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Thursday, 02.07.2015, 03:57
More than a half of incoming postal items in Lithuania is received from China and in total it made 54% of the receiving postal items flow in the first-quarter of 2015, states BC Lithuania Post (AB Lietuvos pastas).
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The company Baltic Post, a subsidiary company of Lithuania Post providing LP EXPRESS courier services, says that the number of items delivered during Q1 of the current year has increased by 17% if compared with the same period of 2014. The most considerable growth, namely 2.5 times, has been recorded in deliveries performed using the self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24, reports BC post’s press service.
Starting April 2015, Lithuania Post is going to increase salaries paid to its employees working in the lowest-paid positions. In the course of the current year, EUR 1 million will be additionally allocated to enlarge the salary fund, reported BC press service of Lithuania Post.
Lithuania Post’s data show that the number of money orders sent by residents before Easter period in 2015 has increased by 70% if compared with previous months. Comparing the first quarter of the year 2015 with the same period of 2013, the number of outgoing money orders has increased by 29%, reports BC post’s press service.
While checking this week's postal items in Siauliai region distribution section, Lithuanian Customs' dog-trainers working in Siauliai city discovered in some of the items, as suspected, antique coins sent by a private person to consignees in different countries of the world (Russia, the USA, Sweden, Great Britain, the Netherlands), informs LETA/ELTA.
Lithuania Post (Lietuvos pastas) has released a new postage stamp to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lithuania's independence, reports LETA/ELTA.
Latvijas Pasta banka (Latvian Postal Bank) earned EUR 1.819 million in 2014, reports LETA, according to the company's unaudited financial statement for 2014.