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CONCOR announces scheduled train services between Vadodara & Pipavav Port

09 February 2017 | Ahmedabad
 

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The Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) has announced scheduled train services between its Vadodara terminal and the Port of Pipavav.

The first service will depart from RCT-BRC on March 8, 2017.

This will be followed by another service on March 22.

The third train will run from RCT-BRC on April 5, 2017. As many of the vessels call at Pipavav Port on Saturdays/Sundays, the schedule is planned to cater exactly to the trade’s needs.

This new initiative is to cater to the huge demand from the ex-im trade for rail movement of containers between Vadodara and Pipavav, the release said, adding that the frequency can be increased to one train a week and more depending on the response.

This is a time- and cost-effective initiative from CONCOR for the ex-im fraternity, the release stressed.

   
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