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Posted On: 13 January 2020 03:14 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:21 pm

Operations commenced in Al Sailiya Central Market

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Doha, January 12 - Aswaq for food facilities management announced the commence of operations in Al Sailiya new central market. The market is built following the latest international standards to serve the needs of all categories: producer, trader and consumer. Spans over 78,000 square meters, the new central market is located in a central site, around 25 minutes away from the heart of Doha. The market is divided into several connected and air-conditioned sections, to serve the fruit and vegetable trade.

In a statement during the reporters' tour in the new market, General Manager of Aswaq Mohamed Ghaneem Al Kubaisi said that Al Sailiya new central market is a quantum leap in the field of central markets that serves producers, traders and consumers, as it includes all the capabilities and services that facilitate the management and operation of this type of markets.

Al Sailiya central market includes the traditional market that contains 52 shops, in addition to 102 shops in the retail market, as well as 50 shops in the wholesale market. Moreover, the central market includes the import products auction hall, which spans over 8,000 square meters, additionally, the market has nine cooled storages (2600 square meters), Al Kubaisi added. He also noted that Aswaq has put together a well-established operations module for the auction hall (which commenced operations officially today) to ensure operations runs smoothly and efficiently. The trucks are registered in the designated parking, then the data is crosschecked at the market entry point, the products are then placed in the auction hall. Upon completion of the auction, the products are loaded either out of the market, or to the wholesale market or to the cooled storages. He pointed out that the markets company received more than 13.000 requests to fill the shops of Al Sailiya Central Market, as well as Al Wakra central market for livestock, where requests competed for about 790 stores.

Souce: QNA
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