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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 24.06.2018, 00:44

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DPD Latvija raises profit by 36.2% in 2017

DPD Latvija raises profit by 36.2% in 2017

21.04.2018

Parcel services company DPD Latvija turned over EUR 15.505 million in 2017, which was a 22.9% increase against 2016, while the company’s profit grew 36.2% year-on-year to EUR 1.341 million, writes LETA, according to information available at Firmas.lv.

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Eesti Post's net profit grows by 8% in 2017

Eesti Post's net profit grows by 8% in 2017

19.04.2018

The state-owned Estonian postal company AS Eesti Post, which operates under the Omniva brand, saw its net profit increase 8% year over year to 1.3 million euros in 2107, informs LETA/BNS.

Revenue of Cleveron grows 3.5-fold in 2017

Revenue of Cleveron grows 3.5-fold in 2017

13.04.2018

The revenue of Estonian delivery solutions company Cleveron AS grew nearly 3.5-fold to 11.2 million euros last year and the company's profit totaled 723,000 euros, compared with 212,000 euros of loss in 2016, informs LETA/BNS.


Omniva, Levira testing smart letterboxes

Omniva, Levira testing smart letterboxes

11.04.2018

Eesti Post, the state owned postal service company operating under the Omniva brand, and the telecommunications company Levira have installed three smart letterboxes in Harju county which enable their operator to keep track of the number of letters deposited and the emptying of the letterbox by its employees in real-time, informs LETA/BNS.

Omniva shows 58% turnover rise in Latvia in 2017

Omniva shows 58% turnover rise in Latvia in 2017

15.03.2018

Omniva postal services company in 2017 posted EUR 4.01 million in its turnover in Latvia, which is by 58% more than in 2016, the company reported LETA.


14.03.2018

Chinese e-shops boost pressure on Lithuanian retailers

Increasing numbers of Lithuanian residents actively shop in electronic shops of China, with the growth pace expected to remain high in coming years and reach an annual increase of 50%, Verslo Zinios business daily said, cites LETA/BNS.

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