Baltic FEZ is located at the Via Baltica highway, in a stretch between Kaunas and Marijampolė. This area provides an opportunity for investors to use the automotive and railroads to transport their cargo to Europe and Asia. Rail Baltica II railway line will provide fast (240 km/h) and efficient cargo transport between Scandinavia, Eastern and Western European countries.
Marijampolė also has the wide CIS standard gauge. This track is conveniently accessible by road, therefore the Baltic FEZ terminal will organize seamless logistic between the narrow and wide railway tracks and motor freight transport between Scandinavia, Europe and Asia.
Baltic FEZ has 80 hectares of industrial plots. Part of the land is intended for medium pollution enterprises. Using the EU Structural Funds, each parcel will be equipped with all necessary infrastructure: electricity, water supply, wastewater and storm water drains, category C and D access roads, not to mention lightning and gas pipelines. Designed parcels perfectly fit for agriculture, food industry, logistics companies.
Baltic FEZ is a unique opportunity for the Nordic and Baltic investors to engage in trade with European, Asian markets. Baltic FEZ is easily accessed by road, rail or air.
Marijampolė region has strongly developed manufacturing industry, generating 35% of the product made in the region (Lithuanian average – 29%). 32% of the working population in the district is employed in manufacturing industries. Investments in industry has promoted the region’s economic growth.
Convenient geographic location of Marijampolė, it’s infrastructure and active local government support already has attracted local and foreign investors to the district. Within a few dozen kilometres the district has two companies owned by IKEA group Swedwood Kazlų Rūda and Swedspan), FASA COMPANY OWNED BY CIE Automative group producing components for the most famous automobile manufacturers: Audi, VW Group, Chrysler, Fiat, Mersedes-Benz, Ford, Skoda, Toyota, Renault–Nissan, Peugeot). The district has companies which produce fertilizer, feed, sugar, turkey products, and provide transportation and other services.