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News of theme "Forward planning"
11 January 2017 Press release

Marie-Pierre Gramaglia visite le bureau de poste de la place des Moulins rénové

Today, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Development, visited the post office in the Place des Moulins, which has been renovated recently by the Public Buildings Maintenance Office.

The improvements involved creating a 3rd counter and a counter for people with disabilities.  In addition, the activities of the Financial Advisor have been transferred to the La Scala post office (Monte-Carlo).  These renovations followed the closure of the Larvotto office, as part of the redevelopment of public facilities in connection with the "Palais de la Plage" project.

The post office in the Place des Moulins serves 93,000 customers per year.  It covers a sector with 5,939 private letter boxes (25% of the total number of letter boxes in the Principality) and 125 businesses.

Monaco Post Office - a few statistics:

  • 16.6 million letters delivered in 2016 (i.e.  – 18.6% over the past four years)
  • 309,000 parcels delivered in 2016 (15% more than in 2015)
  • 216,000 Chronopost items delivered, of which 11% in December (56.6% more over the past four years)
  • An estimated turnover of 19.6 million in 2016 (+4% in comparison with 2015).

A report is available on Monaco Info.

© Charly Gallo / Direction de la Communication

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