December 21, 2014 9:32 AM ET

Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods

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 2014.

KTK Visoko DD Key Developments

FBiH Government Approves Privatization Plan

FBiH Government adopted a decision to give the approval to the agency for privatization plan for 2014. Only those companies will be privatized which has the approval of relevant federal ministries. The companies for privatization includes Agrokomerc d.d., KTK Visoko DD, Zeljezara "Zenica" d.o.o. Zenica, Energopetrol d.d., ŠIPAD EXPORT-IMPORT, Remontni Zavod d.d., Hidrogradnja d.d.Sarajevo, UNIS-Udruzena Metalna Industrija d.d., Pretis d.d, Konfekcija Borac d.d. Travnik and Fabrika Duhana d.d. The Agency will continue updating and maintaining the Central Registry of things, rights, obligations and claims of passive sub-balance in the FBiH and completing documentation basis on which registration will be made and transfer of ownership from the company to the FBiH.

Bosnian Federation Plans To Privatize 11 Firms In 2014

The government of the Muslim-Croat Federation plans to privatize eleven companies in 2014, including Fabrika Duhana d.d. The other companies on the privatization list include, Agrokomerc d.d.; KTK Visoko DD; Zeljezara "Zenica" d.o.o. Zenica; ŠIPAD EXPORT-IMPORT; Remontni Zavod d.d.; Hidrogradnja d.d.Sarajevo; UNIS-Udruzena Metalna Industrija d.d.; Pretis d.d; Konfekcija Borac d.d. Travnik.

Bosnia To Privatize KTK Plant

The Muslim-Croat Federation of Bosnia is looking to privatize a leather processing plant in Topuzovo Polje owned by KTK Visoko DD. The starting price of the plant is BAM28.68 million. The offered price will carry 35% weight in the evaluation of the bids. The bids should be filed by January 7, 2012 and direct negotiations with investors will be held on January 10, 2012. A commitment on the part of the buyer to keep the plant's staff of 150 on payroll for at least three years after the acquisition will also have 35% weight, and a pledge to invest BAM 2.0 million in the first year of ownership will account for 30%.

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