«ТрансКонтейнер» повезет Сибур в Китай

TransContainer to Carry Sibur’s Cargo to China

  • Sibur Holding and TransContainer signed a letter of intent outlining joint plans for transportation of polymer products across Russia and abroad.

    The document was signed by Vyacheslav Sarayev, CEO of TransContainer, and Oleg Makarov, Sibur’s Management Board member and Executive Director, at the TransRussia exhibition in Moscow.

    As stated in the letter of intent, TransContainer intends to provide Sibur with transportation services to deliver ZapSibNeftekhim products to Southeast Asia, primarily China, in 40’ containers.    

    To ensure on-going delivery, TransContainer commits to ensure there is a sufficient number of containers permanently available at Sibur’s terminal in Tobolsk.

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