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  • 1. INVESTMENT PASSPORT of Poltava oblast ukrproject.gov.ua investukraine.com
  • 2. STATE AGENCY FOR INVESTMENT AND NATIONAL PROJECTS OF UKRAINE POLTAVA REGIONAL STATE ADMINISTRATION POLTAVA REGIONAL CENTER FOR INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT 2013
  • 3. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES OF THE REGION • Poltava region occupies a highly favourable econom ic and geographical position in th e centre o f U kraine on th e crossroad o f im portant in tern ation al transport tracks. • T h e industrial growth rates o f th e region are h ig h er th an th e typical indices o f oth er U krainian regions. • Significant scientific and tech nical potential can easily secure the developm ent o f th e main econom ic and social sectors o f th e region. • Highly developed is also th e agro-industrial com plex th at is being characterized by th e high level o f cereal and industrial crops production, as well as o f livestock farming. • Positive m acroeconom ic rates and perm anent growth o f demand m ake Poltava region a practically ideal place fo r entering th e U krainian m arket. • Poltava region has significant scien tific and tech nical potential th at can easily secure the developm ent o f th e m ain econom ic and social sectors o f th e region. • Favourable business clim ate created by th e developed netw ork o f inform ation and consulting centres w ith m odern tech nical equipm ent togeth er with th e small business being supported by th e governm ent authorities. • T h ere are 64 vocational colleges and h igh er education institu tions in Poltava region, that provide professional education in m ore th an 20 0 specialities thus graduating highly professional personnel fo r th e enterprises o f th e region. • Developed netw ork o f m edical and cu ltu ral institutions, sport and recreation cen tres provide an opportunity fo r harm onious personality developm ent o f each citizen o f Poltava region. 4
  • 4. CONTENTS SECTION 1. DESCRIPTION OF THE REGION 1.1. Geography and clim ate.................................................................................................................................. 8 1.2. D em ography...................................................................................................................................................... 9 1.3. H um an resou rces............................................................................................................................................. 9 1.4. Education...........................................................................................................................................................10 1.5. Property............................................................................................................................................................. 11 1.6. Econom ic p oten tial........................................................................................................................................11 1.7. Success stories.................................................................................................................................................15 1.8. Transp ort and com m unications.............................................................................................................. 16 1.9. Socio-cultural sph ere................................................................................................................................... 18 1.10. Rating............................................................................................................................................................... 20 SECTION 2. INVESTMENT OFFERS 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. Priority spheres fo r investm ent............................................................................................................... 22 N ational projects in th e region ............................................................................................................... 22 Strategic regional p ro jects......................................................................................................................... 22 Industrial property and land plots......................................................................................................... 23 SECTION 3. CONTACTS ........................................................................................................................................... 26 5
  • 5. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SOURCES WERE USED WHILE DRAFTING THE INVESTMENT PASSPORT • • • • • • Ukraine’s Regions Competitiveness Report 2012 (http://www.feg.org.ua) State Statistics Committee o f Ukraine (http://www.ukrstatgov.ua) Main Administration of Statistics in Poltava Region (http://www.poltavastat.gov.ua/) Poltava Regional State Administration (http://www.adm-pl.gov.ua) Poltava City Council (http://www.rada-poltava.gov.ua) Ecology and Natural Resources Department o f Poltava Regional State Administration (http://www.eco-poltava.gov.ua) • Data Portal «Geography of Poltava Region» (http://www.geo.pnpu.edu.ua) • Regional expert-consulting centre «Poltava Consulting» • Ukraines Investment Atlas 2013, State Investment Project InvestUkraine 6 DEPARTMENT FOR INVESTMENT POLICY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 6. POLTAVA OBLAST Investment passport of the region Section 1. DESCRIPTION OF THE REGION
  • 7. 1.1. Geography and climate MAP OF THE REGION Urenhoi-Pom ary-Uzhhorod ^ÊÊlUTÊà ,ru ! Lokhvytsia 0 ^ ® ° Chornukhy Kyiv, Lviv, EU Hrebinka / ** Lubny * * ' » ^ ° ^ Myrhorod E ° ij- i « ® ir—irv-l # Khorol A m /_ ' shaky Shy Orzhytsia LJ Velyka ■ > —1 Dykanka d i o Q Luhansk, Russia, Kazakhstan û Reshetylivka* jO •o O Karlivka o o • Mashivka °© Hlobyno © Kozelshchyna Ukrtatnafta (K remenchuk Refinery) Legend © © -□ — >> A m & □ Motorway Railway Railway junctions Airport Gas pipeline Oil pipeline Mineral resources © o o o — Sites of historical and cultural value, monuments Resorts Land plots suitable for industrial parks establishment Hydropower station Refinery e © Q • o 28.8 thousand km2 ALTITUDE ABOVE SEA LEVEL 47.6% of the territory — below 100 m 38% of the territory — 100-150 m 14.4% of the territory — 150-200 m PRECIPITATION From 480 up to 580 mm per year. The most rainy months are July and June. Moderately continental climate. 8 Bischofite Brown coal o © o © AREA OF THE REGION - Crude oil Peat Gas Mineral waters Gas conensate Iron ores Sand Clay Brick-tile raw materials Gypsum Granite Salts Dolerite AVERAGE TEMPERATURE January: - 3.7 C°, July: + 2 1 .4 C° SUNNY DAYS PER YEAR - 105 WATER RESOURCES OF THE REGION Poltava region is situated in the basin of the Dnipro river. There are approximately 150 rivers and 70 water-storage basins in the region. On its southern and south-east borders the region is washed by the waters o f Kremenchuk and Dniprodzerzhynsk water-storage basins.
  • 8. DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN RIVERS W ITH IN THE REGION Dnipro’s basin stretch, km water intake area, km2 Psel 350.0 11018 Khorol 241.0 3870 Vorskla 226.0 5970 Sula 213.0 19600 Oril 79.6 748 Kolomak 73.1 1650 Hovtva 36.0 1680 • 1.2. Demography THE LARGEST CITIES AGE STRUCTURE Major cities | thou.pers. Poltava 296.9 Kremenchuk 225.9 Komsomolsk (City Council) 54.3 Lubny 47.6 Myrhorod 41.1 GENDER 4 Male — 45.9% POPULATION — 1467.8 thousand people (as of 01.01.2013) # Female — 54.1% • 1.3. Human resources WORKABLE POPULATION (% ) EMPLOYABLE POPULATION thousand people Younger than em ployable 14% 1006.6 REGISTERED UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 2.8% (to the employable population) Em ployable 69% AVERAGE WAGE o f 01.01.2013) Elder than em ployable 17% UAH 2850.0 (for 2012 as DIVISION OF EMPLOYEES BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES employees total — 240.5 thousand people industry agriculture, forestry, fishing industry wholesale and retail; auto and moto repair transport, warehousing, mail and messenger' service construction administrative and subsidiary services professional, scientific and technical work real estate operations health care, social assistance information and telecommunication temporary placement and catering other services art, sport, recreation, leisure financial and insurance activities education 44.7% 23.3% 10.4% 6.0% ] 5.4% 3.3% 1.9% 1.8% 0.9% 0.8% 0.7% 0.3% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% 0 20 30 40 50 9
  • 9. 1.4. Education There w ere 7 30 comprehensive schools with 128.4 thousand pupils in 2 0 1 2 /2 0 1 3 school year. Vocational technical schools am ounted to 4 2 units with 12.4 thousand students. Training o f personnel with higher education by professional orientation is carried out in 21 higher education institutions (HEI), among which 14 HEI have I-II accreditation levels, 7 HEI have III-IV accreditation levels. HEI are divided into types in the follow ing way: • 5 technical secondary schools • 5 specialized schools • 3 colleges • 2 academ ies • 5 universities • 1 institute 57.2 thousand peop le have g ot an education in HEI o f all the levels o f accreditation. LEADING HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS Faculties Training domains Students 6 16 15000 - Poltava State Agrarian Academy (PSAA) 7 9 14000 - Poltava National Technical Yurii Kondratiuk University 8 39 10000 7 30 8000 4 8 1500 5 6 3700 1 6 500 1 1 800 5 7 370 8 7 2000 7 17 10000 6 9 4000 o f III-IV levels o f accreditation - Higher education institution o f Ukoospilka «Poltava University of Economics and Trade» (PNTYKU) - Poltava V. H. Korolenko National Pedagogical University (PNPU) - Poltava Institute o f Economics and Law HEI «University «Ukraine» - State higher education institution of Ukraine «Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy» - Private higher education institution «Poltava Institute of Economics and Management «Svitoch» - Poltava Law Institute o f the National University «Yaroslav the Wise Law Academy of Ukraine» - Private enterprise «Academy of Liberal Arts Education Development» Kremenchuk - Branch «Kremenchuk Institute o f the Private Higher Education Institution «Alfred Nobel University Dnipropetrovsk» (KI ANUD) - Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi Kremenchuk National University (K N U ) - Private Higher education Institution «Kremenchuk University of Economics, Information Technologies and Management» (KUEITM) GRADUATES in 2012 Educational institutions thou. people HEI I-II levels of accreditation III-IV levels o f accreditation Technical schools 2.6 12.8 7.4 Comprehensive II degree III degree 10 14.6 10.8 LEADING COLLEGES AND SPECIALISED SCHOOLS - Agrarian college of management and law of Poltava State Agrarian Academy - Agrarian-economic college of Poltava State Agrarian Academy - College o f Poltava Institute of Economics and Management «Svitoch» - Municipal Higher Education Institution of Poltava Region Council «M. V. Lysenko Poltava Musical School» - Municipal Higher Education Institution of the I level of accreditation «Poltava Basic Medical College»
  • 10. - Poltava Construction Vocational School of Transport Construction - Poltava Commercial Technical Secondary School - Poltava Cooperative Vocational School of Poltava Region Consumers Association - Separate structural subdivision Poltava Oil Geological Prospecting Vocational School of Poltava Yurii Kondratiuk National Technical University - Poltava Politechnic College of National Technical University «Kharkiv Politechnic Institute» - Poltava Professional Lyceum of Service Industries - Poltava Vocational School of Food Techno­ logies o f National University of Food Technologies • 1.5. Property HOUSING 25.1 m2 per one resident of the region AVERAGE RENT UAH 90 per m2 HOUSING STOCK Total housing stock — 36810.6 thousand m2 Rental charge of office facilities depending on a facility category: • Category«A» — UAH 120-150 per m2 • Category«B» — UAH 110-130 per m2 • Category«C» — UAH 80-100 per m2 • Category«D» — UAH 60-80 per m2 • Category «E» and «F» — UAH 50-60 per m2 AVERAGE HOUSING COST (houses) in the city of Poltava equals (considering the cost of a land plot) 600 — 1,200 $/m2 AVERAGE HOUSING COST (apartm ents) primary market — 500-1500 $/m2 secondary market — 600-800 $/m2 AVERAGE RENT 1-roomed flats UAH 2-roomed flats UAH 3-roomed flats UAH HOUSING 1000-1600 per month 1200-1800 per month 1500-3000 per month OFFICE SPACE - AVERAGE RENT - PRODUCTION FACILITIES — UAH 15-40 per m2 AVERAGE RENT - STORAGE SPACE, WAREHOUSES — UAH 10-40 per m2 1.6. Economic potential PRIORITY SECTORS OF ECONOMY IN THE REGION Over 300 manufacturing plants are being located in Poltava region. Industrial production sector o f the region is dominated by such industries, as mining, coke and oil products industry, food, drinks and tobacco industry, mechanical engineering — there part in the total output of sold products being 88 %. EXPORT/IMPORT, COUNTRIES, BALANCE In 2012 the region carried on foreign trade with more than 115 countries o f the world. The total output of exported goods and services o f the region was $3,445.0 mln, o f imported goods — $2,133.9 mln. In comparison with the year 2011 export rate has risen for 1.6% , import rate — for 38.7% . Foreign trade surplus constitutes $1,311.1 mln. M ajor partners in export o f goods Russian Federation M ajor partners in im port o f goods 30.2% China Kazakhstan Austria Belarus 11
  • 11. The following services dominate in the structure o f exported services by economic activities: - transport and communication services — 56.4% - real estate services — 14.4% - educational services — 11.0% - services in processing industry 6.7% The biggest market share o f the import was constituted by the services connected with financial activities (3 1 .3 % ), state administration (2 5 .2 % ), real estate operations (2 2 .2 % ), transport and communication services (7 .7 % ). M ajor partners in export o f services M ajor partners in im port o f services Virgin Islands Russian Federation 25.4% 39.4% Great Britain Switzerland Switzerland Russian Federation Great Britain Denmark Germany Poland 0 10 15 20 25 30 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Foreign business of services was carried out with the partners from 117 countries o f the world. Goods exported means of surface transport, aircrafts, boats mineral products other goods foods o f plant origin inputs, equipment and machinery; electrical machinery 6.1% Goods imported mineral products other goods means of surface transport, aircrafts, boats inputs, equipment and machinery; electrical machinery ferrous metal and metal works prepared foods 4.3% 48.6% 14.4% PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED IN THE REGION M anufacturing o f p articu lar industrial products Unit weigh o f the region in the economy of Ukraine, % Gas condensate 49.4 Natural gas 36.7 Cocoa-free confectionery including white chocolate 25.2 Fat cheese 21.0 Granular white sugar 18.9 Sausage goods 13.1 Fresh-killed or refrigerated pork 12.5 Dairy butter 12.1 Crude oil 11.5 Cultured milk foods Fresh-killed and refrigerated beef and veal 7.6 Knitted underwear 6.8 Sunflower unrefined oil 12 7.7 5.7
  • 12. Ceramic non-fire-rated construction brick 4.9 Knitted outerwear 4.8 Chocolate and other final foods containing cacao, in blocks, plates 4.8 and bars Liquid processed milk 4.5 Bakery products 3.3 Fresh non fermented cheese and cultures cheese 3.2 Building blocks from cement, concrete or granolith 3.1 MAJOR COMPANIES LOCATED IN THE REGION Name Poltavaoblenerho, PJSC Transnational financial-industrial oil company Ukrtatnafta, PJSC Location Poltava I Type o f activity production, supply and distribution of energy Kremenchuk production of oil-refining products Poltavanaftohaz, OGPD Ukrnafta, PJSC Poltava raw oil and natural gas production Branch of Poltavahazvydobuvannia, GPD Ukrhazvydobuvannia, PJSC Poltava raw oil and natural gas production Poltava Ore-Dressing and Compressing Enterprise, OJSC Komsomolsk iron ore production Kremenchuk Carbon Black Plant, OJSC Kremenchuk production of chemical substances and chemical products AutoKrAZ, PJSC Kremenchuk production of autos, trailers and semitrailers Kremenchuk Auto Assembly Plant, Ltd Kremenchuk production of autos, trailers and semitrailers Poltava production of train locomotives and rolling stocks Kremenchuk Auto Plant, PJSC Kremenchuk manufacturing of machinery and equipment for mining and construction industries Kremenchuk Wheel Production Plant, PJSC Kremenchuk production of assemblies, parts and equipment for transport facilities Kriukiv Rail Carriage Production Plant, PJSC Kremenchuk production of train locomotives and rolling stocks Motor Sich Lubny Machine-Tool Plant, PJSC Lubny production of metal-working machines and benches Poltava Turbo-mechanical Plant, PJSC Poltava production of common application machines and equipment Poltava Adamantine Instrument, PJSC Poltava production of abrasive agents Poltava Auto-Aggregate Plant, PJSC Poltava production of assemblies, parts and equipment for transport facilities Poltavkhimmash, PJSC 13
  • 13. Electromotor, PJSC Poltava production of machines and equipment for agriculture and forestry Karlivka Machine-Building Plant, PJSC Karlivka production of machines and equipment for agriculture and forestry Kozelshchyna district, N. Haleshchyna production of machines and equipment for agriculture and forestry Haleshchyna Machine-Building Plant of Agriculture and Forestry Machines, PJSC Ltava Plant, PJSC Poltava production of wiring devices Poltava Machine-Building Plant, PJSC Poltava production of common application machines and equipment Poltava Medical Glass Plant, PJSC Poltava production of glass and glassware Poltava Firm Vorskla, PJSC Poltava garment production Kremenchuk Manufacturing-Retail Firm Kremteks, PJSC Kremenchuk garment production Kremenchuk Leather Plant, LLC Kremenchuk leather manufacturing Hadiachsyr, LLC Hadiach production of dairy products Hlobyno Meat Processing Factory, LLC Hlobyno production of meat and meat products Kremenchuk production of meat and meat products Kremenchukmiaso, PJSC Khorol Milk-Canning Factory of Baby Food, PJSC Khorol production of baby food and dietary products Lubny Milk Factory, LLC Lubny production of dairy products Poltava Oil-Extracting Plant Kernel Group, PJSC Poltava production of oil and animal fats Poltava Alcoholic Beverage Plant, PJSC Poltava distillation, purification and blending of alcoholic drinks Kremenchuk Alcoholic Beverage Plant, PJSC Kremenchuk distillation, purification and blending of alcoholic drinks Poltava production of cocoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery Kremenchuk production of cocoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery Poltavacondyter, PJSC Kremenchuk Confectionary Roshen, PJSC Poltavpyvo Firm, PJSC JT International Ukraine, PJSC Myrhorod Mineral Water Plant, PJSC Pyriatyn Cheese Producing Plant, PJSC 14 Poltava Kremenchuk Myrhorod Pyriatyn production of beer production of tobacco goods production of soft drinks, mineral water and other bottled waters production of dairy products
  • 14. MAJOR FOREIGN INVESTORS In 2012 foreign investors contributed 244.4 mln USD into the economy of the region in the form o f direct investments (stock capital). Volume o f the investments contributed from the beginning o f contributing period of the direct foreign investments (stock capital) for December, 31 2012 was 942.8 mln USD. Investments were granted from 46 countries of the world. The main investing countries, who contribute 97% of the total volume of direct investments, are: Russian Federation — 46.8 mln USD Panama — 14.8 mln USD Britain V irgin Islands — 12.4 mln USD A zerbaijan — 9.8 mln USD Switzerland — 521.7 mln USD Cyprus — 143.1 mln USD N etherlands — 108.2 mln USD G reat Britain — 62.7 mln USD Switzerland Cyprus 15.2% Netherlands 11.5% Great Britain 6.7% Russian Federation 5.0% Panama 1.6% Britain Virgin Islands 1.3% Azerbaijan J 1.0% 1 1 0 10 20 55. 1 1 1 1 30 40 50 60 INCOME OF FOREIGN INVESTMENTS (stock capital) DURING THE LAST 3 YEARS 2010 - 96.7 mln USD 2011 - 178.6 mln USD 2012 - 244.4 mln USD • 1.7. Success stories P ro ject’s specifics P ro ject’s in itiato r Condensed propane-butane producing plant in Sokolova Balka village of Novi Sanzhary district. The volume of investments into the new project is approximately 10 mln USD. Estimated capacity of the new enterprise will allow the company to produce 36 thousand tons of condensed propanebutane mix a year. Poltava Gas-Oil Company, JE (JKX Oil & Gas plc, Great Britain) Construction and putting into opera­ tion a swine complex for 2.5 thousand BEZRK-Belgrankorm sows with full cycle in Bilyky village Agricultural Holding o f Kobeliaky district. Realisation of (Russian Federation) investment project allowed to create approximately 100 new working places and provide additional money flow to the budgets o f different levels. Capacity of the enterprise is approximately 7 thousand tons of pork a year. General cost of the project is 150 mln UAH. Putting into operation of logistic seed complex in Stasi village of Dykanka district. Stasi Seeds, LLC (DuPont Pioneer, USA) Inform ation on in itiato r Poltava Gas-Oil Company, JE is the biggest and the most successful British investment in Ukraine. It occupied the 24-th place in the Rating «100 Best Net Income Volume Companies of 2006». BEZRK-Belgrankorm Agro-industrial holding is one of the biggest diversified, vertically integrated structures of agri­ cultural sector of Russian Federation. Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc — American company, subdivision of DuPont, specialising in selection of new breeds of maize, sunflower, soya, 15
  • 15. and some other crops. The company was founded in 1926 by Henry A. Wolles as a Hi-Bred Corn Company. It currently runs its business in more than seventy countries of the world. The leaders of the concern decided to build a waste recycling plant that handles 150-160 thousand tons of waste a year in Kremen-chuk city. In June 2009 German Development Bank KfW (Germany) gave 650 thousand Euro to support a pilot project of domestic waste ground sanitation in Kremenchuk city. At the beginning of 2010 100 thousand Euro were given for the plant pro­ jecting. At the moment six gas wells have been drilled and gas generator was placed on the ground. Haase Energietechnik AG Concern (Germany) Development of iron ore deposit in Yerystivka. Constant level of ore production is approx. 28 mln tons a year. Ferrexpo AG (Switzerland) LLC Yerystivka Ore-Dressing and Processing Enterprise ( Komsomolsk city) is the assets of Ferrexpo AG, which was founded in May 2008 with the purpose of Yerystivka deposit development. HAKA.UA Poltava Swine Complexes, LLC — a subsidiary company o f the German firm HAKA planen.bauen GmbH, started the implementation of investment project from the swine complex construction in Vatazhkove village of Poltava region. Project costs equals 10-12 mln Euro. HAKA planen.bauen GmbH Firm (Germany) For 50 years HAKA planen.bauen GmbH has been functioning as an innovative enterprise in the sphere o f agriculture, as well as ventilation and ecological engineering industries. Haase Energietechnik AG started its activity in 1980. Today this company is one o f the world leading engineering systems supplier in the sphere of waste disposal technologies and filtration systems. • 1.8. Transport and communications Transport com plex is one o f the m ost important parts o f production and social infrastructures o f Poltava region, that includes railway, automobile, aircraft and river transport. MAJOR MOTORWAYS Poltava region occupies a favourable transport-geographical place on the crossroad of international tracks. Its proximity to the borders of industrially developed regions of Ukraine such as Kyiv and Kharkiv regions makes the region attractive for the placement of production enterprises. The distance to the western borders of Ukraine (with Poland, Hungary), is 600 — 900 km, that allows to transport goods into Europe at a reasonable transport charge. The network of public roads of the region constitutes 8,875.5 km. They include: international roads — 377.2 km, state roads — 890.9 km, local roads — 7984.6 km. The territory of the region is being crossed by the following motorways: Kyiv — Kharkiv — Dovzhanskyi (M -02/E-40), Poltava — Oleksandriia (M -22/E-584). RAILWAY NETW ORK Railway transport is one of the main constituent parts of the transport system of the region. South railway stably holds its position of the leading enterprise of the region passenger and cargo transportation. • Rail interchanges: Poltava, Kremenchuk, Hrebinka, Romodan. 16
  • 16. AIRPORTS Poltava Regional Municipal Enterprise Airport-Poltava is located in the distance of 7 km off Poltava city. RIVER AND SEA PORTS Kremenchuk river port is situated on the river Dnipro in Kremenchuk city. It can dispatch and accept cargoes by means of river, automobile and railway transport. Seven docks are subordinated to the Kremenchuk port (4 on the Dnipro river and 3 on the Siverskyi Donets, the Sula and the Vorskla rivers), as well as other river ports in Kremenchuk, Svitlovodsk and Komsomolsk. The port’s resource base includes: fleet, cargo place, dock, dockyards. The port is open for «river-sea» ship types (up to 120 m long with the draught level up to 3.5 m ). It also provides a possibility to dispatch cargoes in five-ton containers and international 20-feet containers. Cargo handling is being done by dockside cranes of carrying capacity of 5-20 tons by means o f transhipment from one type of transport to another (including railway, automobile and river transport). To keep these cargoes the port has special open and closed warehouses. BUS TERMINALS Bus service in Poltava is carried out by the central bus terminal (local, regional and international tours) and two bus stations (suburban routes). In Kremenchuk there is a bus terminal that functions as a centre of interurban bus service. There are also international routes. BUS ROUTES DIAGRAM from Poltava Chernihiv • • Kyiv Chisinau • Sumy Poltava Kharkiv Cherkasy • Dnipropetrovsk „ .. . . Luhansk Zaporizhzhia • • Donetsk ► Volgograd TRANSPORT MAP Karlivka Mashivka Legend Motorway Railway O Railway junctions © Airport 17
  • 17. 1.9. Socio-cultural sphere MAJOR HEALTH CARE IN STITUTION S For the end o f 2012 88 hospitals worked in Poltava region with the total number of 12.9 thousand beds. The number of outpatient departments equalled to 337 units. Including: - State higher education institution of Ukraine «Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy» (Poltava, Shevchenko Str., 23) - Perinatal Centre of Sklifasovskyi Poltava Regional Clinical Hospital (Poltava, Zalizna Str., 17-a) - Regional Clinical Hospital of medical rehabilitation and diagnostics together with the regional centres o f family planning and human reproduction, medical genetics (Poltava, Shevchenko Str., 10) CULTURE, SPORT, TOURISM For the end of 2012 809 libraries worked in Poltava region, including 44 children libraries, 858 clubs, 6 centres of culture and recreation, 3 parks of culture and leisure (Poltava, Kremenchuk, Lubny). The following professional art institutions function in the region: Regional Ukrainian Gogol Opera-and-Drama Theatre, regional Puppet Theatre and Municipal enterprise o f art and culture «Poltava Regional Philharmonic Society», recreation palace «November» with auditorium for 1200 people, equipped with modern sound and light technologies, that can make a good competition not only for Ukrainian but also for European concert halls. M ajor leisu re and recreation spots Name I D escription Sports complex Dynamo (Chervonoarmiiska Str., 2-a) Spartak Sports club (Maidan Nezalezhnosti, 24-A) The longest swimming pool in the region — 50 m long, weight rooms, ping-pong, fitness club, a sports hall for children, saunas. Ltava Sports-technical complex (Komarov Str., 1) According to its characteristics the go-cart track o f Ltava complex is considered to be one o f the best in Ukraine and former CIS countries. The 1,050 m long and 9 m wide track meets the international standards. Stands are designed for 2,500 people audience. Bellow the stands there are special boxes for equipment keeping and its preparation for trainings and competitions, working rooms, shower cabinets and ambulance room. There is also a room for press-conferences, commentators booths, platforms for cameras. V itam in Fitness-club (Paryzkoi Komuny Str., 4 0 ) Aerobics, aqua aerobics, children club, sauna, swimming pool, relaxation capsule, group programs studios, ambulance room, cafe. Kyiv REC (Zinkivska Str., 6A) Total area o f 100 thousand m2: concert hall, children entertainment centre with royal-manage, merry-go-round, roller rink and children play room, laser shooting gallery, 4D-cinema, billiards club, bowling, rock-climbing wall, restaurants and cafes. C oncord REC (Frunze Str., 60-A) Total area o f 10 thousand m2: three-hall cinema Concord-cinema and multimedia shooting gallery of the new generation Ranger, numerous cafes etc. Equator REC (Kovpak Str., 26) 18 Is being used for holding competitions in game sports (volley­ ball, handball, football, basketball, tennis). International sport competitions can be held in the sports complex, the height of the sports hall is 12.5 m. There is also an equipped conference hall for 360 people, weight rooms, locker rooms, working cabinets, rooms for referees, coaches and an ambulance room. Total area o f 30 thousand m2: Turbine entertainment centre with 24 tracks bowling and billiards. The best city skittles alley, holding city and Ukrainian competitions, tournaments, championships in sport bowling; all-year-round skating ring, the best ice arena of Poltava and children entertainment centre Play-land, providing simulators and sports amusements, various development games attractions, cafes, restaurants.
  • 18. MUSEUMS Poltava region is a place with the ancient traditions and culture. The rich history of the region is carefully kept for the future generations. For the end of 2012 36 state museums saved more than 5 2 7 thousand artefacts of Ukrainian Museum Collection. The best in the region is Poltava Local History Museum, founded in 1891 under the rule ofPoltava province territorial council, its main exposition being a collection of soils and herbarium gathered by the expedition of a well-known soil scientist, professor V. V. Dokuchaev. Nowadays 4 0 museum halls and depositories contain more than 200 thousand exhibits. Annually, more than 140 thousand sightseers visit Poltava Local History Museum. Poltava Art Museum which depositories contain collections of local and foreign masters, is well-known far beyond Ukraine. In 2004 museum celebrated its 85-th anniversary. Nowadays State historic-cultural reserve «The Field o f Poltava Battle» became a significant cultural and scientific centre for the exploration of Ukrainian history of the XIV-XVII centuries in the context of European history. The reserve is a part of the International Organisation of national military parks IAMAM (under auspices of UNESCO) and is included into the world tourist route. Unique historical artefacts and valuable collections are kept in local history museums of Kremenchuk, Lubny, Myrhorod, Dykanka, Khorol, Karlivka, Komsomolsk. Zinkivtsi district is notable for the National Culture Preserve o f Ukrainian Pottery in Opishnia village — the only Ukrainian specialised ethno-art, research-and-development, cultural and educational institution, that plays the role of the main Ukrainian centre for exploration, preservation and popularisation of Ukrainian pottery heritage. There is also Poltava Museum o f Aviation and Astronautics, that holds creative heritage of the well-known specialists in the field of rocket production, aeronautics, aviation and astronautics, who were born or spent some years of their life in Poltava region. NATURAL RESERVES Natural-reserve fund (N RF) of Poltava region holds 387 territories and objects of total area of 142 thousand hectares, that constitute approx. 5% o f the total area of the region. 29 have national status: 2 national parks (Pyriatyn National Park, Nyzhniosulsk National Park), 20 wildlife preserves, 1 botanic memorial (Parasotsk H ole), Khorol Botanic Garden, Ustymivka Arboretum, 4 park memorials of land design (Berezovodsk, Khomutets, Poltava parks). SANATORIUMS For the end of 2012 1 recreational vacation house, 13 sanatoriums and 5 after work sanatoriums were functioning in Poltava region. The most well-known: • Spa, water and m ud cu re resort «M yrhorod» (Myrhorod), widely known in Ukraine and beyond its borders. Consists from sanatoriums «Poltava», «Birch Grove», «Myrhorod», «Khorol». • Sanatorium «Pine Forest» (Vlasivka village of Zinkivtsi district). Specialises in disease treatment of locomotor apparatus, respiratory system and kidneys. • Sanatorium «Novi Sanzhary» (Novi Sanzhary) well known for its medicinal water «Novosanzharska Dzherelna» close by its structure to «Yesentuki». NATIONAL SOROCHYNTSI FAIR Every year in the last week of August 16.2 hectare fair square in Velyki Sorochyntsi village of Myrhorod district in Poltava region sees the biggest Ukrainian fair — NATIONAL SOROCHYNTSI FAIR. This fair is really unique as it dates back to the XVIII century when it was colourfully portrayed by one of the world’s best writers Mykola Hohol in his story «Fair in Sorochyn» («Sorochynska Yarmarka») (from the story cycle «Evenings on isolated farmstead near Dykanka» 19
  • 19. («Vechory na khutori bilia Dykanky»)). In the conditions of today’s development of Ukraine, its market being full of goods and services, the role of this fair is in its being the centre of national culture. Preserving its old traditions, the fair manages to combine them with the new trends and styles, thus combining history and modern culture. HOTELS Gallery Hotel 4 * (Poltava, Frunze Str., 7) www.galerea-hotel.org.ua Palazzo Hotel 4 * (Poltava, Hohol Str., 33) www.palazzo.com.ua Alleia Grand Hotel 3* (Poltava, Zhovtneva Str., 57) www.alleya-grand.com.ua Kyiv Hotel 3 * (Poltava, Sinna Str., 2/49) - Tourist Hotel 2 * (Poltava, Myru Str., 12) www.tourist-poltava.com.ua Riviera Hotel (Poltava, Rybalskyi All., 16) www.riviera.poltava.ua Gold Hotel (Poltava, Pershotravnevyi Ave., 176) www.gold-hotel.com.ua Almaz Hotel 1* (Poltava, Kyivske Shose Str., 60) www.almaz.poltava.ua European Hotel 4 * (Kremenchuk, 50 Rokiv Zhovtnia Ave., 35) Ontario Hotel 4 * (Kremenchuk, Butyrin Str., 15) www.gotel.pl.ua www.hotel-ontario.com.ua Grace Hotel (Kremenchuk, Zhovtneva Str., 29) - 1.10. Rating RATING OF COMPETITIVENESS OF REGIONS City of Kyiv Kharkiv oblast Dnipropetrovsk oblast Donetsk oblast Kyiv oblast Odesa oblast Zaporizhzhia oblast City of Sevastopol Poltava oblast Lviv oblast Ukraine (average by regions) Volyn oblast Rivne oblast Sumy oblast Mykolaiv oblast Vinnytsia oblast Chernivtsi oblast Zakarpattia oblast Cherkasy oblast Autonomous Republic of Crimea Luhansk oblast Ivano-Frankivsk oblast Khmelnytskyi oblast Ternopil oblast Chernihiv oblast Zhytomyr oblast Kirovohrad oblast Kherson oblast 4,37 4,14 4,12 4,10 4,07 4,02 4,02 4.00 4.00 3,98 3,97 3,97 3,95 3,95 3,94 3,94 3,93 3,93 3,92 3,87 3,87 3,84 3,82 3,2 Source: «Effective M anagem ent» Fund, 2 0 1 2 . 20 9th place 3,4 3,6 3,8 4,0 4,2 4,4
  • 20. POLTAVA OBLAST Investment passport of the region Section 2. INVESTMENT OFFERS
  • 21. 2.1. Priority spheres for investment 1. Agro-industrial production 3. Manufacturing of electric products 2. Machine-building (including automobile 4. Production of construction materials construction) • 2.2. National projects in the region - «NEW LIFE» — opening of Region Perinatal Centre (2 0 1 2 ). - «OPEN WORLD» — providing comprehensive schools o f Poltava region with information-computer technology and multimedia equipment, access to Internet network (computer hardware was installed in two education institutions of the region). - «GREEN MARKETS» — creation of modern wholesale market of agricultural products in Poltava region. - «CLEAN CITY» — provision of the necessary documentation for the implementation o f the national project and construction of firm domestic wastes recycling complex. - «INDUSTRIAL PARKS» — worked out a concept of an industrial park creation. • 2.3. Strategic regional projects initiator cost term of implementa­ tion implementa­ tion stage Poltava state executive committee (SEC) 242 mln UAH (according to Annex 5 to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine resolution from august 8, 2912. # 695-p) 3 years prior developed technical expert evaluation (feasibility study) Up to 100 new created jobs. «Creation of Kremenindustrial park chuk SEC «Central» in Kremenchuk city as part of National project «Industrial Parks of Ukraine» realization approx. 4,012 mln UAH up to 50 years working out of the concept of industrial park, busi­ ness plan preparation Approximate number of new created jobs — 4,225. Bridge construc­ tion across the river Dnipro in Kremenchuk city 5,263.5 mln UAH 7 years feasibility study Increase of transport throughput capacity, removal of transit traffic flows beyond the borders o f the city, construction of logistic infrastructure, boosting international cooperation. Name of the project «Construction of waste recycling plant in Poltava city» as a part of National project «Clean City» realization 22 Kremenchuk SEC expected results
  • 22. 2.4. Industrial property and land plots Area Location B rief description INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 54 ha Hrebinka, Hrebinkivtsi district Territory of the former military base. Possible use: industrial construction. Near the land plot there is a local road with hard surface. Distance to the motorway Kyiv — Kharkiv (E -40) — 12 km. Availability o f engineering networks: electricity, gas and water on the land plot. 9 ha Rudenkivka, Novi Sanzhary district Territory of the former Novosanzhar Canning Plant, LLC. Possible use: canning production. Available infrastructure: water supply, drainage system, gas, electricity on the territory of the enterprise. Distance to the motorway Poltava — Kremenchuk — 12 km. 7.8 ha Kremenchuk Possible use: construction o f an enterprise of food, processing and mining industries, wholesale trade, construction, transportation and warehousing. Available infrastructure: water supply, drainage system, gas, electricity on the territory of the enterprise. Close to the motorway Poltava — Dnepropetrovsk. 5.8 ha Karlivka, Karlivka district Territory of Karlivka Dried Milk Plant, PJSC. 16 buildings are situated on the plot of the total area o f 15,734 m2. Possible use: to change the line of business. Distance to the place of water supply is 800 m, designed water supply from private wells. Gas and electricity are connected. Distance to the motorway — 2.5 km. Distance to the airport — 65 km. 3.9 ha Karlivka, Karlivka district Territory of the former Karlivka Furniture Factory, PJSC. Possible use: production of soft and cabinet furniture. Available infrastructure: water supply on the territory, centralized water supply system, sewerage and drainage systems. Gas is supplied to the factory boiler room. Furniture factory transformer substation has the capacity of 1,000 kW. Located on the motorway. Area Location B rief description LAND PLOTS 131.5 ha Zhovtneve, Hrebinkivtsi district Possible use: onstruction o f an industrial enterprise or logistic centre. Electricity is on the land plot. The territory is near the road. Distance to the motorway Kyiv — Kharkiv (E -40) — 4 km. 50.76 ha Industrial area «Zanasyp» of Chervonoznamiansk village administration, Kremenchuk district Possible use: industrial enterprises construction. Road Poltava — Oleksandriia (E -584) is on the border of the land plot. Distance to the railway road — 1 km. Available infrastructure: water supply, drainage system, gas and electricity supply are on the land plot. 33.4 ha Derevky, Kotelevsk district Possible use: recreation centre construction. Distance to the national motorway H -12 — 5 km. Electricity supply — 0-500 m, gas, water — 200 m. 23
  • 23. 30 ha Land plots o industrial use. Engineering networks: electricity supply is on the territory, centralised water supply. The territory is near the road. Distance to the motorway Kyiv — Kharkiv (E -40) — 12 km. 25.5 ha Hradyzk, Hlobyno district Possible use: industrial construction. Distance to water supply: 250 m, gas supply — 500 m. Distance to the motorway — 0.5 m. 21 ha Zinkiv, Zinkivtsi district Possible use: industrial construction. Available infrastructure: electricity, gas and water supply — 100 m. 19.4 ha Holoborodkivske, Karlivka district Possible use: cattle-breeding production. Available infrastruc­ ture: electricity — 200 m, gas — 500 m. The land plot is located 3 km off the motorway Poltava- Simferopol. Electricity — 200 m, gas — 500 m. 16.9 ha Davydivka, Pyriatyn district Possible use: cattle-breeding complex construction. Distance to the road — 0.25 km. Distance to the motorway Kyiv — Kharkiv (E -40) — 15 km. 16.1 ha Bodakva, Lokhvytsia district Possible use: cattle-breeding complexes construction. Distance to the road — 50 m. Electricity — 50 m. 15.9 ha Maiachka, Novi Sanzhary district Possible use: cattle-breeding complex construction. Available infrastructure: Electricity — 1 km, gas — 10 m, water supply -; there is an abandoned well on the territory. Motorway is near the land plot. 15 ha Zapsillia, Kremenchuk district Possible use: cattle-breeding farms construction. Available infrastructure: Electricity — 500-700 m, gas — 2,000 m. Distance to the motorway — 100 m. 10.2 ha Burty, Kremenchuk district Possible use: cattle-breeding farms and recycling enterprises construction. Electricity — 100 m, gas — 250 m, water — 200 m. Distance to the motorway — 50 m. 8.4 ha 24 Hrebinka, Hrebinkivtsi district Rymarivka, Hadiach district Land plot of industrial use. Hard surface motorway leads to the land plot. Distance to the motorway — 465 m, to the highway — 5.6 km. Distance to engineering networks: electricity — 100 m, gas — 100 m, water - 100 m.
  • 24. POLTAVA REGIONAL STATE ADMINISTRATION Zhovtneva Str., 45, Poltava, 36014 Tel.: + 3 8 (0 5 2 2 ) 56 90 56, fax: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 56 53 14 E-mail: oda@adm-pl.gov.ua Website: www.obladmin.poltava.ua POLTAVA REGIONAL COUNCIL Zhovtneva Str., 45, Poltava, 36014 Tel./fax: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 56 24 01 E-mail: info@oblrada.pl.ua Website: www.oblrada.rv.ua POLTAVA REGIONAL CENTER FOR INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Shkilnyi All., 4, r. 41, Poltava, 36003 Tel.: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 50 08 64 E-mail: poltava.rcid@ukrproject.gov.ua Website: www.investinpoltava.gov.ua POLTAVA CHAMBER OF TRADE AND COMMERCE Avtobazivska Str., 7, Poltava, 36008 Tel.: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 59 40 21, + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 50 50 87 E-mail: cci@tpp.pl.ua Website: www.tpp.pl.ua POLTAVA STATE COUNCIL RECREATION CENTRE Zhovtneva Str., 36, Poltava, 36000 Tel.: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 60 63 70, 27 53 05, 22 05 65, fax: + 3 8 (0 5 3 2 ) 60 63 70 E-mail: dozvolu@rada-poltava.gov.ua Website: www.dc.rada-poltava.gov.ua 26
  • 25. f " NATIONAL PROJECTS ukrproject.gov.ua J Invest Ukraine i investukraine.com Department for Investment Policy and Regional Development 11 Velyka Zhytomyrska str., Kyiv, 01601 tel. +38 (044) 270 63 05 www.investukraine.com/uk/regions e-mail: region@ukrproject.gov.ua