Bridgestone India launches contactless pick and drop service
In order to offer a safer experience during the present COVID-19 situation, Bridgestone India has introduced a unique contactless pick and drop service. The company mentions that the new service is aimed at helping consumers book a valet to get all their tyre-related needs and services addressed from their homes. The initiative also lets the consumers track the vehicles once they leave their homes to the time they return. In its initial phase, the service is being offered in Mumbai, Pune, Ahmadabad, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Gurugram, Lucknow, Guwahati, Kolkata, Jaipur, Indore. The cities of Kanpur, Surat, Chandigarh, Nagpur, and Goa will follow soon.
The Pick Up and Drop Service by Bridgestone caters to all tyre-related needs and requirements of the consumers, ranging from wheel alignment, balancing or fitting new ones. The service extends to new purchases as well as existing tyres. Booking of the Pick-Up and Drop Service can be done on the official company website.
"At Bridgestone, we are committed to Serving Society with Superior Quality. This is reflected through our offerings as well as in the services we provide to our consumers. In the New Normal, customer and channel partner safety is our number one priority. Our Contactless Pick Up and Drop Service is designed to ensure complete safety of our consumers, valet and channel partners with high standards of sanitization and social distancing. While our valet partners will ensure complete contactless and hygienic customer experience, additionally the valet will sanitise the car at delivery to ensure complete peace of mind and convenience for our customers." commented, Rajarshi Moitra, Consumer Business Head.
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