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Concorís logistics park begins operations in Visakhapatnam

28 February 2017 | Visakhapatnam


According to Divisional Railway Manager Chandralekha Mukherjee, Waltair division, Cargo evacuation from Visakhapatnam and Gangavaram ports will get a boost with the commencement of commercial operations at the multi-modal logistics park at Sheelanagar beside the National Highway by the Container Corporation of India (Concor).

Inaugurating the park, she said operations at the railway siding had formally begun on Saturday. Earlier, two trains were operated on a trial basis.

The Concor was a big player and the park would offer great facilities to the trade and industry, said Mukherjee.

The logistics park was built on 105 acres of swampland, said Concor General Manager Yelvender Yadav.

He said that “We have so far invested INR 300 crore or so on the project and in the next phase we will invest INR 200 crore.”

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