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Sapphire Media installs 310 screens at Delhi Metro Pink Line stations

By N Jayalakshmi - November 17, 2021

The Pink Line (Line 7) covers a length of 58.43 km and is the longest individual line of Delhi Metro, passing alongside the busy Ring Road in Delhi

Sapphire Media Services has installed 310 screens at key locations inside 31 stations of Delhi Metro Pink Line -7. Each Metro station has 10 LED Screens.

The Pink Line (Line 7) of Delhi Metro connects Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar, covering a length of 58.43 kilometers and is the longest individual line of Delhi Metro, breaking the record set by the operational Blue Line.

The Pink Line, which became operational from March 14, 2018, is mostly elevated and known as the Ring Road Line, as it passes alongside the busy Ring Road in Delhi that witnesses massive traffic jams every day. The Pink Line has interchanges with most of the operational lines of the network.

Says Sahil Mangla, Founder & Director of the company, “We at Sapphire Media Services always prefer to embark on deals that are beneficial to our clients. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is one of the most sought-after destinations in Delhi, offering unique advertising propositions to brands.”

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