SGC Joins the All-Russian Campaign “Week without Turnstiles”

KSC Group enterprises joined “Week without Turnstiles” campaign, which was held from October 10 to 14 in all Russian regions. More than 500 students of higher, secondary and general education institutions visited production sites in Saransk, Kameshkovo, Lomonosov and Tver.

In Saransk, 75 students of regional secondary educational institutions visited Elektrovypryamitel premises during the "Week without Turnstiles". The participants saw production processes in the instrumental and specialized workshops of the plant where specialists cut metal, manufacture power buses, cooling systems, as well as electrical substations for electrotechnical equipment.

In Kameshkovo, the Vladimir region, 60 pupils of regional comprehensive schools visited the site of Research and Production Association Voyage. The employees of the enterprise showed the children stage-by-stage assembly of the EMU driver's cabin, production of metal structures, composite and fiberglass products and other interior and exterior components for the rolling stock.

In Lomonosov, St. Petersburg, specialists from PF KMT gave a tour for 50 students from higher educational establishments and acquainted them with processes of manufacture of windows and door systems, systems for passenger entry into the coach and other components for railway transport.

In Tver, more than 300 students took part in the campaign. They got acquainted with the production processes at KSC Metallkomplekt, Research and Production Association Voyage, Transcon, KSC Elcom and KSC Tver Foundry Plant where metal structures, climatic systems, soft furniture, composite products, electrotechnical products, castings and other components for transport are manufactured. In addition, the students visited KSC Data Processing Center where IT specialists explained the working principles of high-tech infrastructure equipment that ensures uninterrupted and coordinated operation of information systems within KSC Group. Immediately after the visit nine students from Tver State University and Tver Industrial and Economic College expressed their desire to have an internship at KSC Information Technologies.

The all-Russian campaign "Week without Turnstiles” has been held annually since 2015 in April and October. The event is organized by the Union of Machine Builders of Russia in cooperation with the Defense Enterprises Assistance League Association. The objective of the project is to provide insight for schoolchildren, students and parents, as well as teachers of educational institutions, into operation of business from the machine building and related industries.

Olga Bukreeva, Head of the HR Department of KSC LLC:
- Educational institutions took much interest in PF KMT enterprise and some universities and colleges were the first to ask us to receive their students. The students were really impressed - all of them pointed out state-of-the-art production and mentioned that the product was interesting. Many students said they wanted to have an internship at the company. We will try to provide such an opportunity to everyone interested. Our annual participation in the “Week without Turnstiles” helps us to facilitate interaction with educational institutions in the region - we conclude cooperation agreements, receive invitations to job fairs and give demonstration classes for graduate students. We currently have eight students undergoing internships and one computer-controlled machine operator was employed after the internship.

About KSC Group:
Key Systems and Components (KSC) Group of Companies was established in November 2017. It unites more than 30 Russian enterprises engaged in producing equipment and components for the transport engineering industry. KSC production facilities are located in eight regions of Russia and employ more than 7,500 people. Its annual sales exceed 70 billion rubles. KSC Group of Companies is a member of the Union of Machine Builders of Russia.
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