Hyundai dispatches first batch of cars to Nepal through railways
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Mumbai, Jan. 13 -- Hyundai India has exported the first batch of 125 vehicles to Nepal through Indian railways. Using this eco-friendly mode of export, the company aims to reduce its carbon footprint by 20,260 tons with this scheme.
The first batch of vehicles boarded the train from the Walajabad Railway Hub near the Irungattukkottai-based production facility outside Chennai. The train will transport the consignment to Nautanwa near the border town of Sonauli from where the last leg of delivery will be implemented through roadways. This ecological initiative is expected to reduce the overall export time from eight days to five days.
Commenting on this latest initiative in the field of Outbound Logistics, Mr Ganesh Mani S, Director-Produ...
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