Residents sending their postal items abroad using the self-service parcels terminals SIUNTOS24 will pay less. The prices for postal items sent to 22 European countries have been reduced up to 40%.
“The number of items sent to addressees both in Lithuania and abroad via the self-service parcel terminals SIUNTOS24 is growing. Our aim is make this service attractive to our customers; therefore, we have reduced the prices for postal items sent to foreign countries”, Domas Sabaitis, Director of Baltic Post, subsidiary company of Lithuania Post, said.
According to Mr Sabaitis, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, and Denmark, i.e. the countries with the largest Lithuanian communities, are the most popular destinations for items sent via SIUNTOS24. The prices for items sent to these countries have been reduced most.
For example, the price for an item sent via the self-service terminal to Denmark varies from 65 litas, Finland and Germany – from 79 litas, Sweden – from 85 litas, to Great Britain – from 89 litas. The price to neighboring countries Latvia and Estonia is from 33.99 litas. The price depends on size – S, M, L or XL.
For customers convenience new functions to create labels and make payments have been introduced. Data about items can be entered at the website www.siuntos24.lt, and the label can be printed at a chosen parcel terminal. There is no need for the customer to enter the sender’s and addressee’s data at the parcel terminal – this can be done at home or office.
For the service one can pay at a chosen terminal. Until now, payment had to be made at once by bank transfer when entering data on items.
At present, sixty-five parcel terminals are operational in 38 Lithuanian cities. The network of the self-parcel terminals SIUNTOS24 is run by the Lithuania Post’s subsidiary company Baltic Post.