Turkmenistan's Turkmenabat chemical plant develops co-op with country’s private sector
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 26
By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:
Turkmenistan’s Turkmenabat Chemical Plant named after Saparmurat Niyazov is developing cooperation with the country's private sector, Trend reports with reference to the Business Turkmenistan information portal.
The cooperation is being developed with enterprises that have made a proposal to establish joint production.
The plant has already launched production of three small enterprises.
For example, the Kokci company produces batteries for vehicles at the plant.
Also, Ussat yardamcy company organized production of coagulants for drinking water treatment at the plant, and Celek company is testing the industrial mixed liquid that is used in the mining industry.
Turkmenabat Chemical plant cooperates with the Institute of Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan. Together with the institute, several new production lines were established.
Recently, Turkmenabat Chemical Plant launched production of superphosphate. Furthermore, is it planned to start production of aluminum fluoride, oxygen, plastic films and bags and sulfuric acid.
New facilities are planned to be built in Turkmenistan to increase the volume and expand the range of chemical products.
The country's raw materials allow producing all types of mineral fertilizers in the volumes that meet domestic needs, as well as greatly increasing the export potential of the chemical industry.
In particular, a plant for the production of various types of azophoska with a capacity of 170,000 tons per year is planned to be built on the territory of the Turkmenabat Chemical Plant.
At the same time, the work is underway to attract investments in the creation of a production line for the manufacture of ammonium sulfate with a capacity of 65,000 tons per year.
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