History of the company




About company

“AAZ TRADING – AUTOLUX” is a Ukrainian company specializing in passenger transportation in Ukraine and abroad.

In 1997, “AAZ TRADING – AUTOLUX” announced the registration of a trademark under the name “AUTOLUX”. Thus, the “AAZ TRADING – AUTOLUX” company became the first private company to receive a license to work in the field of passenger transportation since the independence of Ukraine.

To start its activity the company imported seven modern MITSUBISHI buses from TEMSA factories in Turkey. Within the same year the company began its first trips between Kiev and the city of Odessa on the Black Sea. Since then, the number of passenger trips has gradually expanded covering all cities and regions of the country.

Based on the desire to achieve a high level of passenger comfort, “AUTOLUX” became the first company to use modern and comfortable buses, including VIP buses.

Due to the high level of service, “AUTOLUX” has gained a wide reputation among the population and has become a vivid example of high-quality work. “AUTOLUX” won the first place among transport companies in Ukraine, and received many awards and letters of appreciation from government agencies which are in charge of the transportation sector.

From the moment the company was established up to this day the number of representative offices has reached to 54 located in 54 cities of Ukraine. The company also has imported 80 modern of buses MITSUBISHI, MAN and DAFF, including 15 VIP buses. These buses carry out from 50 to 60 daily trips in different directions, covering a distance of more than 35,000 km daily.
The high level of service and reasonable price for the services ensured high customer loyalty to the carrier “AUTOLUX” – more than 2000 passengers daily.

In 2017, Latvian company “Norma-A” acquired the assets of the “AUTOLUX” company, where after “AAZ TRADING – AUTOLUX” entered the Ecolines holding.

The main office of the company is located on an area of ​​about 3.7 hectares in the city of Boyarka, Kiev region, at the following address:

Ukraine, Boyarka, Shevchenko St, 176.





Ukraine, Kiev region, Kiev-Svyatoshinsky district, city of Boyarka, Shevchenko street, 176