About the company

Linkpower LTD is a company that specializes in delivering petroleum and petroleum chemistry products.

The area served by the company’s deliveries encompasses eastern and western Europe, the Asian-Pacific Region, and the countries of the CIS.

The company is constantly upgrading its work with its clients with the goal of increasing the effectiveness of our joint activities, offering them flexible schemes of financial interaction, individual logistical solutions, and much else.


LPG Intended for use as a fuel, but also used as a raw material for organic synthesis In greater detail → Propylene/Propane-propylene fraction Used for production of propylene oxide, obtaining isopropyl alcohol and acetone, for synthesizing aldehydes, for obtaining acrylic acid and acrylonitrile, polypropylene, plastics, rubbers, wetting agents, components of motor fuels and solvents. Individual gases (isobutane, normal butane) Used in the refrigeration industry as a refrigerant, especially for home refrigerators. Does not damage the ozone layer. Use of isobutane as a refrigerant allows reduction of energy consumption. In refrigerators operating on hot refrigerants, which include isobutane, additional safety requirements arise—they must be designed in such a way that in the event of an unplanned leakage of the refrigerant from the system in the vicinity of electrical installations capable of initiating flames an explosive concentration cannot develop. Used as a raw material in the alkylation process and in the manufacture of methyl-tert-butyl ether in petroleum refining. Thanks to a high octane number (100), isobutane is used as a component of fuel for internal combustion engines. Isobutane is also often used as an additive in aerosol canisters. Liquid natural gas liquids (LNG) LNG is used as a raw material by petroleum chemical enterprises first for obtaining a method for fractionating individual hydrocarbons (propane, butane, pentane) and for obtaining a wide range of products for further processing of individual hydrocarbons: rubber, plastic, ethanol, solvents, and components of high-octane gasolines. The propane-butane mixture extractable from LNG can be used as a gasoline engine fuel, as an alternative to the customary gasoline and diesel fuel. Sulfur and acid The biggest consumer of sulfuric acid is the manufacture of mineral fertilizers In greater detail → Sulfur About half of the sulfur produced is used in manufacturing sulfuric acid. Sulfur is used for vulcanizing rubber, as a fungicide in agriculture, and as colloidal sulfur—a medication. In addition, as an ingredient of sulfur-bitumen compositions, sulfur is used to produce sulfur asphalt, and, as a substitute for Portland cement, to produce sulfur concrete. Sulfur finds application for the manufacture of pyrotechnic compounds, it was formerly used in the production of gunpowder and is used now for manufacturing matches. Sulfuric acid Sulfuric acid, the field of application of which is varied, is also used in producing mineral fertilizers. For more convenient collaboration, the plants that are occupied with producing sulfuric acid and mineral fertilizers are generally located close to each other. This feature allows uninterrupted production. The use of sulfuric acid in the manufacture of pigments and synthetic fibers occupies second place in distribution after the production of mineral fertilizers. Many branches of industry use sulfuric acid in various manufacturing processes. The use of sulfuric acid has also found some demand for home use. People use the chemical substance for servicing their own cars. Sulfuric acid can be obtained in stores that specialize in selling chemical substances, and also from us by link. Sulfuric acid is transported in accordance with the rules for shipping that kind of load. Trains or trucks transport the acid in appropriate containers. In the former case a tank car is used, and in the latter, a barrel or container. Alcohols Alcohols find numerous and varied uses, encompassing the very broad range of compounds in this class In greater detail → Methanol Methanol is used in organic chemistry as a solvent. It is used in the gas industry to control the formation of hydrates (due to its low freezing point and good solubility). In organic syntheses methanol is used for the extraction of formaldehyde, formalin, acetic acid, and a number of ethers (for example, methyl-tert-butyl ether and dimethyl ether), isoprene, and others. Phenol Phenol is used in the chemical industry to produce such synthetic fibers as capron and nylon. A highly important area for its application is the production of phenol-formaldehyde resins. Phenol is also used for selective cleaning of oils and orthocresol; in the preparation of oil additives it is a component of a number of pigments, plasticizers for polymers, and perfume preparations; it is used as a plant protection agent. Ethyl alcohol This is used in the foods industry, perfumery, medicine, the fuels industry, the chemical and tanning industries, and in radio electronics. Butyl and isobutyl alcohol Butyl alcohol is widely used in the paint pigment industry. It serves as a solvent for many pigments, natural and synthetic resins, and some types of rubbers. Butyl alcohol is an excellent catalyzer in the production of many pharmaceutical preparations. This compound is used in the production of scents, artificial leather, and textile products. Isobutyl alcohol or isobutynol is used as a solvent in the paint pigment industry and for manufacturing ethers, paints, and organic compounds. Monomers Monomers, among other things, are used for producing polymers In greater detail → Styrene Styrene is used for producing various polymers: from elastic foam to high-quality technical plastics. Basically, styrene is consumed in the manufacture of polystyrene possessing high chemical and water resistance, low cost; it is a dielectric. Some end variations of the application of styrene: disposable tableware, packaging for electronic equipment, and automotive cabin components. Ethylene There are numerous applications for ethylene. Polyethylene is a polymer that is used on a very large scale in the manufacture of packaging films, electrical wire coatings, and plastic bottles. Yet another application of ethylene as a monomer has to do with the formation of α olefines. Ethylene is a source material for preparing a number of two-carbon compounds, such as ethanol (technical alcohol), ethylene oxide (antifreeze, polyester fibers and films), acetaldehyde, and vinyl chloride. In addition to these compounds, ethylene with benzene forms ethylbenzene, which is used in manufacturing plastics and synthetic rubber. Amines These are used in the chemical industry, in metallurgy, in the production of resins, plastics, and pigments In greater detail → Technical dimethylamine This is used to obtain substances used in the production of resins. It serves as a raw material for producing heptyl—a rocket fuel. It was used in the production of a chemical weapon (herd). Technical monomethylamine This is used for obtaining insecticides and monomethyl hydrazine—a component of rocket fuel; in preparing medications (promedol, caffeine); for obtaining explosive substances (tetryl and others); for synthesizing vulcanization accelerators, fungicides, corrosion inhibitors, bactericides, and additives for lubricating oils; in processing hides in the tanning industry; and as a raw material in the production of dimethyl-carbamides. Polymers These are used in machine construction, agriculture, medicine, automotive and naval construction, in aviation construction, and at home In greater detail → Polystyrene Polystyrenes are used for a very wide range of products, which are primarily used in the domestic realm of human activity (disposable tableware, packing material, children’s toys, etc.), as well as in the construction industry (heat insulation slabs, non-removable sheathing, sandwich panels), facing and decorative materials (ceiling baguettes, ceiling tiles, polystyrene sound-absorbing units, glue bases, polymer concentrates), medical applications (parts of blood transfusion systems, Petri dishes, supplemental disposable instruments). Foaming polystyrene, after high-temperature treatment with water or steam, can be used as a filtering material (filter attachment) in columnar filters in water treatment and wastewater purification. The high electro-technical indicators of polystyrene in the super-high frequency ranges allow it to be used in manufacturing: dielectric antennas and supports for coaxial cables. Thin films can be obtained (down to 100 μm), and in a mixture with copolymers (styrene-butadiene-styrene) down to 20 µm, which is also successfully used in the packing and confectionery industries, as well as in the manufacture of condensers. Shock-resistant polystyrenes and its modifications have found broad application in the area of household technology and electronics (casing elements for household devices). Polyethylene This is used in various areas. Polyethylene film, packaging, polymer pipes for sewage and drainage lines, water and gas supply. Electrical insulating material. Polyethylene powder is used as a hot glue. Armor (armored panels in bullet-proof vests). Equipment casings etc. Foam polyethylene is used as a heat insulator. Best known are the following brands: MultiFleks, Izokom, Porileks, Alenteks. Low-pressure polyethylene, or high-density polyethylene (HDPE), is used in the construction of sewage treatment facilities, collecting liquid and solid substances that could contaminate soil and groundwater. HDPE is widely used in upgrading the grounds around homes and children’s playgrounds. Polypropylene Material for manufacturing films (especially packaging films), bags, containers, pipes, parts for technical devices, plastic cups, objects for household use, nonwoven materials, electrical insulation material, and in construction for vibration-proofing and sound-proofing between-floor coverings in “floating floor” systems. When propylene is copolymerized with ethylene, non-crystallizing copolymers, which display the properties of rubber, distinguishing themselves by increased chemical resistance and resistance to aging. Foam polypropylene is also widely used for vibrational and thermal insulation. Similar in characteristics to foam polyethylene. Decorative extruded profiles from foam polypropylene are also found, replacing foam polystyrene. Atactic polypropylene is used for preparing structural adhesives, putties, sealing mastics, road paving materials, and adhesive tapes. Rubber The most widespread use of raw rubbers is in the manufacture of production rubber for automotive, aviation, and bicycle tires. Raw rubbers are used to produce special rubbers with a huge variety of densities for purposes of heat, sound, air, and water insulation of various elements of buildings, in sewage and ventilation equipment, and in hydraulic, pneumatic, and vacuum equipment. Raw rubbers are used as electrical insulation, manufacturing medical devices, and contraceptive devices. Synthetic rubbers are used in rocket technology as a polymer base for producing solid rocket fuel, in which they play the role of a combustible, and a nitrate powder (either potassium or ammonium) or ammonium perchlorate is used as a filler, which plays the role of oxidizer in the fuel. Aromatics A wide range of applications for aromatic compounds In greater detail → Aromatic solvents Solvents of organic origin are in wide demand in the chemical industry, as well as in the areas of construction, repair, production of paints, automotive construction, printing, etc. They are used for splitting fats, preparing adhesive compounds and impregnations, and removing impurities and layering. Benzene A substantial portion of the benzene that is produced is used to synthesize other products. In truly minute quantities benzene is used to synthesize various other compounds. Rarely and in extreme situations, in view of its high toxicity, benzene is used as a solvent. Resin This is used in manufacturing technical carbon, petroleum polymer resins, and concrete superplasticizers In greater detail → Pyrolysis resin This is used as a component in fuel for bunkering ships and as boiler fuel, in the production of technical carbon, and in concrete superplasticizers. Coke This is used in the chemical and ferroalloy fields of industry (special types of coke) In greater detail → Petroleum coke The primary consumer of coke is the aluminum industry: coke serves as a reducing agent (anode mass) in smelting aluminum from aluminum ores (bauxites). Other areas of application of coke: as a raw material for preparing electrodes used in steelmaking furnaces; for obtaining carbides (calcium, silicon) that are used in the production of acetylene; and in producing grinding materials for preparing conductors, refractories, and others. Sulfur and high-sulfur cokes are used as reducing agents and as sulfiding agents. A special type of coke is used as a construction material for preparing chemical apparatuses operating under conditions of an aggressive environment, in rocket technology, and other fields.


A wide range of products

The Linkpower LTD Company has a direct contract relationship with the major petroleum chemical manufacturers, which allows it to provide its customers with a full line of products.

Comprehensive deliveries to enterprises

We offer comprehensive deliveries of petroleum products and chemicals for various organizations. We provide a high quality of work, stability of deliveries, and a competent staff.

Stable partner relationships

We are oriented to mutually beneficial, long-term partnership relationships, both with suppliers of products and with customers. This allows us to offer exclusively high-quality products.


Dimokritou, 15 PANARETOS ELIANA COMPLEX, Flat/Office 104, Potamos Germasogeias, 4041, Limassol, Cyprus

Board of Directors

Despina Chrysanthou Dimitriou
(+357) 25 266 500

Natalia Antoniou
(+357) 25 266 500

Operational management

Corporate Secretary

A.B.C. Grandeservus Limited
Arch. Makariou III 276, LARA COURT 3105, Limassol, Cyprus
(+357) 25 266 500

Legal Consultants

Costas Tsirides & Co. LLC
Irina Loutchina Skittides
Arch. Makariou III 276, LARA COURT 3105, Limassol, Cyprus
(+357) 25 266 500


George Yiallourides
(+357) 25 443 132