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Motor parts traders� body members given pandemic-specific instructions

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GUWAHATI, June 16 - The Guwahati Motor-Parts Traders Association, in its executive committee meeting held recently, decided to limit the business hours in its members� business entities from 9 am to 5.30 pm.

The new rule will be applicable for five working days, i.e. from Monday to Friday. For Saturdays, the time limit will be from 9 am to 2 pm.

It also urged all motor-parts shops of the city to keep their business entities closed on Sundays.

Moreover, in view of the ongoing situation, the Association appealed to its members to keep the number of employees limited on other working days, and to avoid unnecessary crowds in their respective shops.

The Association also directed its members to make arrangements for thermal scanner, sanitizer, mask, etc., at their business places and to use online payment modes like NEFT, RTGS, or other digital payment facilities, instead of cash and cheques.

It also urged the sales and marketing executives of various companies to perform their activities from their office or from home only and to avoid visiting any dealer or vendor, unless it is deemed absolutely unavoidable.

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Motor parts traders� body members given pandemic-specific instructions

GUWAHATI, June 16 - The Guwahati Motor-Parts Traders Association, in its executive committee meeting held recently, decided to limit the business hours in its members� business entities from 9 am to 5.30 pm.

The new rule will be applicable for five working days, i.e. from Monday to Friday. For Saturdays, the time limit will be from 9 am to 2 pm.

It also urged all motor-parts shops of the city to keep their business entities closed on Sundays.

Moreover, in view of the ongoing situation, the Association appealed to its members to keep the number of employees limited on other working days, and to avoid unnecessary crowds in their respective shops.

The Association also directed its members to make arrangements for thermal scanner, sanitizer, mask, etc., at their business places and to use online payment modes like NEFT, RTGS, or other digital payment facilities, instead of cash and cheques.

It also urged the sales and marketing executives of various companies to perform their activities from their office or from home only and to avoid visiting any dealer or vendor, unless it is deemed absolutely unavoidable.

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