Posti Group Corporation (previously Itella during 2007–2015) is the main Finnish postal service delivering mail and parcels in Finland. The State of Finland is the sole shareholder of the company. Posti Ltd has a universal service obligation that entails weekday deliveries of letters and parcels in all of Finland’s municipalities. Posti’s head office is located in Pohjois-Pasila in Helsinki and in 2014, the group employed an average of 27,253 persons. Posti’s history spans nearly 400 years. The Finnish company is divided into four business groups: Postal Services, Parcel and Logistics Services, Itella Russia and OpusCapita. Posti’s net sales in 2014 amounted to EUR 1,650 million. Posti has 22,000 employees. Of the net sales, approximately 96% comes from businesses and organizations. The company’s key customer sectors are commerce, services and media. As of 2015[update] the group is headed by Heikki Malinen, and Arto Hiltunen is Chairman of the Board of Directors. The company has operations in ten countries: Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Russia and Estonia. Åland Post is the independent postal operator for the Åland Islands.