Vladimir Tuzov has joined Angara’s Advisory Board.
Vladimir Tuzov has joined Angara’s Advisory Board. Mr. Tuzov is one of Russia’s top strategy, supply chain and operations professional with 20 years of experience in heavy industries such as metals & mining, energy, pulp & paper, oil & gas, chemicals, automotive. Mr. Tuzov said: “I am glad to join the team of like-minded innovators at Angara, as the company is upgrading its business model from offering just the cleaning product to a full-scale cleanliness-as-a-service model. As the green agenda is gaining global traction, it is becoming clearer that cost-effective and energy-efficient measures are of paramount importance for success of the common cause. Angara hits just the sweet spot – its Cognitive Cleaning offering provides cost saving for refineries and generates energy savings potential on par with overall capacity of renewable energy sources worldwide. Basically, Angara is creating a free green power source from energy saved by its customers. I am excited to become an Advisor to the Company and to jointly think of the ways to maximize value to the world, to the clients and to the shareholders.” Since 2015 Vladimir has been Chief Strategy Officer of SUEK, Russia’s #1 energy coal producer. He has led core strategy and new products development, as well as data driven optimization of supply chain management. From 2013 until 2015, Vladimir worked at Russia’s largest pulp and paper company Ilim Group (50% owned by International Paper NYSE:IP) as Deputy CEO for Strategy and Product Management, and served on the Board of Directors of Ilim Gofra. Between 2007 and 2013, Vladimir worked for Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in the US and in Russia, serving leading industrial clients. Currently Vladimir serves the Boards of Russia’s leading pulp & paper producers, Segezha Group and Volga Paper as an Independent Director. Vladimir graduated from Bauman Moscow State Technical University, majoring in Biomedical Engineering. He holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Management from Ecole Centrale Paris, an MBA from Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania), and a Diploma in Corporate Direction from Institutef Directors, UK.