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Ukrainian company Zaporozhtransformator PJSC held a presentation of its technology in Croke Park, Dublin

24 September 2013, 00:00

On 24 September 2013 Zaporozhtransformator PJSC, Europe largest power transformer producer, presented its technology in Croke Park, Dublin.

The Ambassador of Ukraine to Ireland Sergii Reva welcomed the guests of the event highlighting great perspectives for Ukrainian energy equipment producers on Irish market.

The presentation, organized by the President of the Ireland-Ukraine Trade Association Patrick Carroll, gathered representatives from leading Irish energy companies.

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