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Ivanovo Chemical Plant

Ivanovo Chemical Plant

a chemical industry enterprise in the city of Ivanovo.

The company was founded in 1838 by Moscow merchants Lepeshkin on the bank of the river Uvodi on the outskirts of the village of Ivanovo.

The chemical establishment "Trading House Lepeshkin and Sons" was a kind of satellite of local textile enterprises, fulfilled the orders of manufacturers. The first production of the "Lepeshkin workshops", as the enterprise was then called, was intended to meet the needs of textile factories in the Kostroma, Vladimir, Yaroslavl and Moscow provinces. In 1850, 84 people worked at the factory. Already in 1873, the products were presented at the World Exhibition in Vienna. And in 1882, the plant received the highest award — the right to use the State Emblem on the trademark of its products.

During the First World War, the plant, in addition to its main products, produced chemical warfare agents for the needs of the front.

Timeline

2011
winner of the competition "Leading industrial enterprises of Russia"
1992
the company was transformed into an open joint Stock company — JSC "Ivkhimprom".
1988
Certificate of Honor of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR
January 1977
By order of the Minister of Chemical Industry of the USSR, the Ivanovo Production Association "Khimprom" was formed on the basis of the plant named after P. S. Baturin. It included the Korkinsky plant (Rodnikovsky district).
1929
The Ivanovo Industrial Region was created in the region, which to this day is called, and quite deservedly, the "textile region".
1922
the plant became part of the first Ivanovo-Voznesensky provincial Trust as a subsidiary enterprise.
June 15, 1921
The chemical plant was named after Chapaev Commissar Pavel Stepanovich Baturin.
1882
the plant received the highest award — the right to use the State Emblem on the trademark of its products.
1873
The products were presented at the World Exhibition in Vienna.
1850
84 people worked at the plant.

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