Railways receive Rs 1204.78 billion from freight loading in Dec 2022
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Railways receive Rs 1204.78 billion from freight loading in Dec 2022

In mission mode, Indian Railways' freight loading and earnings for the first nine months of this fiscal year 2022–23 exceeded those for the same period previous year.

In comparison to last year's loading of 1029.96 MT, a total freight loading of 1109.38 MT was reached between April and December 22, an improvement of 8%. In comparison to the same period last year, the railways made Rs 1204.78 billion as opposed to Rs 1040.40 billion, a 16% increase.

Originating freight loading reached 130.66 MT during the month of December 22, up from 126.8 MT on December 21. This represents an improvement of 3% from the previous year. Rs 145.73 billion in freight income were realised compared to Rs 129.14 billion rupees in freight earnings on December 21, an increase of 13% from the previous year.

Following the mantra "Hungry For Cargo," IR has consistently worked to make it easier to do business and to supply services at affordable pricing, which has led to an increase in both traditional and nontraditional commodity-related traffic on the railways. Railways was able to achieve this historic feat because of the business development units' customer-centric strategy and hard effort, which was supported by agile policymaking.

Also read:
Kollam Junction in Kerala to receive top-notch amenities
Madurai Railway Junction will get Rs 3.47 billion renovation


In mission mode, Indian Railways' freight loading and earnings for the first nine months of this fiscal year 2022–23 exceeded those for the same period previous year. In comparison to last year's loading of 1029.96 MT, a total freight loading of 1109.38 MT was reached between April and December 22, an improvement of 8%. In comparison to the same period last year, the railways made Rs 1204.78 billion as opposed to Rs 1040.40 billion, a 16% increase. Originating freight loading reached 130.66 MT during the month of December 22, up from 126.8 MT on December 21. This represents an improvement of 3% from the previous year. Rs 145.73 billion in freight income were realised compared to Rs 129.14 billion rupees in freight earnings on December 21, an increase of 13% from the previous year. Following the mantra Hungry For Cargo, IR has consistently worked to make it easier to do business and to supply services at affordable pricing, which has led to an increase in both traditional and nontraditional commodity-related traffic on the railways. Railways was able to achieve this historic feat because of the business development units' customer-centric strategy and hard effort, which was supported by agile policymaking. Also read: Kollam Junction in Kerala to receive top-notch amenities Madurai Railway Junction will get Rs 3.47 billion renovation

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