“We were in the direct firing line of exporters and importers at CONCOR during 2001-06,” recalls Amit Kumar who, along with three friends – Rajnish Kumar, Durgesh Govil, and Sanjay Mawar – set up Pristine Logistics & Infraprojects Limited
Initiatives announced by the government to create multimodal logistics parks and container terminals will help the logistics sector play a crucial role in propelling India to become a USD 5 trillion economy.
The Indian Railways seeks to raise its modal share in freight from 27 percent to 45 percent by 2030 as part of a commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Pristine Logistics & Infraprojects is looking to tap opportunities this target entails.
Efficient networks connect regions and facilitate trade, enable economies of scale and economic specialisation, and reduce the cost of goods and services for consumers. Freight must flow on the right mode of transport – rail for high-density and long-distance flows, and road for medium-distance and last-mile links – and be connected by logistics hubs to maximise the efficiency of the network.
KEY PRIORITIES OF 2020
The key priorities are:
Driving and embedding digital transformation in the company business strategy
Being responsive to internal clients
Dealing with disruption
Increasing focus on cyber security
Increasing focus on privacy and security of customer data
The Faculty of Commerce & Management, Rama University, organized an industrial visit to India’s leading logistics company, Kanpur logistics Park (Pristine Logistics & Infra Projects Pvt. Ltd) situated at Kanpur highway, Raniganj,Panki, Kanpur on 16th Feb,2019. Pristine offers a wide range of innovative supply chain services including Express Distribution, 3PL and Consulting. The firm provides value-added logistics services for 9 different business verticals ranging from Apparel & Lifestyle, E-commerce, Healthcare, Hi-Tech, Publishing to Automotive, Engineering & Electrical Hardware, FMCG & Consumer Electronics and Institutional.
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Bronx, United States, Tue, 11 Aug 2020 14:00:27 / Comserve Inc. / — One of the subsidiaries of Pristine Logistics & Infraprojects Pvt. Ltd., Pristine Valley Dry Port Pvt. Ltd., announced that it has won the contract for operating as well as managing the Inland Clearance Depot (ICD) in Birgunj in Nepal.
Pristine Logistics and Infraprojects, a private container train operations company, has tied up with Valley Group, a poultry company in Nepal, to operate inland container depot Birgunj between India and Nepal, a landlocked country. Birgunj is Nepal’s only rail-linked terminal.
Pristine has won the right to handle the terminal for five years, extendable by another five years. It will take over operations from Container Corporation of India (Concor), the Railways’ listed unit.
Pristine Logistics and Infraprojects, a private container train operations company, has tied up with Valley Group, a poultry company in Nepal, to
October 6: Pristine Valley Dry Port Pvt Ltd, the operator of Birgunj Dry Port, has taken the responsibility of loading and unloading of goods at Birgunj Dry Port. Pristine Valley Dry Port Pvt. Ltd. has started loading and unloading cargo arriving at the port from Monday, October 5.
Earlier, the importers had been paying additional amount for the loaders even after paying the terminal service charge to the operator. “From now on, customers will not have to pay extra for labor charge,” informed Aditya Raya, chief executive of Pristine Valley Dry Port. “Likewise, the port itself will manage the workers for loading and unloading the cargo,” he added.