied 1,000 tons of various products to Russia. We also supplied polyethylene pipes to Georgia for the year."
Mammadov said that at present, the company is considering the needs of the Central Asian market and other markets.
Azertechnoline owns three plants, which are based on the territory of the Sumgait Chemical Industrial Park. The first plant produces steel pipes of various diameters. The second plant produces pipes for the transportation of drinking water, while the third plant produces technical equipment, including cast iron products.
Some 750 people work at the company, most of them live in Sumgait.