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Adani Logistics Borkhedi upgraded to Gati Shakti Multi Modal Cargo Terminal

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NAGPUR : In a move to propel Nagpur as one of India’s key logistics hubs, a Private freight terminal (PFT) to handle Container traffic, M/s Adani Logistics Limited, Borkhedi is migrated as Gati Shakti Multi Modal Cargo Terminal.

Central Railways Nagpur Division signed an agreement to this effect with M/s Adani Logistics Limited on Tuesday. This is the Fourth Gati Shakt Cargo terminal (GCT) in the Division – the other three being one owned by M/s.MP Birla Cement, Mukutban, M/s.Nagpur MMLP, Sindi & M/s.JSW Steel Ltd., Kalmeshwar.

Indian Railways develops and implements Multi Modal Cargo Terminals at various locations across the country. These terminals are envisaged to become world class logistics aggregation/disaggregation points for various forms of Cargo across different modes within a single facility.

The agreement signed at Nagpur on Tuesday will spear-head a remarkable growth for Nagpur. The GCT will enhance the logistics business and generate more revenue for contributing to the nation’s economy” said Mr. Aman Mittal, Senior Divisional Manager (Sr.DCM) Central Railway, Nagpur.

During the signing of agreement Mr. Nivrutti Bachhav, Terminal Head and Mr. Chetan Sarode, Manager (Logistics) from M/s Adani Logistics Limited were present.

Mr. Bachhav said they expected total 22 rakes in Apr-2024, in 30 rakes in May-2024 & 35 rakes in June-2024 and it will be more increase in coming months he added that “ the collaborative efforts underscore the commitments towards realizing the vision of enhancing logistics infrastructures and bolstering economic growth”

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