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Select centres freight rates fall on excess position of trucks

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Freight rates for nine-tonne pay load section for select destinations declined at the local truck transport market in the national capital today following huge position of trucks in the markets amid restricted cargo movements.

Transporters said excess availability of trucks against cargo movements pulled down some of centres freight rates.



to and freight rates moved down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 16,000 and Rs 19,000.

Rates to Kolkata, and also went down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 32,000, Rs 69,000 and Rs 63,000.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Select centres freight rates fall on excess position of trucks

Freight rates for nine-tonne pay load section for select destinations declined at the local truck transport market in the national capital today following huge position of trucks in the markets amid restricted cargo movements. Transporters said excess availability of trucks against cargo movements pulled down some of centres freight rates. Delhi to Jaipur and Ludhiana freight rates moved down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 16,000 and Rs 19,000. Rates to Kolkata, Puducherry and Bengaluru also went down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 32,000, Rs 69,000 and Rs 63,000. Freight rates for nine-tonne pay load section for select destinations declined at the local truck transport market in the national capital today following huge position of trucks in the markets amid restricted cargo movements.

Transporters said excess availability of trucks against cargo movements pulled down some of centres freight rates.

to and freight rates moved down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 16,000 and Rs 19,000.

Rates to Kolkata, and also went down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 32,000, Rs 69,000 and Rs 63,000.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Select centres freight rates fall on excess position of trucks

Freight rates for nine-tonne pay load section for select destinations declined at the local truck transport market in the national capital today following huge position of trucks in the markets amid restricted cargo movements.

Transporters said excess availability of trucks against cargo movements pulled down some of centres freight rates.

to and freight rates moved down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 16,000 and Rs 19,000.

Rates to Kolkata, and also went down by Rs 1000 each to Rs 32,000, Rs 69,000 and Rs 63,000.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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