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When sending a parcel abroad, please consider extended delivery times (information per country is updated 03.08)
Due to the Force majeure circumstances and unstable flight connections, export of parcels to most countries is taking longer than usual. We are working on finding alternative solutions (incl. substituting flight connections with road transport), but at the moment extended delivery times are to be considered.
We are also informing that due to the state of emergency the guaranteed EMS delivery times are not valid.
We are also informing that more and more countries are issuing shipments without physical contact, meaning registered mail and parcels may not have the recipient’s signature, but instead have a marking noting the delivery time made by the courier. This is deemed a sufficient document for proving that the shipment has been issued.
It is also possible to send parcels to the following countries during this state of emergency (updated 03.08).
Australia (delivery time 3 weeks or more)
Canada (delivery time 3 weeks or more)
United Arab Emirates
United States of America (delivery time 3 weeks or more).
03.08.2020Due to the Force majeure circumstances and unstable flight connections, export of parcels to most countries is taking longer than usual. We are working on finding alternative solutions (incl. substituting flight connections with road transport), but at the moment extended delivery times are to be considered.
03.07.2020A post with pictures of a truck allegedly stolen in Lithuania carrying what seem to be parcels from China is being shared on social media. The post was first shared by an anonymous Lithuanian Facebook account without any additional information and from there it spread across social media in several countries. This is false information and shipments destined to Estonia have not been compromised.
25.06.2020Nine people out of ten have received a postal parcel over the past six months, the parcel service market growth potential survey by Kantar Emor reveals. The year before, the number of parcel receivers was a third of the population. The number of courier service users has increased considerably.
04.06.2020The corona crisis brought the regular commerce and e-commerce closer to each other, said head of Omniva parcel business Andre Veskimeister at the web stream focussing on e-commerce.
25.05.2020On 25 May, Lauri Läheb will start working as Omniva’s Chief Technology Officer and management member. Läheb has led international technology and product development in different companies, including Tallink and Telia Eesti and has experience in start-up and public–private sector digitation collaboration projects.
24.04.2020Omniva and Bolt launched a pilot project to test parcel delivery using the ride-hailing platform as couriers. The pilot project will run for two weeks, during which Bolt will deliver parcels from Nurmenuku and Majaka parcel dispatch points in Tallinn.
17.04.2020Temporary parcel points issue parcels from overfilled parcel machines quickly and contact free.
16.04.2020Ahto Pärl will start working as the Omniva CFO and member of the board from 20 April 2020. He will be responsible for the sustainable development of the Omniva group’s financial domain across the Baltic States.
06.04.2020Due to the spread of the coronavirus many merchants have directed their operations to online stores, which has caused an increase in parcel volumes. According to the head of Omniva’s parcel business, Andre Veskimeister, the parcel machine network is the only supply channel of the company that has not been affected by the state of emergency restrictions.
31.03.2020Due to extraordinarily large parcel volumes in the machines, Omniva is temporarily distributing parcels from courier vans today at the Viimsi Shopping Centre and Laagri Comarket car parks. In future, such temporary solutions may pop up near other popular parcel machines as well.
26.03.2020Andre Veskimeister, Head of Parcels Business in Omniva, confirmed that in order to deliver the increasing parcel volumes to customers safely and fast, the company will introduce similar measures
15.03.2020Many companies want protect the health of their employees and have therefore reorganized their daily work as teleworking. As a result, Omniva asks all companies working from home offices to redirect their courier packages to parcel machines.
12.03.2020Since the virus spreads via respiratory droplets most likely from person to person, then shopping online and receiving the goods via unmanned shipping channels, i.e. the parcel machine is significantly safer for people than visiting a shopping mall.
06.02.2020As of last week, in several regions in China people have been instructed to stay at home at least until 9 February. Therefore, no parcels are being shipped from China during the so-called house arrest period. The virus cannot be spread to Estonia with parcels.
04.02.2020The United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union as of 1 February. The transitional period, which lasts until 31 December 2020, has now started. Everything will remain the same for the people who order and send postal items and they will move as before.
29.01.2020Last year, Omniva issued a record number of 11.4 million parcels, more than half of which were deliveries from foreign online stores and markets.
27.01.2020According to the World Health Organization’s data, the virus has the following survival times: 24-48 hours on hard surfaces, 8-12 hours on porous surfaces (clothing, paper) and a maximum of 72 hours on damp surfaces.
16.01.2020Omniva says the recent days have seen the arrival in Estonia of a large number of international shipments that piled up during the Christmas and New Year period. Each day, about 30,000-40,000 shipments, mainly from China, arrive in Estonia.
31.12.2019The most popular day for receiving parcels turned out to be 18 December, when nearly 90,000 people received a shipment.
17.12.2019At the last weekend before Christmas, Omniva will be working practically around the clock but during the holidays (24 to 26 December) and on 1 January, the busy postal workers and couriers will be off duty, which means that there will not be any deliveries to and pickups from parcel machines during this time. Post offices will also be closed on these days.
10.12.2019Parcel volumes start growing in the logistics world before December and by now, the record volumes are already here. Thanks to expanding the parcel machine network, getting the new logistics centre settled in, planning the labour force and developing the logistics process the record amount of parcels runs through Omniva incredibly smoothly.
11.11.2019The company will install 210 new parcel lockers in the Baltics during 2019 and a significant number of additional locker sections will be added to nearly one hundred existing parcel lockers.
04.10.2019The approaching busy season for the parcel world is a good time to remind everyone that parcels sent to machines are available for pickup for seven days.
25.09.2019The share of mobile telephone use has grown from 14% in 2016 to 29% in 2018, surpassing the desktop computer and almost reaching the current leader, the laptop computer.
09.09.2019Announcement of Competition Authority: Competition Authority issued AS Eesti Post the authorisation for provision of universal postal services in the next five years
06.08.2019Starting Monday, Omniva will begin delivering international parcels to parcel machines on Saaremaa Island, in Narva and all areas of Tallinn where the service was previously not provided. Over the week, all other areas in Estonia where Omniva has already installed parcel machines will be added.
23.07.2019As of 1 August, Omniva will start filling and emptying most of the parcel machines several times a day. The most popular machines in Tallinn will also get an extra third serving round to provide even faster parcel service.
17.07.2019As of July, Omniva will step-by-step start delivering international parcels from the parcel lockers in addition to post offices.
28.06.2019The bicycle trip with nearly 100 participants titled “I want to ride safely” will go along the roads of Hiiumaa on 28 and 29 June. In total, nearly 180 km of Hiiumaa roads will be ridden on, the bikers will also visit local producers and small businesses.
06.06.2019Parcel machines in Väike-Maarja, Tamsalu and Karksi-Nuia have turned out to be immensely popular among the locals. To meet the love for parcels at these locations, Omniva adds lockers to the popular parcel machines.
03.05.2019Customs information systems will be down for maintenance from 3 May to 8 May, and thus parcels that need to be declared may run late.
30.04.2019This spring, Omniva will open up its parcel terminals to international shipments. Testing of the long-awaited solution will be started in April, and international parcels will start to be more extensively delivered to parcel terminals this summer.
30.01.2019Another fake campaign that is being presented under the Eesti Post or Omniva name is being spread in the internet. The campaign includes the promise of awarding various prizes in relation to the company’s birthday. Since Omniva is not connected to the fake campaign in any manner whatsoever, we would like to urge our customers to be careful.
27.12.2018Due to limited resources and a large quantity of unprocessed international mail, Boryspil International Airport in Kiev has established a temporary embargo on the reception of goods and mail until 4 January 2019 as informed by Ukrainian postal operator Ukrposhta.
21.12.2018You can pick up and send shipments with Omniva’s parcel machines at any time around the clock, but most post offices are closed on 24–26 December and 1 January and machines are not filled or emptied.
29.11.2018Omniva was announced as the winner of the „Aasta logistikategu 2018“ (Estonian Logistics Project of the Year 2018) title for the launch of the new logistics center, in the 20th Annual Logistics Conference.
20.11.2018The expansion of the Omniva parcel machine network, which started two weeks ago, is half way through. Out of 100 new parcel machines, 52 have been installed.
11.11.2018On 4 November, Omniva moved all of their parcel sorting and parcel logistics to the new logistics centre and launched the work processes at the new place. The reorganisation related to the moving of to the logistics centre will be finalised and the new processes will be implemented in the following weeks. Due to the reorganisations, there may occur slight deviations in the processes and speed of moving parcels. We ask our customers to be understanding – the changes are carried out to provide a fast and better service in the future!
01.11.2018Ten thousand people have already suggested locations for parcel machines. See where parcel machines have been requested in your neighbourhood
30.10.2018On 5 November, Andre Veskimeister will begin working at Omniva, assuming the position of the Head of Parcels Business. Alongside the Head of Postal Services, Head of Finance, and the Chairman of the Board, the Head of Parcels Business is part of the company’s management board.
29.10.2018In November, Omniva will start the largest parcel machine expansion project in history, adding 100 parcel machines to Estonia. In order to bring world-class technology to convenient locations as close to people as possible, Omniva invites everyone to mark their desired locations of parcel machines on a map.
11.10.2018The first train full of parcel machines began its journey from China. One hundred of them will be installed in different locations in Estonia this year.
27.09.2018Today, on 27 September, The Supervisory Board of Omniva (AS Eesti Post) appointed Ansi Arumeel, Member of the Management Board , as the new Chairman of the Management Board.
27.08.2018On August 27th, the Supervisory Board of AS Eesti Post (Omniva) will announce the public competition for the position of Chairman of the Management Board.
02.08.2018According to an e-commerce research by Kantar Emor, the most popular selling items of web stores include concert, movie and theatre tickets, perfume products and electronics, while groceries, medication and repair goods are not among the favourites.
01.08.2018In the first half of 2018, Omniva’s revenues grew thanks to the group’s core business: parcels business increased by 20% throughout the Baltic region and the postal service provided in Estonia grew by 2%. In terms of the whole group, revenue decreased by 2% compared to the same period last year. The main reason was, similarly to the first quarter, the restructuring of international transit at the beginning of the year, which, by now, is on its way to recovery.
27.07.2018Omniva, the largest postal and logistics company in Estonia, is about to pilot Cleveron parcel lockers, or home parcel machines, in order to test it as one of the possible future solutions for delivering shipments.
21.06.2018Even though Omniva parcel machines work year-round and 24 hours a day, they will not be emptied or filled on the Victory Day and Midsummer Day. However, parcels will be delivered again on Monday, 25 June.
29.05.2018Estonia was granted an honourable 13th place in the 2018 Postal development report by the Universal Postal Union (UPU), involving 173 countries.
24.05.2018Omniva is installing new parcel machines in both cities and smaller settlements and is expanding its existing popular parcel machines. This year, the company plans to grow its parcel machine network in Estonia to double its size.
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