Corona restrictions: Wheels of fourteen thousand trucks stopped, more than Meerut vans lost more than 40 crores

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The package booking for all transports is closed. When booking a package, one to two tons of goods are picked up per trade. Most of the traders affected by the current situation have made preparations to open transport from June 1st.

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Due to the restrictions imposed by Corona, 587 vans in the city suffered a loss of more than 40 million euros in one month. Out of 15,000 trucks, 14,000 are on the road. The truck rates paid for financing, maintenance and other expenses on parked vehicles have broken the backbone of the vans.Because of Korana, 15 transport companies have been closed since last year. More than 150 trucks were sold. 22 hauliers have relocated their offices from Delhi and Meerut due to escalating costs.

The rising price of diesel has increased the concerns of dealers and transporters. According to the transporters, when a truck drives a round of Bangalore, one lakh rupees of diesel is spent. After that, up to 10,000 will be spent on tolls, etc. In such a situation the rent is Rs 1.30 lakh. After that, the entire gain in maintenance etc. is exhausted. In the case of essential goods, out of 15 thousand trucks, only about a thousand are on the road.

Increasing tariff for package bookings

The package booking for all transports is closed. When booking a package, one to two tons of goods are picked up per trade. Books, tractor parts, raw materials including plastic, sporting goods are combined into a truck for every city. At the moment, essential items are not used when booking a package. In such a situation, the tariff of the package booking center. The salary for loading, accounting, warehouse manager is also possible.

Preparation for open transport from June 1st

Most of the traders affected by the current situation have made preparations to open transport from June 1st. Gaurav Sharma, President, Transport Association.Transport company reduced, losses increased
15 transport companies were closed in the city. More than 150 trucks were sold. The losses have increased. Deepak Rehlam, Director, Diamond Transport.

Traders cannot pay the bank rate
Transport merchants cannot repay the bank installments. Most dealers have taken five to ten licensed trucks. – Pankaj Aneja, MD, Meerut Indore Transport.

When the market is closed, the package booking is also stuck
Due to the closure of most of the city’s markets, no package bookings will be made. There are many losses due to booking centers, low rents and other expenses. At the same time, the costs for parked trucks are also rising continuously. – Deepak Gandhi, General Secretary, Meerut Transport Association.

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Due to the restrictions imposed by Corona, 587 vans in the city suffered a loss of more than 40 million euros in one month. Out of 15,000 trucks, 14,000 are on the road. The truck rates paid for financing, maintenance and other expenses on parked vehicles have broken the backbone of the vans.

Because of Korana, 15 transport companies have been closed since last year. More than 150 trucks were sold. 22 hauliers have relocated their offices from Delhi and Meerut due to escalating costs.

The rising price of diesel has increased the concerns of dealers and transporters. According to the transporters, when a truck drives a round of Bangalore, one lakh rupees of diesel is spent. After that, up to 10,000 will be spent on tolls, etc. In such a situation the rent is Rs 1.30 lakh. After that, the entire gain in maintenance etc. is exhausted. In the case of essential goods, out of 15 thousand trucks, only about a thousand are on the road.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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