over 1600 qualified specialists in 9 countries around the whole world.
nearly 30 years of experience and hundreds of completed projects.
one of the biggest shipbuilders subcontractors in all of Europe.
In Minsk (Republic of Belarus), the construction of the „Leroy Merlin“ shopping center is going at the full blast. The building area of the center is 16,500 sq. meters, the total area of the object is 38,000 sq. meters. Already at the initial stage of construction, our specialists had to solve the issue of soil reinforcement. For this purpose, a force field is equipped on the pile base (1,770 piles are hammered under the floors). The foundation works, backfill of the building and the vertical layout of the site are coming to an end. The masonry works, the laying of monolithic floors and assembly of precast concrete columns will start in the near future. A team of about 40 people is working on the facility. The object is planned to be handed over to the customer in September 2021.
Litana group's services include the production of a wide range of stainless steel products for various projects. Currently, the production department‘s staff is involved in the following orders: 1. Production of oversized air duct structures with a total weight of 44 tons for the heating station in the Swedish city of Vaxjo; 2. Production of pipelines with a total weight of 30 tons for the paper mill „Stora Ensa Oulu“ in the Finnish city of Oulu; 3. Production of a complex conveyor system for the Lithuanian company „Kauno grūdai“ in Alytus. Close cooperation with the industrial projects department opens the wide opportunities to participate in interesting and complex tasks. For their successful implementation, the department has a collaborative team of professionals ready to take full responsibility for the results of their work.
Continuous improvement of information technologies and their use in personnel management processes motivates „Litana“ group to keep up with the times: it was decided to abandon the current ineffective program of personnel accounting, payroll and other financial data management. According to HR Director Jurgita Jašinskytė-Ostrovskienė, the new „Bonus“ software platform will optimize the processes of payroll and personnel management, as well as the work of the financial and economics departments. Automation of processes will significantly simplify them and transfer data between computer systems in real time. This will speed up access to important information and improve communication efficiency.