Russian coal mining and processing company Kolmar has announced the appointment of Sergey Tsivilev as CEO, following the departure of Andrey Churin, who left the company for personal reasons. Tsivilev will remain a member of the Board of Directors of Kolmar.
Kolmar Chairman, Kurt Suntay, commented: “On behalf of the Kolmar team, I’d like to thank Mr. Churin for his positive contributions to the company, which has seen significant progress under his leadership. We wish Mr. Churin all the best in his future endeavours.”
Sergey Tsivilev is one of the minority shareholders and co-founders of Kolmar. He has been involved in Kolmar projects for over five years, served on the board since 2012 and was previously Chairman of the Board.
Kolmar is a coking coal mining and processing company located in Sakha Republic of the Russian Federation, with resources of over 1 billion t of high-quality coking coal. The company operates several mines within the Chulmakan and Denisovsky coalfields in Eastern Siberia, where it owns licenses for open pit and underground mining production.
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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