DLI to offer logistics services at Integrated Logistics Park in Anekal
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DLI to offer logistics services at Integrated Logistics Park in Anekal

Distribution Logistics Infrastructure (DLI) aims to provide best in class logistics services at Integrated Logistics Park in Anekal, Bangalore.

It scheduled domestic train services from Gujrat to Anekal to JSW Steel coils handling and distributing and has now opened an empty container yard in its MNR facility.

Recently, DLI had inaugurated a new Empty Yard for the maintenance and repair (MNR) works of shipping line containers at its multimodal logistics Park in Anekal, Bengaluru, where DLI’s rail link terminal is operating in full swing, handling trains every alternate day.

The empty facility shall be operated by Will Marine, which is a leading MNR service provider in India. It will facilitate the pick-up and drop-off of shipping line containers by road or through DLI’s rail siding at Anekel.

The empty yard follows the Letter Of Intent (LOI) awarded to DLI from Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) to operate an Inland Container Depot (ICD) in Anekal. It can further be expanded by DLI as per the demand following the 120 acres of land that DLI has in its Integrated Logistics Park at Anekel.

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Distribution Logistics Infrastructure (DLI) aims to provide best in class logistics services at Integrated Logistics Park in Anekal, Bangalore. It scheduled domestic train services from Gujrat to Anekal to JSW Steel coils handling and distributing and has now opened an empty container yard in its MNR facility. Recently, DLI had inaugurated a new Empty Yard for the maintenance and repair (MNR) works of shipping line containers at its multimodal logistics Park in Anekal, Bengaluru, where DLI’s rail link terminal is operating in full swing, handling trains every alternate day. The empty facility shall be operated by Will Marine, which is a leading MNR service provider in India. It will facilitate the pick-up and drop-off of shipping line containers by road or through DLI’s rail siding at Anekel. The empty yard follows the Letter Of Intent (LOI) awarded to DLI from Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) to operate an Inland Container Depot (ICD) in Anekal. It can further be expanded by DLI as per the demand following the 120 acres of land that DLI has in its Integrated Logistics Park at Anekel. Image Source Also read: Make-in-India scheme holds massive potential in warehousing

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