“We have always had an unspoken principle: the elevator must work no matter what, and I stick to it,” Oleksandr Antonenko, the Pereiaslavska branch manager

Oleksandr Antonenko joined NIBULON in 2010 as a young specialist with a degree in power engineering. He graduated from Novyi Buh College, where he received thorough practical training, and then from Mykolaiv Agrarian University.

After being interviewed for the job, Oleksandr received several job offers and chose Romodan branch for his future work. This is how his journey began at NIBULON. Quite literally. After working for about a year in Poltava region, Oleksandr returned to his native Mykolaiv region, where he joined the team of the newly built Novoodeska branch. Five years later, he was appointed deputy chief engineer of Voznesenska branch. He participated in the construction of Khortytsia branch in Zaporizhzhia region. Since 2018, he has been a chief engineer of Pereiaslavska branch, and since 2022, its director. At the beginning of 2024, after organizational changes in the Elevator Department, he was transferred to the position of manager of Pereiaslavska branch of Cherkaska elevator group.

“I have never been tied to a specific place. After graduation from the university, I probably spent a week at home. Of course, there are some worries before each change of workplace, but I think they are common to many of us. In general, I have always perceived a new move positively – as an opportunity for development and learning, new experiences and impressions.

Despite working in the same company throughout these years, each branch is unique, with different people, different experiences, temperaments, and approaches to work. Therefore, my own experience is diverse. Analyzing my career path now, I can say that such changes have helped me in my further work.

I believe that the most valuable experience I have gained was at Novoodeska and Voznesenska branches. I have very good memories associated with these branches, as they have strong teams of specialists from whom I learned a lot. I had the managers whom I wanted to emulate, learning how to approach tasks, organize work, communicate and set tasks,” Oleksandr shares his experience.

When talking about colleagues’ work, we try to describe in a few words what exactly they do and what their responsibilities entail, so that readers can better understand the specifics of unfamiliar professions. However, in the case of Oleksandr, it makes no sense to describe the entire range of tasks of the branch manager. He is responsible for everything: from landscaping and cleanliness on the territory to financial indicators and budget planning.

This is how Oleksandr himself talks about his work,

“The branch manager has a lot of responsibilities, and since the beginning of the war, I have even more, as many good specialists are serving in the Armed Forces.  
But we have always had an unspoken principle: the elevator must work no matter what, and I stick to it. It is our business how we achieve this goal. And this is where all the experience I have gained at NIBULON came in handy. Wherever I worked, the managers gave me the impetus to develop, involving me in various tasks. I believe that this has been beneficial both for my personal and professional development as a specialist and for the company.    
Of course, being a manager is more of an administrative position; you must ensure that everything works properly everywhere. But if there is a free moment, I try to pay attention to engineering work, improving equipment operation, and automation. That’s my professional passion.  
I gradually worked my way up to a managerial position; there wasn’t a sudden change in activity. As I mentioned before, I had role models to emulate. Additionally, my colleagues and directors from other branches supported me. I can turn to anyone for advice or assistance. I can call anyone at any time. There hasn’t been a single instance where someone ignored or refused to help. At NIBULON, support and mutual assistance are very important. And that is very valuable.” 

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Андрій Вадатурський став генеральним директором «НІБУЛОНу» після понад 15 років роботи в компанії — в липні 2022 року.

Він прийняв цю посаду після трагічної загибелі свого батька та засновника «НІБУЛОНу» Олексія Вадатурського разом із матір’ю Раїсою Вадатурською під час російського ракетного удару по їхньому дому в Миколаєві.

З 2014 до 2019 рік був народним депутатом України від одномандатного округу в Миколаївській області та членом Комітету з питань аграрної політики. У 2017 році створив і очолив велику міжпартійну групу, яка виступала за розвиток українських річок як транспортного засобу.  

Має ступінь магістра електротехніки Українського державного морського технічного університету та ступінь магістра економіки промисловості Лондонської школи економіки. У 2009 році за вагомий внесок у розвиток агропромислового комплексу України був нагороджений Президентом України, йому присвоєно звання «Заслужений працівник сільського господарства».

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