Lithuanian Plastics Cluster

Lithuania: Lithuania
Darius Lasionis

Overview

Profile:
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About us

Vision:

To become a reliable union of enterprises of the plastics industry, recognised among partners, which develops and produces innovative and competitive technological products with high added value.

Mission:

To unite Lithuanian enterprises operating in plastics industry and engage in common activities to increase competitiveness of the Lithuanian plastics industry and disseminate information about the potential.

Aims:

  • To cooperate with cluster enterprises when developing and producing technologically innovative products (value chain, specialisation, etc.)
  • To share experience, exchange information, develop competences of the heads and employees of enterprises (common training, etc.).
  • To organise joint stands when participating in international exhibitions.
  • To organise trade missions and conduct new partner search.
  • To cooperate with education and science institutions:
  • Education, training of specialists, practice;
  • Encouraging youth to study technical specialities;  
  • Organisation of open door events, etc.;
  • Using laboratories of science institutions.
  • To establish a joint certified laboratory.
Formalised strategy
Strategy focus on internationalisation

Cluster composition

  • 13
    Cluster Members
  • 8
    SME's
  • 0
    Large Companies
  • 4
    Research Organisations, Universities, Technology Centers
  • 0
    Other Ecosystem Actors

Management team

Darius Lasionis
Cluster Manager

Sectorial and industrial focus

Sectoral Industries
Technology fields
S3 EU priority areas
Cross-sectoral industries

Services

Support services provided

Other (please specify)
Development of human resources, such as staff mobility, access to training

Further information

Why Lithuanian Plastic Cluster?

  • Extensive experience working with automotive companies in Western Europe and Russia.
  • Flexible business relations.
  • Skilled workforce.
  • Median wage significantly lower than the EU average.
  • Companies produce small and middle sized automotive parts and components.
  • Available engineering skills and expertise plus R&D potential.

Cooperation activities

International cooperation

Targeted countries

Transnational cooperation

Targeted countries

Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Germany
Poland

Transnational support activites

- none -

International support activites

Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs

Upcoming events

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