BENGALURU: South Western Railway on Saturday flagged off a special train to Guwahati with poultry feed and eggs.The train, which will run 2,932km, is carrying commodities weighing about 166 tonnes, which have been booked by a food products firm. It will have unloading stoppages at Howrah, Malda and New Jalpaiguri before it reaches Guwahati. Ashok Kumar Verma, Bengaluru divisional railway manager, said:The division earned nearly Rs 11 lakh from this consignment. It has made considerable achievements in the parcel-service segment.
Source: THE TIMES OF INDIA