Kisan Rail special trains transported 1,725 tonnes of mangoes since April 17, says official
‘On Wednesday, the train carried 376 tonnes of fruits, highest in the ECoR history’
The Waltair Division has carried 1,725 tonnes of mangoes to Adarsh Nagar, New Delhi, by means of seven Kisan Rail special trains since April 17. The division is working parcel special trains and Kisan specials to spice up the revenue of farmers, by offering hassle-free, secure and speedy transport providers of agricultural produce, regardless of the pandemic scenario.
The Kisan Rail special trains are being operated from Vizianagaram for transportation of mangoes on alternate days. On Wednesday, the prepare carried 376 tonnes of mangoes, which is the highest-ever loading for a single prepare within the historical past of East Coast Railway(E Co R), in response to Senior Divisional Commercial Manager A.K. Tripathi.
Divisional Railway Manager Chetan Kumar Shrivastava appreciated the efforts of the employees and appealed to the farmers, merchants and exporters to utilise the chance of the special trains for secure and speedy transportation of the fruit shares.