Danfoss announces business to restart in Ukraine

By Catrin Jones03 May 2022

Danfoss has announced that business activities are being restarted in Ukraine, after calling a halt following Russia’s invasion of the country in January.

The restarted business activities will be focused on restoring critical infrastructure in damaged cities and towns.

Danfoss will restart business in Ukraine (Photo: Danfoss website)

Adam Jedrzejczak, president of Danfoss East Europe Region, said, “It is key for us to continue supporting our customers in Ukraine. It is not only the right thing to do, but our products are also key components for the critical infrastructure which needs to be rebuilt.”

According to The Kyiv School of Economics, the cost of direct damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure has already reached almost €60 billion.

Danfoss said the solutions provided are critical as they have a positive impact on the rebuilding of district energy infrastructure and commercial and residential buildings, as well as water and wastewater treatment utilities.

General manager in Danfoss Ukraine, Andriy Berestyan, said, “Our team in Ukraine is eager to come back to their work. They want to play their part in rebuilding their home country. They are extremely motivated, and Danfoss’ products are important to help rebuild our country’s infrastructure.”

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