About Ahmedabad Transportation
Trukky is a platform that enables online truck booking and instant pricing in Ahmedabad. Trukky is a Logistics aggregator offering On-demand truck Transportation and freight forwarding solutions; through online & App Based truck Hiring, to cater to goods movement in both Full load & Part load segment. Full truck load includes variants like Eicher; Mahindra, 15 ton Taurus, Tata 407 and trailers, whereas Part load segment comprises of Package deliver, parcel delivery and bulk couriers. Trukky delivers quality transport services at low cost. Trukky tries to support goods transportation requirements of customers in Ahmedabad to pan Indian geography which is not feasible for single local transport company in Ahmedabad.
Trukky has developed successful, professional logistic services and supply chain planning solutions for its customers. Truck rental service supports as a 3PL solution company for many SMEs in the Domestic Logistic services in Ahmedabad. Trukky offers Bulk Parcel and a professional Courier service to many companies for goods movements in Ahmedabad and around. Trukky offers a pan India door-to-door express delivery service for all industrial and non-Industrial part load transportation movement. Trukky also provides mini trucks at low rates for local transportation.
Situated in Central Gujarat, Ahmedabad has a very old history of industrialization. Earlier known as the Manchester of the East, Ahmedabad is one of the many industrially developed districts in Gujarat. Due to its central location in Gujarat helps Ahmedabad to the Epicenter of any Industrial boom in Gujarat.
Huge number of industries in diversified sector`s likes textiles, machinery, pharmaceutical, Chemicals, metal products, Engineering, electrical appliances etc. add to the industrial portfolio of Ahmedabad. Awesome Industrial infrastructure, Connectivity via Roadways transportation, Rail transportation & Air, Water resource management, favorable industrial policies make a great peaceful industrial atmosphere, which in turn has contributed to the industrial growth of Ahmedabad. Dedicated freight corridor (DFC) - a Central government initiative plans to link major industrial hubs like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai via road transportation mediums. The proposed DFC passes through 6 states in India, of which Gujarat has almost 40 % of the total length of the DFC, and again Ahmedabad acts the central point of the 600 odd kilometers of the DFC. There are almost about 85,000 manufacturing units in the Ahmedabad.
Manufacturing hubs developed by Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) at Naroda, Odhav, Santej, Vatwa and few more act as home to these manufacturing companies and playground to transporters, transport companies and transportation services. A survey shows that Naroda, Vatva and Odhav GIDCs together attract over 1,500 Truck Load each day. Unlike any other cities, Bulk transportation activities are based out of outskirts of the Ahmedabad. Narol, Aslali and Sarkhej are the major transportation hubs those account for Low cost domestic road transportation.
About Jamshedpur Transportation
Jamshedpur is home to the first private iron and steel company of India. The areas surrounding Jamshedpur are rich in minerals, including iron ore, coal, manganese bauxite and lime. It is a modern, industrial city; the main industries being iron and steel, truck manufacturing, tinplate production, cement and other small and medium scale industries revolving around these products. The largest factory is that of Tata Steel (the erstwhile Tata Iron and Steel Company or TISCO), situated almost at the center of the city. Tata Steel is the largest iron and steel producing plant in India, as well as the oldest.
Tata Steel has won the Prime Minister's Trophy for Best Integrated Steel Plant for a record six times and the Deming Prize for major advances in quality improvement. The other major factory in the city is Tata Motors with Telcon, which manufactures heavy vehicles and construction/earth moving equipment. Tata Motors was previously called The Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company (TELCO), as railway locomotives were once manufactured here. The plant spreads over 822 acres, is one of the largest in the country, and at peak rate can roll out 450 vehicles per day.