TARAKAN - Department of Industry Trade Cooperatives (Disperindagkop) and SMEs Tarakan city insisted begin Monday, July 11, 2011 bottles of gasoline retail merchants should no longer trading at the roadside to serve motorists and automobiles.
"If we still find a bottle retail gasoline dealers who sell at the roadside and to serve bikers and cars, we will pull its membership," said Chief Disperindangkop and SMEs City of Tarakan, Alex Sandra, on Friday (07/08/2011) in the Multipurpose Room To City Government Tarakan.
Alex revealed that retail gasoline dealers bottle is only allowed to sell gasoline or subsidized fuel to fishing, small-medium industrial and marine transportation as a small speedboat.
"We do this because it will qualify for the subsidized fuel is fishing, small and medium indsutri. In addition, so that no more long lines at the pump motors and cars, "he said.
Alex said, a bottle of gasoline retail traders have been accommodated in the Cooperative Enterprise Business Solutions Work Together Forward. There are 226 registered traders who join the cooperative.
Even as a form of commitment, that the bottle retail gasoline dealers no longer sell on the roadside to serve bikers and cars, the institute together with representatives of Enterprise Business Solutions Cooperative Work Together Forward has signed a waiver.
The letter contains the statement, all members of the cooperative to supply fuel to the marine transportation bersubdidi, medium and small fishing industry. Violation of the statement to result in revocation of cooperative membership.
While Secretary of Cooperative Enterprise Business Solutions Work Together Forward, Abdul Rohim revealed, it receives a predetermined agreement and SMEs Disperindagkop Tarakan City.
"We accept this agreement, the important thing is we are still selling petrol and given rations to buy in the APMS, even though we only serve the fishermen, small and medium industries, and marine transportation," he said.
Editor: Reza Rashid Umar
Sumber: Tribun Kaltim
Sources: kaltim.tribunnews.com (July 8, 2011)