Giorgi Abakelia, Head of Marketing Projects of the International Brand of Bolt Georgia, assesses the impact of COVID-19 on the company's activities with BM.GE and notes that they face certain challenges.
"Actually, state of emergency turns out more challenging comparing to quarantine," said Giorgi Abakelia.
According to him, the company operates according to the restrictions that apply in Georgia today.
"The situation in the country has affected our company as well. Our drivers' working hours have been limited as part of “State of Emergency". Until now, we have been providing 24 hours a day to ensure that our service is accessible to our customers. In addition to the change in working hours, security measures have been tightened and the policy of transporting passengers has been changed. In particular, the limit on the number of passengers. (The driver has the right to carry a maximum of 2 passengers.)
"Actually, state of emergency turns out more challenging comparing to quarantine. Our concern is to bring the corporate clients safely to the destination and timely return of the driver to home at the end of working hours”, Giorgi Abakelia explained.
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