Auriga Baltics Awarded “Strongest in Lithuania” Certificate

We are proud to announce that Auriga Baltics, Auriga’s engineering center in Vilnius (Lithuania), was recently acknowledged as being one of the most financially stable companies in the country, receiving the “Strongest in Lithuania” certificate confirming that the company is reliable and very likely to fulfill its financial obligations in a timely manner in the future.

The “Strongest in Lithuania” certificates are provided by the Credit Bureau “Creditinfo,” which assesses companies in accordance with strict requirements. The most important assessment criterion is a high rate of solvency, which indicates that there is a low statistical probability that a company will not meet its financial obligations for 90 or more days in the upcoming 12-month period. Company solvency is evaluated and its rank is determined based on credit history, financial results and their changes, business connections, and other information.

The “Strongest in Lithuania” certificate demonstrates to our business partners and customers that Auriga is not only financially sound but also strong and responsible. It is worth mentioning that it is not the first time we find ourselves listed among the strongest companies in Lithuania. In 2015, Auriga Baltics was acknowledged as one of the most financially stable companies in the country. Only 4% of Lithuanian companies have ever been rated at the same level.

Sergey Berezko, Head of Auriga’s European Branch, made the following comment on Auriga’s continuous success:

It is a great honor to once again be named one of the strongest Lithuanian companies. This impressive achievement is a result of our joint efforts seeking to provide high-quality services and position Auriga as a responsible and reliable partner. The fact that our financial stability is continuously acknowledged by the experts is a good reason for customers to prioritize us over competitors, and it will surely help us expand our operation in Europe considerably in the coming years.