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Central Bank of India installs 11 PoS machines at 36th IITF to avoid cash crunch


Besides this Central Bank of India has made operational two additional ATMs to cater the needs of all the visitors and ITPO during 36st India International Trade Fair.

By PPFI Team

November 18, 2016

Central Bank of India, a leading Nationalised Bank of the country and principal banker to ITPO has made elaborate arrangements at its B/o ITPO, Pargati Maidan, New Delhi which is catering all the banking needs of ITPO, its staff, visitors, vendors and stakeholders.

The Branch Office at ITPO is extending all banking facilities in addition to the exchange of currency. A huge rush is reported at our Branch at ITPO.

Besides this Central Bank of India has made operational two additional ATMs to cater the needs of all the visitors and ITPO during 36st India International Trade Fair to extend cash withdrawal facility for the visitors. 

Shri B.S. Shekhawat, Field General Manager, Central Bank of India today visited the Bank’s stall installed at ITPO and informed that bank has made necessary arrangement to cater the need of visitors during the fair.  



Field General Manager Shri B.S. Shekhawat, alongwith Ramesh Yadav (ACP , Delhi Police) and P C Joshi  Deputy General Manager inaugurating  the Point of sales (POS) machine at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

He, alongwith some officials of bank and Delhi Police personnels, visited the Food Court at ITPO where Bank has installed 11 POS machines to mitigate the cash crunch being faced by the visitors.



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