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Saturday, 31.01.2015, 16:38
Latvian public post company Latvijas Pasts, in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), today will issue a special stamp dedicated to Latvia's presidency, as the presidency's spokeswoman Linda Jakobsone told LETA.
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In the first days after the euro adoption in Lithuania, on 2-5 January, Lithuania Post exchanged over LTL 120 million (EUR 35 million). Only in the first half of 5 January more than LTL 45 million (EUR 13 million) was exchanged in post offices, informs LETA/ELTA.
According to unaudited data, the state-owned public limited company Lietuvos paštas (Lithuania Post) has earned LTL 2.5 mln of net profit within 9 months of the current year, reports BC post’s press service.
Estonian state-owned postal company Omniva, formerly known as Eesti Post, has put on sale the majority of its post offices buildings, LETA/Virumaa Teataja reports.
As data for the 3rd quarter of the current year show, 51% of incoming international items originate from China. All in all, Lithuania Post has received and dispatched 12m items during the period in question, reports BC post’s press service.
With the beginning of the year 2014, 330 post offices will exchange the litas to the euro free of charge for a period of 60 calendar days. In relation to this process, Lithuania Post will employ 75 employees throughout the country, reports BC post’s press service.
Lithuania Post, one of the largest companies in the country, has implemented an up-to-date IT system that will ensure smooth work of the company and higher quality level of the services provided. For the purpose of this modern centralized IT troubleshooting management and solution monitoring system, the company has made an investment of LTL 250 thousand, informed BC post’s press service.