Andrzej Wach

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Andrzej Wach

Andrzej Wach is President of Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A. (Polish State Railways). He replaced previous president, Macieja Męclewskiego, in September 2004.[1][2] He has worked for Polish railways since 1980, and previously held the position of Chairman in PKP Energetyka.[3]

He received an Electrotechnics degree from Politechnika Warszawska (Warsaw University of Technology) and a degree of Law and Administration from Uniwersytet Warszawski (Warsaw University).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kuźmicz, Maciej (2004-09-23). "PKP ma nowego prezesa". Gazeta.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2010-11-06. Prezesem PKP SA został Andrzej Wach. Zastąpił na tym stanowisku Macieja Męclewskiego, który w środę przestał kierować polskimi kolejami. 
  2. ^ "PKP gets off the hook for monopoly practices because it makes a loss". Warsaw Business Journal. 2004-09-24. Retrieved 2010-11-06. Meanwhile, Andrzej Wach was appointed the new president of PKP a day after the former president filed his resignation citing health reasons. Wach's first decision was to change the company's management board. 
  3. ^ a b "New Faces in New Places". Warsaw Business Journal. 2001-05-14. Retrieved 2010-11-06. Wach graduated from Warsaw Polytechnic's electronics department in 1980 and completed postgraduate studies at Warsaw University's law and administration department in 1988. In 1980 Wach started working for PKP, holding various technical and administrative positions until 1987, when he was promoted to head of PKP's energy distribution department in Warsaw. 
Preceded by
Maciej Męclewski
PKP President
since September 22, 2004
Succeeded by
Maria Wasiak
Preceded by
???
PKP Energetyka chairman
1987 - September 22, 2004
Succeeded by
Tadeusz Skobel
Preceded by
Maria Wasiak
Przewozy Regionalne Supervisory Board chairman
2004-2007
Succeeded by
None