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Thursday, 24.04.2014, 04:09
Estonian people have started to order a lot of goods from e-stores abroad and especially the amount of parcels arriving from China is posting records, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
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According to estimations of Lithuania Post, the number of domestic money orders sent in the course of the current year 2014 has almost doubled if compared with the same period of 2013. The results were mainly determined by expanded number of PayPost outlets and shrinking network of bank units serving customers, informed BC Lithuania Post.
Since now on, the 26th Vilnius Post Office will welcome customers in new premises located at the shopping centre DOMUSPRO (Bieliūnų Street 1). Until now, the 26th Post Office has been serving the customers at L. Zemenhofo Street, informed BC post.lt.
Lithuania Post is inviting to donate to the non-governmental organization Save the Children Lithuania. Donations for children being under the care of Save the Children Lithuania are accepted at all post offices and PayPost outlets rendering financial services, informs BC post’s press service.
Latvian airline airBaltic has been recognised on postage stamps issued by Latvijas Pasts (Latvian Post) in a limited collection featuring the airline’s state-of-the-art Bombardier fleet, informs BC Janis Vanags.
Since now on, the citizens of Vilnius will be able to purchase and replenish their public transport e-tickets, Vilnius City Cards, at any post office in the capital, informed BC post’s press service.
Lithuania Post has noticed that residents discover post offices as one more channel to obtain bus tickets for international destinations. This service is especially popular in small towns with no tickets selling points run by coach operators, informed BC post’s press service.