MUMBAI — Liv India Group will utilize the franchise model as a major vehicle to expand its car-cleaning outlets to 100 over the next year, according to ETAuto.com.
“Mechanized car-cleaning system is already a USD 5.97 billion business in the U.S. with more than 14,414 successful outlets and in India it is just at the threshold of picking up,” stated Liv India management vice president Jasmeet Singh, in the article.
Carwash operations in India range from simple hand washes that often lack transparency, to sophisticated jet wash technology, said the article.
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Liv India has two franchise models: Speed Wash, a stationed carwash, and Cozi Cars, a mobile detailing concept, noted the article.
The company established its first location in 2011, reported the article. It is optimistic about future profits as India’s car industry grows, reported the article.
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