Hillsborough, Carriacou: The Carriacou District Post Office reached a significant milestone as it officially received its first postal van from the Grenada Postal Corporation, as per the update shared by the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government of Grenada.
According to the update by the Ministry, a special handing-over ceremony was held, symbolizing a new era of enhanced postal services and emphasizing the Corporation’s commitment to becoming the leading courier across the tri-island state.
Minister for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government, Tevin Andrews, highlighted the significance of this historic day for the Post Office, the update by the Ministry informed.
He commended the Grenada Postal Corporation for embracing the Government’s transformational agenda and encouraged other statutory bodies to follow suit.
The social media post by the Ministry further explained that this achievement demonstrates the dedication of the post office towards providing exceptional services that align with the Government’s vision for progress and development, Minister Andrews said.
Randal Robinson, Director of Post, expressed his enthusiasm for the Carriacou District Post Office’s ambitious goal to improve customer satisfaction, saying with the acquisition of the new postal van, the Post Office is poised to offer improved efficiency, reliability, and convenience to the community of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
As per the reports, Adrian Francis, Interim Chairman of the Board of Directors, underscored the importance of timely delivery and the utmost security of individuals’ mail. The introduction of the postal van will significantly contribute to achieving these objectives, ensuring that residents and businesses can rely on an efficient postal system.
With the newly acquired postal van, the Carriacou District Post Office is well-positioned to revolutionize mail delivery services across Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The vehicle will enable faster and more efficient transportation of mail, leading to reduced delivery times and increased customer satisfaction.