Ltd. Ardena, with its production line, has over 25 years' invaluable experience in the window blinds manufacturing industry. Ever since our company founding we have been continuously investing in the highest quality of manufactured goods. During these long years in the business, our company has created a highly-efficient manufacturing system- the production plants equipped with the high-tech machinery and equipment in Lithuania and abroad. Having started our production from blinds, we gradually strengthened our creative approach by realizing individual orders for non-standard window coverings along with lighting installations.
1992. - The year Ltd. "Ardena" was set up and manufacturing of blinds started in Vilnius.
1994. - The assortment of our production was supplemented with lamps and electric components.
1996- Beginning of business with companies in Russia, Belarus, Poland, Latvia, Estonia.
1998- The first large-scale lighting project to cover the football stadium named after Darius and Girenas in Kaunas was completed, according to the accepted UEFA standards.
2000 - Ltd. Ardena opened its showroom in Kaunas.
2001- The beginning of trade in the showrooms in Klaipeda and Šiauliai.
2002- Trakai castle lighting project was completed.
2003- Ltd. Ardena opened the latest technology equipped 1500 sq. m. area covering a blinds manufacturing plant and a logistics department.
2004- Ltd. Ardena was established in Belarus. In Minsk the showroom "OSTardena" was opened.
2004- Launching of public and private lighting projects in Russia and Belarus.
2004 - Presidential residence in Belarus, Minsk.
2005 - A complex of government buildings in Belarus.
2006 - Sports and commercial center in Russia, in Khanty Mansiysk, warehouses of company "Danone" in Moscow.
• 2005-2006- Lighting projects to cover the stadiums in Brest, Gomel, Borisov, Vitebsk according to UEFA standards.
• 2008 - Clever House commercial center in Kaliningrad.
• 2009- Mirskiy Zamok- the only monument in Belarus protected by UNESCO.
• 2009- International airport in Minsk.
2005- On the second floor of Vilnius showroom,the modern exposition of lamps, occupying 500 square meters was opened, demonstrating how to properly allocate light accents when wishing to create an intimate, comfortable, and at the same time a modern and stylish interior.
2011- A lighting project to cover the largest sports arena in Lithuania and the Baltic countries - the Kaunas Žalgiris arena on the island of Nemunas; the lighting project for Švyturio arena in Klaipėda.
2011 - A production line for manufacturing of lamps and plafonds was opened, including made-to-measure production based on individual orders of customers, architects, and designers.