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The joint-stock company Agrovet is a meat processing enterprise mainly engaged in the slaughtering (beef, pork, veal), also meat deboning and production of meat products.

Having been in the meat processing business since 1992, in 2004 Agrovet ranked 70th among Lithuania’s 500 largest companies. Today the Company is the leading fresh meat supplier, processor and exporter in Lithuania.

Agrovet is settled in Kretingalë, Klaipëda Region that lies by the Baltic Sea. The Klaipëda County boasts an ice-free seaport and represents an important region of manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, recreation and tourism in Lithuania. A dense network of motorways and main routes, Lithuania’s largest railway junction, Palanga Airport and Klaipéda Seaport create excellent conditions for business development and product export to the neighbouring countries.



The Confederation of Lithuanian Industrialists acclaimed that Agrovet is “The Best Lithuanian Exporter"
in the meat sector.

Agrovet exports more than 40 pct of fresh meat to its partners in the EU, Russia and Belarus.

Export increasisng is related to the opening of the European Union countries market.

The specialists of the “Agrovet” especially intensivelly examine opportunities of products export to Eastern and Western countries. We constantly communicate and stay in close touch with potential foreign clients and products’ customers.



The company supplies more than 3500 trade partners with its products, including retail chains
and food processing and catering companies. Agrovet’s products are delivered to nearly all
preschools and schools in the Klaipéda region.

Agrovet has over 4,500 agreements signed with Lithuanian farmers on the supply of swine and cattle.

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