Sahafi-Amin, the Technical Director of the Omid Industrial Group, spoke at a
workshop on the development of new grades of petrochemical products held today,
Tuesday, September 27, during the second day of the 17th IranPlast
International Exhibition. Sahafi-Amin emphasized that moving towards developing
complementary industries not only enhances income but also generates employment
opportunities for the country.
highlighted the importance of producing high-quality grades in completing the
value chain, stating, "This will reduce costs in the product
acknowledged the various sanctions imposed against Iran's oil industry,
hindering access to export markets, but stressed, "By completing the value
chain and expanding complementary industries, we are effectively bypassing these
sanctions, as these industries are immune to sanctions and cannot be
the significance of developing petrochemical grades in line with the value
chain, Sahafi-Amin added, "Iran's key export markets are saturating.
Therefore, we can take advantage of completing the value chain by shifting from
producing raw and semi-raw materials towards grades suitable for export."
He also noted
the necessity of devising pricing strategies for new products and providing
incentives for petrochemical complexes that focus on increasing exports, given
the saturation of the petrochemical products market.
the Technical Director of the Omid Industrial Group, considering the market
saturation of petrochemical products, it is essential for value chain
developers to categorize export markets effectively.
IranPlast International Exhibition, which began on September 17 and runs for
four days at Tehran's permanent international exhibition grounds, is focused on
enhancing the value chain, supporting domestic production, and promoting local
manufacturing. The exhibition provides an essential platform for capitalizing
on international partnerships and expanding Iran's presence in the global