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RTC cargo services in full swing; makes a killing

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Aug 8, 2021, 12:41 am IST
Updated Aug 8, 2021, 7:28 am IST
These vehicles have been allotted to Anantapur, Guntakallu, Kalyanadurgam, Rayadurgam, Tadipatri, Kadapa, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Rayachoti, Nandikotkur, Banaganapally, Dhone, Atmakuru (K), Kurnool-1 and Kurnool-2 depots. — Representational image/DC
 These vehicles have been allotted to Anantapur, Guntakallu, Kalyanadurgam, Rayadurgam, Tadipatri, Kadapa, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Rayachoti, Nandikotkur, Banaganapally, Dhone, Atmakuru (K), Kurnool-1 and Kurnool-2 depots. — Representational image/DC

KADAPA: The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) seems to have fully focused on logistics business. Measures have been taken to ensure that goods are delivered on time, at a lower cost than private transport companies. The corporation hired marketing staff to enable full business expansion.

It appointed marketing executives in each of the 12 regions in the state, as well as a marketing executive in each depot, exclusively for logistics business. All of them are personally working with businessmen, industries and other companies in their area to explain the services provided by the RTC to them and see to it that business comes from them. As a result, the RTC is fully competing with other transport companies in the logistics business.

Through these, it is earning about Rs 40 to Rs 50 lakh per day. It plans to gradually reduce the number of these vehicles and introduce full container vehicles.

A total of 88 vehicles are being fabricated into full containers. Of these, 26 vehicles have been allotted for Kadapa, Anantapur and Kurnool districts under Kadapa zone. RTC's revenue is increasing day by day as it is able to transport goods at affordable rates to compete with private transport companies in logistics management and facilitate door delivery.

Newly-bought full container vehicles will be able to carry more cargo. Gradually, DGT vehicles will be removed and only full container vehicles will be utilised for logistics maintenance. The RTC appointed agencies for enabling logistics business and is encouraging staff to promote in this area. 

Gujjarlamudi Vijaya Ravi Varma, executive director, Kadapa Zone, said, "We are working hard to increase logistics revenue in the Kadapa zone." A total of 26 full container vehicles have been sanctioned for their zone, out of which 16 vehicles have arrived.

These vehicles have been allotted to Anantapur, Guntakallu, Kalyanadurgam, Rayadurgam, Tadipatri, Kadapa, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Rayachoti, Nandikotkur, Banaganapally, Dhone, Atmakuru (K), Kurnool-1 and Kurnool-2 depots.

It has a capacity of 10 tonnes each. RTC DGT vehicles will charger Rs 50 per 1 tonne for transporting 10 tonnes of cargo up and down. It will also charge Rs 49 for 201 to 300 kms, Rs 48 for 301 to 400 kms and Rs 40 for 1,200 kms and above.

Logistics charges of Rs 50 per 10 tonnes will be levied for a minimum of 1 to 200 km (including up and down trip). He explained that logistics revenue of Rs 7 lakh to Rs 8.5 lakh per day is coming under the Kadapa zone.

KADAPA: The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) seems to have fully focused on logistics business. Measures have been taken to ensure that goods are delivered on time, at a lower cost than private transport companies. The corporation hired marketing staff to enable full business expansion.

It appointed marketing executives in each of the 12 regions in the state, as well as a marketing executive in each depot, exclusively for logistics business. All of them are personally working with businessmen, industries and other companies in their area to explain the services provided by the RTC to them and see to it that business comes from them. As a result, the RTC is fully competing with other transport companies in the logistics business.

Through these, it is earning about Rs 40 to Rs 50 lakh per day. It plans to gradually reduce the number of these vehicles and introduce full container vehicles.

A total of 88 vehicles are being fabricated into full containers. Of these, 26 vehicles have been allotted for Kadapa, Anantapur and Kurnool districts under Kadapa zone. RTC's revenue is increasing day by day as it is able to transport goods at affordable rates to compete with private transport companies in logistics management and facilitate door delivery.

Newly-bought full container vehicles will be able to carry more cargo. Gradually, DGT vehicles will be removed and only full container vehicles will be utilised for logistics maintenance. The RTC appointed agencies for enabling logistics business and is encouraging staff to promote in this area. 

Gujjarlamudi Vijaya Ravi Varma, executive director, Kadapa Zone, said, "We are working hard to increase logistics revenue in the Kadapa zone." A total of 26 full container vehicles have been sanctioned for their zone, out of which 16 vehicles have arrived.

These vehicles have been allotted to Anantapur, Guntakallu, Kalyanadurgam, Rayadurgam, Tadipatri, Kadapa, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Rayachoti, Nandikotkur, Banaganapally, Dhone, Atmakuru (K), Kurnool-1 and Kurnool-2 depots.

It has a capacity of 10 tonnes each. RTC DGT vehicles will charger Rs 50 per 1 tonne for transporting 10 tonnes of cargo up and down. It will also charge Rs 49 for 201 to 300 kms, Rs 48 for 301 to 400 kms and Rs 40 for 1,200 kms and above.

Logistics charges of Rs 50 per 10 tonnes will be levied for a minimum of 1 to 200 km (including up and down trip). He explained that logistics revenue of Rs 7 lakh to Rs 8.5 lakh per day is coming under the Kadapa zone.

 

KADAPA: The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) seems to have fully focused on logistics business. Measures have been taken to ensure that goods are delivered on time, at a lower cost than private transport companies. The corporation hired marketing staff to enable full business expansion.

It appointed marketing executives in each of the 12 regions in the state, as well as a marketing executive in each depot, exclusively for logistics business. All of them are personally working with businessmen, industries and other companies in their area to explain the services provided by the RTC to them and see to it that business comes from them. As a result, the RTC is fully competing with other transport companies in the logistics business.

Through these, it is earning about Rs 40 to Rs 50 lakh per day. It plans to gradually reduce the number of these vehicles and introduce full container vehicles.

A total of 88 vehicles are being fabricated into full containers. Of these, 26 vehicles have been allotted for Kadapa, Anantapur and Kurnool districts under Kadapa zone. RTC's revenue is increasing day by day as it is able to transport goods at affordable rates to compete with private transport companies in logistics management and facilitate door delivery.

Newly-bought full container vehicles will be able to carry more cargo. Gradually, DGT vehicles will be removed and only full container vehicles will be utilised for logistics maintenance. The RTC appointed agencies for enabling logistics business and is encouraging staff to promote in this area. 

Gujjarlamudi Vijaya Ravi Varma, executive director, Kadapa Zone, said, "We are working hard to increase logistics revenue in the Kadapa zone." A total of 26 full container vehicles have been sanctioned for their zone, out of which 16 vehicles have arrived.

These vehicles have been allotted to Anantapur, Guntakallu, Kalyanadurgam, Rayadurgam, Tadipatri, Kadapa, Proddatur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Rayachoti, Nandikotkur, Banaganapally, Dhone, Atmakuru (K), Kurnool-1 and Kurnool-2 depots.

It has a capacity of 10 tonnes each. RTC DGT vehicles will charger Rs 50 per 1 tonne for transporting 10 tonnes of cargo up and down. It will also charge Rs 49 for 201 to 300 kms, Rs 48 for 301 to 400 kms and Rs 40 for 1,200 kms and above.

Logistics charges of Rs 50 per 10 tonnes will be levied for a minimum of 1 to 200 km (including up and down trip). He explained that logistics revenue of Rs 7 lakh to Rs 8.5 lakh per day is coming under the Kadapa zone.

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