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Alytus companies producing household chemical goods Koslita and Alytaus chemija prefer local buyers, who provide most of the revenue, but the most attractive export market for them is Latvia - there they export more and more of Lithuanian car cosmetics and household cleaning products.

Koslita has been exporting various detergents and cleaners for three years to retails shops of Latvia. The company exports 5% of its products to the neighbouring country, but the company Alytaus chemija entered the Latvian market only this summer - it established a joint venture in Latvia together with local partners and started to export products produced in Alytus, so you can already buy car cosmetics of its production in Latvia, wrote a business newspaper Verslo zinios on Friday.

Prior to that, most of the products were sold by Alytaus chemija in Lithuania, small amount of products has been exported to Belarus; in total about 5% of products of Alytaus chemija is exported. Koslita is not planning to expand its export markets in the near future, some time ago the company exported products to Belarus and Russia, but because of the small sales there it refused to supply to these countries.