Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant
|Type||Open Joint-Stock Company|
|Traded as||MCX: CHEP|
|Products||Seamless hot-rolled pipe
Seamless cold-rolled pipe
|Revenue||~ US$3322 mm 2007|
Chelyabinsk Tube Rolling Plant (also known as ChelPipe; abbreviated as ChTPZ) manufactures every kind of steel pipe, including pipes used for the construction of petroleum, natural gas and water pipelines; and pipes used in manufacturing processes. It accounts for 11% of Russia's steel pipe output. The company's stock is listed on Micex as CHEP.
The company was established in 1942 and is based in Chelyabinsk. It is involved in the production and distribution of steel tubes, with its main products being large diameter welded pipes (530-1220 mm diameter), large diameter hot-worked seamless pipes (245-550 mm diameter), mall diameter hot-worked seamless pipes (108-169 mm diameter) and cold-worked seamless pipes (89-426 mm diameter). Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant accounts for 11% of the total Russian pipe production and more than 70% of Russian pipelines currently in operation use pipes made by the company.
In 2008, the Plant produced 806,700 tonnes of pipe products. In recent years, it has entered a large scale modernization programme.
The company's important oversease clients include Japan, Iran, Syria and the United States. Main production facilities are located in the city of Chelyabinsk, which is just east of the Ural Mountains. The company's sales office is located in Moscow.
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