elcomUkraine 2018 featuring 253 exhibitors from 13 countries
Energy and electrical engineering business in Ukraine on a clear upward trend
The opening session of elcomUkraine 2018 on April 17 was marked by highly upbeat speeches on the energy and electrical engineering business in Ukraine.
Deputy Minister for European Integration with the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine, Ms Nataliya Boyko, showed herself very satisfied with the high number of newly found Ukrainian businesses in the field of smart energy and electrical engineering with some 80 of these enterprises already participating at elcomUkraine 2018.
And international leaders like ABB, Phoenix Contact, Schneider Electric and Siemens reported about double-digit growth for 2017 and the first quarter of 2018.
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German electrical engineering exports to Ukraine increase by 24% in 2017
This upward trend was also confirmed by Sohéil Moghtader, Europa-Referent Fachverband Licht – ZVEI German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association reporting about a remarkable 24% increase in German electro-technology exports to Ukraine in 2017, rising from 408 million Euro in 2016 to 506 million Euro in 2017. And an 11% increase to 544 million Euro in electrical engineering exports from Ukraine to Germany.
The official opening was held with the participation of:
- Ms Nataliya Boyko, Deputy Minister for European Integration – Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine
- Mr Maciej Zielinski, Director General - Siemens Ukraine
- Mr Mikhail Bubnov, CEO - Schneider Electric Ukraine
- Mr Andrew Maximets, CEO - Phoenix Contact Ukraine
- Mr Yuriy Karsim, Deputy Director General - ABB Ukraine
- Mr Sohéil Moghtader, Europa-Referent Fachverband Licht – ZVEI German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association
- Mr Valerii Pekar & Mr Vladimir Shmukler, Presidents - Euroindex
- Mr Martin März, Founder & Managing Partner - fairtrade
Mr Martin März, Founder & Managing Partner of fairtrade (left) and
Mr Valerii Pekar, President of Euroindex
After three years of decline from 2013 to 2015 Ukrainian electro-technology imports heavily increased by 19.2% to 3.715 billion euro in 2016, compared to 3.115 billion euro in 2015 (ZVEI). And this trend is supposed to continue in the years to come.
Ukrainian electro-technology imports mainly consist of automation technology, power engineering technology, batteries, installation equipment, cables and wires and lighting technology. China, Hungary and Germany are the most important supplier countries.
Ukraine is not only an important buyer of electro-technology. With electro-technology exports at a value of 1.941 billion Euro (+5.9%) in 2016, Ukraine is also an important producer and seller.
Read what our exhibitors said:
Mr Sohéil Moghtader
Europa-Referent Fachverband Licht – ZVEI German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association
Welcome to the official German presentation of the German electrical and electronics industry at elcomUkraine 2018, the biggest electrical engineering trade fair in Ukraine. This trade show is a widely-known brand name as a power engineering and electrical engineering trade show, which is also well-known in Germany.
Although challenged by the economic situation, Ukraine still remains a very important and interesting market for German companies. We would like to invite you to the German Pavilion and to find out more about latest technologies and tailor-made solutions.
elcomUkraine 2018 featuring 253 exhibitors from 13 countries
Global technology leaders such as ABB, AEG Power Solutions, Benning, Best Power, Chint, Ensto, Hyundai, Omicron, Phoenix Contact, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Tyco Electronics, Wago and Weidmüller participate
Ukraine’s leading trade show elcomUkraine was held on 17 to 20 April 2018 the KyivExpoPlaza, and 253 exhibitors from 13 countries participated.
Among them many global technology leaders such as ABB, AEG Power Solutions, Benning, Best Power, Chint, Ensto, Hyundai, Omicron, Phoenix Contact, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Tyco Electronics, Wago and Weidmüller.
The 22nd International Trade Show on Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Efficiency and Automation was once again organized by fairtrade and their Ukrainian partners Euroindex.
A real international event, the exhibitors came from Austria, Belarus, China, Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Korea, Poland, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine and USA. They presented solutions in the fields of modern, efficient and sustainable infrastructure in power transmission and distribution, building and industrial automation, electro-technology and lighting technology.
Official German Pavilion
German electrical engineering exports to Ukraine increase by 23.6% in 2017
Germany again left a heavy footprint at elcomUkraine 2018. The German Pavilion was presented by the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and supported by ZVEI - the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association. In addition to the German Pavilion, many German exhibitors participated on their own corporate stands outside of the pavilion.
elcomUkraine 2018: Excellent platform for decision-makers from all sectors of the Central and Eastern European industry
elcomUkraine 2018 once again delivered as an excellent platform for decision-makers from all sectors of the Central and Eastern European industry, public institutions and the services industry to get in contact with cutting-edge solutions first, and to meet new suppliers.
A major event bringing the two sides of supply and demand together for business. An integral part of elcomUkraine has also been its action-packed program of professional conferences, presentations and seminars. The target of elcomUkraine has always been to support the Ukrainian industry and Ukrainian SMEs to improve their production facilities and to challenge the Ukrainian government on its way to modernize public infrastructure and introduce energy efficiency in all walks of life.
It goes without saying that the energy and industrial sector is one of the largest segments of the Ukrainian industry. The sector generates hundreds of thousands of jobs in the country and employs a considerable amount of the Ukrainian workforce.