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Venipak is an international company providing parcel delivery services and logistic fulfilment solutions worldwide. Founded in Lithuania, the company is one of the leading parcel services in the Baltic States today (with 35 mln EUR annual revenue in 2019) and is rapidly expanding to other countries worldwide. By investing in technology, infrastructure and focusing on innovative, quality-enhancing solutions, the company continues its development and consistently pursuing the goal to become a globally recognized and trusted logistics partner being present in 40 countries, in 4 continents.


Founded in Lithuania in 2004, Venipak has become one of the largest domestic parcel services in a few years. Continuing its expansion in the neighbouring Baltic States, in 2006 the company started shipping parcels to Latvia and Estonia and in 2010 already used its’ own trademark while delivering shipments overseas. In 2011 the company was already shipping in average 20,000 packages per day.

An even more intense development of the company began after updating company’s brand in 2012. As a result, in 2019, Venipak opened its’ representative offices in Poland, Germany, Hong Kong and the United States. Being one of the leading parcel services in the Baltic States today, the company captures the fastest growth in the region - increasing it's revenue by 20-30% each year.

Important milestones:

·       In 2004, Venipak starts delivering express parcels in Lithuania.

·       In 2006, parcels start to be delivered to Latvia and Estonia.

·       In 2010, Venipak moves on to modern terminals in all Lithuanian cities (7000 m2 of common area).

·       In 2010, parcels start to be delivered to Poland.

·       In 2010, Venipak obtains an ISO 9001 certificate confirming the high-quality assurance level.

·       In 2011, on average, the company is shipping 20,000 packages per day.

·       In 2012, Venipak continues the development of its business plan and refreshes its’ trademark.

·       In 2019, Venipak opens its representative offices in Poland, Germany, Hong Kong and the United States.

Further development

Having new representative offices in Poland, Germany, Hong Kong and the United States the company plans to continue their intensive expansion during the coming years and start establishing branches in many other European countries. No less important is the project of the largest and most modern parcel terminal in Lithuania. The parcel sorting terminal with an area of 10 thousand square meters, will start to operate in Vilnius by the end of 2020. Seeking to become the leading parcel services in the Baltic region the company also plans to focus on further development of its’ services in neighbouring countries.

Types of services

Venipak company is providing the highest quality international parcel delivery services and logistic fulfilment solutions to businesses and individual customers.

·      Express delivery -  guaranteed door-to-door next business day delivery.

·      Same Day Delivery – enables to deliver goods to your customers quickly and reliably – same day for an attractive price with an ability to choose delivery time.

·      Venipak Global – offers parcels shipping to over 212 countries in the world, transportation of pallets, customs services and reliable door-to-door delivery of international shipments.

·      Venipak Fulfillment  – helps you to manage business by transferring orders from your e-mail shops into Venipak 3PL warehouse management system automatically, performing automatic generation of consignment stickers, automatic return of tracking number to buyer, delivering the goods to Post Offices, Pick up points or ‘’to the door’’.

·      Venipak Pick up – provides an opportunity to pick up your shipments in strategically convenient locations – Pick-up points, to forward the parcels to the closest Pick-up point, availability to prepay for services.

·       Venipak Drive – enables ordinary people to deliver parcels and earn money while also reducing the amount of courier work, especially during the holiday season.


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