About Delhi Transportation
Trukky is first platform that allows online truck booking in Delhi. Trukky is a Logistics aggregator offering On-demand Transportation and freight forwarding solutions; through 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 prices.
Trukky tries to support customers for their goods transportation requirements across pan Indian geography which is not feasible for local transport company in Delhi. Experience across various industries has helped trukky to developed successful, professional logistic services and supply chain planning solutions for its clienteles. Trukky by its truck rental service has services as a 3PL solution for many SMEs in the Domestic Logistic services in Delhi. Many companies bring their products from abroad to sell them in Domestic Indian market and use Bulk Parcel and Courier Company’s service for proper distribution to cater to movements in Delhi and around. Trukky offers a pan India door-to-door express delivery service for all commercial, non-commercials part load consignments for transportation movement. Trukky provides mini trucks at low rates for local transportation
The national capital of India, often referred to as the heart of country, Delhi is a major commercial hub of Indian subcontinent. One of the important economic regions in India, Delhi is spread over 1400 sq. Km. Apart from being the largest metropolis in India, Delhi is also home to administrative & political figures of India. Delhi is one among the fastest developing states of the country, with literacy rate almost closing in to 87%. Gross state domestic product (GSDP) of Delhi in 2014-15 was estimated to be around US$ 74.8 billion.in a decade’s time from 2004-05 to 2014-15; the GSDP of Delhi grew at a CAGR of 12.8%. The state governing body expects this growth rate to grow at 11% - 11.5% by 2017 end. Delhi alike many other industrially progressive states in India, has been committed towards creating an advanced commercial environment for the corporates and industries. Industrial Policy 2010-21 targets to deliver a favorable environment for knowledge-based companies and IT industries in Delhi. Towards the end of current commercial year, two SEZs have been developed in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Many more aggressive policies have been proposed to the development of the Information technology and transportation sectors. Delhi is the largest commercial center in northern India. Key service industries contributing to Economic development of Delhi are information technology, banking, media, tourism, Construction, health and community services, power, real estate and telecommunications. The manufacturing sector in Delhi has grown vastly in recent years and Delhi saw a large inflow in consumer durable goods companies commissioning their manufacturing units. The key manufacturing sectors in Delhi are: Electrical and Electronics sector, Consumable durables, Gems and Jewelry, Home Textiles, Leather industries sector, Metals and Minerals sector, Plant and Machinery sector, Pharmaceutical sector. Few of manufacturing hubs in and around Delhi area:- Kirtinagar Industrial Area, Mangolpuri Industrial Area, Naraina Industrial Area, Okhala Industrial Area, Bawana Industrial Area, Udhyog Vihar-Gurgaon, Noida, Sonipat.
About Kanpur Transportation
Kanpur has traditionally been an industrial city and an economic center. At one point in time it was the second most industrialized city in India being second only to Calcutta. Due to large number of cotton textile units and a vibrant trade center for cotton it was also called the ‘Manchester of India’. Kanpur has several locational advantages i.e. location at a vantage point on two national highways i.e. NH2 and NH25; raw material availability for many industries viz. leather, food processing, plastics etc., proximity to large markets, availability of skilled manpower due to various institutes located within Kanpur (viz. Institute of Technology, Chander Shekhar Azad Agricultural University, Central Pulse Research Institute, Leather Institute etc.) and existing traditional industrial base attracting skilled workers to the city.
At present, Kanpur has mostly industries relating to leather shoe making and cotton textiles. Other factories include manufacture silk, woolen and jute textiles, food products, fire - bricks, fertilizers, railway wagons, textile machinery, television sets, metal ware, leather goods, soap, tents, durries, fountain pens, hosiery, cutlery, television picture tubes, etc. In Kanpur (MC), the banking services were availed by only 61 percent of the households.