Omniva Latvia adds parcel pick-up points

Baltics postal and parcel operator Omniva’s Latvian subsidiary has entered an agreement with SIA Narvesen Baltija to offer parcel pick-up services at more than 200 locations at its convenience and grocery stores.

In addition, Omniva is adding 92 new parcel machines, and this will allow Latvian shoppers access to more than 500 locations by the end of this year.

“The rapid development of e-commerce during the pandemic and the continuing high demand for parcel services are forcing us to continue to look for new solutions and forms of cooperation. Despite the fact that this year, we are investing in expanding the parcel machine network and installing 92 new parcel machines in Latvia, we are pleased to have established cooperation with a reliable partner that will bring us even closer to our customers,” said Kristi Unt, Member of the Board of Omniva.

The CEO of Narvesen, Dace Dovidena says that companies that can react quickly to the business environment and consumer demands will benefit in the current, unpredictable market conditions. “One of the main tasks of Narvesen is to be accessible to everyone, including in remote areas. That is our common goal with Omniva. As the services of Omniva are important to many Latvians, we are pleased to be able to provide the right infrastructure to make them even more widely available. This cooperation is the best way to achieve our goals by joining forces with like-minded partners so that all parties, especially the residents, benefit,” Dovidena explained.

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