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Sindhu Holding wins trolley rights at IGI Airport’s new Terminal 3

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Sindhu Holding wins trolley rights at IGI Airport’s new Terminal 3

Sindhu Holding, the parent company of Hari Bhoomi, has won the trolley rights at the Indira Gandhi International Airport’s newly opened Terminal 3. The contract is for three years. A tender was floated two months’ back in which several OOH agencies had taken part. Times OOH is handling the advertising for the airport.

Confirming the development to exchange4media, SS Kataria, VP – Marketing, Hari Bhoomi, said, “We are really happy to win the rights of advertising on trolleys for the new Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi Airport. Sindhu Holding also has trolley rights at the Chennai and Raipur airports.”

Kataria further said, “We have won the advertising rights for 6,000 trolleys at Terminal 3.”


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