Indian Coffee House opens 8th branch in Jabalpur

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Nov 2017 10:53:54


 

Staff Reporter,

The Indian Coffee House (ICH) opened its 8th branch in Jabalpur in the premises of Special Armed Forces 6th Battalion, Darsan Singh Thiraha, Ranjhi, on Tuesday. Now the public of Ranjhi, no need to go far outside of Ranjhi to enjoy the legacy of Aromatic Coffee and delicious and Tasty South Indian, North Indian and Chinese dishes.


The Indian Coffee House 8th branch was inaugurated by Anil Kumar Gupta (IPS), Inspector General of Police, SAF 6th Battalion, Range Ranjhi, Jabalpur. In his inaugural address, he extended greeting for the progress and success of this new branch.


Divisional Commissioner, Gulshan Bamra, MLA, Ashok Rohani, Collector (IAS) Mahesh Chandra Choudhary, Mayor, Dr. Swati Godbole, DIG B.S. Chouhan, Commandant, Kumar Saurabh, Superintendent of Police, Shashi Kant Shukla, Municipal Chairperson, Sumitra Valmiki were Guest of Honour in the function also extended their greetings to the success of the Indian Coffee House.
The Indian Coffee Workers’ Co-operative Society Limited, Jabalpur, runs the Indian Coffee Houses. An ISO certified co-operative society established in 1958 and registered under the MP Co-operative Societies Act 1960.


O K Rajagopalan, President of the ICWCS Ltd., welcomed the guests and said that, we are very happy and feels proud to open this branch at the premises of SAF 6th Battalion, Ranjhi, Jabalpur. This is our 8th branch at Jabalpur and 2nd in the Police Official premises. He also expressed sincere gratitude to the Police department Jabalpur especially to the SAF 6th Battalion, to extend their help and support and allot thespace for opening the branch at Ranjhi.


Rajagopalan also give a brief introduction of the Society that, Indian Coffee Workers’ Co-operative Society Limited, Jabalpur, established in 1958, started with very humble manner with 16 members, nominal Capital and One branch at Jabalpur. Now the Society has more than 130 branches in 19 States of India. He claimed “We never compromise with the quality of food, neat and clean and customer service.”


He also said that, the Indian Coffee House is a best example for the success of Sahakarita Andolan (Co-operative movement) as well as the best hospitality service in our country.
The continuous progress is possible to any business institution with the Customers' support and workers Co-operation only.