Joint Stock Company "Uzkimyosanoat" - an integrated corporate structure that combines chemical enterprises of the Republic 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" and "Kimetrans Logistics", and brokerage company "Hamkor - kimeservis".
“O‘zkimyosanoat” aksiyadorlik jamiyati O‘zbekiston Respublika tovar-xom ashyo birjasidagi o‘z savdo maydonchasi orqali tashkilot tizimidagi korxonalar tomonidan ishlab chiqarilayotgan kimyo mahsulotlari savdosining 2022-yil 10-iyun sanasidagi yakuni bo‘yicha ma'lumotlarni taqdim etadi.
The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) as part of a Joint Project with JSC Uzkimyosanoat is announcing full Scholarships for Master's Degree (12 seats) and Doctoral (PhD, 10 seats) Programs in Chemistry field at one of the prestigious universities in Korea! Successful graduates will continue their employment at the newly establishing R&D and Design Institute – Chemical Technology Center! Deadline for Application submission is July 31, 2022.
According to the decision of the Tender Commission, the Minutes of the Meeting of the Tender Commission No.2 dated September 23, 2021, the deadline for submitting bid proposals for the project “Expansion of soda ash production by 250 thousand tons at JV LLC "Kungrad Soda Plant"” is extended till 15:00 (Tashkent time) of 4th October, 2021.
On September 29-30, Uzbekistan Economic Forum on topic “Uzbekistan: Achievements of economic reforms and outlook” will be held. Open discussions and reviews on main areas of Economics with the participation of international experts and highly experienced specialists. Sessions with foreign journalists and special virtual panel sessions with the Financial Times.
Within the framework of the Economic Forum of Uzbekistan, the analysis of the experience of Uzbekistan on economic reforms over the past five years using modern methods and the content of future reforms in order to exchange views on the following directions macroeconomic reforms, transformation of state-owned enterprises, transformation of state-owned banks, development of capital markets, public-private partnership projects and privatization.