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Record summer results of Solitek September 29, 2021

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Record summer results of Solitek

Record summer results of Solitek

Summer sales of SoliTek show record results. Sales in June-August were 77% higher than in the same period last year - 4.2 million Eur. Such results of the company were determined by the rapid growth of exports.

"This year we demonstrated good results in strategically important Scandinavian countries. Sales of SoliTek  in Sweden increased by a quarter, exports to Norway rose by almost 13%, and sales in Finland jumped by 2.3  times or  133% compared to the same period last year, ”says Julius Sakalauskas, CEO of SoliTek.

Customers in the Scandinavian region pay more and more attention to the quality of PV panels components and their origin, so they are not inclined to buy panels from Asian producers. According to J. Sakalauskas, this new trend contributed to a further increase in exports to the Scandinavian markets.  Orders were also received in those countries where the company did not have them before - Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Spain.

The double glass (glass-glass)  bifacial solar modules produced by SoliTek are rapidly gaining popularity in the EU. These types of products become standard.

Exports generate more than 80% of the company's revenue.

Klientai Skandinavijos regione vis didesnį dėmesį skiria saulės modulių komponentų kokybei, jų kilmei, todėl nėra linkę įsigyti Azijos gamintojų modulių. Pasak J. Sakalausko, ši nauja tendencija padėjo dar labiau užauginti eksporto Skandinavijos rinkose apimtis. Užsakymų sulaukta ir tose šalyse, kur anksčiau bendrovė jų neturėjo – Vokietijos, Nyderlandų, Austrijos, Ispanijos.

ES saulės modulių sektoriuje sparčiai populiarėja dvigubo stiklo ir dvipusio veikimo tipų moduliai, kurių gamyboje specializuojasi SoliTek. Šių tipų gaminiai tampa standartu. Eksportas įmonei generuoja daugiau nei 80% pajamų.

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