Following the decision of the Council of Latvijas Pasts, Beāte Krauze-Čebotare has become CEO of Latvijas Pasts and Jānis Kūliņš is now a board member and chief commercial officer (CCO).
“The new future development strategy of Latvijas Pasts is highly ambitious,” commented Raimonds Dūda, chairman of the Council of Latvijas Pasts. The post envisages a substantial transformation and accelerated development of the business areas of item delivery, transit and financial services, with the goal of offering the most appropriate solutions for customer needs. For this reason, the Council decided to considerably enhance the capabilities and competencies of the company’s management team.
“Both Beāte and Jānis have extensive experience in managing companies and teams and are recognized professionals in their fields. Therefore there is no doubt that their addition to the management team of Latvijas Pasts will reinforce the management team’s professional competencies and facilitate the company’s successful and efficient achievement of its strategic objectives,” continued Dūda.
Beāte Krauze-Čebotare has wide experience in company management, having served as manager and board member of the item delivery company Omniva Latvija for six years. Before that, she spent 11 years with Swedbank AS, during the last four of which she led the cash management department, which oversees various types of cash flow management solutions for entrepreneurs.
“Latvijas Pasts, which provides functions that are vital for the Latvian state, is a company with significant growth potential,” said Krauze-Čebotare. “My priorities will be the achievement of the company’s strategic goals, positioning it as one of the leaders in the field in the Baltics and ensuring the efficient and sustainable future development of the company.”
Jānis Kūliņš, who will now serve as a board member of Latvijas Pasts with responsibility for business development, has spent nearly 17 years in various leadership positions at the pharmacy chain Apotheka, including more than 13 years as executive director and 15 years as board member.
According to Dūda, the main tasks of the company’s board in the coming years will be the successful implementation of the new Baltic strategy, improvement of the company’s internal culture and service quality, optimization and enhancement of business operations, as well as the introduction of new services and the expansion of existing services while strengthening its leadership position in item shipment and transit in the Baltics. In addition, one of the company’s priorities is the implementation of the fundamental principles of sustainable business in operational and administrative work.
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