VILNIUS – Belintertrans Baltic, the Klaipeda transport and expedition company operated by Belarus' state-run railway transport and logistics center Belintertrans, posted 27.934 million euros in revenue for 2016, down by 3.8 percent, from 29.041 million euros, year-on-year.
The company last year netted a profit of 182,200 after sustaining 567,600 euros in loss in 2015, Belintertrans Baltic said in its 2016 report to the Center of Registers.
Belintertrans Baltic said it handled a total of 53,100 train cars last year, up by 19.1 percent from the year before. Oil refinery Orlen Lietuva is one of the company's biggest clients.
Belintertrans owns a 100-percent stake in the Lithuanian company.