Despite pandemic: The 25th elcomUkraine on 06 - 09 October 2020
at the KyivExpoPlaza
German Pavilion even in challenging times
Ukraine’s electrical imports up 20% annually between 2015 and 2018 to 5.409 billion euro in 2018
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)
Once again a German Pavilion will be presented at elcom Ukraine featuring German exhibitors displaying their solutions and products.
The German Pavilion is presented by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry AUMA and supported by ZVEI Central Association for the electrical industry in Germany.
The International Electric Power Forum
The 25th International Trade Show on automation, cables & wires, electronic components, energy & electrical engineering, lighting and traffic & vehicle engineering is scheduled for 06 to 09 October 2020 at the new KyivExpoPlaza in Kiev.
China’s energy and electrical engineering exports to Ukraine increased by 33% annually between 2015 and 2018 to 1.785 billion euro in 2018.
Also the figures of German electrical exports to Ukraine mark a clear upward trend. They increased from 386 million euro in 2015 and to 605 million euro in 2018. Up 16% annually between 2015 and 2018. That is why Germany will again leave a heavy footprint at elcomUkraine 2020. The German Pavilion is 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.
Turkey and Ukraine have had strong ties with each other for a long time. The special relations between the two countries extend just as much to tourism as to the exchange of goods. The presence of Turkish companies at elcomUkraine is particularly strong. This is not surprising, as Turkey‘s electrical exports to Ukraine amounted to 60.1 million euros in 2017. And they have been showing a continuous upward trend year after year since 2015.
Review elcomUkraine 2019: Excellent platform for decision-makers from all sectors of the Central and Eastern European industry
Featuring 208 exhibitors from 20 countries elcomUkraine 2019 once again delivered as an excellent platform for 7,071 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.