Skoropuskovskiy Sintez - sponsor of VegOils Trade Outlook- 2014
Skoropuskovskiy Sintez LLC is the diversified company which combines production capacities aimed at the issue of large-capacity chemicals (sodium hypochlorite, coagulants, etc.) and new modern light duty chemical reagents, applied in various sectors of the economy - from automobile tire vulcanizing to components of modern detergents, from corrosion inhibitors and oxygen scavengers to chemically resistant enamels and mastics based on chlorosulfonated polyethylene.
The company operates on the Russian market of reagents production for the petroleum industry during over 10 years.
To date, the main activities of the company Skoropuskovskiy Sintez are:
- drinking water treatment;
- wastewater treatment;
- water circulating reagents;
- high-temperature oils, heat-transfer materials and antifreeze substances;
- raw materials for the paint-and-varnish industry;
- specialty-purpose paints and varnishes (protective enamels, coating);
- surface-active compounds for detergents and cosmetics, etc.
Also, the enterprise provides services on analytical monitoring, laboratory testing, transportation, disposal of waste oils and coolants, recycling of wastes of chemical industries, etc.
You can meet with representatives of Skoropuskovskiy Sintez LLC within frames of the conference VegOils Trade Outlook-2014, to be held on May 13-14, 2014, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Here you can become acquainted with the program, conditions of participation in the conference, and fill in the application form to participate in the event.
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