Rail and infrastructure

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The Ukrainian economy has felt the effects of the financial crisis in 2008/09 and has not yet recovered. The UEFA Eur0 2012 brought with it much infrastructural development and enabled the industry to post strong growth in 2011 after a deep recession in 2008. However, as projects related to the tournament end, so does growth in infrastructure. The railway sub-sector, though, is expected to outperform over the coming years, and infrastructure growth in this sector is expected to increase, with a large area of networks expected to be electrified. Such development requires large amounts of funding, extensive planning and requires a long time and a lot of effort to carry out.

At PwC, we advise private sector bidders, we help them to develop structures that allow them to access local and international funds. By optimizing maintenance practices and implementing quality management systems we guarantee to improve the efficiency in transport operations. We work with governments, shaping their policy, developing frameworks and helping them to implement PPPs, industry by industry. We reconcile investors' need for profit with the requirements of Government for political and financial transparency. As an independent adviser, we engineer a truly competitive bidding process.

We provide our services to:

  • Rail Operators
  • Infrastructure Operators (Bridges, Toll Roads)
  • Governments
  • Private Investors
  • Investment Funds