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V-Trans starts operation in SAARC nations, focus on Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal

November 25, 2020: The integrated logistics service provider and the cargo management company, V-Trans India, has announced the starting of its operations to SAARC countries on its 62nd Foundation Day i.e. Nov 21, with a primary focus on BBIN (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India & Nepal).

These services will primarily be focused on surface movement, to begin with, and it will soon be covered with express and multimodal.
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These services will primarily be focused on surface movement, to begin with, and it will soon be covered with express and multimodal.

November 25, 2020: The integrated logistics service provider and the cargo management company, V-Trans India, has announced the starting of its operations to SAARC countries on its 62nd Foundation Day i.e. Nov 21, with a primary focus on BBIN (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India & Nepal).

“These services will primarily be focused on surface movement, to begin with, and it will soon be covered with express and multimodal,” said the release.

With 50 hubs centres across India, a network of 800 branches, 1, 00,000 satisfied customers overall and over 7000 contract customers, and ₹10 billion turnover, V-Trans has its presence in 22 states and 6 union territories across the country, covering 15,000 + pin codes.

V-Trans uses technology in the optimization of routes and networks, scheduling and placement of vehicles, forecasting seasonality, and best use of data analytics and AI & ML.

M. K. Shah, MD, V-Trans, said “This is one more milestone in our journey to become one of the most reliable and trusted players in the logistics business. The starting of our operations to SAARC countries is the beginning of a new chapter in the history of our company. We have been able to successfully manage the current scenario and looking forward to many more accomplishments in the near future. While the present times are challenging and tough, our team has gone all out and brought the best possible results, which are fully supported and integrated with the advanced technology and a collaborative approach.”

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