Marc Lahalle becomes new director of Russian PVC maker
New general director, Marc Lahalle (Photo: RusVinyl)
Marc Lahalle has been the new general director of PVC manufacturer RusVinyl (Nizhny Novgorod / Russia; since 1 December 2021. The 51-year-old Frenchman succeeded Günther Nadolny, who has retired.

Lahalle was RusVinyl’s production manager between 2009 and 2014 and has broad knowledge of the company, which is a 50/50 JV between Russia’s Sibur (Moscow; and Solvay (Brussels / Belgium;

RusVinyl is the largest PVC producer in Russia and the only unit from the former chlorine vinyl division of Solvay that still belongs to the Belgian group via the SolVin holding company. Its suspension PVC capacity is 300,000 t/y, with the supplier owning available output of 30,000 t/y for emulsion grades and 225,000 t/y for caustic soda.
16.12.2021 [249227-0]
Published on 16.12.2021
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