The new CEOs will focus, in particular, on the effectiveness of the assets in the conditions of military challenges

Personnel changes took place at the enterprises of Metinvest Group. It is stated in the message of Metinvest.Media.

Oleksandr Tretyakov has been appointed as the CEO of Kametstal since January 2. The new head of the enterprise graduated from the Communarsky Mining and Metallurgical Institute with a degree in “Metallurgical Engineer”. He has 35 years of experience in the steel industry. He worked at the Yenakiyiv Steel Plant, at the Azovstal and Zaporizhstal plants, and at the Zaporizhkoks enterprise.

According to the message, in the position of the CEO of the enterprise, he will focus on increasing the efficiency of work and competitiveness of products, expanding the assortment. Dmytro Lippa, who previously was the CEO of Kametstal, will continue his career outside the Metinvest Group.

Since January 2, Roman Slobodianyuk has been appointed as an acting CEO of Zaporizhstal plant. He graduated from the Zaporizhzhia State Technical University with a degree in “Electromechanical automation systems and electric drive”, he has been working in the company for more than 10 years, most of them – at Zaporizhstal. In particular, in 2019-2022, Roman Slobodyanyuk worked in the operational directorate of Metinvest as a production director. In the position of acting CEO of Zaporizhstal, he will focus on increasing the efficiency of the plant’s work in the face of new challenges and implementing measures aimed at ensuring the competitiveness of products.

Oleksandr Myronenko, who was the part-time head of the company before the appointment of Roman Slobodianyuk, will fully concentrate on managing the operational department from January 2023.

From December 24, 2022, Oleksandr Bekhter became acting CEO of Zaporizhkoks. He graduated from the Ukrainian State University of Chemistry and Technology, he is a specialist in the chemical technology of fuel and carbon materials, and has many years of experience in the coke industry. In particular, since 2018, he held the position of production director at Zaporizhkoks.

In his new position, the company reported, Oleksandr Bekhter will focus on increasing work efficiency, implementing investment projects aimed at updating the furnace stock and improving product quality.

As GMK Center reported earlier, the Ukrainian steel enterprises of the Metinvest Group, including the joint venture Zaporizhstal, in 2022 set up the production of 24 new types of steel products. One of the main directions for which the company’s steel plants have started producing new products is the restoration of the country’s infrastructure and the provision of rolled steel for Ukrainian consumers.