PGPIC signs petrochemical sales contracts with three Asian buyers

PGPIC subsidiaries exported 700,000 tons of polymer products in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year which began on 21 March.

PGPIC has signed three sales deals with Asian customers for selling petrochemical and polymer products.
PGPIC has signed three sales deals with Asian customers for selling petrochemical and polymer products.

Iran's Persian Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (PGPIC) has signed three contracts for selling polymer products to customers in South Korea, Taiwan and China.

Hossein Rasoulzadeh, a senior official of PGPIC, told NIPNA that his company has signed three sales deals with Asian customers for selling petrochemical and polymer products to them.

Based on the deals, PGPIC will sell 100,000 tons of petrochemicals to each of these customers annually.

PGPIC subsidiaries exported 700,000 tons of polymer products in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year which began on 21 March.

The exports have fetched the company nearly $700mn in revenues.

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