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1958 –


In May 1958, the Soviet government resolved to start the construction of a large chemical facility in Kazan. The following five years saw the creation of production shops for synthesising phenol and acetone, as well as necessary infrastructure, including roads, railways, heating pipelines, power lines, an administrative building, a technical college, an entrance checkpoint and a fire station. In 1961, the facility was named Kazan Organic Synthesis Plant and produced its first batches of phenol and acetone in 1963.

1963 –

Soviet era

During the Soviet era, the Company greatly diversified its product range, including isopropylbenzene (1964), ethylene, propylene, and high pressure polyethylene (1965), ethylene oxide (1967), high pressure polyethylene (1968), ethanolamines (1969), organic peroxides (1970), low pressure polyethylene (1980) polyethylene pipes and ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) (1981), and low pressure polyethylene (1983). This was underpinned by rapid production ramp-up and equipment upgrades. The Company invested considerable resources in social infrastructure, building, among other things, a recreation camp, a community centre, as well as various sports and healthcare facilities. In 1966, Kazan Organic Synthesis Plant acquired its first foreign trade partners.


Post-soviet era

In 1993, the state-owned Organic Synthesis Production Association was transformed into a joint-stock company. The Company spent the following decade vigorously integrating itself into the new economic environment, upgrading its production facilities and cooperating with foreign partners. In 2003, TAIF consolidated a controlling stake in Kazanorgsintez. The Company then approved an extensive production development programme for 2004–2010, resulting in the launch of Russia’s one-of-a-kind complex of bisphenol A and polycarbonate plants, modernisation of low pressure polyethylene, phenol and acetone production facilities, and renovation of the overall operational infrastructure.

2011 –

Present-day history

Since 2011, Kazanorgsintez has been rapidly ramping up its production capacities and output. Pursuing its development programmes, the Company modernised its infrastructure and upgraded a number of social facilities. In 2012, Kazanorgsintez acquired NefteKhimSevilen, whose capacities used to be its part during the Soviet era. Kazanorgsintez changed its form of incorporation in 2015 and became a public joint-stock company. In 2021, the Company became part of SIBUR Holding.

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