By Jaroslaw Adamowski
Dzerzhinsk, Russia – Russian chemical group Sintez OKA has established a new subsidiary to make rigid and flexible polyurethane foam systems.
Sintez OKA-Polyurethane is to manufacture a range of ‘rigid and highly elastic polyurethane foam systems for the automotive industry, construction and other industries, such as adhesives, sealants, compounds and elastomers etc’, the company said in a statement.
Sintez OKA says the subsidiary will operate a new facility that will be the group’s sixth production unit. The value of the planned investment was not disclosed.
Set up in 1938, Sintez OKA says it is a leading producer of ethanolamines and alkylethanolamines in Russia. The chemical group operates a production complex located in Dzerzhinsk, in the country’s Nizhny Novgorod region, about 390 km East of Moscow. Sintez OKA’s facilities are ISO 9001-certified, according to data released by the company.
In addition to the domestic market, the Russian company says it exports its products to about 30 countries worldwide.