India’s economy is growing at a rapid pace, among the fastest in the world. The country’s rail transportation network, which extends across 3.3 million square kilometers and is one of the largest in the world, is a key driver.
Core growth sectors like power, coal, steel and cement depend on the rail network, and the increasing importance of this sector has led to the undertaking of an ambitious project to create a high density Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC).
The DFC will run between the four cities known as the Golden Quadrilateral – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata – and will be developed by the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India, Ltd (DFCCIL).
The DFC is an ambitious infrastructure development designed to enable the efficient movement of freight containers across the vast geography of the country. Read More