DTC joins hands with Mother Dairy, sets up 31 kiosks at bus stops

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DTC joins hands with Mother Dairy, sets up 31 kiosks at bus stops

Wednesday, 12 June 2019 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI

The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) in association with Mother Dairy has set up 31 kiosks at its bus stops to make quality food products easily and readily available to a larger set of audience. The newly set-up kiosks will offer the entire range of Mother Dairy including products from Safal and Dhara and will be equipped with digital payment options.

The DTC has allotted space to the daily company to operate 31 kiosks, out of which 21 kiosks have been set-up at various locations of DTC’s bus depots, terminals, colonies, etc. The remaining 10 kiosks will be opened in a phased manner.

The first kiosk was inaugurated at IP Estate bus stop by Manoj Kumar Managing Director of DTC and Chaudhary, Managing Director, Mother Dairy.

“DTC has been in the forefront with providing last mile connectivity to the residents of Delhi NCR. With a daily ridership of more than 32 lakh passengers, it was only natural to join hands with another ubiquitous Delhi institution like Mother Dairy to provide convenience to the commuters as well as residents of nearby colonies,” said Kumar.

Mother Dairy has also established similar 12 kiosks at military area, police lines and offices along-with railway colonies.

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