According to Bo Henriksson, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, the candidate is expected to have a good knowledge of the logistics and e-commerce business, the experience of managing a company oriented towards customer service, and the ability to manage the company in a rapidly developing field such as e‑commerce today.
Omniva offers the challenge of managing one of the largest logistics companies in the Baltics. The company has a key role to play in promoting the Estonian economy.
With a strong focus, the head of the company ensures the provision of high quality postal services in Estonia and the lead position in the field of parcel machine services in the Baltics. The head of the company also develops co-operation with international postal and logistics companies and introduces new products to the market that bring value to e-merchants and their customers.
The competition for the position of Chairman of the Management Board is organised by the Supervisory Board of the company. The Supervisory Board will also contact the appropriate candidates.
The confidentiality of all participants in the competition is guaranteed. AS Eesti Post will not disclose the names or any other personal data of the candidates.
The main area of activity of AS Eesti Post is the provision of postal, logistic, and information logistics services and the handling of e-invoices. In addition to its parent company, the group consists of subsidiaries and affiliated companies. The main area of activity of SIA Omniva and UAB Omniva LT is the provision of parcel machine and courier services in the Latvian and Lithuanian markets. AS Maksekeskus provides payment solutions to companies engaged in e-commerce in the Baltics. Post11 offers e-merchants holistic international logistics solutions for delivering goods around the world.
In terms of ownership, AS Eesti Post is a state-owned company. The owner of AS Eesti Post is the Republic of Estonia. Eesti Post has up to five members in the Management Board, the group employs 2,300 people across the Baltics, and the turnover in 2017 was 99.8 million euros.