McDonald's said on Friday it has signed an agreement with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd to open restaurants at the latter's retail outlets in Kolkata and Delhi.
"The tie-up is in line with our strategy to expand across all our restaurant formats, including High Street, Highway and Drive Thru," McDonald's India MD and JVP (North and East) Vikram Bakshi said in a statement.
Under the pan India agreement, McDonald's will open 'Full scale' and 'Free standing with Drive Thru' restaurants at select HPCL's retail outlets
"As part of HPCL's retail strategy, a customercentric Retail Value Proposition has been developed and it is centered around creating customer pull by providing differentiated offers at the outlets," HPCL ED-Retail S P Chaudhry said.
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