In this directory, you will find Ukrainian companies that are actual manufacturers in light industries
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94th B. Khmelnitsky Street,
"Modern Style ™" provides a full range of services for planning, design, manufacture, delivery and assembly, namely, offering furniture, stained glass, forged products, imitation leather, wood on demand and other finished products.
17-A, Dniprovska Naberezhna,
«BAYKAL-trade» » is a Ukrainian company which successfully operates in the market of materials for furniture industry since 1999.
40th Yakira Street,
Firm «MED» has been based in 1994. The company has begun the activity with sale of musical audiocassettes, and then has expanded a spectrum of production at the expense of realisation of a high-quality video production.
1st Glushkov Ave.,
Ukrainian-Slovak-Swiss Joint Venture Trade House “Welding” was founded in December 1991.
Within years the main aim of the company was developing and implementation of welding technologies for producing different metal constructions.
6th Kursky Ave,
Concern "Ukrrosmetall" founded in 1994 represents today a large versatile company which unites a number of enterprises located in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus
36/10, Volkova quarter,
Ukraine-Germany enterprise with foreign investment company "YUGAMET" (specialized steel company (license AB 270681 of 10.11.2005, issued by the Ministry of Industrial Policy of Ukraine) was founded in 1996.
1st Radgospna Street,
The company L.L.K was founded in 2001 and now is one of the leaders on the Ukrainian market of disposable tableware and other Household goods.
4th Komissara Krylova Street,
Technokredo Furniture Corporation is glad to present you all the necessary products and services for cabinet furniture production.
The open joint stock company “Stachanov ferroalloy plant” specialized on melting high – siliceous marks of ferrosilicon FS 65 and FS 75, silicon manganese MnC 17, monthly producing also FS 45.
310th Elektrometalurhiv Street,
City Dnipropetrovsk,, Nikopol
"Nikopol Plant of Ferroalloys" has the most considerable capacities for the silicon manganese production in the world (16 electric-arc furnaces with a capacity range of 23-75 MVA) and is one of the major suppliers of the above-mentioned pro