New Gold Industry Director ­appointed at FLSmidth

Michael Woloschuk (Fig.) has been appointed to a new role within FLSmidth as Group Key Industry Director – Gold, to grow business activities and strengthen customer relationships in the gold industry. He has 20 years of experience in the mining industry including operations, engineering consulting, capital projects, and corporate development. Michael Woloschuk comes from Waterton Global Resource Management where he was a Partner and Head of Process Engineering for Canada’s largest precious metals-focused private equity fund. Prior to this, he worked at Barrick Gold’s group in Toronto. Michael Woloschuk will help FLSmidth’s Minerals division grow their activities in gold and develop deeper relationships with key gold miners globally.


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