Now, dream of exporting famous oranges of Vidarbha to foreign countries may become a reality as Union Minister for Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari laid foundation stone for Wardha- Sindi Railway Dry Port on Monday. The dry port will change the economic scenario of Vidarbha region undergoing agrarian crisis.
“Any container that arrives in Mumbai can be transported to Sindi Railway Dry Port directly by rail which will help trader to save cost which they incur while using road transport. It will also enhance the export capabilities of the region, especially of Nagpur’s famous oranges, wood, chemicals and other local products. These dry and satellite ports will also have cold storage, pre-cooling plants that would be helpful even to local farmers,” said Nitin Gadkari while addressing the gathering during bhoomipujan function. The facility will also generate employment for local youth and propel development of the region, Gadkari hoped. Read More…
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