DCH Group owned by businessman Oleksandr Yaroslavsky is a strategic partner of Turkish company Makyol, which as part of the Black Sea Consortium won a tender for the construction of a road through the Barabashovo Market in Kharkiv worth UAH 96.2 million, the press service of DCH Group told Interfax-Ukraine.
“DCH is a local strategic partner of Makyol that provides consultations on a wide range of issues, including contacts in the business environment and project management,” it said.
In February 2020, Yaroslavsky, who is the president and owner of DCH Group, said that he was working with a strategic international partners.
“It is a well-known company. We are ready to open up a new for DCH sphere together with it,” he told reporters during a road construction forum titled “Sewing Ukraine Together.”
Makyol was set up in 1965. It is one of the largest construction companies in Turkey. The company’s core business is infrastructure development (roads, subway, airports, irrigation dams, tunnels, bridges), commercial and residential real estate, as well as investment in tourism.