CTT introduce portable “post office counter” for purchasing stamps and sending/receiving parcels

On Thursday, the postal operator revealed “an innovative project that transforms mailboxes into authentic 24-hour self-service stores.”

In what can be considered another step in their modernization strategy, CTT – Correios de Portugal are introducing the “next-generation mailboxes,” structures that operate as 24-hour self-service stores offering various services.

The first next-generation mailbox is located in Lisbon, specifically on Rua Braamcamp, between Marquês de Pombal and Rato, and is expected to be replicated in the main cities of the country, according to CTT.

In a statement released on Thursday, the company explains that these solutions will “gradually replace some of the existing ‘special mailboxes’ in various cities.

The next-generation mailboxes make it possible to send and receive parcels in the Locky locker, as well as purchase postal products through a vending machine. Additionally, these structures will “continue to allow the placement of mail in the mail receptacle while communicating news from the CTT universe on the two LED screens.”

“This new solution developed internally at CTT, in partnership with national suppliers, is further proof of CTT’s modernization capabilities, creating innovative and distinctive solutions for greater convenience for all those who use not only postal services, but increasingly express delivery and parcel services,” emphasizes the company in the same statement.


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