‘Mogilevkhimvolokno’ OJSC: 50 years on the leading positions in the industry

12.02.2018 г.
Having started its activity in 1968 as Mogilev factory of synthetic fiber,  ‘Mogilevhimvolokno’ OJSC has been maintaining a steady position among the leading manufacturers of polyester products for almost 50 years and is one of the biggest factory in chemical sphere in Europe. The quality of the company’s production is confirmed by ISO 9001 certificate.   The ‘Mogilevhimvolokno’ OJSC  is the only major manufacturer of dimethyltherephtalate, polyester granulate (PET), including food purposes, polyester fibers and threads and also is the major supplier of raw materials for light industry – the largest industry of the natural economy complex for the Republic of Belarus.   The customer’s satisfaction, providing a secure environment as well as reducing the environmental impact are the primary goals of the Company.   Distinctive feature of our enterprise is to integrate all the productions related to the technological cycle in a sole complex on one platform – from the provision of the feedstock (dimethyltherephtalate, polyethylene terephthalate) to  manufacture the ready-made products in the form of fibers, threads, nonwoven materials of the very diverse product range and purposes.   All company products meet the world quality standards and is in high demand: over 65% of products goes to the foreign markets. Export is executed to over 30 countries including Russian Federation, Ukraine, China, USA, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Latvia, and Lithuania.   ‘Mogilevhimvolokno’ OJSC has an integrated management system, which meets all the international standards ISO9001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001.   At the end of December 2017 ‘Mogilevhimvolokno’ OJSC  became the winner of the ‘The best goods of Republic of Belarus’ contest in a few items.   To find out more about our products please visit our stand at the  “Interfabric-2018. Spring” exhibition from 20th March to 23rd March, 2018, in Expocenter, pavilion 3,  A-10 stand.  
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