Kryvyi Rih National University will train specialists in the field of mining and processing of minerals

The company Rudomine, which is engaged in the extraction of iron ores, signed an agreement on cooperation with the Kryvyi Rih National University (KNU). The company reported about it on its Facebook page.

The main direction of interaction between the parties is the training of specialists in the field of development and processing of minerals. The company’s employees will be able to obtain higher education at the university and improve their qualifications.

“Education is the basis of the future. I am sure that close cooperation between those who drives science, prepare personnel for our industry and those who in practice develop our subsoils will give great results. We believe in victory and are engaged in the training of personnel for the enterprise,” said the deputy director of Rudomine for social work and relations with authorities Oleg Podkopaev.

This is the company’s second agreement with Kryvyi Rih universities. The first one was signed with the State University of Economics and Technology, which trains personnel for the Dolynsk steel plant.

At the end of June Rudomine operates at 50% of its pre-war capacity due to problems with logistics and delivery of spare parts and consumables for blasting in iron ore mining.

As GMK Center reported earlier, at the end of 2021, the legal entity Dolynsk mining and processing plant, founded by the Rudomine company, became the winner in the auction and purchased for UAH 451 million part of the property of the state enterprise Kryvyi Rih Mining and Processing Plant of Oxidized Ores (KRMPPOO), which belonged to Ukraine. Later, in April, the company said that it employed 70 employees of KRMPPOO at Dolynsk steel plant.