Turkey’s Hatboru is set to open a steel tube making plant in the Astrakhan region to market them across Russia and the Caspian states, the region’s govenor’s press office said.

The plans were made known today to Astrakhan region governor Alexander Zhilkin today by Chairman of Hatboru’s CEO Mehmet Kiliclar who is currently in the region on a working visit.

According to the press office, Hatboru manufactures tubes for the oil and gas industry, drinking water production companies, and port facilities. Over 50% of the output is exported to countries across Europe, North America and Middle East. Hatboru’s production facilities take up130,000 square meters of open and indoor space employing 40o people.

13 October 2015
TASS Russian News Agency
Astrakhan region

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Hatboru has been around since 1964 offering a wide range of industry standard steel tubes for water supply projects and welded pipes for drilling sites. The company’s factory is located in the industrial zone of Antakya (Turkey) covering an area of 100,000 square meters of open space and 20,000 square meters of well-equipped indoor area. In 2008, Hatboru set up a plastic pipe producing division, and the first batch came out in 2009 after excessive research.