Western DFC Update: 1st Trial On Ateli-Phulera Section of Western Dedicated Freight Corridor To Be Conducted On ‘Independence Day’

Date of Post: 14 Aug, 2018 New Delhi: First Trial On Ateli-Phulera Section of Western DFC To Be Conducted On ‘Independence Day’. A freight train with containers will run on the 192 km long Ateli-Phulera section of the Western DFC on August 15. About The Ateli-Phulera Section: The distance between…

Western DFC Update: First Trial On Ateli-Phulera Section of Western DFC To Be Conducted On ‘Independence Day’

Date of Post: 09 Aug, 2018 New Delhi: The ambitious Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) project is finally gearing up for its first trial on a limited section of its western arm on 'Independence Day'. A freight train with containers will run on the 192 km long Ateli-Phulera section of the…

Indian Railways Set New Target of April 2020 For Commissioning of 3,342 km Long Eastern & Western Dedicated Freight Corridors

Date Of Post: 05 May, 2018 New Delhi: Indian Railways has set a new target of April 2020 for commissioning of the 3,342-km Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) along its trunk routes. The ambitious Rs 814 billion project had got the Union Cabinet's green signal way back in 2006. The project,…

South Central Railway Signs Long Term Tariff Contract (LTTC) with Ramco Cements Ltd & Zuari Cements Ltd For Freight Transportation

Date Of Post: 27 Apr, 2018 Secunderabad: South Central Railway (SCR), on Thursday, signed Long Term Tariff Contract (LTTC) agreements with The Ramco Cements Limited and Zuari Cements Ltd., at Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad to transport freight traffic at fixed rates. M.G.Sekharam, Principal Chief Commercial Manager of South Central Railway and…

Alstom completes most powerful all-electric “Make-In-India” locomotive from Madhepura and announces contract wins worth €75 million in India

10 March 2018 - Alstom announced the completion of its first all-electric locomotive from its state-of-the-art locomotive facility at Madhepura inthe State of Bihar, on schedule. In line with the Government’s and Indian Railways’ target towards 100% electrification and towards sustainable mobility, these new locomotives will not only bring down operating costs for the Railways but will significantly cut down greenhouse gas emissions as well. This first locomotive is part of a €3.5 billion order comprising 800 electric double-section…