Jumboking partners with IRSDC, opens food truck at Pune railway station

With 115+ outlets in Mumbai, New Bombay, Thane & Pune, Lucknow became a new market for the company in 2019.
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Homegrown QSR chain Jumboking has opened its food truck at the Pune railway station premises.

 

The brands’ interesting and varied choice of menu suits all tastes.

 

“The vision of the IRSDC and Indian Railways has always been to serve the passengers.  Indian Railway Stations Development Cooperation Ltd. (IRSDC) has been at the forefront of transforming the landscape of Indian Railways. Going further, we hope to be of service to the IRSDC, which promises to be an integral force in launching many more unique initiatives and services for the improved satisfaction of the passengers,” shared Dheeraj Gupta, founder of Jumboking.

 

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The passengers can choose from the best of combo deals, burgers, fries, wraps, coke and thick shakes. Also, the JK super saver combo and JK loaded sides are a must have.

 

"We are proud of what IRSDC has achieved so far in Facility management segment. Going further, we are committed to work for passenger satisfaction and offer them best of amenities at affordable prices. We are also working steadfastly towards station re/development i.e. building rail malls across the country. With the support of MoR, we shall achieve our mission in near future,” added Sanjeev Lohia, Managing Director and CEO, IRSDC.

 

With 115+ outlets in Mumbai, New Bombay, Thane & Pune, Lucknow became a new market for the company in 2019.

 

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The company leverages technology to propel its customer facing and internal control systems, and has delivery tie-ups with Swiggy and Zomato to service out -of-store orders.

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