Dmitry Pronin also oversaw taxi transportation and procurement of vehicles for city needs, federal services and executive authorities.
His appointment as director of the Moskvich plant was announced through the Telegram channel of the Moscow Ministry of Transport:
“Dmitry Pronin became the director of the Moscow automobile factory Moskvich. Before that, Dmitry Pronin held senior positions in the Moscow transport complex for 10 years and has experience in the automotive industry.”
Before joining the Moscow Ministry of Transport in 2012, Dmitry Pronin worked for Avilon Automobile Group
Recall that the owner of the Moscow plant Renault decided to close the company, but the mayor of the capital, Sergei Sobyanin, is transferring the factory to the city’s balance sheet and plans to produce Moskvich-branded cars on it, which should roll off the assembly line this year.
“The decision to accept the factory on the city’s balance sheet will allow: to maintain a unique team in Moscow – 3.8 thousand specialists work at the plant, provide jobs to about 40 thousand auto parts manufacturers across Russia, to maintain the potential for the production of cars, to create a unique opportunity to modernize taxis and carsharing, to create an alternative to buying cars for personal use,” it said. department of the capital in a statement.
Source: Z R