Krupchak Vladimir Yaroslavovich was born on January 29, 1958 in the village Bykovo, Vilegodskiy District, Arkhangelsk Region.
He received the main higher education in the Arkhangelsk State Medical Institute, which he graduated in 1980. In 1994 he graduated from the Business-School at the University in Portland (USA), and he received the diploma of the All-Russian Correspondence Financial and Economic Institute in 1998. He received a degree in Ph.D. in Economics on June 13, 2000 and the degree of Doctor of Economics on December 23, 2004.
Married. He has 7 children.
1990—2000 — a CEO of ICE Titan, LLC (Arkhangelsk).
1997—2000 — a CEO of Arkhbum OJSC.
Among the key accomplishments of Vladimir Krupchak: complete reorganization of Arkhangelsk PPM within the conditions of corporate conflict, performance of complex upgrade of APPM and development of long-term investment program, retrieval and development of sales development concept of APPM (geographic expansion of foreign trade activity up to 60 countries of the world, «Best Russian Exporter» as a result of annual all-Russian contests winning, arranged by Ministry of Industry and Trade of RF, APPM has received this award since 1998 till 2011), creation of long-term hedging strategy.
Today APPM is one of the European leaders for containerboard and pulp production.
Vladimir Krupchak created a unique business model — since 2000 APPM became a center of vertically-integrated structure (VIS). Now Pulp Mill Holding, an Austrian holding, includes five large enterprises.: Arkhangelsk PPM JSC, Arkhbum JSC focused on the production of corrugated packing with five processing centers in Istra-1, Istra-2, Podolsk and Ulyanovsk, Arkhbum LLC logistics company and Arkhbum Tissue Group LLC, which is the one of the largest Russian producers of sanitary and tissue products under its own Soffione brand. Within the organized VIS, for many years GC Titan is the wood raw material supplier to the leading enterprise of the holding — Arkhangelsk PPM JSC.
One of the few in Russia, the holding is actively developing not only by increasing the output of high-quality products, but most importantly by increasing the share of its high-level processing within the group of companies and even diversifying the product line of the industry.
Currently, the holding is implementing two investment-intensive projects in Russia: ARKHBUM LINER project — a new plant for the production of recycled board for the production of corrugated packaging and ARKHBUM UPAK project — a new plant for the production of paper bags.
Vladimir Krupchak was the one who developed and implemented the policy of corporate social responsibility at APPM and Titan Holding. Including the long-term program focused on reduction of the negative influence on environment, creation of positive conditions for effective business activities and labor as well as a wide program of charity and philanthropy.
Among Vladimir Krupchak’s merits: performance of complex upgrade of Sawmill 25 CJSC and timber industry enterprises in Arkhangelsk region with creation of complete infrastructure on the footprints areas. Also the creation of diverse holding with four key business directions: logging (11 timber industry enterprises), logistic (Belomorskaya boom company), wood processing (three lots of Sawmill 25 CJSC), property (Titan-Development) and services (Dvina hotel, Malye Karely tourist center).
2011 — June, 2018 — Investment Advisor of Pulp Mill Holding.
Since 2020 — Investment Director at Pulp Mill Holding.
June, 2018 — till present — a member of the Board of Directors of Arkhangelsk PPM JSC and Sawmill 25 CJSC, Chairman of the Board of Directors CG Titan. As a member of the Boards of Directors, Vladimir Krupchak oversees the strategic development and investment policy issues.
Arkhangelsk Pulp and Paper Mill JSC and GC Titan are the largest taxpayers in the region — companies jointly pay about 5 bln rubles to the various levels budgets every year.
The volume of capital investments to the basic funds of APPM amounted to more than 70 bln rubles since 1998 until 2020. The total investment will be about 150 bln rubles until 2025.
The Titan Holding has invested about 30 bln rubles to the upgrade of timber industrial enterprises and Sawmill 25 CJSC since 2003 until 2018. The holding’s plans include the creation of new jobs and the implementation of upgrade programs through the opening of new enterprises in the region.
About 10 thousand people work at all enterprises of two companies.
Annually APPM and GC Titan invest more than 500 mln rubles in various social programs and charity at the territories of operation.