On the eve of the Day of Chemical Industry company “ROSAVA” put into operation a new line of curing presses


On May 27, the day before we celebrated our professional holiday, the Day of Chemical Industry, «ROSAVA» company put into operation a next line of curing presses «Harburg Freudenberger» (Germany), with production capacity of 600 thousand tyres per year.

 When in current year February the works on installation and commissioning were completed, the new equipment was successfully run in test mode and it confirmed the declared requirements and specifications. Its use resulted in improvement of consumer characteristics of manufactured product, increase of productivity by 25% due to curing time reduction, as well as in decrease of power inputs by 29%.          

At an official startup of the new curing presses the management of “ROSAVA” company and honorary guests – Vitaly Nemilostivy, Deputy Minister of Industrial Policy, Anatoly Prisyazhnuk, Head of Kiev Regional Public Administration, Vladimir Ochkolas, Head of Main Management of Industry, Transport and Communication of KRPA, Vladimir Prishchepa, Head of Industry Department of KRPA, Vladimir Khlyvniuk, Chairman of the Board of Finance and Credit Bank, Vasiliy Savchuk, Mayor of Belaya Tserkov city were present.

During the visit the official guests saw main production sites with the new operating hi-tech equipment.

Roman Rybachuk, Ciarman of the Board – General Director of PJSC “ROSAVA” presented new types of product and told the guests about the future trends of the company development.

He underlined, in particular, the following: “Up to year 2014 we are planning to purchase some more lines of curing presses, up-to-date tyre building machines of «Harburg Freudenberger» (Germany), a line of «Krauss Maffei Berstorff» (Germany) for manufacturing of innerliner for passenger and light truck tyres. It will give us an opportunity to produce passenger car and light truck tyres with rim seat diameter up to 18 inches for all segments, from economy till premium one, and to increase production capacity up to 10 million tyres per year.”