Iran’s Biggest PVC Complex to Come on Stream Soon

A05072196.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s biggest petrochemical complex for PVC production in the southwestern province of Khuzestan has reached the pre-operation stage, an official said.

The project manager for Iran’s Petrochemical Industries Company said that Khuzestan complex will be exploited in January, adding that the project has a production capacity of 2.8m tons per year.

Ebrahimpour said that the project is being carried out over an area of 108 sq.m. and an investment of USD1,492,246,000.

He added that the products of the complex are used in the production of items such as various kinds of pipes for liquids and chemical material, various types of plastic sheets for manufacturing films, cables, household utensils and artificial fibers.

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