Dvarčionių keramika

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Dvarčionių keramika
Public
Founded 1888
Headquarters Vilnius, Lithuania
Products Ceramics
Number of employees
150
Parent UAB "Misota"
Website www.keramika.lt

Dvarčionių keramika is a ceramics tile producer in Lithuania and the largest ceramics producer in the Baltic states.[1] It is traded on the NASDAQ OMX Vilnius exchange.

The company traces its history from a brickyard founded in 1888 in Dvarčionys.[2] It was reconstructed in 1974 to a modern ceramics title producer. Opoczno, the largest ceramics manufacturer in Poland, bought 60.25% of the company in March 2005 for 11.5 million litas[3] and additional 19% in January 2008 for 7.12 million litas.[4] However, Lithuanian UAB Misota took the controlling stake in July 2009.[5] In 2010, the company reported losses, and declining revenue.[6]

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Coordinates: 54°43′44″N 25°22′38″E / 54.72889°N 25.37722°E / 54.72889; 25.37722