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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.164/2020-2128-05-2021
Secunderabad
Railways maintain DOUBLE DIGIT growth in Freight Traffic in spite of Covid challenges


10% log increase in Freight loading as compared to normal year of 2019-20

In FY 2021-22, Indian Railways total loading is 203.88 Million Tonnes (MT) which is 10% more than FY 2019-20 loading figures (184.88 MT) for the same period

In the month of May 2021, Indian Railways loading is 92.29 MT which is 10% more than May 2019 (83.84 MT) and 43% more than May 2020 (64.61 MT) for the same period

In this May 2021, Indian Railways earned Rs. 9278.95 crores from freight loading

Massive Improvement in wagon turn around time, speed enhancement of freight trains, incentives for freight customers, proactive work of Business Development Units have resulted in double digit growth in freight traffic

Showing an extra ordinary resilience against the Covid, Indian Railways has witnessed the DOUBLE-DIGIT growth in Freight Traffic. Freight figures continue to maintain the high momentum in terms of earnings and loading in the month of May 2021 for Indian Railways.

Railways recorded more than 10% increase in Freight loading as compared to normal year of

2019-20. In FY 2021-22, Indian Railways total loading is 203.88 Million Tonnes (MT) which is 10% more than FY 2019-20 loading figures (184.88 MT) for the same period.

On mission mode, Indian Railways' Freight loading for the month of May 2021 is 92.29 MT which is 10% more than May 2019 (83.84 MT) and 43% more than May 2020 (64.61 MT) for the same period.

The important items transported during May 2021 includes 97.06 million tonnes of Coal, 27.14 million tonnes of Iron Ore, 7.89 million tonnes of Foodgrains, 5.34 million tonnes of Fertilizers, 6.09 million tonnes of Mineral Oil, 11.11 million tonnes of Cement (excluding clinker) and 8.2 million tonnes of Clinker.

In the month of May 2021, Indian Railways earned Rs. 9278.95 crores from freight loading.

Wagon Turn around time has seen an improvement of 27% in this month. In May, 2021, wagon turn around time is registered at 4.83 days as compared to 6.61 in May 2019.

It is worth mentioning that a number of concessions/ discounts are also being given in Indian Railways to make Railways Freight movement very attractive.

It may be noted that speed of freight trains has been enhanced in the existing network.

Freight speed Improvement leads saving of costs for all stake holders. Freight speed has doubled over last 18 months.

Few zones (around six zones) have registered average speed of freight trains even above 50 Kmph. Due to geographical conditions, certain sections offer good speed to freight trains. An average speed of 45.42 Kmph is registered in May 2021 for freight trains which is 23% more as compared to 36.84 Kmph for the same period.

Covid 19 has been used by Indian Railways as an opportunity to improve all round efficiencies and performances.





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