Aleksey Tkachenko has been appointed Executive Director of Coal Sea Port Shakhtersk LLC. The new head took office on 12 June 2021.
In his new position, Tkachenko will pay increased attention to optimising the port's operation and implementing projects for its modernisation, introducing modern management methods in accordance with the best practices of Russian and international ports.
Tkachenko has been working in the port industry for over 20 years. At PJSC Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port, he rose from the position of an engineer to the position of General Director of the port. Since 2018, he has been in charge of port logistics at EuroChem in the following cities: Tuapse, Novorossiysk, Murmansk, Sillamäe. A significant vector of his work was associated with the export of goods to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Since 2019, he worked at STG Engineering LLC in the position of Director of the Directorate for Foreign Port Management. In his work, he paid special attention to the development of the transport and logistics system, taking into account the close interaction of all sections of the process.
In 2002, Tkachenko graduated from the Far Eastern State Maritime Academy named after Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy with a degree in Operation of Ship Power Plants. In 2004, he graduated from the Maritime State University named after Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy with a degree in Organization of Transportation and Transport Management.
Tkachenko replaced Anatoly Balakin, who was the head of this enterprise earlier, in the position of the Executive Director of LLC Shakhtersk Coal Sea Port. The staff of Coal Sea Port Shakhtersk LLC would like to thank Anatoly Balakin for his significant contribution to the development of the enterprise.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/17062021/coal-sea-port-shakhtersk-appoints-chief-executive/
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