The new head Western-the Siberian railway has become a 45-year-old Alexander Gritsay.
Gritsay has already entered office in may, according to the website of the West Siberian railway.
Alexander Gritsay was born 16 may 1972 in Karasuk Novosibirsk region. He graduated from the Siberian state Academy of railway transport in the specialty “Organization of transportation and management on transport (railway)”. A career on the railway started with the assistant to the compiler of the trains Karasuk station of the Omsk branch ZSZHD. Were then in positions of duty station, the Deputy chief of the station. From 2005 to 2010 was the first Deputy head of the Omsk branch Western-the Siberian railway — branch of JSC “Russian Railways”. In 2010 he became head of the Novosibirsk branch ZSZHD. Before the new appointment, from 2016 to 2018, he held the position of first Deputy head of West Siberian Railways.
Alexander Gritsay replaced the previous head of West Siberian Railways , Anatoly Reger, who led ZSZHD since November 2012.