Friday, November 24, 2017

Russian Copper joins Union of Industrialists, Employers

Earlier this week, Russian Copper Co. President Vsevolod Levin announced that the company has joined the Russian Union of Industrialists and Employers.

The Russian Union of Industrialists and Employers was established to improve business practices in manufacturing and mining enterprises and to elevate the visibility of Russian businesses globally, Ural Business Consulting reports.

The union also encourages its members businesses to engage in philanthropic programs in their communities through partnerships with local governments, charitable organizations and other businesses.

"We operate in a real sector of economy and our ore mining enterprises remain unmatched in the post-Soviet era," Levin said, according to Ural Business Consulting. "I am positive that our membership will be very beneficial to the union-- we are truly aware of the [copper mining] sector's peculiarities and pay great attention to corporate social responsibility projects. We are willing to share our experience to improve the overall business climate."

Urals-based Russian Copper was established in 2004 and is currently the third largest copper manufacturer in Russia. It employs nearly 8,000 people and services clients all over the world.