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April 18, 2017, Tuesday | Companies
Joint venture to invest Rs 100 cr initially for licence procurement, buying container trains
August 09, 2016, Tuesday | Current Affairs
RBI is yet to figure out how much it has lost among the Rs 342 cr stashed in 226 boxes in a train going to Chennai
June 15, 2016, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
It will operate once in a week to facilitate the movement of export and import container
July 03, 2013, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
Currently, one such train, started almost a year before, runs from Maharashtra to Delhi, largely carrying bananas
November 19, 2012, Monday | Economy & Policy
Indian Railways (IR) is going to increase haulage rates by up to 31 per cent for container train operators (CTOs). This is expected to impact both domestic and exim (export-import) businesses. The latter accounts for 80 per cent of the container ...
June 15, 2012, Friday | Economy & Policy
The Indian Railways has rolled back the rise in haulage charges for pig and sponge iron movers. In March, it had increased the rates of notified commodities 25 per cent and brought pig and sponge iron under this list.
April 28, 2012, Saturday | Economy & Policy
Fourteen container train operators (CTOs), including railways undertaking Container Corporation of India, have asked the railway board to review the rise in haulage rate. The increase the rate is likely to take away 15 to 20 per cent of the ...
April 04, 2012, Wednesday | Companies
Arshiya Rail Infrastructure Limited has started a container train service from north India to Cochin port. The first container train with 90 twenty foot containers from Jodhpur reached the Ernakulam wharf of the Cochin port on Tuesday with a ...
November 17, 2011, Thursday | Economy & Policy
With the entry of 14 private companies in the container train business, a sea change is visible in terms of efficiency and improved realisation per rake. The private firms are getting around 12 per cent higher return per rake, at about Rs 19 crore, ...
October 03, 2011, Monday | Companies
Pvt operators say there’s no level ground with Concor; rlys says they’re doing a rational thing.
October 01, 2011, Saturday | Economy & Policy
With private container train operators (CTOs) failing to break into Concor monopoly on containerised cargo, the railways and CTOs are in a bit of clash. The private operators have started getting into railway piecemeal traffic of bulk commodities ...
September 22, 2011, Thursday | Economy & Policy
With an aim of giving a boost to the transportation of cars, steel and consumer goods, railways have decided to run double-stack container trains between Gurgaon and Mundra Port in Gujarat. The service will be made operational this month. "All ...
September 21, 2011, Wednesday | Companies
With an aim of giving a boost to the transportation of cars, steel and consumer goods, railways have decided to run double-stack container trains between Gurgaon and Mundra Port in Gujarat.
March 14, 2010, Sunday | Opinion
It has been almost four years since the container train industry was opened up to private participants, thereby ending the monopoly enjoyed by the government-owned Container Corporation of India (CONCOR). While the going for new entrants has not ...
September 22, 2009, Tuesday | Companies
The company has already acquired 50 acres for the purpose and in the first phase, it is likely to invest Rs 270 crore.
January 05, 2009, Monday | Economy & Policy
The railways are working on a package to help private container train operators, who have been hit hard by the current economic slowdown.
April 10, 2008, Thursday | Companies
Supply chain services company Arshiya International has received a license from Indian Railways to run container freight trains in the country. The company will invest Rs 350-425 crore for setting up
November 25, 2007, Sunday | Economy & Policy
The association of all the 14 container train operators, which earlier this year had started running its own container trains on domestic as well as international container rail routes, has requested
September 24, 2007, Monday | Economy & Policy
Despite Agra being a major hub of footwear, engineering products, glass and handicraft industries, the exporters of the town often face problems in transporting their products from Agra to the port in