Panevėžys FEZ is a free economic zone located in Lithuania (member of the European Union). Lithuania offers strategic convenience of access to 3 major markets with over 500 million people. Products can be delivered anywhere in Europe within just three-four days.
Key facts about Lithuania
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Lithuania has all means of transport developed and available
Railway - 48.1 million tons of cargo transported in 2017. The Lithuanian truck fleet consists of 39.000 trucks that transported 74 million tons in 2017
Direct access to 3 international airports: access to all major European cities within 2-3 hours flight
Klaipėda Seaport is the largest ice-free port in the Baltic states. It is 14,5 meters deep; its capacity is up to 65 million tons of cargo per year
Accessibility and convenience are important for us so we provide excelent location benefits for investors
Panevėžys FEZ developed a direct connection via a brand-new roundabout to E67 (Trans-European highway) that connects Helsinki (Finland) to Warsaw (Poland) and Prague (Czech Republic) as well as other capital cities along the way
Our economic zone is also a part of the city network and is well connected via public transport and bicycle routes for workers' convenience and accessibility
FEZ is part of the city's industrial district and is connected to all major suppliers that operate here. Access to world-class supply chain of various components and services
Key facts about Panevėžys City
Panevėžys FEZ territory with existing brown-field buildings from bird's eye view is here to help you see the big picture
Refrigerated trailers, semi-trailers, wiring systems, electromechanical products and auto compressors.
Wiring systems and electro-mechanical products, power distribution and electric control systems, electric heating equipment.
Metal components and structures, stamping, welding, laser cutting and interior systems for cruise ships, ferries
Rigid and flexible plastic packaging, plastic components and rubber products, flexographic printing and packaging materials; reflective products, automobile accessories.
Woolen garments, underwear, midlayer clothes and socks, linen textile production, fabric dyeing.
Beer, biorefining & starch manufacturing, meat processing, dairy products and milk proteins.