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The city of prosperous investments

Darius Grybauskas,
Director general of Norwegian capital company UAB Svenheim, producing office furniture:  „Norwegian investment has proved our 100 percent“

Edgaras Kateiva,
Director of the UK capital company UAB Sofa Brands: „Our efficiency is as high as  in Great Britain, and in some cases even higher. It is a big advantage, and for the owners – benefits and revenue“.

Alytus, the sixth biggest city of Lithuania, has deep industrial traditions, which started to shape in the middle of the past century. Large scale industry encouraged a rapid development of the city and helped Alytus to earn the name of the Lithuanian industry leader. Alytus remained true to its chosen strategy of an industrial city, and managed to preserve the advantages of a medium size city: short distances, friendly environment, experienced and diligent specialists, citizens of a city with deep industrial traditions.  A comparatively cheap labor force, a perfect strategic location, qualification of specialists, favorable investment environment has draw a number of foreign investors to Alytus, and they are successfully operating businesses up till now. 4,5 percent of Lithuanian industrial production is produced in Alytus, there are more than 70 foreign capital companies.


Prevailing industry

  • Production of machinery and equipment.
  • Timber processing and furniture manufacturing.
  • Chemical industry.
  • Production of food and drinks.
  • Sewing industry.

The biggest foreign investors

  • UAB Sofa Brands International (The United Kingdom)
  • UAB Stora Enso Timber  (Finland, Sweden)
  • UAB Svenheim (Norway)
  • UAB Graanul Invest (Estonia)
  • UAB Coca Cola HBC Lietuva (The USA)
  • UAB Litalka Elektronik (Germany)

The biggest investors as per country

  • Finland
  • Norway   
  • Estonia
  • Russia
  • The United Kingdom
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Italy  
  • Poland
  • The USA
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