Three mega logistics parks- multi-modal logistic park by Adani Group, one by Punjab Logistics Infrastructure and one by Punjab State Warehousing Corporation- would be set up near Kila Raipur village of Ludhiana.
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Three logistics parks to come up in Ludhiana
Hyderabad to have more logistics parks, bus terminals
In a Public-Private Partnership, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is in plans to develop more logistics parks and bus terminals in Hyderabad. The tentative locations identified by the HMDA are Miyapur, Pedda Amberpet, Shamshabad, Shamirpet, Patancheru and Manoharabad.
Concor looks for land to set up logistics parks
Container Corporation of India (Concor) is looking for land to set up three multi-moÂdal logistics parks at DurÂgapur, Dankuni and Siliguri.
Bitten by the bug of (non-)implementation
It took staggering statistics of disasters and deaths for the rail ministry to finally take cognisance of the need for modernisation leading to transport safety, seamless logistics and smooth transactions.
Solutions that stare Railways in the eye
Modernisation and technology go hand-in-hand, and clearly Indian Railways understands that. Its technology division, CRIS, has created several modules and technologies, many of which the Railways has not implemented in a standardised way.
Wanted: Double-engine pull!
The way for Indian Railways to capture back some of the market lost to roads is through privatisation. Although the intent is there, privatisation of rail logistics is a while away because the fundamentals, including documentation formats, do not exist.