Domino’s Pizza has announced its expansion by doubling its e-catering service with Indian Railways. It will increase its delivery periphery from the existing 60 stations to 130 stations and more in near future.
“The expansion is a result of the positive response received by IRCTC to make available hygienic, fresh and quality food to its passengers,” Jubilant FoodWorks, the franchisee for Domino’s issued a statement, as quoted by The Economic Times in saying.
Both Domino’s and Railways have entered a tie up in February 2015 and Pizzas will now be a part of IRCTC’s e-catering service named ‘Food on Track’.
Jubilant FoodWorks also stated that Domino’s cater more than a thousand Pizza orders to Indian Railways passengers travelling to tier-1, tier-2 and tier-3 Indian cities.
“We are gearing up to widen our menu. The opportunity for us to grow this partnership is immense and with approaching summer vacations, we are anticipating increased demand,” stated CEO Jubilant FoodWorks, Ajay Kaul, as quoted by The Economic Times in saying.