Located at Espace Atlante, 7, rue de la Violette in Quévert, since 2008, La Poste has just performed a facelift for the Carré Pro reception area, where work began at the end of August.
On the evening of Tuesday, October 25, in the presence of elected officials and professionals, Stephanie Raoult, the institution’s temporary director of operations, set out to inaugurate this clear, airy space, where professionals and individuals find most of the postal services in letters and parcels. A small locker is installed outside, allowing parcels to be dropped off and picked up from Monday to Saturday.
36 rounds saved
I took advantage of this event to remind that this box is powered by a mail processing platform that has 95 agents offering 36 rounds. “Mail is received from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., from 5:35 p.m. The first truck leaves for Saint-Jouan-des-Guérets, before being transferred to Rennes on the industrial platform,” she said.
In order to bring back the mail that traveled at night, the postmen are there from 6:30 a.m., and they start a kind of marathon, “at an intense pace,” confirmed Allison and Ofili, the postman in charge. After distribution, the latter is distributed by bicycle (some travel 25-30 km per day). On January 1, the platform will be bundled with the Lamballe and Loudéac platform, and will be managed by Stéphanie Imbert.
Open Monday through Friday 8 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:15 PM to 5 PM, and Saturday from 8:15 AM to 1 PM.
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