AeroSvit Airlines private stock company, operating as AeroSvit — Ukrainian Airlines / АероСвіт, was a Ukrainian private airline. Its head office was on the grounds of the Boryspil International Airport in Boryspil.
Antonov State Company, formerly the Aeronautical Scientific-Technical Complex named Antonov, and earlier the Antonov Design Bureau, is a Soviet, and later a Ukrainian aircraft manufacturing and services company. Antonov's particular expertise is in the fields of very large aeroplanes and aeroplanes using unprepared runways. Antonov has built a total of approximately 22,000 aircraft, and thousands of its planes are currently operating in the former Soviet Union and in developing countries.
Kryvorizhstal is Ukraine's largest integrated steel company located in the Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih.
Astarta Holding is a Ukrainian agricultural and industrial holding company. The company has been listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2006. Its main producing assets are located in Poltava, Vinnytsia and Khmelnytskyi oblasts.
ATR is a Ukrainian TV Channel whose target audience is Crimean Tatars. It was broadcasting in Crimea, Ukraine from 1 September 2006 until 1 April 2015 when it was forced to shut down by occupying Russian authorities after failing to register under Russian law. In mid-June 2015 the channel resumed its broadcasting in mainland Ukraine and has since then been located in Kiev. When located in Crimea most of the channel's programs were in Russian (60%) with 35% in Crimean Tatar and 5% in Ukrainian. The channel uses Tamga as its brand logo.
Disney Channel (Ukraine)
Disney Channel (Ukraine) was a TV channel broadcast in Ukraine. It was the Ukrainian variant of the global Disney Channel franchise. On January 1, 2013, Disney Channel ceased its operations in Ukraine, with Disney Channel content being moved to a branded slot on the PLUSPLUS TV channel.
EpiCentre K is a national chain of stores in Ukraine that specializes in home improvement and gardening. The company is one of the first in the nation to introduce a chain of home improvement stores and has attained a great deal of success in expending throughout Ukraine in short period of time.
Espreso TV is an Internet television station in Ukraine that started to operate in November 2013. Espreso TV enabled the Euromaidan protests to be broadcast worldwide.
Public Join-Stock Company
Public Join-Stock Company First Investment Bank, commonly known as PJSC First Investment Bank is the Ukrainian bank that offers a full range of banking services to private and corporate customers. The bank was registered on 20 June 1997 with its headquarters at 6 Moskovskiy Avenue, Kiev. There are over 30 branches in 11 regions of Ukraine.
Hromadske.TV is an Internet television station in Ukraine that started to operate on 22 November 2013. The project was announced in June 2013 by 15 journalists. It is registered as an NGO.
ICTV is a privately held TV channel in Ukraine. Its coverage area allows it to be received by 56.6% of the Ukrainian population, making the channel the fourth in the nation in terms of coverage, and third by the viewers' ratings.
KDD Group - is Ukrainian real estate development company famous for its Sky Towers mixed-use development in Kiev. Once completed the building will become the highest structure in the country.
Kharkiv Tractor Plant
Kharkiv Tractor Plant is a tractor plant in Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.
Kriukiv Railway Car Manufacturing Plant
Kriukiv Railway Car Manufacturing Plant is a large industrial company in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, manufacturing locomotives and multiple unit trains.
Kyivmiskbud is a major construction holding company of Ukraine and the biggest construction company in Kyiv. It is also considered a community company that subordinates to the city government, which controls 80% of the company's stock. The holding company does not have full ownership of its held companies, many of which also co-owned with the fund union "Ukrayina".
Kyivstar is a Ukrainian telecommunications company, provides communication services and data transmission based on a broad range of fixed and mobile technologies, including 3G and 4G (LTE). "Kyivstar" mobile network covers all cities and towns of Ukraine, as well as more than 28 thousand rural settlements, all main national and regional highways, majority of sea and river coasts. As of the year 2018, Kyivstar is the largest mobile operator, as well as one of the largest internet providers of broadband access in Ukraine.
lifecell ) is the third largest Ukrainian mobile telephone network operator, covering 98.82% of Ukrainian inhabited territory.
LuAZ is an Ukrainian automobile manufacturer in the city Lutsk built in the Soviet Union. Since 2009 it is known as Bogdan Motors Assembly Plant #1.
M1 is a Ukrainian music television channel. The channel shows lifestyle and music related programs.
The Malyshev Factory
The Malyshev Factory, formerly the Kharkiv Locomotive Factory (KhPZ), is a state-owned manufacturer of heavy equipment in Kharkiv, Ukraine. It was named after the Soviet politician Vyacheslav Malyshev. The factory is part of the State Concern UkrOboronProm.
The Motor Sich
The Motor Sich Public Joint Stock Company in Zaporizhia is one of the largest engine manufacturers for airplanes and helicopters worldwide. It is also the only enterprise in Ukraine manufacturing engines for airplanes and helicopters as well as industrial gas turbine installations.
Naftogaz of Ukraine
Naftogaz of Ukraine is the national oil and gas company of Ukraine. It is a state-owned company subordinated to the Government of Ukraine. The company is involved with extraction, transportation, and refinement of natural gas and crude oil.
Nemiroff was established in the year of 1992 as one of the first enterprises in Ukraine with foreign investments in the production of vodka. Today it is a manufacturer of high alcohol and one of the leaders of the world alcohol market, known in 80 countries around the world. The company is in the top 3 suppliers of vodka in duty free shops in the world.
Obolon Joint Stock Company
Obolon Joint Stock Company is a major Ukrainian producer of beverages: beer, low alcohol drinks (cocktails), soda drinks and locally extracted natural mineral water, as well as a major malt producer. Based in Kiev, Obolon JSC has sites across Ukraine and employs several thousand people.
PLUSPLUS is a Ukrainian children's TV channel, part of the 1+1 Media Group. The technical penetration of the channel across the country is 61.5%. According to the group, PLUSPLUS is a family channel oriented towards shared viewing by parents and children, when the whole family gathers in front of TV.
Ptasie mleczko is a soft chocolate-covered candy filled with soft meringue or milk soufflé. It is called ptichye moloko in Russian, lapte de pasăre in Romanian, ptashyne moloko in Ukrainian, and linnupiim in Estonian. All these names literally mean "bird's milk" or crop milk, a substance somewhat resembling milk, produced by certain birds to feed their young. However, this is not the origin of the name; rather, "bird's milk" is an idiom of ancient Greek origin meaning "an unobtainable delicacy".
Parliamentary TV-channel «RADA»
Parliamentary TV-channel «RADA» is an official television channel of the Ukrainian parliament.
Roshen Confectionery Corporation
Roshen Confectionery Corporation is a Ukrainian confectionery manufacturing group, controlled by Petro Poroshenko. The leading manufacturer of confectionery products in the country, it operates facilities in the Ukrainian cities of Kiev, Vinnytsia and Kremenchuk, as well as in Budapest, Hungary and Klaipėda, Lithuania. The name of the company was derived from the last name of its owner, Poroshenko.
Soyuz-Viktan was an international alcohol producing company based in Kiev, Ukraine. It also had other offices in Moscow and New York. Its major factories were located in Simferopol and two in the Moscow Oblast: Ruza and Lytkarino. The company was been in business for over 13 years. It claimed thto be the third largest company of the world in its field. Its production exportsed into over 30 countries.
UkreximbankThe public joint-stock company State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine or Ukreximbank is one of three 100% state-owned systemically important banks in Ukraine.
The State Savings Bank of Ukraine
The State Savings Bank of UkraineThe State Savings Bank of Ukraine, or Oschadbank, is a public joint-stock company based in Ukraine. It was established by Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on May 21, 1999, through the transformation of its predecessor, the State Specialized Commercial Savings Bank of Ukraine into a Joint-Stock Company.
Svitoch is a Lviv-based Ukrainian confectionery manufacturer. It is owned by Nestlé since 1998. The company produces chocolate, chocolate candy, lollipops and many other types of candy.
TET is a Ukrainian-language national entertainment TV channel broadcasting in Ukraine. It is part of the large 1+1 Media Group, and broadcasts to more than 100 cities in Ukraine, with a technical penetration of 92.4%. The target audience of the channel is 8-40 years old.
TVi was a Ukrainian TV channel that did broadcast from 2008 till March 2015; it was widely seen as Ukraine's only independent TV channel. It was known for its critical coverage of the Ukrainian government, particularly of President Viktor Yanukovych.
National Public Broadcasting Company
National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine is the national public broadcaster in Ukraine. As such it was registered on 19 January 2017. In its revamped form the company provides content for its three television and radio channels.
Ukraine International Airlines PJSC
Ukraine International Airlines PJSC, often shortended to UIA, is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Ukraine, with its head office in Kiev with its main hub at Boryspil International Airport outside Kiev. It operates domestic and international passenger flights and cargo services to Europe, the Middle East, the United States, Canada, and Asia.
Ukrainian Armor is a Ukrainian manufacturer of personal protection equipment.
The Ukrainian Exchange
The Ukrainian Exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in Ukraine. The exchange is located in Kiev and is the main trading venue for equities and derivatives in the country.
Ukrainian Railways is a state-owned enterprise of rail transport in Ukraine, a monopoly that controls vast majority of the railroad transportation in the country. It possesses a combined total track length of over 23,000 km, making it the 14th largest in the world. Ukrainian Railways is also the world's 6th largest rail passenger transporter and world's 7th largest freight transporter.
The state-owned public joint stock company UkrGasVydobuvannya is the largest Ukrainian gas producer. It is a vertically integrated company with a complete production cycle: from exploration of gas and gas condensate reserves, field development, transportation, gas processing and condensate and oil refining to sales.
The National News Agency of Ukraine or Ukrinform is a state information and news agency of Ukraine. It was founded in 1918 during the Ukrainian War of Independence as the Bureau of Ukrainian Press (BUP). The first director of the agency was Dmytro Dontsov.
Ukroboronprom (UOP) is an association of multi-product enterprises in various sectors of the defense industry of Ukraine.
Ukrtelecom JSC is Ukraine's monopolist telephone company, also active in Internet service providing and mobile markets. The company was governed by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications of Ukraine with 92.9% shares belong to government until Austrian investment firm EPIC bought a 92.79 percent stake in Ukraine's main fixed-line operator Ukrtelecom UTLM.PFT from the Ukrainian government for $1.3 billion. This stake was resold to System Capital Management of Ukrainian oligarch Rinat Akhmetov.
Velyka Kyshenia is a retail group based in Kiev, Ukraine which owns several supermarkets and hypermarkets in Ukraine and Moldova.
XА́DO — is a multinational company with headquarters in Germany, the Netherlands and Ukraine, that manufactures revitalizants, lubricants, oils, greases and aftermarket oil additives.
The Production Association Yuzhny Machine-Building Plant named after A.M. Makarov, PA Pivdenmash or PA Yuzhmash is a Ukrainian state-owned aerospace manufacturer. It produces spacecraft, launch vehicles (rockets), liquid-propellant rockets, landing gears, castings, forgings, tractors, tools, and industrial products. The company is headquartered in Dnipro, and reports to the State Space Agency of Ukraine. It works with international aerospace partners in 23 countries.
ZAZ Zaporozhets was a series of rear-wheel-drive superminis designed and built from 1958 at the ZAZ factory in Soviet Ukraine. Different models of the Zaporozhets, all of which had an air-cooled engine in the rear, were produced until 1994. Since the late 1980s, the final series, 968M, was replaced by the cardinally different ZAZ-1102 Tavria hatchback, which featured a front-wheel drive and a more powerful water-cooled engine.
Made in Ukraine Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Ukraine” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC