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Saturday, 23.07.2016, 16:05
Latvijas Pasts postal company failed to meet nearly 70% of its investment plan for 2015, reports LETA.
Keyword tags: Investments, Latvia, Post Office
The market of private persons' postal packages grew 37% in 2015 in Estonia, results of a study carried out by pollster TNS Emor show, cites LETA/BNS.
Lithuania's postal and courier services market, as measured by revenue, grew to 120.8 million euros last year, up 10.8% from 109 million euros in 2014, the country's Communications Regulatory Authority said on May 3rd, informs LETA/BNS.
Estonia's state-owned logistics company Omniva (formerly known as Eesti Post) is to open its network of parcel terminals in the Baltic countries also for its other partners, due to which logistics companies would be able to use Omniva's parcel terminals for sending their packages, informs LETA/BNS.
The postal technology company Cleveron based in Viljandi, southern Estonia is to establish a subsidiary, Collect.Net, which is to set up Estonia's third parcel delivery company and initially install 10 automated parcel terminals across Estonia, informs LETA/BNS.
Latvijas Pasts postal company's CEO Arnis Salnajs and other board members – Ilze Bagatska, Arnis Gulbis and Egons Strazdins – have handed in their resignations, as the company's external communications officer Gita Valtenberga told LETA.
The state-owned Estonian logistics company AS Eesti Post will pay a dividend of 1.3 million euros for 2015, the general meeting decided, cites LETA/BNS.