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    @. Hasi. Ok. habe das Peper am 28.5. mal reingenommen für 0,59 wegen der Ethylenproduktion. macht euch nicht verükt. wenn ein guter Zeitpunkt zum aufstocken kommt sag was. Gruss. Zimmi.

    [Dieser Beitrag wurde von marica am 10.06.2004 editiert.]

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    The director of Kazanorgsintez was exceptionally wary of us when we met first.Having ascertained that we were not some scoundrels he quietly said: «Actually we don't need advertising»
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    This year Nail Yusupov, who has been General director and president of the public joint stock company Kazanorgsintez for sixteen years already, turned seventy-two. Having verified our best intentions he became considerably friendlier, invited us to seat and showed us a newspaper table on which a number of surnames were highlighted with a marker.
    -- This is today's issue of «Kommersant», we received it today. The table was called «Top 1000 Russian managers» and No 59 said «Nail Yusupov, Kazanorgsintez», chemical industry, Tatarstan.
    The second half of the XX century in our country was marked by the development of organic chemistry. It was the time when finally the famous quote from Mendeleyev: «Oil is not fuel. If you reason otherwise, why not burn money?» -- came true. The Soviet government ceased to treat oil and gas only as material for production of fuel.
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    May 1958 Plenary session of the CPSU Central Committee resolved to accelerate the development of chemical industry. As a result of this decision in August of the same year construction of a new chemical enterprise commenced to the south of Kazan. Five years later the fist production line was commissioned and produced its first phenol and acetone.
    Now there are five plants on a territory of 420 hectares. Ethylene plant produces ethylene of various grades as well as propylene, phenol and acetone. The high and low density polyethylene plant produces different types of granulated polyethylene, ninety percent of which is sold and ten percent is processed to make pipes, bags and containers at the plastic production plant. The fifth plant produces organic goods such as various de-emulsifiers, catalysts, initiators and other chemicals with names that sound familiar to chemical industry professionals only though it would be impossible to imagine any chemical enterprise without these chemicals.
    We moved around the territory of the complex in a car. By foot it would have taken us about an hour to get to the polyethylene pipe producing plant. The landscape surrounding us was very typical of chemical production -- pipes, big and small, intertwining on the ground and in the air, high and low, merging and channeling off, and lots and lots of cisterns, which the chemical industry professionals call «tanks». The only unusual thing is its expanse.
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    Polyethylene pipes are one of the enterprises main products. Despite the fact that they account for only four percent of overall production only, the pipes are not the least in significance, quite the opposite in fact. First of all Kazanorgsintez is one of the few producers of polyethylene pipes of various diameter in Russia and it is certainly the biggest producer of polyethylene pipes. Secondly, the issue of replacing steel pipes with polyethylene pipes is significant for all Russians without exceptions.
    According to V.S.Romeiko, associate member of the Russian ecology academy, over 70 percent Russias water pipe network fails to meet quality standards as well as basic safety rules. As a result of wear and tear of water pipes Russia looses 314 billion rubles annually, of which the loss of water in transportation accounts for 210 billion, excessive use of electricity required to pump water over rusty and residue-silted pipes accounts for 34 billion, and losses in heating network account for 70 billion. 314 billion rubles is equivalent to 10 billion dollars. This amount is almost the same as the total budget of the country. Many researchers and ecologists believe that the poor state of Russian water pipelines is one of the main reasons for the economic crisis in Russia. Our country's record of the daily drinking water consumption of 500 liters per person results primarily from water loss rather than the wastefulness of our compatriots. A Muscovite taking a bath spends as much water as a New-Yorker taking a Jacuzzi, but despite the fact that Americans are the second biggest water-consuming nation, per capita consumption is only 190 liters, or 2.5 times less.
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    This stunning gap can be explained exceptionally easily -- steel water pipes are not used in virtually any country of the world. It has been known for a long time that polyethylene pipes are much better than steel ones when a whole range of parameters are compared. Their minimum lifetime is longer several times over, they do not have and cannot have any internal buildup of organic and non-organic residue, they have much better heat insulation, they are more elastic and less prone to fractures. They are better than steel pipes in every respect -- other than being more expensive. Not much more expensive, true. In the old Soviet times the government spared no effort to create a myth that life in the country of Soviets was better than in any other corner of the world. One of the ways to strengthen the myth were laughable prices for water and electricity. While a cubic meter of water cost more than one dollar in various countries of the world (in Holland -- one dollar, in Germany and USA -- 2 dollars, in Denmark -- 3.5 dollars), in Moscow the cost of one cubic meter of water until recently was 90 kopecks, or 3 cents. The Soviet government used all available methods to achieve these unbelievable results, and was not stopped by harming the health of its people. The cheapest materials were used in laying water pipes, no one was concerned that the maximum lifetime of steel pipes is eight years while polyethylene will last fifty years. The country was saving kopecks and wasting much bigger amounts, which came out of peoples earnings.
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    Sadly, the tradition of laying down steel pipelines is still alive in our country. Many managers are guided by immediate benefits when making decisions and immediate logic tells them that steel pipes are cheaper. Therefore thousands of kilometers of metal are rusting under the ground and the products of metal oxidation are entering our bodies. It does not take long to establish that laying down polyethylene pipes is significantly cheaper than laying steel pipes down since plastic pipes weigh less and are easier to operate. Never mind the task of cleaning and maintenance -- polymeric pipes have an endless number of advantages in this respect. Do you know the amount of various residue types, which are cleaned out during the annual maintenance of steel pipes? The minimum is half a kilogram and the maximum is fifteen kilos of rust, metal bacteria and silicon earth per meter of pipe. Plus there is the cost of pipe replacement, which is traditionally done every five years?
    The Kazanorgsintez works produces pipes for water, gas, sewage and other networks. Current output is 35 thousand tons per annum and it keeps growing.
    While the Russian economy is going through a crisis the works is still in its growth stage. In 1996 another type of production was launched here: weaving, and this should not be surprising. Shareholders resolved that producing bags for packaging granulated polyethylene would be cheaper than purchasing the bags. The new line produces both polypropylene bags and soft big soft bags (such as those used by shuttle traders). The production went so well that soon the plant was able to sell most of its packaging products to producers of mineral fertilizers and food supplements in a short while.
    -- Do you know why we work so well here?» -- asked Shamil, a pipe production equipment operator who has been working at the enterprise for 17 years already. -- «Because our managers are businesslike, they take care of the workers. Not a single person was dismissed during the perestroika years. I earn five to six thousand rubles here, where else would I get a similar salary? The old management was only thinking about itself, but the new management is thinking about people and about the future. It's a pleasure to work for such people, you don't want to fail them.
    Ravil ATZHANOV
    Photo: Yuri FEKLISTOV

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    The RF Savings Bank to participate in JSC Kazanorgsintez investment projects
    The preliminary negotiations between the Russian Savings Bank, Tatarstan Bank, JSC TAIF and JSC Kazanorgsintez took place in the city of Kazan last week.
    The meeting discussed the Savings Bank participation in the Kazanorgsintez investment plans. According to Mr. Volohov, Deputy Director of the Project Financing, RF Savings Bank, that shall be a rather large program, which would help the company inn arranging the financing from Western bankers against the Savings Bank guarantees. The cooperation between the bank and the company is to continue until 2011.

    The overall borrowing program will amount to over $800 million and will include two phases. The first phase shall enable Kazanorgsintez to achieve the following performance: commercial production – 1.25 million tons, revenues - $945 million, balance sheet profit – minimum $377 million. The first part of the program will be launched approximately this autumn and will continue until 2007, the loan will amount to $420 million.

    When the second phase is completed (approximately from 2007 to 2011, the loan amount - $420 million), the revenue figure shall grow by $404 million, the balance sheet profit – by $191 million. The money will be spent on the polyethylene facilities upgrading and a number of new production facilities projects.

    The bankers promised to the company executives that they would make their final decision in autumn.

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    ...die Kazan sind "back"
    http://stock.rbc.ru/demo/rts.1/daily...r=KZOS&show=3M

    :: Last trades
    Date Price Volume
    04.08.2004 0.1395 >900 000
    02.08.2004 0.1315 >200 000
    29.07.2004 0.126 >2 867 000
    16.07.2004 0.1265 >200 000
    14.07.2004 0.129 >626 250
    17.06.2004 0.1225 >150 000
    15.06.2004 0.117 >240 000
    04.06.2004 0.1215 >300 000
    03.06.2004 0.123 >234 000
    01.06.2004 0.1215 >367 000
    26.05.2004 0.1245 >433 000
    21.05.2004 0.13 >150 000
    20.05.2004 0.125 >300 000
    12.05.2004 0.1215 >148 000
    11.05.2004 0.1165 >650 000
    07.05.2004 0.122 >610 000
    29.04.2004 0.1265 >100 000
    23.04.2004 0.13 >775 000
    22.04.2004 0.1235 >195 000
    21.04.2004 0.127 >125 000


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    http://www.russia4u.de/russia4u-logo5.gif Analyse zu Kazanorgsintez

    Land: Russland –autonome Teilrepublik Tatarstan
    Anlageempfehlung: Kazanorgsintez
    Tätigkeitsfeld: Chemie
    Anlagehorizont: > 5 Jahre
    Anlegertyp: risikobereite Investoren
    Firmen Webseite: www.Kazanorgsintez.ru
    dt. Zusammenfassung: http://www.russia4u.de/FirmenRu/nknc/kzos/kzos.html
    Börsenkürzel: Moskau KZOS Deutschland 920 948
    Kurs Moskau: http://www.rts.ru/index.cfm?id=2758&n=1
    XETRA Handel: in Planung -Marketmaker Aton Moskau
    Kurs bei Besprechung: 0,15 USD
    Marktkapitalisierung: 262 Mill. US $
    Hinweis: 1 ADR = 6 Aktien
    Research: Dipl. Ing. Guido Grassow von www.Russia4u.de
    Datum: 9. August 2004


    Obwohl bei den Vorgängen um den russischen Ölgiganten YUKOS vielen Anlegern hier die Schuhsohlen hochgehen, möchte ich an dieser Stelle einen Wert aus der 2. Reihe Russlands vorstellen. Es handelt sich um einen der größten russischen Chemiekonzerne, die 1963 gegründete Kazanorgsintez (sprich: Kazan org sintez).
    Kazan –ca. 1,2 Mill. Einwohner- liegt an der Wolga und ist Hauptstadt der autonomen Teilrepublik Tatarstan. Sicherlich ist vielen der dort tätige Ölförderer Tatneft -WKN 904 282- ein Begriff.
    Tatarstans Öl-, Gas- Chemiekomplex erzeugt etwa 10 % des russischen Ausstoßes und 80 % des Exports Tatarstans. Weitere bekannte Firmen neben Kazanorgsintez sind Tatneft, Bashneft (Öl und Gasförderer) sowie Nizhnekamskneftekhim http://www.russia4u.de/FirmenRu/nknc/nknc.html .
    Auf einer Fläche von 450 ha fertigen bei Kazanorgsintez 7.000 Mitarbeiter in 5 Betriebsteilen über 170 Produkte. Der Ausstoß summiert sich so auf über 1 Mill. t chemischer Produkte jährlich.
    Produziert werden Äthylen, Polyäthylen, Phenol, Atzeton, Kühlflüssigkeiten, chemische Zusätze für die Öl- und Gasproduktion, Polyäthylenrohre.
    Der Marktanteil in Russland beträgt bei Polyäthylen 38 %; bei Polyäthylen Rohren 46 %; bei Azeton 22 % und bei Phenol 21 %. Der Exportanteil liegt bei 34 % -15 Länder in Europa und Asiens.
    Im Jahr 2003 wurden 26.900 t Polyätylen- Rohre, Polyäthylen 383.200 t und 370.400 t Äthylen hergestellt. 2004 sollen u.a. 35.000 t PE Rohre das Werk verlassen. Verwendung finden die Rohre als Heiz- Gas- und Wasserleitungen.
    Alleine Russlands riesiges Trinkwasserversorgungsnetz wird in den nächsten Jahren enorme Menge von diesen Polyäthylenrohren nachfragen.
    Die Verluste durch undichte und verrottete Wasser-, Gas- und Heizleitungen summieren sich auf 314 Mrd. Rubel = 10 Mrd. $. Der tägliche Wasserverbrauch eines Russen liegt bei 500 Liter zu 190 Liter in den USA.
    Mitte Juli 2004 wurde mit der überwiegend in Staatsbesitz befindliche Sberbank ein 2- Tranchen- Kredit in Höhe von 840 Mill. US $ vereinbart. Er soll für den Ausbau der Produktion bis 2011 genutzt werden.
    420 Mill. US $ fließen im Zeitraum 2004-2007 für den Ausbau der Polyäthylensparte. Die Kapazität soll auf 1,25 Mill. t Polyäthylen pro Jahr ver3facht werden.
    Der Umsatz soll bis 2007 auf 945 Mill. $ steigen. Der Vorsteuergewinn auf 377 Mill. $.
    In der 2. Phase soll der Umsatz bis 2011 auf 1,35 Mrd. US $ steigen. Der geplante Vorsteuergewinn in 2011 soll bei 588 Mill. $ US liegen. Zum Vergleich: 2004 werden 354 Mill. $ Umsatz und 50 Mill. $ Nettogewinn erwartet.
    Für einen Teil der Investitionssumme wird Univation Technologies www.univation.com (USA) die Kapazität von 2 der vorhandenen 3 Unipol Reaktoren ver3fachen. Damit kann Kazanorgsintez die HDPE (high-density PE) Produktion auf 510.000 t bis Ende 2005 steigern und erreicht bei Polyäthylen eine Kapazität von 700.000 t jährlich. Das sind 50 % der gesamten russischen Produktion. 2006 möchte Kazanorgsintez dann 60 % Marktanteil erreichen.
    Univation Technologies, Firmensitz Houston -Texas, ist ein Joint Venture zwischen der ExxonMobil Chemical Company und der Dow Chemical Company. Die Verträge wurden am 9. Juni 2004 unterschrieben -http://www.univation.com/releases/KazanorgsintezCapacityExpansion.pdf.
    Vergleicht man die oben ausgeführten Planungen hinsichtlich Umsatz und Gewinn mit der momentanen Marktkapitalisierung von 262 Mill. $, dann bleibt festzustellen, dass es sich bei Kazanorgsintez um ein langfristig sehr lukratives Investment handeln dürfte.
    Die aktuellen Wirtschaftsdaten aus Russland, als auch die für die nächsten Jahre prognostizierten Daten lassen eigentlich keinen Zweifel daran, dass Kazanorgsintez die sicherlich ehrgeizigen Prognosen einhalten kann. Das Kurspotential für die Aktie von Kazanorgsintez dürfte sich –um auf ein annehmbares KGV und KCV zu kommen- demzufolge auf weit über 500 % belaufen.
    Wer seinem Depot neben den bekannten Öl-und Telekomaktien einen mal etwas anderen russischen Wert beimischen möchte, der findet mit Kazanorgsintez sicherlich eine interessante Möglichkeit.
    Größter Aktionär ist OAO TAIF (Tatneftekhiminvest-Holding) 51 %; 28 % hält der Staat Tatarstan. Der Freefloat ist sehr gering und beträgt nur 12 %. Eine engl.Homepage gibt es leider noch nicht.
    OAO TAIF hält Anteile an: Tatneft, Nizhnekamskneftekhim, Nizhnekamskshina, Kazanorgsintez.

    Disclaimer:
    Vorsicht dies könnte ein Pushversuch sein: http://home.t-online.de/home/kneller2/a/a_alarm03.gif

    Die im obigen Posting erwähnte Aktie liegt in meinem Depot
    somit bin ich an steigenden Kursen interessiert !
    Zu Risiken und Nebenwirkungen,
    befragen Sie Ihren Verstand oder Bauch

    Hasi

    [Dieser Beitrag wurde von Hasi am 13.08.2004 editiert.]

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    03 September 2004 15:05
    Russia`s Kazanorgsintez, Japanese Asahi Kasei entered into a license agreement to construct polycarbonate works in Kazan.
    Russian OAO Kazanorgsintez, Japanese Asahi Kasei have entered into a license agreement to construct a polycarbonate works in Kazan (Tatarstan, Russia). The capacity is estimated at 65,000 tons of polycarbonate on year, sources with Kazanorgsintez told AK&M.
    The works will be opened early 2007. Due to the extreme transparency, the polycarbonate made under the Asahi technology is ideal to process optical disks.

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    12 October 2004 13:42
    Russia`s Sberbank to loan up to $750 mln to TAIF to execute strategic program of Kazanorgsintez.
    Russia's Sberbank, OAO TAIF (Tatarstan's-US Investments and Finances, Kazan) and OAO Kazanorgsintez have made a general agreement to open a loan line to TAIF group worth up to $740 mln, duration - 7-10 years, the reporters learnt over the signing procedure, Moscow.

    According to Alla Aleshkina, 1st deputy chairman of Sberbank board, Kazanorgsintez has already announced its intention to draw $240 mln from the loan line. This application will be considered in November. Sberbank may allocate $500 mln more, incl. $200 mln to be raised via foreign export agencies, A. Aleshkina said.

    Kazanorgsintez GD Leonid Alekhin said the company is currently considering whether to raise $500 mln. The funds will go to acquire equipment, incl. of Japan and US-make.

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    Kazanorgsintez A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 0 3


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    Kazanorgsintez sees 2004 net profit up 55.5%

    13/10/2004
    Kazanorgsintez sees 2004 net profit up 55.5% to 1.4 bln rbl.

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    Kazanorgsintez expects to post 1.4 bln rbl net profit by this year's result, 55.5% up on year (889.165 mln rbl), Marat Mukhametshin, deputy GD of the company, told AK&M.

    The revenues are expected at 11 bln rbl vs. 8.6 bln in 2003, balance profit - at 2.1 bln rbl vs. 1.2 bln. The indicators will further widen in 2005, M. Mukhametshin said.

    Kazanorgsintez transferred 53.5% of last year's net profit to settle dividend.

    Kazanorgsintez makes over 170 types of chemical product. The volume exceeds 1 mln tons. It accounts for 37.4% of Russia's polyethylene market, 42% of polyethylene pipe market, 21% of phenol and acetone market. Exports covered 25% of 2003 sales.


    "AK&M", 13/10/2004 18:22

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    OAO MDM Bank zu Kazanorsintez

    Kazanorgsintez KZOS $0.162 52-wk low $0.055 (-66.05%)

    Kazanorgsintez, the largest Russian polyethylene producer with a 35% Russian
    market share, increased polyethylene output 10.3% y-o-y to 270,866 tons and
    ethylene production rose 70% to 358,561 tons in 8M04. In 2003 Kazanorgsintez
    increased polyethylene production 3.6% to 384,297 tons, 25% of which was exported.
    Kazanorgsintez exports to Hungary, China and the Baltic countries.
    Recently, Tataro-American Investments and Finance (TAIF) transferred 45.6% of
    Kazanorgsintez to a newly created managing subsidiary, Sintez-Menegement Ltd.
    Another 26.64% of Kazanorgsintez shares are held by Svyazinvestneftehim, affiliated
    with the Tatarstan Ministry on Property, and 1.27% remains with TAIF.
    Equity Markets Daily 8 October 2004 www.mdmfinancialgroup.com
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    Based on 2003 RAS financials and the last RTS offer of $0.162 per share, P/S, P/E and
    EV/EBITDA are 1.0, 10.0 and 4.4 respectively. If we extrapolate 1H04 financials for
    full-year 2004, the ratios are 0.7, 3.9 and 2.3 respectively, which are less than the
    industry averages and suggest upside in Kazanorgsintez shares
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    Vollständiger Bericht:

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    ...die Big Player in der Kunststoffindustrie

    Amcor PET closures stir customer's ire
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    By Modern Plastics Editorial Staff


    Amcor PET Packaging announced two plant closures, a bottle blowmolding facility in Tucson, AZ, and another bottle molding plant in Merrimack, NH. Amcor PET Packaging, based in Manchester, MI, told analysts in a conference call earlier this year that the company planned to close three to five plants in the U.S. and Canada and consolidate operations. The closings are a result of excess manufacturing capacity in the Northeast and Southwest regions of the U.S., according to information released by the company.

    This restructuring of excess capacity was necessary to offset cost increases in its bottling business and erosions that have squeezed margins. Both plants are slated for closure by the end of 2004. "The exact timing is dependent on meeting our customers' requirements, preferably through supply from one of our other plants," said William J. Long, president of Amcor PET Packaging. The Tucson facility employs 76 people; the Merrimack site employs 100.

    One news report in a Tucson business journal noted that the company had recently completed a multimillion-dollar upgrade of that plant's equipment. The Tucson operation, which has been in operation since 1996 when CNC Container Corp. (Tumwater, WA) established the 150,000-sq-ft facility, serves two major bottlers in the area: Kalil Bottling and Pepsi.

    George Kalil, president of Kalil Bottling, one of the largest bottlers in the Southwest with plants in Phoenix and Tucson, says he doesn't know for sure yet what the impact of Amcor's decision to close the Tucson facility will have on his company's business.

    "They announced they are closing and said they will take care of our bottle needs until April," Kalil said in a telephone interview from his Tucson office. Kalil notes that Amcor, an Australian company, came into the U.S. several years ago and bought up about one-third of the PET bottle manufacturing industry. "Now they're putting the squeeze on us," he adds.

    Additionally, Kalil says he's at a loss to explain why Amcor would close a facility that was at capacity while citing an "overcapacity" situation as a reason for the closure. "I know at least one person, maybe two, that tried to buy the plant, but they won't sell. The problem is it sounds like flat-out they won't make bottles, and won't sell the plant even though they have a 12-year lease, so we're at a total loss as to why they got themselves in this mess."

    Kalil will be forced to ship bottles in from bottle makers in either Los Angeles or Dallas, something George Kalil says is a problem because "shipping 2-liter bottles is shipping air, warm air at that, which makes the bottles shrink."

    There is some speculation among customers that Amcor needs to get out from under fixed-priced contracts in a time of volatility in resin pricing. Closing plants to create a shortage is one way to get higher prices for commodity products. "They're going to create a shortage, no doubt about it," emphasizes Kalil. However, he adds that he doubts that they have any contracts that don't allow for adjustments for increases in raw material costs.

    "I think they think they can put their machinery someplace else in the world and make more money," Kalil states. "This is the mystery of the century."


    Salads still tempting

    Indeed, Finnish consumer products packaging processor Huhtamaki (Espoo) says Europeans are eating more take-away salads than ever before, as more singles try to improve their diets while also saving time spent preparing meals. To better serve foodservice operators keen to add salads to their menus, the processor has introduced its Twister Bowl, with a twist-locking lid mechanism similar to that used on jars and bottles.

    The Twister Bowl includes a black polystyrene bowl and transparent amorphous PET lid. The patented spill-proof closure means consumers will have more chance to enjoy their salad without dropped lettuce and dripping dressing ending up on their shoes.


    Thermoformer commercializing PPS processing

    Magee Plastics Co. (Warrendale, PA) has developed commercially feasible processes for pressure-forming and vacuum-forming polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) sheet. Magee worked with sheet extruder Ensinger/PennFibre and engineering thermoplastics supplier Ticona.

    The sheets used involved neat, glass-filled, and impact-improved Fortron PPS thermoformable grades. PPS offers high strength-to-weight ratios and continuous service temperatures up to 232ºC, depending on composition. Magee Plastics' first commercial thermoformed PPS products were elements for a defense-related application. The processor reckons other potential applications include interior panels in airplanes and trains, chemical tank liners, and other large-surface-area components that need high chemical, heat, and flame resistance.

    Schnipke Southwest adds presses

    Schnipke Engraving Co., a custom injection molding firm and supplier for medical equipment OEMs, is adding five new Ferromatik Milacron K-Tec injection molding machines to its Tucson, AZ facility. The machines, three 80-ton and two 40-ton presses, are to be delivered between December 2004 and July 2005. Once installed, the processor will have 14 Ferromatik machines at the facility.

    The facility already has a Motan materials handling system suitable for 36 injection molding machines, a number the processor hopes to eventually hit.


    Surfing for plastics yet?

    Processors supplied by BASF certainly are, with about 60% of its styrenics and performance polymers sold via the Internet, according to the firm. The German plastics and chemicals supplier says e-commerce sales in the first half of 2004 were approximately _2.65 billion, or 17% of its total sales (excluding its oil and gas business, as BASF does not sell these via e-commerce), and a 70% increase compared with the same period of 2003.

    BASF started e-sales in 2001. According to the supplier, the whole world is logging on to buy materials. The biggest jumps compared to the first half of 2003 were in Asia (+460%) and South America (+320%), but even Europe (+46%) and North America (+27%), where e-purchasing is well-established, saw healthy gains.


    Selenis completes Aussapol buy

    Selenis completed its acquisition of PET supplier Aussapol SpA from Italy's Radici group. (The acquisition was first reported in MP's e-newsletter last month.) Aussapol SpA with headquarters in S. Giorgio di Nogaro (Italy), has capacity of 160,000 tonnes/yr at its two plants there. Portugal's Selenis brings its total PET capacity to 30,000 tonnes with the purchase.

    With the sale, the Radici Group exits the PET market and will focus on engineering plastics, especially nylons, and fibers. Selenis' parent company, the Imatosgil group, also owns Spanish PET supplier Catalana de Polimeros.


    Molder aligns BUs with market demands

    Injection molder and contract manufacturer The Tech Group (Scottsdale, AZ) has created two distinct business units, one each for healthcare and consumer products. Recent demand growth from the former has caused the molder to further separate healthcare into three focused divisions: drug delivery, diagnostics, and hospital products.

    The Healthcare Business Unit will be led by Tom Podesta, who has recently served as VP sales and marketing for North America. The Consumer Products Business Unit will focus on beauty care, household disposables, and office products; it will be led by Mike Treadaway, who has served as VP operations for North America since 2001. The Tech Group has worldwide annual sales of more than $150 million, with 14 facilities throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

    Extrusion show to debut in Frankfurt

    A handful of German trade show organizers seem to have simultaneously concluded the industry needs shows targeting the extrusion market. First out of the gate was Demat, the company that organizes the annual EuroMold moldmaking and software exhibition (this year scheduled for Dec. 1-4 in Frankfurt). Demat's first Extruda-billed as an extrusion information exchange without running equipment-is scheduled for Feb. 23-25, 2005 in Frankfurt, just four months after K 2004 ends.

    "There are plenty of plastics shows around the world, but none solely targeting extrusion," says Dieter Apprich, director of new products at Demat (Frankfurt). He justifies the new show by stating that many small- to medium-sized manufacturers of extrusion equipment and components are either lost in large shows like the K or are unable to secure booth space at these large shows.

    "Extruma fulfills the need for a technically oriented and cost-efficient trade fair," says Apprich. Booth space is limited to a maximum of 50 sq m; minimum stand size is 9 sq m. Stand rental fees range from _145 to _160/sq m. The organizer is targeting 150 exhibitors with 3000 show visitors for the first year.

    Apprich admits scheduling a show so soon after K could lead to complications. The new show does not have the support of the German Machinery and Plant Manufacturers' Assn. (VDMA, Frankfurt). Bernd Knörr, VDMA executive director, says, "The market will have to decide if another plastics fair is necessary. We believe the K is the ideal venue for promoting international interest and sales in German processing equipment."

    Soon after Demat announced its Extruda, rival expo organizer P.E. Schall (Frickenhausen, Germany) said a separate hall is being allocated for extrusion equipment makers at the next Fakuma show from Oct. 18 to 22, 2005 in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Traditionally, Fakuma has been dominated by injection molding equipment makers.

    A few weeks later another hat entered the ring with expo organizer fairXperts (Neuffen, Germany) saying it will organize its own extrusion show, ZtRUSA, June 14-16 in Nuremberg. Show organizers say it will include more than plastics extrusion and expect an international platform due to Nuremberg's proximity to central and eastern Europe. In fact, Nuremberg is only about a one-and-a-half-hour drive south of Frankfurt, and the latter has a major airport, so which show has better odds of drawing a more international crowd is debatable.


    Dow taking steps

    Polymer producer Dow Chemical (Midland, MI) has become at 50% joint partner in a petrochemical joint venture in Oman, with the government of Oman and the Oman Oil Co. (OOC) each taking a 25% share. Located in Sohar Industrial Port Area, the complex will comprise feedstock production facilities, a gas cracker, and three worldscale polyethylene production units. The Oman government wants the venture to commit to helping develop Oman's domestics plastics processing industry.

    Dow is quite closed-mouthed about the project and will only say that it views worldscale plants as having a capacity of 300,000 tonnes/yr or more. Dow spokesman R. Matt Davis also declined to divulge what grades of PE would be produced.

    Construction is to start next year and could take three to four years to complete. The main market for the output is expected to be Asia, but Middle Eastern and European markets could also be served.

    Dow already has a joint venture in Kuwait, called Equate, that it inherited from Union Carbide, producing polyethylene. Davis says that the new Oman setup would complement, rather than compete with, Equate sales in the Far East.


    Russian supplier wants domestic PC plant

    Polycarbonate (PC) is in demand in Russia but must be imported. That may change as OAO Kazanorgsintez (KOS) of Kazan in the Russian Federation's Republic of Tartarstan, has acquired a license from Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp. (Tokyo) for Asahi's PC production technology. KOS is the second licensee of the Asahi Kasei non-phosgene PC technology, following Chimei-Asahi Corp., a joint venture with Chi Mei Corp. of Taiwan.

    The new plant in Kazan is scheduled for startup in November 2007 with an annual capacity of 65,000 tonnes. In related news, Chi Mei has increased its share of the Chimei-Asahi Corp. JV to 90%, and has announced plans to add a second production line with startup scheduled for 2006.



    IT market wants more TPX, ASAP

    Mitsui Chemicals Inc. (Tokyo) plans to raise capacity for its TPX methylpentene resin by 5000 tonnes/year due to strong demand from the IT and electronics sectors, among other applications. Construction at the firm's Iwakuni-Ohtake Works in western Japan should be complete by July 2005, with TPX capacity then hitting 13,000 tonnes/year.

    Mitsui says TPX trumps other polyolefins in terms of heat resistance; its melting point is 230°C. It also offers clarity, chemical resistance, and mold release properties. Clarity and chemical resistance make it an option for food and cosmetic containers and wrapping films.


    Berry boosting capacity

    An extension of the financing program run by the Port of Indiana has freed $11 million for Berry Plastics to plan an expansion of its headquarters facility in Evansville, IN. The new space will be used for additional thermoforming lines for drinking cups and packaging. Berry, long a prominent injection molder of packaging, added thermoforming in 2001. With its acquisition last year of Landis Plastics, it became one of the largest packaging processors in the U.S.

    Last year Goldman Sachs Capital Partners and JP Morgan Partners acquired Berry.


    Gram Technology to U.S.

    Danish injection molding technology firm Gram Technology (Birkerod) this summer established its first U.S. office in Scottsdale, AZ after scoring licensing agreements for its inmold assembly and multicomponent molding technology with leading U.S. contract manufacturers The Tech Group (also Scottsdale) and Nypro (Clinton, MA). Other U.S. processors working with Gram include Juno Inc.

    Gram's technology for inmold assembly, painting, and other tasks is based on its Spin Stack technology. Overmolding stack molds have three platens and two daylights. One material is injected into each daylight. The central platen rotates around one or more vertical axes between shots, which eliminates the use of turntables and features rotating segments inside the tools.

    This contrasts with traditional over-molding systems where the preform transfer is effected by rotating a complete mold half, or part of the ejector-side mold half, around a horizontal axis. Overmolding stacks double the number of cavities for a given mold size, and shorten cycle times (see December 1999 MP/MPI)

    Jes Gram, president and namesake of the firm, contends that any multicomponent application can be molded more cost effectively in Spin Stack, which has been established in Europe for about seven years. "Spin Stack is definitely one way to keep manufacturing in the United States," reports Gram.

    Voridian unveils new PET process

    PET supplier Voridian, a division of Eastman Chemical Co. (Kingsport, TN), announced it will build a $100-million, 350,000-tonne/yr PET plant at its existing site in Columbia, SC, featuring new IntegRex polymerization technology developed by Voridian. At a press conference held in New York in September, officials said the technology is a breakthrough that will let them make PET at a lower cost, primarily by eliminating the solid-stating step in the conversion of paraxylene (PX) to PET.

    Dr. Greg Nelson, VP technology, says that solid-stating is responsible for 15% of the PX-to-PET conversion cost. IntegRex enables a PET plant of half the standard existing footprint to produce twice the polymer. Savings are therefore also expected to be realized in reduced equipment use, energy costs, and labor. Voridian is building a semiworks plant in Q4 2004 for pre-startup customer qualifications, and expects, in the end, to file for more than 100 patents.

    Thomas Stevens, group VP, polymers business group at Voridian, said of IntegRex: "It's a big deal. Improved cost position, capital, and conversion technology is truly, truly a big deal."

    In Brief

    K-M pipe deal

    Extrusion equipment manufacturer Krauss-Maffei Kunststofftechnik (Munich, Germany) has signed a cooperation agreement to produce continuous steel-reinforced plastic pipe with Plastream, a division of Rib Loc (Adelaide, Australia). The pipes, for non-pressure drainage systems, have diameters of 200 to 2500 mm.


    Kuraray ups U.S. EVOH

    Kuraray (Osaka) plans to double output of ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH) copolymer at its Pasadena, TX facility to 47,000 tonnes/yr. The company, which operates in the U.S. as EVAL Co. of America, says the $150-million expansion should come onstream in 2006. EVOH demand, especially for barrier packaging applications, is growing at 10%/yr, says Kuraray.


    Japan-China nylon JV

    Toyobo, based in Osaka, and the Shanghai Zidong Group have set up a joint venture to manufacture nylon film. Shanghai Zidong Chemical Materials Co., owned 51% by Toyobo, will start operation with a single 6000-tonnes/yr line at the end of 2005. Demand for nylon film is growing at 20%/yr in China. Sales of around $30 million are targeted in the first year of operation.


    Uponor focuses in-home

    Uponor (Espoo, Finland) has sold U.S. subsidiary Uponor Aldyl Co. to PE pipe processor PW Poly Corp. (Hastings, NE). PW Poly paid $15 million for the Uponor business, best known as an extruder of gas pipe and pipe fittings supplying U.S. utilities. Last year it had sales of more than $40 million. It has two plants in Oklahoma.

    Uponor has decided to exit pipe extrusion to focus on production of underfloor heating systems and plastic tap-water systems.

    Bioplastics sitting pretty as oil prices climb...

    Looking on the bright side of climbing oil prices are members of IBAW, the International Biodegradable Polymers Assn. & Working Groups, based in Berlin, Germany. Best estimate by the group is that biopolymers' use hit about 40,000 tonnes in 2003, double that of 2001. Its members include 32 companies in the plastics and chemical industries plus academic institutions.

    The consumption figures for biodegradable plastics remain miniscule in comparison to the millions of tonnes of polystyrene or PVC consumed each year, but the IBWA notes that most plastics take a few decades before they enter truly mass-market consumption.

    Starches, cellulose, and plant oils continue to be the top renewable materials used in these plastics, even as less oil-based-but-biodegradable materials are used.

    Harald Käb, chairman at the IBWA, says the plastics and chemicals industries are showing an increasing interest in biodegradable materials. Bioplastics already see use in a number of applications including agricultural films, packaging chips, carry bags, and mulch bags, in addition to packaging for fruit and vegetables.

    ...though a calmer tiger could sink those prices

    A report issued by Cambridge Energy Research Assoc. (CERA) says a global chain of events could eventually drive high oil prices back down to earth. For processors, the benefits could include less costly plastics and lower energy bills.

    The report cites China's "blistering economic growth, and its surge effect on demand for energy (along with most other commodities)," for pulling "international energy markets onto the tiger's back," referring to a Chinese proverb that says, "When riding a tiger, it can be difficult to get off." Authors of the report state that China accounted for 40% of the total growth in world oil demand from 2000 to 2004, and is now the world's second-largest oil market.

    They also note that the Beijing government wants to slow the tempo to a more sustainable growth. If it succeeds, CERA predicts Chinese annual energy demand growth would slow to about 7% for oil; it was 13% in the first half of 2004. This demand drop, coupled with increased oil production, could create a supply/demand imbalance that favors the supply side in global oil markets.

    Spartech bulks up

    Spartech Corp. (St. Louis, MO) agreed Sept. 1 to acquire substantially all of the assets of three divisions of VPI LLC of Sheboygan, WI for approximately $83.5 million.

    The acquisition includes the Sheet Products Div., a two-plant custom sheet-extrusion division that serves the graphic arts, medical packaging, and specialty retail markets; the Contract Manufacturing Div., a single plant that provides non-carpet flooring and sound-barrier products to the transportation industry; and the Film and Converting Div., also a single-plant operation, which calenders, prints, and laminates products for distribution to various markets.

    Spartech has three divisions-custom sheet, color and specialty, and molded and profile-and annual sales of more than $1 billion. According to Spartech Chairman, President, and CEO Bradley Buechler, sales at the three acquired divisions were about $110 million, with the plants running at less than 65% utilization rate. Spartech gains access to markets it does not serve or in which it is not yet a major player, and also offers unused capacity for volume expansion.

    Diet fad trims earnings

    Popularity in North America of the low-carbohydrate Atkins Diet has so changed consumers' spending patterns that packaging processors are starting to feel the pinch. Bunzl (London), a leading global supplier of outsourced plastics food packaging to supermarkets and restaurants, placed the blame for recent subpar U.S. results on the diet craze.

    Globally, the firm reported a 10% sales increase in the first half of 2004, but just a 3% rise in the U.S. The company claims U.S. sales suffered because supermarkets have yet to adequately respond to changes in eating habits as consumers increasingly avoid carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, and rice.

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    The Expert 400: Chemicals and petrochemicals

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    For chemicals companies today, attracting major investment is more than a fashionable subject for general economic discussion. It is a matter of life and death.

    The earnings at the chemicals companies that made Expert 400 grew by 20.2% this year. On one hand, this testifies to the fact that the leading companies in this industry are lagging behind big business in terms of growth. On the other hand, 2003 was a year of record growth for chemicals companies. Sales grew by only 9% last year and 17% the year before.

    The main reason behind the revival of the chemicals industry was the long-awaited upturn in the world market for chemical fertilizers. Falling prices for fertilizer had slowed growth in the industry in previous years. Mineral fertilizers are a key segment of the chemicals industry. Their sales abroad provide for more than a third of the industry’s export income, more than $2 billion. In 2003, the situation took a turn for the better. The average export price for the most popular type of fertilizer—nitrates—grew by nearly one and a half times. However, the market was not as kind to companies manufacturing calcium- or phosphor-based fertilizers. Prices for calcium chloride remained stable in 2003 and prices for phosphor-based fertilizers even fell slightly. Nonetheless, producers were able to compensate for losses related to prices by expanding exports and increasing sales.

    The fact that 2003 was a successful year for agricultural chemicals companies does not mean that it is the start of a long-term growth trend in the sector. The domestic market for mineral fertilizers has practically collapsed. Producers sell at most 15-20% of their products to Russian customers. Fertilizer manufacturers are trying with all their might to maintain supply to agricultural enterprises. Fosagro spent more than 300 million rubles on goods credit in rural communities.

    The gradual consolidation of agricultural enterprises around agribusiness groups gives reason to hope that the mineral fertilizer sector will slowly revive, at least in the long run. However, even if agricultural companies were suddenly willing and able to pay in full for all the fertilizer they need, producers would have a very hard time dealing with this increased demand. The export infrastructure for fertilizers is in excellent shape, but domestic distribution will have to be rebuilt from scratch. The system of warehouses and transit points in regional Russia that existed under the Soviets has completely fallen apart. Without investment in domestic infrastructure, fertilizer producers will be at the mercy of international market conditions.

    In contrast to agrochemicals producers, companies making plastics and synthetic rubber had no reason to complain about the domestic market. The growing demand for these products is keeping pace with the general growth in manufacturing and sometimes even outpacing it. In 2003, the demand for various types of polymers grew by 10-30%. The income of Expert 400 companies in this segment increased by 20%. They could have grown even faster if these companies had had the possibility to expand production capacity. However, large companies currently have nowhere to grow. At present, their facilities are working at 90-95% capacity. For chemicals companies today, attracting major investment is more than a fashionable subject for general economic discussion. It is a matter of life and death.

    In 2003, the leader in Russian chemicals Nizhekamskneftekhim (41st) opened a large, new polystyrol production facility. More than half of the Russian purchasers of this polymer bought imports until recently. The project allowed Nizhekamsk to immediately become a key market player and improve technology at its plant. Kazanorgsintez (130th) has also been very active this year. The company signed an agreement with the Japanese company Asahi Kasei Chemicals. Kazanorgsintez plans to buy the production licenses, technology, and basic equipment to produce polycarbonates. This product is not made in any significant quantity in Russia. Sibur has also come up with a very ambitious investment plan. However, the holding does not have the means to make it a reality. Sibur owes Gazprom and its subsidiaries around 40 billion rubles and in all the company’s debt has reached 60 billion rubles. It will be difficult to attract invest with this amount of debt.

    Sibur’s lack of funds could mean it will relinquish its position on the tire market. The competition between Russian and Western tire makers entered a qualitatively new phase this year. Foreign corporations have moved from simply selling tires on the Russian market to opening their own factories in Russia. French Michelin became the first, building a factory outside of Moscow. Finnish Nokian then followed suit. The Finns were unable to come to an agreement with the Russian tire holding Amtel and are now planning to build their own factory in Russia from the ground up. In order to minimize potential losses in this battle, the three Russian companies that make up the Russian tire industry—Sibur, Tatneft-Neftekhim, and Amtel—desperately need money and a good marketing strategy.

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    Quelle: Kazanorgsintez KZOS $0.170

    52-wk high $0.175
    52-wk low $0.063

    Kazanorgsintez launched the first stage of its investment program. During the first
    stage, the company would increase high-pressure polyethylene annual production capacity
    from 200,000 tons in 2004 to 510,000 tons in 2006. The company would also construct
    biphenyl and polycarbonate facilities with capacity to produces 70,000 and 65,000 tons
    per year respectively. Investments in the first stage are expected at $240 mn and will be
    financed by Sberbank. According to the company, these investments will result in a
    sales increase in 2006 to Rb 23.7 bn ($0.85 bn) compared to our 2004 sales estimate of
    $384 mn. Kazanorgsintez sees pretax profit rising in 2006 to Rb 11.2 ($0.40 bn). We
    expect the company in 2004 to earn pretax profit of $94 mn.
    The second stage of the investment program, at a cost of $0.6 bn, would last from 2005 to
    2010. As a result, Kazanorgsintez total output of petrochemicals is to rise to 1.2 mn tons.
    The company would be able to produce all types of polyethylene.
    The announced numbers are very impressive, although the sales and profit figures may be
    somewhat optimistic. According to company data, the payback period for the first stage of
    the investment program would be some three years, which is very short. We are positive
    on the Kazanorgsintez investment program.
    Kazanorgsintez 11M04 sales reached Rb 9.53 ($330 mn). Pretax profit was Rb 2.48
    ($86 mn), up 35.5% y-o-y, indicating a pretax margin of 21.8% compared to 19.5% in
    the same period of 2003. Results are very strong. Sales are rising fast while margins
    remain high.

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    Monday December 27, 11:52 PM



    Japan's Toyo Engineering, others win polycarbonate order from Russia - report
    TOKYO (AFX) - Toyo Engineering Corp, Idemitsu Kosan Co and Asahi Chemicals have jointly received an order for a chemical plant worth some 200 mln usd from major Russian chemical company JSC Kazanorgsintez, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported, without citing sources.
    Toyo Engineering Corp is a major engineering company, while Idemitsu Kosan is a large oil refiner.
    Under the deal, the three Japanese companies are expected to complete a comprehensive polycarbonate output facility in 2007 by utilizing the existing plant infrastructure in Kazanorgsintez's hometown of Kazan, in the Russian Republic of Tartarstan, the newspaper reported.
    The new plant is expected to produce 65,000 tons of polycarbonate a year, as well as 70,000 tons of bisphenol A, a polycarbonate raw material, the report said.
    The bisphenol A production facility will utilize Idemitsu Kosan's production technology. That for polycarbonate will use technology developed by Asahi Chemicals, an affiliate of Asahi Kasei Corp. The deal was coordinated by Mitsui and Co, Japan's second-largest general trading house, the report added.
    nozomi.toyama@xfn.com

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    der Markt könte es bringen

    unsere Kazno, wird anfangen zu blühen, nicht nur wegen
    den Schlizaugen & deinen Maiglöckchen.
    auch der Markt für PED hat verdammt angezogen,selbst unsere eigene Produktion kommt da im Moment nicht richtig nach, dazu der lange Transportweg von Korea.
    aber der Bimbes stimmt.
    und dein Beitrag in der Seereubersprache.
    wo ich doch nichtmehr auf meine Sekretärin zurückgreifen kann.

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    Zitat Zitat von marica
    und dein Beitrag in der Seereubersprache.
    wo ich doch nichtmehr auf meine Sekretärin zurückgreifen kann.
    ...versuchs mal damit marica<.

    http://www.rock3.co.uk/translate.shtml

    Technik Toyo Japans, andere gewinnen Polycarbonatauftrag von Rußland - Report TOKYO (AFX) - Toyo Engineering Corp, Idemitsu Kosan Co und Chemikalien Asahi haben gemeinsam einen Auftrag für einen chemischen Betrieb wert etwas 200 mln usd von der russischen chemischen hauptsächlichfirma JSC Kazanorgsintez empfangen, das Nihon Keizai berichtetes Shimbun, ohne Quellen zu zitieren. Toyo Engineering Corp ist eine Haupttechnikfirma, während Idemitsu Kosan ein großer Ölabscheider ist. Unter dem Abkommen werden die drei japanischen Firmen erwartet, einen kompletten Polycarbonatausgangs-Service 2007 durchzuführen, indem man die vorhandene Betriebsinfrastruktur im Hometown Kazanorgsintezs von Kazan, in der russischen Republik von Tartarstan verwendet, von berichteten Zeitung. Der neue Betrieb wird erwartet, 65.000 Tonnen des Polycarbonats ein Jahr, sowie 70.000 Tonnen bisphenol A zu produzieren, ein Rohstoff des Polycarbonats, der gesagte Report. Die Produktionsanlage des bisphenol A verwendet Produktionstechnologie Idemitsu Kosans. Daß für Polycarbonat Technologie verwendet, entwickelten sich durch Asahi Chemicals, ein Teilnehmer von Asahi Kasei Corp. Das Abkommen wurde von Mitsui koordiniert und Co, Japans zweitgroesstes Haus allgemeinen Handelns, der Report fügte hinzu.

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    aha

    vielen Dank ich werde das mit der Hilfe vom einem heiligen Geist schon auf die Reihe bringen.

    Grus.Zimmi.

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    Svyazinvestneftekhim, the Tatarstan government investment trust, swapped 11.36%
    of Nizhnekamskneftekhim common shares for 3.36% of Tatneft common shares with
    TAIF. TAIF is the core private investor in Tatarstan. TAIF controls significant stakes in
    several regional companies including the controlling stake in Kazanorgsintez. The deal
    was closed on 31 December 2004. Based on current RTS prices, the stakes are worth $95
    mn and $104 mn respectively.
    As a result of the swap, Svyazinvestneftekhim controls 35.86% of Tatneft common shares, while TAIF increased its stake in Nizhnekamskneftekhim to 22.76% of common shares.
    The Svyazinvestneftekhim stake in Nizhnekamskneftekhim decreased to 25.205% (still a
    blocking stake). Thus, Svyazinvestneftekhim retained a strong position in
    Nizhnekamskneftekhim. According to the press release, the deal was made to improve the
    manageability of the regional petrochemical complex.
    We treat the increasing TAIF stake in Nizhnekamskneftekhim as positive for the
    company since private ownership usually is more efficient than public. The TAIF
    influence on the Tatarstan petrochemical complex is increasing. The company has
    ambitions plans to modernize and develop Kazanorgsintez and may possibly expand its
    activity at Nizhnekamskneftekhim. We do not think that this swap will lead to any
    significant changes for Tatneft. The regional government through Svyazinvestneftekhim
    is still the major shareholder in the company

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    18 January 2005 12:36
    The Kazanorgsintez 2004-output reached 11.9bn rub..
    Kazanorgsintez increased the 2004-output to gain 11867.7mln rub., Tatneftekhiminvest-holding informed.

    The sales were fixed to come to 11627mln rub.; pretax profit - 2686mln rub.; profitability appraised to worth 23.1%

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    kazanorgasmus-jetzt ... mit dividende !?!

    ...hat eine dividende gezahlt - ist doch toll oder ?
    warum brauchen die dann noch neue kapitalgeber ?
    ALSO ich schreibe von Kazanorgi...usw.

    wer weiss was (www)

    grüsse SH

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    Kazos

    ist aber noch nichts angekommen.
    Kapital brauchen die um marode Anlagen zu erneuern,sogar von einem Erweiterungsneubau ist die rede.
    Kapazitäts soll gesteigert werden.
    auch Kapitalgeber sind bereit reinzubuttern, hab da was mitbekommen im Handelsblatt
    keine schlechte Sache
    vorwärts Kameraden.

    Gruss. Zimmi.

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    Kazanorsintez
    Dividende 2004 auf meinem Konto.

    Dividende pro ADR: $0.0539
    15% russ. Quellensteuer: -$0.008085
    Gutschrift/ADR: $0.045815

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    ...

    Werft mal nen Blick auf den Kursverlauf der Kazahnos ...

    Sehenswert

    MFG
    Bierstuhl

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    Kazos,

    @, Bierstuhl.
    du lebst ja noch.
    mit aufstocken zu 0,90, ist nichts geworden. egal.
    Gruss.Zimmi.

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    ...

    @marcia ...

    .. find ich ganz schön mutig, dass du bei den Chernos nochmal nachlegst ...
    Ich wünschte, ich hätte bei den ADRs den selben Einstiegskurs wie du bei den Originalaktien ...

    Viel Glück

    Bierstuhl

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    KAZOS , & Norilsk, & Cherno

    @, Bierstuhl.
    die drei müssen es bringen.
    lass dich nicht so hängen, Heuptling
    Chernos, egal auch wenn ich mir eine blutige Nase einfange, im Notfall können die mir TNK, Pepers geben, ala - Long auch kein Problem irgend etwas werden sie mir zukommen lassen müssen.
    was soll ich mich jetzt verrückt machen, an Weihnachten sind wir schlauer.
    wenn nicht haben die zwei anderen den Schaden bis dahin ausgebügelt.
    dort drüben ist noch Wachstum 6 - 7 % , egal oder nur 5 % ,sind besser als bei uns in die hohle Hand geschissen.

    Gruss. Zimmi.

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    Kazos ,

    habe Heute noch aufgestockt EK 1,08,eur warum nicht in ein oder zwie Jahren bekommen wir nichts zu dem Preis.
    das ist für mich die kleine Russen BASF,
    sollen sich anstrengen die Säcke.

  28. Nach oben    #88
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    4.2.05 RTS

    Silvinit +16.33%
    FESCO +14.78%
    Kazan Oil Chem. +13.81%
    Zeiskaya GES +7.41%
    UralSibBank +5.41%
    AvtoVAZ +5.09%
    IrkutskEn +3.72%
    VolgaTelecom +2.78%
    RITEK +2.40%
    KolEn +2.22%

    http://stock.rbc.ru/demo/rts.1/intra...ml?show=intra3

  29. Nach oben    #89

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    es geht weiter in richtung norden.!


  30. Nach oben    #90

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    KAZO,s

    hab erst mal Heu eingefahren,& den halben Eimer mit 1,20,eur über Stuttgart = 100%
    der Mensch lebt nicht nur von Brot.


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