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Sunday, 26.10.2014, 07:07
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.
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On September 19th, 2014, Lithuania Post, one of the biggest Lithuanian companies providing postal and logistic services, signed a cooperation agreement with the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU). On the grounds of cooperation, the students will have more opportunities to have a supervised practice and start a professional career with Lithuania Post, reported BC post’s press service.
For the first time ever, in 2014, Lithuania launched into the space 2 satellites. To mark this historical event, Lithuania Post is going to release a new postage stamp that will appear in circulation this Saturday, September 20, reports BC press service of Lietuvos pastas.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Chain, the three countries – Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania – are going to release a joint souvenir sheet. The souvenir sheet 25th Anniversary of the Baltic Chain will be put into circulation this Saturday, August 23, informed BC Lithuanian Post.
On the highway Vilnius-Kaunas, nearby Kaunas Airport, Lithuania Post has started construction of the new logistics centre. The logistics centre will be used by Lithuania Post and its subsidiary company Baltic Post, informs BC the press service of the post.
Estonian state-owned postal company Omniva, formerly called Eesti Post, will expand its parcel terminal network in Estonia by a quarter, Äripäev Online cites the company, reports LETA.
Estonian Economy and Communications Ministry approved the draft decree, which will increase universal postal service prices starting September 1, 2014, by an average of 18.2%, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.