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SE Railway freight handling grows by 9.04 per cent

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

South Eastern Railway registered 9.04 per cent growth in freight handling at 70.93 million tonnes during April-September compared to 65.05 million tonnes loaded in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal.

As a result of the better loading performance, SE Railway generated freight earnings of Rs 5,137.11 crore during April- September this fiscal, which is Rs 208.71 crore more than the corresponding period last fiscal, clocking a growth of 4.23 per cent, its spokesman said.



SER has surpassed the Railway Board's freight loading target for the first six months of 2016-17 by loading 2.19 per cent more than the target, the spokesman said.

During the said period, 40.94 million tonnes of iron ore was loaded, witnessing a growth of 14.74 per cent compared to the same period in 2015-16, he said.

In transporting other raw materials to steel plants, the Kolkata-based regional railway registered a growth of 56.70 per cent in the same period.

Other major components of SER's loading were coal, pig iron and finished steel, cement, food grains, fertilisers, etc, the spokesman said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SE Railway freight handling grows by 9.04 per cent

South Eastern Railway registered 9.04 per cent growth in freight handling at 70.93 million tonnes during April-September compared to 65.05 million tonnes loaded in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal. As a result of the better loading performance, SE Railway generated freight earnings of Rs 5,137.11 crore during April- September this fiscal, which is Rs 208.71 crore more than the corresponding period last fiscal, clocking a growth of 4.23 per cent, its spokesman said. SER has surpassed the Railway Board's freight loading target for the first six months of 2016-17 by loading 2.19 per cent more than the target, the spokesman said. During the said period, 40.94 million tonnes of iron ore was loaded, witnessing a growth of 14.74 per cent compared to the same period in 2015-16, he said. In transporting other raw materials to steel plants, the Kolkata-based regional railway registered a growth of 56.70 per cent in the same period. Other major components of SER's ... South Eastern Railway registered 9.04 per cent growth in freight handling at 70.93 million tonnes during April-September compared to 65.05 million tonnes loaded in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal.

As a result of the better loading performance, SE Railway generated freight earnings of Rs 5,137.11 crore during April- September this fiscal, which is Rs 208.71 crore more than the corresponding period last fiscal, clocking a growth of 4.23 per cent, its spokesman said.

SER has surpassed the Railway Board's freight loading target for the first six months of 2016-17 by loading 2.19 per cent more than the target, the spokesman said.

During the said period, 40.94 million tonnes of iron ore was loaded, witnessing a growth of 14.74 per cent compared to the same period in 2015-16, he said.

In transporting other raw materials to steel plants, the Kolkata-based regional railway registered a growth of 56.70 per cent in the same period.

Other major components of SER's loading were coal, pig iron and finished steel, cement, food grains, fertilisers, etc, the spokesman said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SE Railway freight handling grows by 9.04 per cent

South Eastern Railway registered 9.04 per cent growth in freight handling at 70.93 million tonnes during April-September compared to 65.05 million tonnes loaded in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal.

As a result of the better loading performance, SE Railway generated freight earnings of Rs 5,137.11 crore during April- September this fiscal, which is Rs 208.71 crore more than the corresponding period last fiscal, clocking a growth of 4.23 per cent, its spokesman said.

SER has surpassed the Railway Board's freight loading target for the first six months of 2016-17 by loading 2.19 per cent more than the target, the spokesman said.

During the said period, 40.94 million tonnes of iron ore was loaded, witnessing a growth of 14.74 per cent compared to the same period in 2015-16, he said.

In transporting other raw materials to steel plants, the Kolkata-based regional railway registered a growth of 56.70 per cent in the same period.

Other major components of SER's loading were coal, pig iron and finished steel, cement, food grains, fertilisers, etc, the spokesman said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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