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Living in Kremenchuk

Kremenchuk is a city in central Ukraine with a population of almost a quarter of a million. It is one of the country’s most important industrial centers and is in fact known as “The Industrial City”. Kremenchuk is situated on the mighty Dnieper River, one of Europe’s major rivers. The city straddles a narrower section of the river between two vast basins, making it an important crossing point and strategic location. The city is also the administrative seat of the Kremenchuk Raion. Given its strategic position on the river, expatriates in Kremenchuk will hardly be surprised to learn that the city started life as a fortress before blossoming as a staging post on the way from Muscovy to the Black Sea. Today a statue of Lenin dominates the city center from its position at the gates of entrance to Pridneprovsky park, just as engineering dominates the local economy. Expats living in Kremenchuk can utilize the international online community of InterNations to make connections with other global minds in the city and find out more about their new home.

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Moving to Kremenchuk

Kremenchuk Airport is a regional hub just 5km to the northeast of the city. The city is also an important node on the national rail network thanks to a bridge crossing of the Dnieper, and the station has connections to the major cities of Ukraine and beyond. The road network also stretches to all parts of the country from this central location and the Dnieper River has always been an important transportation channel. So as you can see, expatriates moving to Kremenchuk should not have any problems getting there. Kremenchuk’s importance as a transport hub and the major industrial employers have brought people to the city from far and wide. At InterNations, any new expat in Kremenchuk can easily connect with this international community to get the inside track on life in the city.

Working in Kremenchuk

Kremenchuk is the most important economic city in the Poltava Oblast and one of the major industrial cities in Ukraine. The local economy is dominated by engineering, with cars, trucks and locomotives all being manufactured in the city. The steel works and oil refinery are also major employers. Lighter industry comes in the form of tobacco, confectionery and textile manufacture and Kremenchuk also has large meat and milk production plants. To get the most from the city, expatriates living and working in Kremenchuk can interact on the forms and discussion boards of InterNations, where they can make new friends and business connections. The collected knowledge of our online community is further supplemented by our Expat Magazine, which has lots of articles on how to succeed in the expatriate lifestyle.

Giovanni Gallo

"For an expat like me, InterNations is the perfect place to meet and connect with like minded people in Kiev. "

Samantha Greene

"After moving to Kiev, I did not only get tips from other expats in Ukraine, but also from locals willing to help newcomers."