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Dedicated Freight Corridor. A faster lane for India’s freight transport

The Indian logistics sector has a reason to cheer. The exim cargo movement in India is getting cost-competitive, faster and predictable giving much-needed certainty for the trade, thanks to the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC).

Sample this: A container train originating from Khatuwas, located close to Haryana-Rajasthan border, usually takes 3-4 days to reach Pipavav Port on the Southern Saurashtra Coast in Gujarat. But now that Pipavav Port  is connected to the Western DFC through a double-stack rail networ, this duration has been reduced to less than 24 hours.

Read the full story in The Hindu Business Line