USC will start Mobile Utility Van Services within two next days

USC announced that USC is expanding its well-equipped ‘Mobile Utility Van services’ which hopefully to start within two next days for facilitating citizens living far flung areas of the country.

USC will start Mobile Utility Van Services within two next days

Managing Director USC Umer Lodhi said that the main purpose of this Mobile Utility Van Services is to provide various facilities at people’s doorsteps and to provide kitchen food items to masses on subsidized fair prices.

He announced that USC also planned to introduce Utility stores’ Home delivery’ services which will start after the approval of proposal.

He informed that current government is providing billions rupees to the USC and ensure adequate supplies of essential commodities at all over country’s outlets.

He claimed that adequate stock of Sugar, Wheat, flour, rice, ghee and pulses are available with the corporation and on receiving complaints of shortage of such items, strict action was being taken to resolve the problems immediately.

He told that staff of all Utility Stores was engaged in serving the people despite facing threat of Coronavirus with different shifts and management providing them all protective gears for the safety of employees.

He further told that precautionary measures had been made necessary at all outlets of USC to protect our working staff as well as the buying consumers from the deadly virus.

He added that USC management is busy around the clock to facilitate its consumers with huge stock at affordable subsidize prices, adding, we will also provide rations to the needy at their doorstep.

He further added that we are drafting out a plan to provide ration to labourers and daily wagers under Prime Minister’s relief package, however the scheme would be finalized within a week. I am also working on developing a data entry portal.

He expressed that a total of Rs50 billion was allocated by the premier for this project. The plan is going in accordance with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s instructions.