SHCHEKINOAZOT MAKES IT IN SPACE[28.05.2021]
Cosmic scale of company's projects has been gauged from the orbit
On their professional holiday, the chemists of Shchekino were congratulated from the International Space Station by Hero of Russia, Cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy.
It is a sign of recognition of the decorated enterprise's great merits in the national industry. We have been sent the kindest, warmest wishes on the eve of big, significant events for us, namely, the commissioning of new production units: Methanol-500 and Nitric acid/Ammonium nitrate.
It is a joy to see that even in space, people are closely following the progress in Shchekino. When flying over Russia, Tula and our enterprise, cosmonauts are able to appreciate the scale of Shchekinoazot's construction projects and the sheer size of its production facilities. Thousands of lights at the plant shine at night, as millions of distant stars twinkle in the sky.
Like cosmonauts, we the chemists push the boundaries by bringing our plant to a new orbit. This is what flying high really means! By developing our company, we are looking to the future, and we have the courage to be trailblazers! Many of Shchekinoazot's projects and the technology used here are truly unique. They are found nowhere else in the world!
Like Yuri Gagarin, the first man to conquer space, we demonstrate the sheer power of the human spirit, the engineering genius, the power of teamwork and the ability to overcome any difficulties.
The scale of our development is cosmic and truly grandiose!
The work of the plant's entire team deserves the most sincere respect.
The space conquerors wish Shchekinoazot and the team new achievements, as well as success in fulfilling all our ambitious plans and implementing projects!
Onward to dream coming true!
GOOD TO KNOW
Hero of the Russian Federation, cosmonaut of the Russian Federation.
On 9 April, Oleg Novitsky went into space for the third time as commander of the ISS-65/66 international crew on a spaceship called the Yuri Gagarin. The crew also included Russia's Petr Dubrov and NASA's American astronaut Mark Vande Hei.