Vladimir Dmitriev has been appointed General Director of Altai-Koks (part of NLMK Group), having previously held the position of First Deputy General Director. He will be taking over from Pavel Lizogub, who had been combining this role with the position of Deputy Vice President - Head of NLMK’s Strategic Raw Materials Division since June 2013.
New General Director’s key goals include further enhancement of business process efficiency and quality of Altai-Koks products, and ensuring stable deliveries of coke and chemical products as part of NLMK Group’s single production chain.
Vladimir Dmitriev has been with Altai-Koks since December 2013, in the position of First Deputy General Director. From 1990 to 2013, he held various positions with different coal companies in the Kuzbass. From 2008 to 2013, he was General Director at Sibuglemet Holding, Novokuznetsk. From 2002, he was General Director at Erunakovsk Coal Company, and General Director of United Coal Group LLC. He graduated from Siberian Metallurgical Institute, Novokuznetsk. Ph.D., Ec.
Altai-Koks is one of the largest coke plants in Russia. The Company also produces a wide range of chemical products. It has the design capacity of 4.4 million tonnes of coke per year. In 2006 Altai-Koks became part of NLMK Group. For more information about the company, visit www.altai-koks.ru
About NLMK Group
NLMK Group is a vertically integrated steelmaking company, and Russia’s leading manufacturer of steel and HVA rolled products. NLMK Group’s high-quality steel products are used in a variety of industries, from construction and machine-building to the manufacture of power generation equipment and offshore windmills.
NLMK’s production facilities are located in Russia, Europe and the USA. The Company’s crude steel capacity is over 17 m tpa, of which approximately 16 m t are located in Russia. The Company generated $10.9 billion in revenue and $1.5 billion in EBITDA in 2013.
NLMK’s ordinary shares are traded on the Moscow Stock Exchange (ticker “NLMK”) and its global depositary shares on the London Stock Exchange (ticker “NLMK:LI”).