Opening date of Al Wakra Market
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior has visited the new Al Wakra Central Market to inspect the progress of the work of the market.
The market is scheduled to open before the end of the year.
The market is divided into several sections to serve the livestock trade: barns, automated slaughterhouse, shops, hypermarkets, service shops, and administrative offices.
The barns section includes more than 600 shaded storage and display sheds aligned with international specifications and sizes. The fodder storage area is more than 5200 square meters.
All retail, wholesale and hypermarket sections at the market are air-conditioned.
With some 102 shops, the market will support the main activity such as fodder, grain, veterinary and supplies.
Moreover, the retail section comprises 76 shops that sell vegetables and fruits, dried fruits, honey, and dates as well as the traditional market.
Six service shops are allocated for the cafeteria, supermarket, and restaurants.