Cleaning trains in seven minutes flat and passengers with minimum baggage are what Indian railway officials are hoping to replicate in the country’s bullet train project to ensure the famous clinical efficiency of Japan’s Shinkansen trains.
Indian officials said the technology apart, the calm efficiency of workforce in Japan was the reason behind the reliability of its high speed network.
They are hoping that the 300-odd employees, to be sent to Japan for training, will bring back these lessons for use at home. Read more
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