Railways lost share to roadways in February

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March 29, 2021 3:45 AM

Domestic rail container volumes continued to rise, growing at a robust rate of 26.2% y-o-y in the month, highlighting potential benefits from the freight rate incentives offered by the Indian Railways.

The utilisation levels for trucks seem to have improved sequentially from Jan 2021, based on e-way bills data.The utilisation levels for trucks seem to have improved sequentially from Jan 2021, based on e-way bills data.

Railways’ EXIM container volumes rose just 11.5% y-o-y in February, lower than port container volume growth of 15.7% y-o-y, indicating likely loss of market share for the railways.

The utilisation levels for trucks seem to have improved sequentially from Jan 2021, based on e-way bills data.

Domestic rail container volumes continued to rise, growing at a robust rate of 26.2% y-o-y in the month, highlighting potential benefits from the freight rate incentives offered by the Indian Railways.

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