IOC inks pact with NSG for fuel supply

Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the nation's largest oil company, has signed a pact with National Security Guard (NSG) for supply of fuels and lubricants.

IOC will cater to all fuel requirements of NSG, the company said in a statement here.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between IOC's Chief Manager (Marketing Coordination) and Alok Kumar, DIG (Prov) in NSG here.

Speaking on the occasion, IOC General Manager (Marketing Coordination) Sunil Puri said it is a privilege for IOC to supply fuel and lubricant to such a prestigious force, which provides security to the Constitutional and high profile dignitaries in the country.

Kumar said IOC has always been a trusted partner and that NSG could bank upon the company for meeting their various fuel requirements, overcoming all odds every time and on time.


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