Dutch Projects in Ukraine
Projects and programms in Ukraine supported by the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherladns
URBAN GREENING IN UKRAINE - The new initiative in the field of city landscaping
For the initial stage the initiative will include the market study, which will be implemented to assist Dutch businesses in establishing close cooperation with local authorities and private enterprises in Ukraine. Later a fact-finding mission and creation of consortium of Dutch companies for joint work in Ukraine is planned. We see prospects for implementation of landscaping projects in public places in cooperation with the local authorities and local communities. This offers new opportunities for Dutch businesses.
Dutch Ukrainian Dairy Centre (DUDC)
DUDC was a three years project of the Dutch Government aimed at helping Ukrainian dairy industry to increase the quality and quantity of milk produced as well as finalize institutional reform. DUDC focused on two major milestones: Practical training and Institutional Development in Ukrainian Dairy Industry.
It has been launched on April 1, 2016 and completed May 1, 2019. The project had Central Coordination Unit in Kyiv, Dutch Consortia of 4 main executional organizations, nearly 20 Dutch partner companies and 3 Clusters in Ukraine with local partners – in Lviv, Sumy, and Bila Tserkva/Uman.
Main goal – Ukraine, as a successful dairy exporter. The project contributed to this by improving quality of practices in the chain and promoting transparent & efficient diseases monitoring, individual milk control, cooperation between players of the industry, etc.
Website of DUDC: https://dudc.info/en
Read also: New Contact person in Ukraine
Partners for International Business (PIB) FoodTechLink Ukraine
Partners for International Business (PIB) FoodTechLink Ukraine http://foodtechlink.com has been formalized on 25 March 2015 by signing a covenant between the Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency and a consortium of Dutch companies. The cooperation gave the Dutch equipment suppliers the opportunity to compete for large projects in the Ukrainian food processing industry. This means the installation of complete processing & packaging lines, inclusive temperature controlled storage facilities and waste water treatment installations. These processing lines meet the regular standards of food safety in the EU, confirmed by HACCP, BRC, IFS and GLOBALG.A.P. certificates.
PIB FoodTechLink Ukraine focuses on the most promising food processing sectors in Ukraine:
• Fruit & Vegetables
• Industrial Bakery & Confectionery
Partners for International Business (PIB) Biobased Energy Ukraine
Partners for International Business Biobased Energy Ukraine – is a public-private partnership for the Dutch biobased energy sector. The objective of the partnership is to increase the business opportunities for Dutch companies in the Ukrainian biobased energy sector.
The participants of the partnership are leading companies regarding different aspects of the biobased production chain and renowned knowledge institutions and are supported by the Dutch Government. The partnership invests, designs, supplies and advises for biobased energy projects in Ukraine.