“It is necessary to create modern infrastructure for storing and delivering the goods to consumers, which will remove the network of inefficient intermediaries and enable us to establish a transparent level of marginality throughout the value chain. In addition, a direct marketing channel for domestic producers will appear, eliminating inefficient intermediaries. Infrastructure will be created for storage and efficient distribution of products," he said at the session of the Government.
Within the framework of the commodity distribution infrastructure, the Government plans to establish 15 agrological centers.
“The centers will be located near manufacturers and will collect, store and provide primary processing of goods. A network of wholesale distribution centers will also be created. These multifunctional centers will become a meeting place for manufacturers and buyers, and the logistics of goods delivery will be optimized. We have set the deadlines and chosen the places for the establishment of the system," he said.
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