About Mumbai Transportation
Trukky offers online truck booking service in Mumbai at low cost. Trukky provides App Based Truck hiring in support of its technology. Trukky provides its customers online booking for their hassle free transportation and goods transportation requirements, compared to local transporter company in Mumbai, Trukky has become a prominent Online logistic company in Mumbai providing best and cheap online logistic services. Trukky offers an online scope for Many SMEs based out of Mumbai to use the safe, fast and professional courier and Bulk Parcel Service at low costs.
Trukky also offers EXPRESS Door to Door delivery in Mumbai to cater to the pan India movement of consignments from many corporates and SMEs. Trukky provides very stress free part load service to manufacturing companies, traders and households. A company or an individual just has to book online it's part consignment or full truck consignment with trukky, we make sure that our part load service partners pick up the consignment and deliver it door to door in either express mode or ordinary mode as per customer’s requirement. A customer can also chose for Online tracking of theses consignments at any time.
Spread over reclaimed land, marshes and plains, Mumbai city and suburbs is home to 13 million people. Known as the commercial capital of India, Mumbai is one among the few globalized city economies in South Asia. According to the Globalization and World Cities group indicators, Mumbai is the 12th most interconnected economy.
Mumbai consists of two distinct regions: Mumbai City district and Mumbai Suburban district, which form two separate revenue streams for the state. The city area is also commonly referred to as the South Mumbai. The total area of Mumbai is 603.4 km2 .Of this, the island city spans 67.79 km while the suburban district spans 370 km. The capital city of Maharashtra houses Asian or Indian headquarters of most major corporates & financial institutions. Indian stock exchanges & capital market and commodity exchanges are also located in Mumbai.
From industrial point of view, Mumbai and suburbs has large number of SME, MME, and LMEs in and around the city periphery. Mumbai Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has almost 10,000 such manufacturing units registered and the suburbs have almost 30,000 more to add to the total list. With the development of thane Belapur Belt, Nerul, Sanpada, Panvel, Ullahasnagar and Bhiwandi in past decades, has many a fold helped Mumbai manufacturing industry to contribute to industrial development. Till late 1980s, Mumbai had majority of its commercial growth dependent on textile mills and its seaport. These are now increasingly being replaced by industries employing more skilled labor such as engineering, diamond polishing, healthcare and information technology. Mumbai also houses the entertainment industry. Other renowned industries those are part of Mumbai growth story are -India's television, satellite networks, publishing houses, automotive parts, Utensils, Biscuits (Cookies), Clothing, Textile mills, Pencils, Tractors, Pharmaceuticals, Import, Export, IT, petro chemicals and Health Care.
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.