Azerbaijan’s Azertexnolayn plant reveals export plans for near future
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 22
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
Azertexnolayn plant, located in Azerbaijan’s Sumgayit city, plans to expand export of main products of the plant this year, a source at the plant told Trend.
This includes the supply of corrugated pipes SN 8 DN 1000, 400 300, 200, according to the source.
“The plant’s products are exported to Central Asia,” the source noted. “Uzbekistan is the main supply market. We have already established monthly deliveries to this market in the amount of one or two trucks, each of which holds 10 tons of corrugated pipes. We expect an increase in the volume of deliveries, in view of the great demand for the plant’s products.”
Last year, the plant signed a contract for $80,000 with an Uzbek plant owned by Akelik Group, according to the source.
“We plan to continue working with Uzbek partners, as well as conclude an export agreement with potential customers in Kazakhstan,” the source said.
The plant, which is the first resident of the Sumgayit Chemical Industrial Park, was commissioned in 2013.
Presently, the plant uses modern technologies for the production and export of steel pipes with a diameter of 400-2,000 millimeters used in the transportation of crude oil, natural gas, for the needs of oil refineries, laying of water pipelines, as well as in steel structures and steel piles.
The plant also produces polyethylene sewer pipes with steel reinforcement with a diameter of 400-2,400 millimeters, metal panel fencing made of wire up to 2.5 meters wide and high, plastic fittings, water and gas valves, plastic circular valves.
The plant has a number of certificates obtained for high quality products in accordance with such international standards as API, ISO 9001, OHSA 18001, ISO 14001, ISO 29001, GOST, AZS.