Muscat Municipality reopened the Central Market for Vegetables and Fruits in Mawaleh partially on Saturday, April 25 after the closed it on April 24. The retail sale at the market will resume from April 29.
Muscat Municipality announced a raft of measures it is planning to develop the Central Market of Vegetables and Fruits in Mawaleh into an integrated wholesale market and shift it over to South Batinah with bigger and better facilities.
The municipality said that it started allowing three ton and above vehicles of wholesalers to enter the Market Mawaleh on Saturday, April 25 from 4am to 11am. The municipality further added that the retail sale will resume on Wednesday, April 29.
Muscat Municipality in cooperation with Oman Technology Fund (OTF) called on traders and suppliers in the market to finish registering with the online platform @AthmarOm for fruits and vegetable wholesale so as to reduce the risks of overcrowding in the market.
The municipality said that it, in coordination with Asyad Group, is planning to transfer the market from Mawaleh to Khazaen Economic City in South Batinah to create an integrated wholesale market with an area larger than the current market.
The municipality urged everyone to abide by the regulations and instructions for the benefit of people.
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