Comment on a new direction of work of the KZGO added
On September 2, Alexander Seliverstov was appointed director of the Open Development Division – Corum Kryvyi Rih Mining Equipment Plant. This was said in a statement.
“We are strengthening the management team of the Open Development Division – Corum Kryvyi Rih Mining Equipment Plant” and are waiting for the new manager to address strategic issues that will realize the full potential of the enterprise: increase plant productivity, give a new round to sales development. Alexander has good experience working with foreign markets “We are confident that he will effectively apply it in our company,” said Corum Group CEO Jacob Sidlyarenko.
The report notes that the Kryvyi Rih asset of the group has a special role: the formation and development of a new direction.
At the request of Delo.UA, the Corum Group press service specified that it was a turnkey service for open-pit mining equipment (production of spare parts, diagnostics and repairs, as well as subsequent after-sales service). “Previously, we provided such services only for underground mining equipment. For example, recently we launched 5 pilot projects for servicing equipment with our key client, Metinvest: overhaul followed by crushing service — maintenance of the spiral classifier at the ore processing plant InGOK-overhaul with subsequent maintenance of a quarry excavator, “the company said in a response.
“First of all, I intend to increase the production culture, reduce the level of rejects and reduce non-production costs. This is about the first operational steps. I can say more specifically about the tools for implementing the tasks assigned to the enterprise after a detailed examination of the current state of affairs at the plant,” commented Alexander Seliverstov, Director of the Open Development Division – Corum Krivorozhsky Mining Equipment Plant, was appointed.
The Corum Group said that Viktor Kravchuk, who headed the company earlier, decided to pursue a career outside the company. Stepan Sanagursky, who served as director of the Open Development Division, will continue to work for the company.