Alinz Portable Petrol Pumps said on Wednesday that it has tied up with Czech firm Petrocard to set up four manufacturing units in India to make machines for such pumps at an investment of ₹1,600 crore.
The concept of portable petrol pumps is new to India, which has been approved by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Alinz managing director Inderjeet Pruthi told reporters in Delhi.
The approval was given by the ministry on 10 August, he added. “We would soon be able see an unmanned fuelling station where we, on our own can refuel our vehicle making digital payment,” Pruthi said.
“The market of portable pumps will grow here. We have joined hands with Czech firm Petrocard, our technology partner, and have plans and target to set up four facilities to manufacture portable petrol pump machines in India at investment amount of ₹1,600 crore based on the market, states and oil marketing companies response and cooperation,” he said. Read more
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