Minister inspects renovated post office

Jean-Luc Delcroix, Director of the Post Office Monaco, presents to Minister Gramaglia the renovated post office. Photo: DC
Jean-Luc Delcroix, Director of the Post Office Monaco, presents to Minister Gramaglia the renovated post office. Photo: DC

On Wednesday, January 11, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Development, visited the Place des Moulins post office, which has been renovated recently with an additional service window added.

The Financial Advisory service has been moved to the post office of La Scala (Monte-Carlo). These renovations followed the closure of the Larvotto post office, as part of the redevelopment of public facilities related to the Palais de la Plage development.

The post office at Place des Moulins welcomes 93,000 customers a year. It covers a delivery area of 5,939 private mailboxes, 25 percent of all mailboxes in the Principality, and 125 businesses.

La Poste Monaco in figures distributed 16.6 million letters in 2016, a decline of 18.6 percent over the last four years. A total of 309,000 parcels were distributed in 2016, some 15 percent more than in 2015. The postal service in Monaco had an estimated turnover of €19.6 million last year, up four percent compared to 2015.

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