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On 1 August, Panevėžio Statybos Trestas AB, a Lithuanian construction company, is starting reorganisation and establishing branches.
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The specialised subdivisions will be reorganised to three branches: Betonas, Konstrukcija and Stogas where production capacities will be concentrated, says the company in a statement.

Reorganisation of the company is aimed at reducing operating costs and creating a more efficient performance model, which would ensure independent participation in the market for the branches of the company. It is expected that this will allow increasing performance efficiency, improving quality of the rendered services and achieving even better results.

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