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Company Overview of KTK Visoko DD

Company Overview

KTK Visoko DD (KTKV) operates various factories, including shoe, leather garments, rubber boots, galantery, and fur factories in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It operates tannery for small skins/lambs and muttons, as well as for hide skins/beef and cow. The company’s products include wet-blue, crust, finished nappa, and lining nappa. Its fur factory produces finished fur, lining fur, and medicine-fur. KTKV also operates shoe factories producing fashion shoes and protective shoes. Through its galantery factory, it produces gloves, straps, waist-belt, and protective garments. Its rubber's boots factory offers daily worker's boots, fisherman’s boots, and women’s boots. The company was founded in 1945 and...

Prijeko 1

Visoko,  71300

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Founded in 1945

Phone:

387 32 738 799

Fax:

387 32 731 141

Key Executives for KTK Visoko DD

Commercial Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

KTK Visoko DD Key Developments

KTK Visoko Seeks Buyer

KTK Visoko DD is seeking a buyer to take over the remaining KTK plants.

Government Approves Privatization Plan For 14 Companies

Government of Federal Bosnia and Herzegovina has approved the privatization and financial plan of the Privatization Agency (APF) for 2015. In accordance with the plan a total of 14 companies will be privatized. The companies to be privatized are ENERGOINVEST, d.d. SARAJEVO, Energopetrol d.d., Bosnalijek d.d., Aluminij d.d. Mostar, Fabrika Duhana Sarajevo d.d., Agrokomerc d.d., KTK Visoko DD, Sipad Export Import, Vitezit, Zeljezara "Zenica" d.o.o. Zenica, Remontni Zavod d.d., Hidrogradnja d.d.Sarajevo, Konfekcija Borac d.d. Travnik, Agrokomerc d.d. and Putevi BiH d.d.

State Planning To Sell Stakes in 14 Firms

Government is planning to stake in a number of firms. After getting approval from ministries in the Government of FBH, In 2015 a sale of state capital is planned for 14 companies including, Bosnalijek d.d., Energopetrol d.d., Energoinvest d.d. Sarajevo, Aluminij d.d. Mostar, Hidrogradnja d.d.Sarajevo, Remontni Zavod d.d., Sipad Export Import, Zeljezara "Zenica" d.o.o. Zenica, KTK Visoko DD, Agrokomerc d.d., Konfekcija Borac d.d. Travnik, Fabrika Duhana Sarajevo d.d., Vitezit, and Putevi BiH d.d. Sarajevo. Steering Board has adopted a Work plan of APF for 2015 with privatization plan for 2015, as well as financial plan for 2015, on a session that took place on December 22, 2014, in Sarajevo.

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