2nd note counting machines at malls open for business in India

2nd Note Catching Machines, a Delhi-based company that sells machines to restaurants and other businesses, has announced it is opening its Mumbai office for business.

The company, which started off with two office locations in Bengaluru, had previously opened its Bengaluru office in 2013.

It had recently expanded its Mumbai and Kolkata offices in December.

The company says it has invested in its machines, and the machines are now ready to run in any setting, including the office.

It has also started accepting reservations for new machines.

The machines, which have an internal circuit board and operate at a nominal charge of Rs. 30 per day, have been in production since late 2014.

They were introduced by a Chennai-based brand called Lumi.

The machines cost between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 10,000, depending on the size of the machine and the area of the restaurant.

The units have a minimum charge of 50 paise per day.

Lumi has already started accepting applications from restaurants.

A customer’s name is recorded in a database and the company can track how many customers have visited the machines in a given time period.

Lumi said it had also been looking for more locations for its machines.

“We have now opened our first office in Mumbai and the Mumbai office is the first of its kind in the country,” it said.