Venipak to invest EUR 10 million in a new terminal

The express package delivery company Venipak will build a new 10,000 sqm package terminal in Vilnius. The company manager, Justas Šablinskas, said that the construction of the new terminal would cost nearly EUR 10 million. The new terminal will be built in the vicinity of IKEA, the Swedish furniture manufacturer’s shop, on a site of…

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Important information about Brexit

The EU leaders have agreed to extend the deadline for the departure of Great Britain from the EU, but there is still a possibility that on 31 October Britain will leave the EU without a deal, thus significantly impeding trade with other countries. How to prepare for Brexit? In case of a no-deal exit, further…

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Express parcel delivery company to launch its operations in Germany

At the beginning of the year, the express parcel delivery company, Venipak, registered a company in Germany. International Business Development Manager Kristijonas Dunauskas said that entering Germany has been a long-term strategic step of the company. “For many years we have worked to offer top quality services to our customers in the Baltic countries and…

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Brexit impact to parcel delivery

Although the leaders of the European Union (EU) have agreed to delay Britain’s departure from the EU, it is still likely that Britain will leave the European Union with no deal, which will make trade with this country more difficult for everyone. The representatives of Venipak say that in the event of a hard Brexit,…

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During Christmas the number of shipments increased by 69 %

Venipak announces that the number of shipments in the Baltic states increased by more than 50 % during the most intense holiday season. The percentage of shipments increased by 57 % in Lithuania, 45 % in Latvia and 69 % in Estonia. The head of the company Justas Šablinskas stated that a similar number of…

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Last mile delivery in Europe – we are among the first to implement it

Growth in parcel volumes forces courier services to implement innovations. In 2018, the last mile delivery, where parcels are delivered to a particular recipient by ordinary people rather than couriers, gained popularity. The service relies on the same operating principle as that of Uber or AirBnb where ordinary people who have time or their own…

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