Nova Poshta launches modular mobile branch in de-occupied region of Ukraine

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Nova Poshta has launched a modular mobile branch in the city of Velikiy Burluk in the de-occupied Kharkiv region of Ukraine.

The branch has an area of 68m2 and consists of four collapsible modules: a 19mterrace, where the post office will be located; a customer service area with two operator workplaces, a fitting room and a table for inspecting parcels; a storage area, where there are racks with parcels and packing materials; and an area for loading and unloading cars with parcels, which has a roof to protect against precipitation. It is also equipped with heating devices and automatic sliding doors for the comfort of customers and employees. The module is also equipped with a bathroom and a sink for employees. The customer service area and storage area make up the main building and have an area of 40m2. It is open from 11am to 4pm every day except Sunday and customers can send parcels up to 10kg. About 500 parcels are issued and received through it every day.

Nova Poshta plans to manufacture and install 20 mobile offices in 2023. The mobile branch is intended to support the restoration of the Nova Poshta network and the provision of all services in de-occupied territories or where stationary buildings have suffered severe destruction. According to the organization, it takes one to two days to install and launch a modular mobile office.

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