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History of DFCCIL: Know Everything About DFCCIL [Part-2]

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  • Founded: 30th October 2006 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Indian Railways
  • Headquarters: New Delhi
  • MD: Ravindra Kumar Jain

Current Board of Directors of DFCCIL

  • Shri Ravindra Kumar Jain, Managing Director, Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited since December 2020.
  • Shri Hira Ballabh, Director Finance, DFCCIL.
  • Shri Hari Mohan Gupta, Director, Project Planning, DFCCIL.
  • Shri Nanduri Srinivas, Director, Operations & Business Development, DFCCIL.
  • Shri Hari Mohan Gupta, Director, Infrastructure, DFCCIL.
  • Shri R.N.Singh, Part-Time official Director, DFCCIL.
  • Shri B. Ramana Kumar, Part-Time Non-Official Director, DFCCIL.

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What are the Objectives of DFCCIL?

  • Increase rail share in the freight market by providing customized logistic services.
  • Create additional rail infrastructure to cater to high levels of transport demand.
  • Introduction of timetabled freight services & guaranteed transit time.
  • Introduction of high-end technology & IT packing of Freight Services.
  • Segregate freight infrastructure for a focused approach on both passenger & freight business of Railways.
  • Reduce unit cost of transportation by speeding up freight train operations & higher productivity.

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