3rd April 2021, Kathmandu
The MoU signed in presence of Amir Pratap Rana, Chairman of the Bank’s Board of Directors, Suman Ramazhi, Chairman of Upaya City Cargo, Bishwas Dhakal of F1 Soft International, and Baljit Bohra, Head of SIP Nepal under UK Aid.
Kumari Bank and Upaya City Cargo’s key goal is to make the unexpectedly operated transportation industry more organized. And efficient by training pick-up driver-partners associated with Upaya City Cargo in QR code and digital payment system.
This partnership will change forever Nepal’s normal way of business and transactions.
Kumari Bank will provide facilities to the measures’ driver-partners. As well as additional services such as concessional loans, life insurance, a minimum down payment, and an EMI payment option, as part of this partnership.