Lithuania Post reports doubling in self-service parcel terminal usage

Lithuania Post reports doubling in self-service parcel terminal usage

Lithuania Post has reported that it has seen a doubling in the usage of its LP EXPRESS 24 self-service parcel terminals this year. “From January to July 2015, self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24 usage increased by more than 100% in comparison with the same period last year,” said Lithuania Post in a statement issued today (2 September).

Commenting on the surge in demand, Juozas Buitkus – the Head of Lithuania Post subsidiary Baltic Post, which operates the terminals  – said: “We are pleased that self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24 has become a convenient way to dispatch and receive parcels to business and residential customers. Fast growing electronic commerce and a possibility to use self-service terminals 24 hours per day, allow to discover this service to more and more people. I have no doubt that the demand of self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24 will increase even more in the future.”

The terminals are mainly used by the residents of the three largest towns in Lithuania: Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipėda. Lithuania Post reported that while business customers have used self-service terminals “almost twice as much as last year” – which is an impressive statistic  – the biggest growth has been among “residential customers” whose “participation has increased by 128%  compared with the same period in 2014”.

Lithuania Post added that there are currently 71 LP Express self-service parcel terminals in the country.


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