Company history

Kaunas factory of ferroconcrete structures-3 (Kaunas RFS-3) was one of the largest ferroconcrete factories in the republic of Lithuania.

It was launched in 1st January, 1964, when the first production (ferroconcrete overlay slab 3×6 and ready-mixed concrete) was released.

There are six workshops in the factory: concrete mixing, armature, formation, mechanical-repair and realization. Formation Workshop consists of five technological holes, large-sized production and non-pressure polygons of pipe production. The name of Kaunas RFS-3 changed to “Aksa” in 1992.

AB “Aksa” became a member of Kaunas Trade and Industry Chamber. The award as the most active member received in 1999.

Mindaugas Plūkas became the owner of the AB “Aksa” in 2001.

Technological line for agriculture (silos, tanks, slabs, floor slabs) was designed and installed in 2001.

Technological line of assembled ferroconcrete houses was reconstructed in 2007. Same year AB “Aksa” joins the Association of Building Industry and became an active member. In the elections organized by “Verslo žinios”, AB “Aksa” was nominated in the category of the fastest-growing company as “Metų Gazelė 2007”.

New concrete production unit and concrete distribution line was installed in 2009. Mechanical Unit was reorganized in 2011. After ten years, exports to the Scandinavian countries and Belarus were resumed. New technological line for the production of extruded overlayslabs was designed and installed in 2013.