How we work
We always make an effort to understand your business and your goals. With a unique product and a customer-oriented team culture, we are positioned to help our customers innovate, stand out from the crowd, and stay a step ahead of everybody else.
Over 60% of our solar panels is exported to Sweden, Norway, and Germany. Over 90% to the EU as a whole. The majority are PV installers, distributors, and project developers in the EU.
THE PERSONAL APPROACH
We pride ourselves on being quicker, and more flexible than any other solar panel manufacturer in the world. It takes 3 hours to fly between Vilnius and any point in Europe, putting us closer to you. Average response time to inquiries and questions is under 2 hours. We will reply to 100% of inquiries within 24 hours.
COOPERATION WITH UNIVERSITIES
Background in Manufacturing
SoliTek is held by the Global BOD Group (GBG), a privately-owned holding company. GBG owns five factories across three industries: PV, ophthalmic lenses, and CD/DVD manufacturing. Founded by Vidmantas Janulevicius in 1998, the group employs approximately 240 people. Find out more.
CERTIFICATIONS FOR ALL COMPANIES HELD
ISO 9001 for quality of management
ISO 14001 for environmental management
ISO 500001 for energy management
100% renewable energy in Manufacturing
In 2013, when it was built, our factory building was awarded by the German Chamber of Commerce as the most energetically efficient industrial building in Europe.
Most of our power demand is satisfied by our own patented PV-Geothermal heating and cooling system, which consists of 1MW of Geothermal power and 150kW of PV power.
Due to our use of renewable energy use in manufacturing, we save over 400 tons of C02 from emission each year. That’s the equivalent of planting 2000 trees every year.
At SoliTek we are friendly, professional, and very passionate about solar. Get in touch and let’s talk!
"Power comes from the idea."
"Always be yourself. Unless you are a salesman - then, always be a salesman.“
"When you think positive, good things happen."
"If you can't do great things, do small things in a great way."
"If you don't like how the table is set, turn over the table."
"Whatever it takes..."
"The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible."
"Frames? Where we're going, we don't need frames!"
"Nothing is impossible."