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Burger Singh, a locally owned burger restaurant in India, has announced plans to build a warehouse in Mehsana, Gujarat.
By strengthening its supply chain and increasing the effectiveness of its operations, the new facility will assist Burger Singh in providing better service to its clients in the state and the neighboring areas.
With a target of opening 48 shops in the state of Gujarat alone, this action is a part of Burger Singh’s ambitious expansion plan for the Western area of India. In Gujarat, the QSR chain has already opened 7 locations that are currently open, and 5 more are being renovated.
“These are cities where other international brands won’t go, making them the perfect market for Burger Singh to establish its presence and make a big impact,” said Rahul Seth, Co-founder of Burger Singh by adding that they see immense potential in tier 2 and tier 3 cities in the country.
The largest Made-In-India burger company, Burger Singh, is currently expanding quickly, going from 50 locations in Dec. 2021 to over 100 locations in 54 cities, with 83 operating locations and 20 under construction.
Due to its unit-level profitability and distinctive Indian flavours, the quick-service restaurant business has experienced great development in a very competitive sector. In Tier 1 cities, like as Delhi, Lucknow, and Chandigarh, Burger Singh competes with global juggernauts both in terms of volumes and the number of stores.
“Joining the Burger Singh franchise network has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. The unique menu with its signature Indian flavours, combined with its cost-effective business model, has proven to be a recipe for success. I have seen immense growth in my franchise within a very short period of time, and I am proud to be a part of such a successful brand,” added Franchise owner Bhamra Harmandarsingh.