PJSC Frunze Plant (Kharkiv) has shipped the first batch of products to a British woodworking company.
“A company from Wales, engaged in woodworking and promotion of environmental boilers, has been shipped 175 sieves,” the press service said.
According to the report, the products of the Ukrainian enterprise will be used by the British firm to dry wood.
“The first delivery to the British market is the result of our active participation in major international exhibitions due to which we are now actively expanding the geography of sales,” Oleksandr Vasylenko, the chairman of Frunze plant, said.
Frunze Plant was founded in 1885. It produces sieves for agricultural machinery, gratings, grids and fencing systems for construction industry, elements of urban environment (trash cans, benches), warehouse racks and protective systems of engine crankcases for cars.
The assortment includes more than 1,750 types of perforated metal sheets and punched sieves.
The company has an extensive network of representative offices and branches in Ukraine and Russia, as well as in Kazakhstan and the Middle East (the UAE). (Interfax-Ukraine/Business World Magazine)