17% Rise in Iran "Chlorine" Output

TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of Arvand Petrochemical Plant announced a 17% increase in the production of chlorine in the complex.

According to the plant, Hassan Neshanzadeh Moghaddam said: "In addition to providing feedstock for its production chain, the company also provided feedstock for Bandar Emam, Ghadir, Karoon and Khuzestan petrochemical companies and achieved production growth in this chain."
He told a press conference on the eve of the company's annual general assembly as one of the largest chlorine chains in the world: "Last [calendar] year (which ended on March 20), we registered a historical record since the company's establishment and with the efforts of Arvand Petrochemical employees, we have achieved the production of 2,05 million tons of products, which has been unprecedented in the history of the company."
Referring to the increase in chlorine output of this petrochemical complex, he added: "With a 17% increase in chlorine production, in addition to supplying Arvand Petrochemical Plant's production chain, we were able to supply feedstock to Bandar Emam, Ghadir, Karoon and Khuzestan petrochemical companies."
The Deputy Chairman of the Board Directors of Arvand Petrochemical Plant noted a 1.2 percent rise in EPVC output of the plant, and continued: "With this increase in production, in addition to supplying the country's need for this item, we were able to bring significant hard currency generation for the country."

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