Indian Railways achieves freight loading of 1512 MT in FY23: Centre

Indian Railways has recorded the best ever performance in its recorded history in terms of the output from the Freight Business in the Financial year 2022-23.

As per the preliminary data by Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways has achieved a Freight loading of 1512 MT (million tonnes), an incremental loading of 94 MT over the previous best of 1418 MT achieved in FY 2021-22 with a growth of ~7%.

The freight transport unit i.e NTKM (Net tonne Kilometre) of Indian railways have also clocked strong growth rate of 10 % to breach the 900 billion mark for the first time to reach 903 billion NTKMs in the FY23 as against 820 Bn NTKMs achieved last financial year.

Indian Railways has achieved an incremental loading of 74.6 MT in Coal, followed by 8.7 MT in Balance other goods, 5.6 in Cement & Clinkers, 7.1 MT in Fertilizers, 5 MT in containers and 4 MT in POL.

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