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Trans-Siberian Gold appoints new chief engineer

By Iain Gilbert

Date: Thursday 14 Jun 2018

Trans-Siberian Gold appoints new chief engineer

(Sharecast News) - AIM-quoted mining firm Trans-Siberian Gold appointed Alexey Malevanov as chief engineer of the company's wholly-owned operating subsidiary ZAO Trevozhnoye Zarevo on Thursday, taking over the role held by Alexey Selyutin at the Asacha gold mine since 2010.
Malevanov joins TSG from the Berezitovy Mine in the Amur Region where he was deputy executive director between 2016 and 2018. The Cambridgeshire-based firm's new engineering head also held a variety of managerial positions at the Julietta, Karalveem and Mnogovershinnoe mines.

Dmitry Khilov, chief executive Officer of TSG, said, "I am pleased to welcome Alexey to our business. He will provide technical leadership at the Asacha Gold Mine in Kamchatka. Our number one priority is to enhance our existing operations at Asacha. Alexey has responsibility for achieving operational efficiencies and improvements as well as ensuring a safe working environment."

"Alexey Selyutin will stay with the Group and therefore we will retain the benefit of his operational experience at the Asacha Gold Mine," Khilov added.

As of 1200 BST, TSG shares had lost 3.52% to 34.25p.


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