Japan's Fujikura officially presents investment project in Lviv region
Fujikura, the Japanese manufacturer of electrical and telecommunications systems, intends to officially present the details of a new investment project in Lviv region, the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has said.
According to the report, the presentation of the project will be held on September 16 during a meeting of Economic Development and Trade Minister Aivaras Abromavicius with Fujikura Managing Executive Director Ichiro Kamada.
Fujikura company was founded in Japan in 1885, and gradually grew to an international corporation engaged in innovative technologies.
The company representative offices work in the United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Britain, Vietnam, and India. It employs more than 50,000 people worldwide.
As reported, Fujikura intended to invest $75 million in building a plant in Lviv for 3,000 jobs within the industrial park Riasne-2.
In March this year, Fujikura during a meeting with Lviv region governor Oleh Syniutka announced readiness for the implementation of the investment project, but said it is planned to announce its details at the official presentation.