In 2019, Recycling Solutions sold over 2.2 million tonnes of domestic technology-related waste and 1.49 million m3 of by-products in twenty-two countries of the world, thus implementing the circular economy principles. Sales of technology-related waste increased by 22% compared to 2018. This made possible avoiding additional landfilling of 1.7 million m3 industrial waste (+70%  year-on-year).


Chief Executive Officer of UMG Investments Andriy Gorokhov has participated in the panel discussion “Ukraine and EU: The Growth Through Economic Partnership”, #UkraineHouseDavos 2020


VESCO Limited (Cyprus) filed an application to the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine for a permission to purchase shares of Chasovoyarsky Refractory Plant. 


Foreign investors are gradually returning to Ukraine and considering buying a business in the country.


Nadezhda Kaznacheyeva has been appointed director of business development for UMG Investments investment company.


Yesterday, August 10, 2018, around 2:00 pm, near the village of Kamenskoye, Zaporozhye region, a KamAZ truck collided with a shuttle bus heading to Zaporozhye from the village of Kirillovka.


Today, August 10, 2018, at about 14:00, near the village of Kamenskoye, Zaporozhye region, a KAMAZ truck collided with a shuttle bus heading to Zaporizhia from the village of Kirillovka.


In 2017, VESCO, the clay producing business belonging to the UMG Investments investment portfolio, sold 3.05 m tons of clay, which exceeds the similar indices in 2016 by 36%.


“Investors need a long-term development strategy for Ukraine. It is important to predict the market situation while working in Ukraine and to understand the business growth strategy. Investors want to know when to sell or buy a business. The groundwork available for the country’s development strategy does not provide an answer to these questions,” said Andrey Gorokhov, CEO of UMG INVESTMENTS company, at the fourth Kyiv International Economic Forum.


In 2016, Vesco, the clay production business of investment company UMG, sold 2.2 million tonnes of clay, an 11% decrease over 2015.