Russian Copper Company Holds Guided Tour for Teens

10 November 2016 (16:56)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, November 10, 2016. Some twenty high school students went on a guided tour of Russian Copper Company’s Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant as part of their job counseling program, the company press service reports.

This is the second time Russian Copper Company has organized TechnoTour for its employees’ children. Kyshtym Copper Electrolysis Plant is the final link in the company’s production chain, a plant making copper wire rods, copper cathodes, and high karat gold and silver.

This year’s TechnoTour was targeted at high school students who will have to decide on their fields of study in the near future.

The tour was coordinated by the plant’s Director-General Andrei Kudryavtsev and Senior Engineer Alexander Sidorenko, who told their visitors about the plant’s primary production processes and the jobs needed in their industry. The teens also went to the company museum to look at the vast collection of exhibits dating back to as early as 1757, when the plant was founded in Kyshtym. They were so impressed by the museum that even the youngest tour participants wrote some words in the museum visitor book.

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