Adani Ports deliver 50 GE locomotives to Indian Railways

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ) recently concluded a major project – import and dispatch of 50 General Electric Transportation (GE) locomotives from its Mundra port for the Indian Railways. The locomotives were manufactured by GE Electromotive Division in the United States and imported at Mundra port. Between February and November this year, the company dispatched 50 locomotives from Mundra to the Roza Loco Shed of Indian Railways.

Avinash Rai, Chief Operating Officer, APSEZ said, “Efficiency in logistical operations is given an utmost priority at Adani Ports. Therefore, while handling the logistical operations for the Indian Railways and GE, we made sure the transportation of cargo from the vessel to its destination is seamless and without any incident. This achievement by the team at Mundra takes our standards to another level in India and sets new benchmarks for us to cross. Our aim is to continue leveraging the strategic advantage of our ports along the entire coastline of India to create a vast network of inland logistics in the country.”

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