Alexander was not only a professional in his field, but also a person with an extraordinary talent for uniting people. He knew how to inspire others to achieve the highest results, create an atmosphere of trust and support in the team, and was an example of perseverance and dedication to a common goal.
He was a visionary who not only saw the possibilities, but also knew how to implement them. His ideas and intuition have transformed Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide into a world-class group of companies that has become a global market leader in civilian thermal imaging optics.
It was a personality indifferent to the pain of others, thanks to which the company carried out active social activities, supported socially sensitive organizations, and during the war in Ukraine provided significant support to Ukrainian refugees.
The entire team at Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide extends our deepest condolences to his family, loved ones and friends. We will always remember Alexander as an outstanding business leader and a person with a big heart.
Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide Group of Companies
Aliaksandr Alsheuski started creating the history of the group of companies in 1991. from the production of handmade wooden observation optics. The first five wooden products were assembled in the basement of an unfinished house in Lyda (Belarus), and the devices themselves were sold in Lithuania, Germany, Poland and Italy.
in 1995 entered the American market after starting cooperation with partners from the USA. On the basis of this partnership in 1998 Beltex Optic was established and the Yukon Advanced Optics brand was born, with a core portfolio of spotting scopes and binoculars. As the range of daytime optics grew, in 1999 the company started producing the first night vision devices, and already in 2005 the company’s share of the first-generation night devices in the world market reached 70%.
in 2004 “Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide” group of companies is established, with headquarters in Vilnius. In 2005, the group of companies became the first manufacturer in the world to offer digital night devices to the civilian market. In 2009, the Pulsar brand was registered, which today forms an essential part of Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide’s production. In 2012, the company became the first manufacturer in the world to introduce thermal imaging devices for civil purpose optics.
Today, Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide is one of the most advanced groups of high-tech companies operating in Europe, with branches in 7 countries and more than 1000 employees.