26/11/2018 /  UAB Juodeliai implements Information Security Management System

Any organisation, regardless of business sector or activity, has certain information at its disposal. Through proper identification and classification of this asset and a systematic assessment of risk and threats, a company can select appropriate controls to manage those risks. One possible solution chosen by the wood-processing company UAB Juodeliai is the implementation and certification of an Information Security Management System (ISMS).

ISO 27001 is an international standard which lays down the requirements for an Information Security Management System in order to enable an organisation to assess its risk and implement adequate controls to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. The primary function of this system is to protect the information of an organisation from falling into “bad hands” or from its irretrievable loss. ISO 27001 covers all aspects of information exchange: from computer data to conversations in public areas, including securing physical perimeters and initial personnel screenings.

The ISO 27001 audit of UAB Juodeliai was conducted in September and October in several stages. Audit was also carried out by the certification agency Bureau Veritas. To prepare for the certification, the company had to go a long way: the corrective action plan was put in place; external vulnerability testing was performed; social engineering vulnerability was assessed; the staff was trained in order to raise awareness in information security; access control was introduced, and the compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation was evaluated. VORAS Consulting, the consulting company offering consultancy services in information security and risk management, IT service management and information technology optimisation, provided consultancy services throughout the whole preparatory process.

Notwithstanding the fact that ISO 27001 is more popular among IT firms, the example of UAB Juodeliai shows that manufacturing sector companies also consider personal data and information protection one of the priority issues requiring special attention. With the Information Security Management System already in place since the end of October, UAB Juodeliai has an opportunity to develop and implement the information security policy covering all ways and aspects of communication and data protection. We are convinced that ISO 27001 will help us to assure our business continuity under almost all circumstances and also protect the confidentiality of information received from our clients, suppliers, and partners.

05/10/2018 /  Employees – one of the most important investment directions for UAB Juodeliai

As autumn has already arrived, the staff of the wood-processing company UAB Juodeliai continues the tradition, which was started several years ago, and bids farewell to the summer by participating in team-building activities. This year, swamps were the place where the team had a chance to test itself, reveal and show its strengths and community spirit when striving for a common goal.

Marching through the four-kilometre-long swamps, which stretch in Trakai district, was quite a challenge for everyone, but there is nothing that the staff of Juodeliai cannot accomplish, and everyone came back full of energy and good impressions.

The purposes of the activity was to bridge the gap of communication between new and experienced employees, encourage cooperation and seek synergy between different views, search for joint solutions, and develop the ability to celebrate both personal and joint results.

We believe that one of the key purposes – to bring together and motivate the team to strive for common goals – was achieved. UAB Juodeliai intends to continue active investment in its employees: their improvement, communication, and motivation to work for common goals in a targeted manner and be a strong team.

02/10/2018 /  UAB Juodeliai is concerned about the safety of your personal data

In order to protect its customers’ privacy, UAB Juodeliai, a wood processing company, would like to bring to your notice the company’s Privacy Policy, applicable to all its customers, suppliers and business partners. We are committed to protecting our customers’ privacy by offering personalised services and handling personal data with caution and in line with the applicable regulations.

Understanding the high importance of personal data protection, we only collect and handle such personal information that is necessary for our activities. We handle personal data lawfully, transparently, and honestly for the pre-defined purposes and to the extent that is necessary to achieve the said purposes. When processing personal data we seek to ensure that they are accurate, secure, confidential, and stored in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Our Privacy Policy reflects the customer data processing practices employed by UAB Juodeliai. If you should have any questions, please contact us by e-mail at

27/09/2018 /  For the second year in a row, the London Stock Exchange Group has acknowledged Juodeliai UAB as one of 1,000 companies which inspire Europe

Juodeliai UAB, a wood processing company, has been included in the third edition of the report of the London Stock Exchange Group on 1,000 companies which inspired by Europe, for the second year in a row.

This report provides a list of the most inspirational and fast-growing small and medium-sized European companies. In order to enter this list, companies had not only to demonstrate their positive income growth over the past three years but also to surpass their competitors in their own country.

The representatives of UAB Juodeliai did not participate in the event of the official publication and the adoption of the report that took place on the 25th of September of this year, however, representing the largest sector “Manufacturing and Engineering”, we are glad to announce that we are among the five Lithuanian companies included in the report, which are important for the prosperous future of the European economy.

More about the report here.