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CNA appointed exclusive vendor for magazines at Delhi Airport’s Terminal-3; e4m Group publications to get international visibility

24-July-2010
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CNA appointed exclusive vendor for magazines at Delhi Airport’s Terminal-3; e4m Group publications to get international visibility

CNA India Group has been appointed as the exclusive vendor for magazines for the newly-opened Terminal-3 at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi Airport for seven outlets operated by WH Smith.

exchange4media Group publications – impact, Pitch, Franchise Plus and Realty Plus – been shortlisted for display and sale at these WH Smith outlets.

The terminal will have also have two more outlets run by Media Mart and one by Odyssey.

With a floor space of 6.4 million sq ft, 92 automatic walkways and 78 aerobridges, Terminal-3 is India’s biggest and the world’s eighth largest in the world. The showcase terminal provides high visibility to merchandisers present in the premises, and with the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Delhi, passenger traffic will be quite high.

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