President of RCC
Born in 1967 in Sverdlovsk. Graduated from the Ural State Mining University with a degree in mining engineering, geological surveying and exploration of mineral deposits.
In 1997, Levin started his management career as the CEO of Tsvetmettechnologiya Production Group. Until 2002, he was responsible forimplementation of the company's investment projects, in particular forthe design and construction of the Novgorod Metallurgical Plant.
In 2002, beheaded up Uralgidromed in the town of Polevskoy, Sverdlovsk Region, where his main achievement was the introduction of a unique hydrometallurgical copper production technology.
In 2004, Levin became President of the Russian Copper Company. Over the next few years under his leadership, the company acquired the mines and processing plants of the Aktyubinsk Copper Company, an extensive programme of reconstruction and modernization work was carried out at the Karabashmed plant, and a copper ore mining and processing project — construction of the Mikheevskiy Processing Plant — was completed.
Today Vsevolod Levin oversees two large-scale projects of RCC for the extraction and processing of copper ore — the construction of the Tominskiy Processing Plant in the Chelyabinsk region and the development of the Malmyzh copper deposit in the Khabarovsk Territory.
In July 2017, Vsevolod Levin was awarded the title of “Honoured Mineworker” for his great contribution to the development of the industry and for hisdedicated work over many years. The award order was signed by Denis Manturov, the Minister of Trade and Industry of Russia.
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