Safe & Green Holdings‘ subsidiary SG Echo has agreed to open three additional quick service restaurant (QSR) units for Noble Food Group, a franchisee for Domino’s.

All three stores will feature single-module units and will be located in different cities across Oregon, US.

The first unit will open in Sweet Home in Linn County, Oregon.

Installation of the first store is scheduled to take place in the fourth quarter of the current fiscal year.

The remaining two stores will be located in another two cities in Oregon. Both the QSR units are scheduled to be installed in the second quarter of 2024.

Safe & Green Holdings business development vice-president David Cross said: “We are excited to see the company’s initiative over these past years in the QSR world move forward with these types of multiple store orders.”

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Safe & Green Holdings specialises in the design, development and fabrication of modular structures to cater to its customers’ requirements for safe and green solutions across different industries.

The company said that its latest project with Noble Food Group comes after the successful design, delivery and installation of two proof-of-concept stores in Arkansas earlier this year.

Safe & Green Holdings CEO and chairman Paul Galvin said: “We are pleased that another franchisee from Domino’s has validated the tremendous value of our solutions after evaluating the units that SG Echo supplied earlier this year.

“Domino’s is not just an international powerhouse in the QSR sector, but they also understand the promise of establishing a network of sustainable, green modular storefronts. This is consistent with our objective to improve operational efficiency and foster ecological sustainability for our clients.

“Our relationship with Domino’s is one that yields benefits for both parties and we hope to supply more QSR units to an increasing number of Domino’s franchisees in the future.”

Last month, DPC Dash, the master franchisee of Domino’s Pizza in China, Hong Kong and Macau, announced that it would be boosting its store count in the country to 656.