A delegation of specialists from Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK) headed by the company’s CEO Pavel Shilyaev made a working visit to the Lysva Iron and Steel Works in the Perm region.
During the visit Pavel Shilyaev met with the governor of the Perm region Maxim Reshetnikov. He presented to the head of the region the development strategy for MMK Group, including the Lysva Iron and Steel Works, which became part of the Group in December 2017. Maxim Reshetnikov announced support for MMK’s plans for the further development of the Lysva enterprise.
“The government of the Perm region supports the further development of industry in the region, the growth of production output and the sale of finished products, and that people would receive a fair wage, and to this end we are ready to provide you with assistance and support of all kinds,” Maxim Reshetnikov stressed.
At a press conference following the visit to the Lysva Iron and Steel Works, Pavel Shilyaev spoke of the positive effect of the integration of the plant in the production chain of MMK Group.
“This production site is well integrated with MMK Group and will in the future be able to expand its production line. Ultimately, this will increase the cumulative efficiency and competitiveness of MMK Group. We have formulated a production schedule for the Lysva Iron and Steel Works for 2018. I think that this year should become a period of increasing production and market share for the Lysva Works,” Pavel Shilyaev said.
According to the plant’s general director Sergey Dubovsky, in 2017 the enterprise increased its personnel by two thirds, but already the employees are working at full capacity. He outlined the priorities for the enterprise: the achievement of full production capacity, the development of new types of products and an increase in productive efficiency. (MMK/Ukrainian metal)
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