JKB Infrastructure on Wednesday said it has tied up with French company SNCF for the redevelopment of railway stations in India. It is a landmark project to redevelop, reconstruct and renovate India’s major railway stations to surpass world-class standards and focuses on key stations to positively impact 100 cities and 16 million passengers per day, the infrastructure company said.
“JKB Infrastructure, a venture of Bhagchandka Group, has joined hands with SNCF, France’s state-owned national railway company for railway projects to provide world class facilities and experience to Indian railways network… It is an initiative that JKB Infrastructure, an upcoming infrastructure company, is deeply focused on and has partnered with SNCF, one of the leading global railway operators with a track record of many domain firsts including a record for the fastest train,” it said in a statement. Read More
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