Domino’s Pizza in expansion drive, to open 30 outlets
Domino’s Pizza franchise holder, Jubilant Food Works Lanka has
invested Rs 150 million to build a plant in Kelaniya to manufacture
pizza dough, its CEO Ajay Kaul said.
Jubilant Food CEO Ajay Kaul
Picture by Saliya Rupasinghe
Kaul told the Daily News Business that the production plant will be
completed within a short period. Manufactured pizza dough balls and
other pizza ingredients will be delivered to pizza outlets from the
The first Domino’s Pizza outlet in Sri Lanka was opened in Colombo
Jubilant Food Works Lanka Pvt Limited is planning to open 25 to 30
more outlets throughout the country in the next five years.
Kaul said around Rs 30 to 35 million will be invested on each outlet
generating over 15 direct jobs in one outlet.
Domino’s delivery promise of 30 minutes or free has been a USP of the
brand which is unmatched and unrivalled in the region.
“Sri Lanka’s post war economic boom is on the rise and the Indian
company has seen a big opening in Sri Lanka,” he said. “Expansion to Sri
Lanka is an integral part of our regional growth plans. Sri Lanka
presents a good growth opportunity for our brand.”
“We are especially delighted to enter Sri Lanka at an opportune
moment when peace and prosperity prevails and Sri Lankans are ready to
patronize a world class brand like Domino’s.” “We are confident of
delivering our goal; to bring Domino’s Pizza to more people in this
country as elsewhere in the world,” he said.
Domino’s Pizza is an iconic brand present in over 60 countries
worldwide. Jubilant Food Works will always be to provide with the best
product at the affordable price.