Preparations for the establishment of a network of qualified coal suppliers (KDW) have been going on for several months, and the designation of partners to operate the warehouses was announced in June. last week PGG announced the launch of the network as of next Tuesday, and on Monday revealed more details about the project.
The network of qualified coal suppliers covers the whole country
As follows From PGG informationAfter the first four warehouses are available, the number of qualified suppliers will be gradually added – until the network covers the entire country.
Over the next few days, more than 20 PGG suppliers will appear […] including. In the county Zachodniopomorskie, Pomorskie, Warmińsko-Mazurskie, Wielkopolskie, Świętokrzyskie, Lubelskie, Mazowieckie, ódzkie, Podkarpackie, Dolnośląskie and Małopolskie. The company informed that KDW’s network of warehouses will eventually spread across the country.
Qualified suppliers They will transport the coal purchased by customers in the online store to the warehouses located in the buyers place of residence and distribute the raw materials to the final recipients. This will make it easier for customers to collect the required raw materials Without the need to organize transportation yourself.
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“The network will be systematically expanded to include other provinces and provinces,” PGG spokesman Tomasz Jogowski said on Monday. He stressed that the company’s launch of a network of its suppliers provides a unified standard for logistics services at the lowest possible transportation prices for end customers.
PGG guarantees that The selection of KDW network partners was open and transparent – Every businessman can participate in it, the main criterion is the price of the delivery service.
When announcing recruitment for qualified suppliers in June, the company outlined requirements: PGG partners must have, among other things, with hardened and insured coal storage. The warehouse must be secured and have the necessary infrastructure: certified scales and suitable vehicles capable of collecting from the mine coal and delivered to the final recipients.
Some coal depots and carriers did not accept the terms imposed by PGG. On Tuesday, their representatives announced a protest in front of Rybnik’s management headquarters for the Jankowice mine – part of PGG’s ROW mine.
The group is currently considering adjusting the sales system in its mines in terms of, among other things, the elderly and those without internet access, however, the online store and related network of qualified coal suppliers will remain the main distribution channel for coal heating.
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