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Indian Railways plans to share revenue with private freight terminals

The national transporter has introduced a terminal charge of Rs 20 per tonne for both inward and outward traffic from these terminals

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Shine Jacob New Delhi,
Giving a major boost to the existing and upcoming private sector freight operators, the Indian Railways has decided to share with them the revenue generated from handling traffic.
 
The national transporter has introduced a terminal charge of Rs 20 per tonne for both inward and outward traffic from these terminals.
 
At present, the Railways has around 58 private freight terminals handling 15 million tonnes (MT) of traffic.
 
“Based on the current plan, terminal charges levied for both inward and outward traffic at PFTs will be reimbursed (for the terminal management committee) on a monthly basis by the

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First Published: Dec 31 2018 | 1:00 AM IST

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