Business news from Ukraine

MEEST RESTARTS DELIVERY OF PARCELS FROM CHINA TO UKRAINE

The Meest international postal and logistics group with Ukrainian roots, through its subsidiary Meest China, has resumed the purchase and delivery of goods from China to Ukraine.
According to the company’s announcement on Wednesday, delivery to Ukraine of both postal items and commercial cargo is available.
Earlier, Meest resumed international delivery of parcels to the countries of the European Union: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
At the same time, the company said on its website that due to the war on the territory of Ukraine [which Russia unleashed with its invasion on February 24] and the introduction of martial law in the country, the delivery time for international shipments to European countries may be extended and will depend on further development situations.

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LOGISTICS OPERATOR MEEST EXPRESS LAUNCHES OWN AIR DELIVERY FROM UNITED STATES TO UKRAINE

The postal and logistics operator Trade House Meest Express LLC (Meest Express, Lviv) has launched air delivery from the United States to Lviv.
“Meest is the first Ukrainian postal and logistic company with its own air delivery from the United States. Today we met the charter flight we rented in Lviv – Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner of the LOT airline – with parcels of our dear customers,” President of Meest Rostyslav Kysil wrote on his Facebook page.
He also said that this flight was the first transatlantic flight in Lviv.
The Lviv international airport said in a report that the Polish airline LOT performed the first test flight for Meest Express.
“We are very pleased with the opening of long-haul cargo transportation to Lviv. Since the onset of the aviation crisis, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have actively switched to finding alternative sources of income… Today, we have a beautiful Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner cargo aircraft from the airline LOT, performing a test presentation flight. Next, we will continue to work on which airline will deliver goods to Lviv,” Director General of the Lviv airport Tetiana Romanovska said.
According to her, the opening of such flights will save the situation with the financial condition of the enterprise and will provide an opportunity to improve it in the winter.
“From now on, the Lviv airport becomes not only a passenger, but also a cargo aviation hub,” Romanovska said.
Meest Group is part of Meest Corporation Inc. (Toronto, Canada). It provides postal and logistics services in 20 countries: Canada, the United States, Ukraine, Australia, Germany, the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Poland, China, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Israel.

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MEEST LAUNCHES AIR DELIVERY OF COMMERCIAL CARGO FROM CHINA TO UKRAINE

Meest China, which is part of Meest group of companies, has launched direct air delivery of commercial freight to Ukraine from China. Meest said on its Facebook page that flights will be operated on Beijing-Boryspil and Guangzhou-Boryspil routes twice a week. Cargoes are accepted in volumes of three cubic meters, which is convenient for small and medium-size entrepreneurs.
Meest Group (part of Meest Corporation Inc., Toronto, Canada) provides postal and logistics services in 20 countries in particular, Canada, the United States, Ukraine, Australia, Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Poland, China, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Israel.
In Ukraine, the group is represented by the postal and logistics operator Meest Express, which has been providing targeted delivery services since 2005.

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