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Interpipe made debut supply of pipes to Australia

In June 2024, Interpipe, a global producer of steel pipes and railway products, completed the delivery of a trial batch of special thick-walled pipes for the Australian manufacturer of premium drilling equipment Harlsen Industries.

This order with strict requirements for pipe quality was carried out in cooperation with a German partner. For shipment and customs clearance of products to Australia Interpipe engaged a logistics company from the Netherlands.

Ivan Mazanka, Pipe Sales Director for European markets at Interpipe:

- The Australian client has been purchasing pipes in the EU for years but decided to pay attention to producers from other regions. Interpipe is already known in the world, we were invited for cooperation, the customer is impressed by our position regarding sustainable development and integrated supply chain.

This order turned out to be difficult. The production process and logistics were not typical, that’s why partners in Europe were involved. For the client, the quality of the final product is very important factor as the safety of operation depends on it. At the same time the successful execution of this order may unlock the door to other consumers in Australia for us.
About the company:

Interpipe is global producer of steel pipes and railway products based in Ukraine. The company’s products are marketed in more than 50 countries all around the world via the network of sales offices located in key markets of Ukraine, Europe, North America and the Middle East. In 2023, Interpipe supplied 387 kt of pipes and 95 kt of railway products.

The total number of Interpipe’s employees is about 9.5 thousand. The number of our employees who serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine or other power structures is amounted to 950.

During 2023 Interpipe transferred UAH 4.4bln in taxes to budgets of all levels and extra-budgetary funds which is a record amount paid.
Contacts for the mass media:
Andrey Pisarevskiy
Press Officer
Phone: +380 44 233 66 53
Cell: +380 67 952 17 62


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