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With the continuing nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19, Piyush Goyal led Indian Railways is extending their train duties to e-commerce companies for transfer of goods.
Indian Railways is offering unhindered help of Parcel rails for the transportation of necessary things along with other goods that are needed for the public over the country. As per the Railway Ministry the local industries, e-commerce companies, any curious groups, organizations, individuals, as well as prospective loaders can contact the officials of Indian Railways at the zonal level.
Further, the contact parts of Indian Railways’ officials at many railway stations have been distributed with made possible so that anyone can contact to arrange the parcel, stated by Indian Railways.
Necessary commodities to different parts of India by its freight train services already transporting by the national transporter. With the freight trains operations, Indian Railways is meeting the requirements of bulk transportation of basic items like edible oil, food grains, milk, salt, sugar, coal, cement, fruits, vegetables etc.
Where parcel train services are transporting different commodities that require to be delivered in comparatively fewer quantities. So far, the national transporter has loaded thirty special parcel trains to different targets across the nation.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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