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Canada’s Tim Hortons to start operations in Pakistan soon

As we continue to grow Tim Hortons around the world: Tims is opening in Pakistan this year.

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Canada’s popular and largest restaurant chain Tim Hortons is set to launch operations in Pakistan this year. The restaurant will open its first outlet in Lahore with plans to expand across Pakistan.

The company took to its social media to announce its entry into Pakistan. “As we continue to grow Tim Hortons around the world: Tims is opening in Pakistan this year,” the company posted on its official LinkedIn account.

Tim Hortons is known for its doughnuts and coffee. The opening of Tim Hortons in Pakistan is vital for the economic boost that is struggling for Foreign Direct Investments.

Tim Hortons has over 5100 restaurants across 13 countries including the United Kingdom, United States, Mexico, Spain, China, Thailand, Philippines, and the Middle East.

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Back in March, the restaurant announced to introduce its operations in India. The first outlet will be opened in New Delhi with a plan to establish itself at 300 locations in the country over the next ten years.

Tim Hortons carries Canadian roots with design elements like the Maple leaf, red plaids, and hockey sticks. The restaurant serves globally original Canadian classics like Double Double™ coffees and Timbits™ along with local flavors in each market.

The restaurant first started its operation in 1964. Tim Hortons is Canada’s largest restaurant chain operating in the quick-service industry with more than 4,000 restaurants across the country.

Earlier, Turkish chef, Burak Ozdemir, had announced to open a Turkish cuisine restaurant in Pakistan soon in the spirit of Pak-Turk friendship. He invited Pakistani people to come and eat good food at the restaurant he will open soon in Pakistan.

The announcement came during his four-day trip to Pakistan. Ozdemir had reached Pakistan on Saturday. He had an engaging tour in Pakistan where he met various social and political personalities.