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  1. Mahindra & Mahindra’s services arm aims 400 service outlets this fiscal

Mahindra & Mahindra’s services arm aims 400 service outlets this fiscal

Mahindra First Choice Services (MFCS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra, today said it plans to take the numebr of its service outlets to 400 this fiscal at an investment of about Rs 350 crore. “In the begining of the year we had around 100 service outlets and by the end of the FY17, […]

By: | Kolkata | Published: June 20, 2016 9:53 PM
"In the begining of the year we had around 100 service outlets and by the end of the FY17, we target to have 400 outlets across the country including north-east. The market is worth Rs 20,000 crore," MFCS CEO YVS Vijaykumar told PTI here today. (Reuters) “In the begining of the year we had around 100 service outlets and by the end of the FY17, we target to have 400 outlets across the country including north-east. The market is worth Rs 20,000 crore,” MFCS CEO YVS Vijaykumar told PTI here today. (Reuters)

Mahindra First Choice Services (MFCS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra, today said it plans to take the numebr of its service outlets to 400 this fiscal at an investment of about Rs 350 crore.

“In the begining of the year we had around 100 service outlets and by the end of the FY17, we target to have 400 outlets across the country including north-east. The market is worth Rs 20,000 crore,” MFCS CEO YVS Vijaykumar told PTI here today.

“The total investment would be Rs 300 crore for the outlets which will come from franchisees, while we would be spending Rs 40-50 crore in IT infrastructure and related expenditures during the year,” he said.

The multi-brand car service company would ramp up the number of workshops to 500 by the end of FY’18. As for its warehouses, it already has 25 of them and 18 more are being added up during the year, he said.

The company in recent times are opening service outlets in the eastern states and unveiled their first outlet in Kolkata today.

Vijaykumar said majority of the new servcie stations are coming up at tier II and III cities due to multiple advantages.

“Our service cost is 15 to 40 per cent lower than the single brand service stations which accounts for 50 per cent of the passenger car service market,” Vijaykumar claimed.

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