The good news is: Despite the pandemic the 25th edition of elcomUkraine is taking place on 6 to 9 October 2020!
The most important platform for business contacts for Ukraine’s energy, electrical engineering and automation sector can thus contribute to suppliers and customers doing business and exchanging information.
Please get familiar with this year’s exhibitors.
And with the hall plan.
After three years of decline from 2013 to 2015 Ukraine’s electrical imports heavily increased by 20 annually between 2015 and 2018 to 5.409 billion euro in 2018 (ZVEI).
No wonder that traditional elcom exhibitors such as ABB, Phoenix Contact, Schneider Electric and Siemens report double-digit growth for 2019 and had expectedthe same for 2020.
Ukraine’s electro-technology imports mainly consist of automation technology, power and electrical engineering technology, batteries, installation equipment, cables and wires, electronic components and lighting technology. China, Hungary and Germany are the most important supplier countries.
Ukraine, however, is not only an important buyer but also a very important producer and seller of electrical technology. Ukraine’s electrical exports to the world over increased by 5.5% annually between 2015 and 2018, reaching 2.150 billion euro in 2018. (ZVEI)