Grodno, which produces plastic raw materials used extensively in the automotive and aviation industry, invested in technology through Polimer Teknik, a plastic processing machinery manufacturer from Bursa, for the production of polymeric raw materials with nitrogen content. Grodno Azot, the public subsidiary of Belarus and the only producer of polyamide raw materials in the country, is among the largest companies in the country with its employment over 2 thousand.
Turkey's first twin screw extruder for polymeric materials which are produced in extruders Grodno Belarus manufacturer who prefer Grodno Nitrogen polyamide composite polymer art has activated the two production lines to manufacture.
Indicating that they also collected technical and commercial offers from western European extruder producers including Polimer Teknik in 2019, Grodno Nitrogen Deputy General Manager Nikolay Nikolayevich Litvin said, “As a result of our feasibility studies, Polimer Teknik has provided us with the commitments that can meet our high quality requirements. "Our two poex T60 extruder lines, which we have ordered, started production at the end of the summer season."
Online machine setup
Stating that the machine delivery and installation process took place during the months when the coronavirus epidemic was intense, Litvin said, “We had an unusual situation during the delivery period and all the installation and commissioning of our machines took place during the coronavirus epidemic, one of the most difficult periods of the modern global economy. During the period of strict quarantine rules and travel bans in many countries, Polymer Teknik experts made an effort to activate the lines with almost 24 hours of communication by remotely connecting to our facility. "This investment we have made will create a dynamo effect on Grodno Azot's reliable and modern economic growth."
Stating that they are proud to provide extrusion process knowledge and technology to Grodno Azot, the world's leading petrochemical producer in the field of polyamide, Polimer Teknik General Manager Ersel Filiz shared the following information about the investment; “On the one hand, we set up the lines with video conferences, on the other hand, by following the data coming from the software. As a result of the trust and demands of our customers, we have installed a line from our Bursa factory to Belarus without any of our personnel going abroad. With our remote service, which we invested a year before the pandemic started, we experienced what a right step we have taken. "