Plank Electrotechnic, part of UFuture Investment Group, will start producing electronic components this fall in Bila Tserkva Industrial Park.
Friday, June 29, 2018

Plank Electrotechnic, part of UFuture Investment Group, will start producing electronic components this fall in Bila Tserkva Industrial Park.

Plank Electrotechnic, part of UFuture Investment Group, will start producing electronic components this fall in Bila Tserkva Industrial Park. Producing for the EU and Ukraine, the plant will employ 50 people in the first stage, with employment expected to rise to 300 next year. “The company plans to build up to 20 plants in the next three to four years,” Vasyl Khmelnytsky, owner of UFuture, writes on Facebook. UFuture includes: UNIT.City and LvivTech.City innovative parks, UDP Renewables, large real estate investment in Kyiv and most recently the industrial park in Bila Tserkva, around 90 km south of Kyiv, on the road to Odesa.

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