Metaproject seeks to strengthen its various services in the fields of mining, petrochemicals, infrastructure and transportation, and has appointed Rodrigo Poblete, an industrial civil engineer with a master’s degree in financial management and business, with more than 32 years of experience and an outstanding career. in companies dedicated to copper mining, to direct services in the prominent engineering and innovation company.
Rodrigo Poblete is an outstanding professional with more than 32 years of experience, who has served as Corporate Supply Manager at the largest Chilean state copper company globally, Codelco, and at Mantos Copper, a company dedicated to copper mining that It began operations in Chile in September 2015.
Its main challenge is to support the operations of the services of the company’s supply and logistics areas, providing added value to new companies and guaranteeing and improving the level of compliance of suppliers in terms of delivery times, technical, commercial and general. All this is based on Metaproject’s experience in the mining and industrial sector.
Regarding the fundamental function for the success and profitability of the company, Rodrigo emphasized: “The most important thing is to manage the BPO activities that Metaproject offers, such as supporting Dominique Viera, Vice President of Operations, in the commercial and engineering. In particular, ensuring that BPO services, such as purchasing, tender preparation and ITO services, are provided in a timely manner, with quality and at a competitive cost, and that customers are satisfied.”
Regarding the organization and guarantee of resources necessary to operate efficiently and profitably, the new manager detailed: “Our medium-term aspirations include maintaining and increasing the portfolio of current services and clients, as well as incorporating new services and clients. In commercial terms, we seek to contribute to the challenge of the company’s internationalization, especially in Peru and outside Latin America, where we have begun to expand and must focus on our growth.”