The Kolmar coal-mining company has concluded an agreement on cooperation between the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the Russian Foreign Ministry and the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy (MIEP) of MGIMO.
“We are interested in highly qualified personnel, therefore our cooperation with the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO is extremely relevant. The need of the Kolmar company in personnel until 2022 is more than 5 thousand people. In three years, the number of Kolmar employees will increase to 9,000 people. In addition, we will provide a unique opportunity for the residents of Yakutia to receive quality education at a high international level," said Anna Tsivileva, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kolmar Group LLC.
University students will undergo practical training at Kolmar for the implementation of large-scale projects of the company, including the export of the company's products to countries in the Asia-Pacific region. It is planned to launch advanced training and further education programs for Kolmar employees. It is planned to conduct master classes for management and leading experts of Kolmar.
As explained by Valery Salygin, Academic Advisor of MIEP MGIMO, “effective joint work is planned to develop human resources, professional development of specialists, expansion of expert-analytical activity, aimed at successful implementation of the most important projects of the coal industry.”
The parties also intend to conduct joint research in the field of development and international cooperation in the coal industry. This will include the development of the coal mining company, the management of foreign economic relations of the coal industry, legal issues, economic and environmental risks in the implementation of coal mining and processing projects.
Now Kolmar is one of the largest companies in the Far East. Kolmar unites industrial enterprises for the extraction and processing of coking coal located in the territory of the Neryungri region of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia). It is also building a coal transshipment terminal in the Vaninsky district of the Khabarovsk Territory. The implementation of the development strategy by 2022 will bring Kolmar into the top five coal companies in Russia, the press service of the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East reports.