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Andrew Apanasenko appointed head of Maltsovsky Portland

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During a visit to Maltsovsky Portland, the President of the Eurocement Group Mikhail Skorokhod presented the plant's new director general Andrei Apanasenko to the staff.

The President’s visit to the plant started with a workshop with the leadership of the company. Particular attention was paid to the investment project to build a modern automated line modular bulk shipment of cement in road and rail transport, and construction of a new branch of packing and palletising of bagged cement. All work on the project will be completed by the beginning of the construction season in 2016. The project will improve the efficiency and safety of industrial enterprises, improve customer care, and increase the volume of shipments of cement.

Andrei Apanasenko thanked the management of the Holding Company for their trust. "I promise to maximise the use of the experience and skills to achieve all the goals set by the enterprise, and to justify the trust placed in me,” said Andrew Apanasenko.


Edited from source by Joseph Green. Source: Eurocement

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/16122015/apanasenko-appointed-head-maltsovsky-portland-192/

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