Growth driven by investment in technology innovation and process optimization
The Lithuanian printing sector transformed during the past two decades from state operated entities into modern printing houses, competing with each other domestically and increasingly offering their services to customers abroad.
Lithuanian printing companies are equipped with modern Japanese and German printing technologies, enabling them to provide a wide range of high-quality printing services. Combined with the relatively low labor costs, Lithuanian printing companies are able to offer attractive price-quality ratios for their services.
Lithuanian printing companies are flexible and have the ability to react rapidly and efficiently to changing market circumstances. This gives them also the ability to fulfill custom made and expedited orders. The flexibility of Lithuanian companies is also well reflected in the cooperation with foreign customers by providing the whole service, from preprinting to printing and post-printing.
Printing and paper industry generates about 1.2 % of GDP, employing around 12500 workers or 1.3 percent of total employment. 849 companies were active in the sector at the beginning of 2016, 99.2 percent of them were SMEs.
In 2015 industrial production of paper and paper product subsector amounted to 357 million EUR and was 3.7 percent larger than a year ago. At the same time industrial production of printing and recording services grew by 8.9 percent and amounted to 192 million EUR. In 2015 printing and paper industry exported it`s production to almost 100 countries around the world
Key production and services branches
Publishing services of books, periodicals etc
Corrugated paper, paperboard and containers
Household and sanitary goods
Paper and paperboard
Industry’s key competitive advantages
Good quality and price ratio
Investment in new technologies and modern equipment
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