Aleksey Kadilov elected as Director General of Baltiysky Zavod (photo)
The Board of Directors of Baltiysky Zavod JSC has elected Aleksey Kadilov as the Director General of the company for a period of five years, says press center of Baltiysky Zavod.
Aleksey Kadilov graduated from Leningrad Mechanical Institute with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Range Operation Facilities in 1976.
From 1976 till 1994 he had been working on Baltic Shipyard where he had risen through the ranks, starting as Ships Construction Coordinator and ending up as Chief Production Manager. He took part in building and delivering of the nuclear missile cruisers. In 1985, Mr. Kadilov was awarded with the order of the Badge of Honour by the Decree of Supreme Council of the USSR.
In the course of 10 years starting from 1994, he had run St. Petersburg offices of ZAO “Belukha” and “Rostekhimport”. Used to be the head of the Rybisnk shipyard; held the position of Vice President of “Volgotanker” managing company.
From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Kadilov had been the First Deputy General Director of the Almaz Marine Yard, where he was involved in building of a series of crew boats (project 21960) for the Navy, as well as special purpose motor boat “Hosta” and high-speed motor boat (project A-125).
Starting from December 2007, Alexey Kadilov had worked on Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard as a Chief Engineer at first, and then had been promoted to the First Deputy General Director. He had been involved in the process of shipyard retrofitting and technical upgrading. Due to the re-equipment, there has been a reduction of labour intensity required for building of ships from composite materials, which has increased the shipyard’s competitive ability in the market of minesweepers and high-speed patrol boats.
In November 2013, Alexey Kadilov was appointed to the post of General Director of Baltiysky Zavod Ltd. Since that time the shipyard has intensified it activities, expanded production and increased the backlog of orders. Moreover, the shipyard has entered the active phase of building the world’s first floating power unit, The Akademik Lomonosov FPU, and the construction of a series of new generation icebreakers, LK-60, is in full swing.
By the decree of the Russian Minister of Defense, Alexey Kadilov was awarded with the medal “For Strengthening of the Military Cooperation.
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