List of companies of Ukraine

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Location of Ukraine

Ukraine is a sovereign state in Eastern Europe,[1] Including Crimea, Ukraine has an area of 603,628 km2 (233,062 sq mi),[2] making it the largest country entirely within Europe and the 46th largest country in the world, and a population of about 44.5 million, making it the 32nd most populous country in the world.

Ukraine has long been a global breadbasket because of its extensive, fertile farmlands, and it remains one of the world's largest grain exporters.[3][4] The diversified economy of Ukraine includes a large heavy industry sector, particularly in aerospace and industrial equipment.

For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Ukraine".

Notable firms[edit]

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
33m2 Consumer services Home improvement retailers Kherson 1999 DIY stores
Aeros Industrials Aerospace Kiev 1992 Aircraft
Antonov Industrials Aerospace Kiev 1946 State-owned, aircraft
APEKS-BANK Financials Banks Kiev 2009 Bank
ASKA Insurance Company Financials Full line insurance Kiev[5] 1990 Private insurance
ATB-Market Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Dnipro 1993 Grocery
Azovstal Iron and Steel Works Basic materials Iron & steel Mariupol 1930 Steel/iron
Berdichev machine-building plant Industrials Industrial machinery Berdychiv 1880 Machinery
BG Capital Financials Banks Kiev 2000 Investment banking
Bogdan group Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Cherkasy 2005 Automotive, car, bus
Central Iron Ore Enrichment Works Basic materials Iron & steel Kryvyi Rih 1961 Iron ore, part of Metinvest
Chumak Consumer goods Food products Kakhovka 1996 Food processing
DTEK Oil&Gaz, Basic Materials, Utilities O/G producers, Mining, Electricity Kiev 2005 Energy holding company, division of SCM Holdings
EKTA Technology Computer hardware Kiev 1992 Display tech
EpiCentre K Consumer services Home improvement retailers Kiev 2003 Home improvement
ESTA Holding Financials Real estate holding & development Donetsk 2006 Real estate
Ferrexpo Basic Materials Iron & Steel Horishni Plavni 1960 Mining in Ukraine, trading from Switzerland
FOM-Ukraine Industrials Business support services Kiev 2006 Political and polling
Fozzy Group Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Kiev 1997 Retail food
Galnaftogaz Oil & gas Integrated oil & gas Lviv 2001 Gas chain
Headliners Shipping Industrials Marine transportation Odessa 2003 Shipping
Holography Ltd. Industrials Diversified industrials Kiev 2000 Holograms, printing
HYS Enterprise IT Software Development Odessa 2007 Software, Outsource
Industrial Union of Donbas Industrials Iron & steel Kramatorsk[a] 1995 Steel, steel pipes, coke
Ingulets Iron Ore Enrichment Works Basic materials Iron & steel Kryvyi Rih 1965 Iron, part of Metinvest
Interpipe Group Industrials Diversified industrials Dnipro 1990 Metal milling, pipes
InvestUkraine Industrials Business support services Kiev 2009 Investment and consulting advisory
KDD Group Financials Real estate holding & development Kiev 1994 Real estate, development
Kiev Roshen Factory Consumer goods Food products Kiev 1874 Confectionery
KrAZ Industrial Automobile Manufacturing Kremenchuk 1946 Heavy-Duty Trucks
Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works Industrials Railway Cars Kremenchuk 1869 Railway Cars, Metro Cars
Kryvorizhstal Basic materials Iron & steel Kryvyi Rih 1931 Steel, parent is ArcelorMittal (Luxembourg)
Kuznya na Rybalskomu Industrials Industrial transportation Kyiv 1928 Shipbuilding, defense
Kyivstar Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Kiev 1994 Mobile network
Metinvest Basic materials General mining Donetsk 2006 Mining holding company, division of SCM Holdings
MHP Consumer Goods Food Producers Kiev 1998 Mostly meat products (chicken, primarily)
Motor Sich Industrials Industrial machinery Zaporizhia 1907 Engines
Naftogaz Oil & gas Exploration & production Kiev 1991 State owned natural gas and crude oil
Nemiroff Consumer goods Distillers & vintners Nemyriv 1992 Vodka, alcoholic beverages
Nibulon Agriculture Production and export Mykolaiv 1991 Grains wheat, barley, corn
Novokramatorsky Mashinostroitelny Zavod Industrials Industrial machinery Kramatorsk 1934 Heavy equipment
Obolon Consumer goods Soft drinks Kiev 1980 Beverages, soda, water
Oschadbank Financials Banks Kiev 1999 Banking
Ostchem Holding Chemicals commodity chemicals 2004 Fertilizers, liquid nitrogen, sodium carbonate, part of Group DF (see Dmytro Firtash)
PrivatBank Financials Banks Dnipro 1992 Banking
Roshen Consumer goods Food products Kiev 1996 Confectionery
SCM Holdings Financials Investment services Donetsk 2000 Investments
TelemediaUkraine Consumer services Broadline retailers Kiev 2005 Home shopping network
Ukraine International Airlines Consumer services Airlines Kiev 1992 Airline
Ukrainian Automobile Corporation Consumer goods Automobiles & Parts Kiev 1969 Assumed control of ZAZ and AvtoZAZ in 2002
Ukrainian Railways Consumer services, Industrials Travel, Railroads Kiev 1991 Rail track maintenance, transit services
Ukrnafta Oil & gas Exploration & production Kiev 2004 Refining
Ukrspetsexport Industrials Defense Kiev 1996 Arms trading, part of Ukroboronprom
Ukrtatnafta Oil & gas Exploration & production Kremenchuk 1995 Refiners
Ukrtelecom Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Kiev 1991 Telephone, ISP
WOG Oil & Gas, Consumer services Oil Equipment & Services, Food retailers Lutsk 2000 Food and gas retail
Yuzhmash Industrials Aerospace Dnipro 1944 State-owned spacecraft and aerospace
Zaporizhstal Basic materials Iron & steel Zaporizhia[7] 1931 Steel
ZAZ Consumer goods Automobiles & parts Zaporizhia 1923 Subsidiary of Ukrainian Automobile Corporation

See also[edit]


  1. ^ temporarily, due to the Russian aggression, originally in Donetsk[6]


  1. ^ "The World Factbook – Ukraine". Central Intelligence Agency. 7 January 2014. Retrieved 23 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Ukraine - United Nations Statistics Division". United Nations. 2016. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  3. ^ "Ukraine becomes world's third biggest grain exporter in 2011 – minister" (Press release). Black Sea Grain. 20 January 2012. Archived from the original on 31 December 2013. Retrieved 31 December 2013.
  4. ^ "World Trade Report 2013". World Trade Organisation. 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
  5. ^ ASKA Ukrainian Insurance Closed Joint Stock Company: Private Company Information - Businessweek
  6. ^
  7. ^ JSC Zaporizhstal: Private Company Information - Businessweek

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