Cremation in Lithuania, a predominantly Roman Catholic country, is becoming more acceptable to change-wary Lithuanians. K2 LT, the operator of Lithuania's only crematorium in Kedainiai in central Lithuania said on August 24 it plans to invest up to €2 mn into its expansion. The company plans to build an extension over a year and another cremation line to bring its existing capacity to up to 5,000 cremations a year.
"As cremation is gaining popularity in the country and the number of cremations is growing, we see the need for another line. Currently, the two ...
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