Kolmar coal mining company received the 'Star of the Far East' award for contribution to the development of the district, as the best employer in the macroregion. The award to Anna Tsivileva, chairman of the Kolmar Group Board of Directors, was presented Thursday in Moscow.
Kolmar coal mining company owns the Inaglinsky and Denisovsky mining and processing complexes in the Neryungri district of Yakutia. The company's balance reserves exceed 1 billion tons of coal. The main specialization of the Advanced Development Zone is the extraction and processing of coking coal for delivery to the Russian market and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
“Kolmar mining company offers some of the best working conditions in the Far East. Today, several thousand people from different regions of Russia and neighboring countries work at the company's facilities. The company has great potential in the development of production, which means that the need for new personnel will only grow,” explained the embassy of the Far Eastern Federal District.
Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Yuri Trutnev awarded employees of TASS, Rossiya segodnya, Interfax, Rossiya-24 channel, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Beautiful Chita project, Sakha National Broadcasting Company in the 'Openness' nomination and Primamedia regional news agency.
Khabarovsk Airport won in the ‘Territory Development’ nomination - in September, Russian President Vladimir Putin remotely opened its new terminal. As noted in the embassy, the modernization of the airport is an important step in improving the transport accessibility of the region. In the ‘Strategic Development’ nomination, the prize was received by the representative of the Baikal Mining Company, which is developing the Udokan copper deposit - the third largest undeveloped in the world.
Indian KGK Group recognized as the Best Foreign Investor, which opened a diamond cutting production in Primorye. Andrey Vorotnyak won the ‘Best Hectare’ nomination with the project of the Far East Sloboda cooperative, in which residents of Khabarovsk launched a project to collect, process and sell birch sap on 50 hectares.