Al-Kashi for “Al Jarida”: Relying only on delivery will not help some “cooperatives”
Fahd al-Kashi, president of the Federation of Cooperatives, confirmed that operating an automated pre-reservation system (barcode) to visit central markets and cooperative branches is best to serve all consumers during periods of partial curfew There is a solution, which will be effective from 5 pm to 5 pm on the following Sunday.
Al-Kashti told al-Jarida that “limiting the case, in the process of ordering only houses, during the period of the ban, will not help some” cooperatives “, especially in areas that are citizens and residents. There are crowded with people who need, in addition to need, a fleet of cars to meet the needs of their residents. “To obtain hundreds of non-risk permits to workers who will deliver.”
He said that the “Union strongly supports the re-operation of the” barcode “and will move in this direction,” indicating that there are meetings in this regard which are held with the concerned authorities to determine the necessary arrangements and working mechanisms. Will go.
Al-Kashti stressed that the union is keen to provide commodities, foods and consumer goods within central markets and cooperative branches and to provide the best marketing services to all consumers, citizens and residents.