Censor.NET reports citing Ukroboronprom state concern.
"Management of Ukroboronprom regularly checks its enterprises on fulfilling of manufacture plans and improvement of their effectiveness. The main task of the concern is the same - to supply Ukrainian servicemen with necessary military equipment in the best possible way. After another checkup it was decided to change the manager of that strategic enterprise. Chief engineer Oleksandr Sheiko was appointed acting director," the announcement reads.
"The biggest Kharkiv enterprise belonging to Ukroboronprom concern has to work still more efficient and satisfy the needs of Ukrainian army," the first deputy director general of Ukroboronprom Serhiy Pinkas said after visiting the plant.
"This year the National Guard of Ukraine received 10 tanks Т-64 and two "Bulats". The servicemen will receive three more items of this equipment in the nearest future. But the enterprise is able to work much more efficiently," he said noting that the plant was planning to produce 20 more tanks that year.
"Personnel changes have to accelerate implementation of the plant's task within the state defense order and strategic foreign contracts," Serhiy Pinkas added.