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““Ventspils nafta” terminals” participates in the RTU Career Day for the third year

March 4, 2016 / News

With a view to introduce students to the company and its internship opportunities, for the third year, ““Ventspils nafta” terminals” (VNT) participated in the Career Day organised by Riga Technical University at the International Exhibition Centre Ķīpsala on March 3. Visitors of VNT’s stand could find out about the internship and involvement opportunities provided by the company, as well as look at samples of different oil products.

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VNT has been repeatedly recognised as the best employer in the Kurzeme region

February 26, 2016 / News

On Thursday, February 25, for the second year in row ““Ventspils nafta” terminals” (VNT) received the award in category “Best Employer in Kurzeme Region”, which was presented by the online recruitment company “CV-Online Latvia”. VNT was recognised as the most desirable employer in Kurzeme, in turn in Zemgale it was JSC “Dobeles dzirnavnieks”, in Vidzeme – JSC “Cēsu alus”, and in Latgale – JSC “Latvijas maiznieks”.

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Employees of ““Ventspils nafta” termināls” were shadowed by 7 pupils

February 15, 2016 / News

On the Shadow Day on February 10, 2016, ““Ventspils nafta” terminals (VNT) welcomed seven pupils – five of them were from the Ventspils 6th Secondary School, one from the Ventspils 1st Primary School and one from the Ventspils 1st Gymnasium. The pupils shadowed VNT’s Managing Director Lars Patzlaff, Operations Director Vilnis Riekstiņš, Head of Fire Safety and Rescue Arvis Kņazs and Communication Project Manager Janīna Biteniece.

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In 2015 VNT has transhipped more than 9 million tons

February 5, 2016 / News

In the twelve months of the past year, JSC “Ventspils nafta” subsidiary ““Ventspils nafta” terminals” Ltd (VNT) transhipped 9.2 million tons of cargo in this time period (2014 – 10.58 million tons). In turn “LatRosTrans” Ltd (LRT) transhipped 4.7 million tons of petroleum products (2014 – 5.7 million tons).

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