About us

We took root back in 1993 when the first polyethylene packaging for sugar saw the light.

In July 2014 the company became the member of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

On 26 July 2014 the company‘s name was changed from „Joint Lithuanian –Danish Venture UAB „PANODEN“ to UAB „PANODEN“  (Private Limited Liability Company „Panoden“).


  • Achievements in the environmental sphere. The company‘s goals and activity directions were successfully integrated into the environmental policy.
  • Credit info nominated the company as „The Strongest in Lithuania“
  • In Gazelė 2013 nomination the company was acknowledged to be the most successfully working and fast developing company of Lithuania.

In 2012 the company became a member of the EuPC (European Plastic Converters).

In 2011 the company introduced the GOST standard.

In 2010:

  • Environmental management standard LST EN ISO 14001 and EMAS (environmental management and audit systems) were integrated into the ISO 9001 Quality Management System.
  • On 4 June the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) was introduced.
  • On 4 June the company was awarded the certificate confirming that the company was producing articles intended to come into contact with food and meeting the requirements of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation No. 1935/2004 (EC), the Commission Regulation No. 2023/2006, the Lithuanian Hygiene Norm HN 16:2006 and „Regulations for Good Manufacturing Practice in production of materials and articles intended to come into contact with food“ encompassing principal provisions of the standards LST EN 15593:2008 and ISO-9001.

In 2002 the Quality Management System was introduced. This system integrated quality management, health and safety, finance and personnel management systems.

On 12 January 1998 the company became a member of the Lithuanian Packaging Association (LPA).

January 1993 is the company‘s registration day when the name „Panoden“ was granted to it. The company got its name from the blend of the first syllables of the city names: Panevėžys and Odense.