British chemical manufacturer considers importing chemical products from Uzbekistan

Processing Materials 27 May 2021 15:01
Baku, Azerbaijan Trend News Agency Klavdiya Romakayeva
British chemical manufacturer considers importing chemical products from Uzbekistan

British chemical producers Johnson Matthey and Uzkimyosanoat JSC discussed the possibility of supplying chemical products from Uzbekistan, Trend reports with reference to the Embassy of Uzbekistan in London.

The Embassy of Uzbekistan in London organized online negotiations between the management of Uzkimyosanoat JSC and Johnson Matthey, one of the largest British manufacturers of chemical products.

The event was attended by the head of the export department of Uzkimyoimpex LLC under Uzkimyosanoat JSC Farrukh Ibragimov and director of procurement and supply chain at Johnson Matthey Salik Khawaja.

The parties discussed issues of establishing cooperation, as well as the supply of chemical products from Uzbekistan. An agreement was reached on close cooperation and exchange of information for the practical implementation of the outlined plans.

Founded in 1817, Johnson Matthey is Britain's largest multinational specialty chemicals and clean technology company. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is listed on the influential London FTSE 100 Index.

Uzkimyosanoat JSC is an integrated corporate structure that combines chemical enterprises of Uzbekistan. The company develops and sells industrial, innovation, marketing program development of chemical plants, thus creating the conditions and prerequisites for the sustainable development of the industry as a whole.

The company comprises 14 industrial enterprises, 13 regional distribution organizations involved in the implementation of mineral fertilizers to agriculture, scientific research and design institutes, foreign freight forwarding organization Kimetrans, Kimetrans Logistics and Hamkor - kimeservis brokerage company "".