Integrated Multi Modal Logistics Hub: Freight Village at Nangal Chaudhary in Haryana

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CCEA approved Trunk Infrastructure Components for Integrated Multi Modal Logistics Hub known as “Freight Village” at Nangal Chaudhary in Haryana under Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project.

Map of Freight Village at Nangal Chaudhary in Haryana

Details of Freight Village

  • Development of Freight Village, on 886.78 acres of land to be implemented by project Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) in 2 phases.
  • Financial sanction of ₹ 1029.49 cr. for development of Phase I & in principle approval for development of Phase II of project.
  • Expenditure on Phase I comprises cost of entire land at ₹ 266 cr. including cost of land to be used for development of Phase II.
  • Investment of ₹ 763.49 cr. by National Industrial Corridor Development & Implementation Trust (NICDIT) which includes of ₹ 266 cr. as equity & ₹ 497.49 cr. as debt in SPV.
  • Bidding for trunk infrastructure development by SPV on EPC basis.

Impact and Objectives of Project Freight Village in Mahendragarh Dist

  • Project has enormous economic value in terms of direct & indirect benefits & multiplier effects on economy.
  • Economic benefits of project will include creation of employment, reduction in fuel costs, boosts to exports, reduction in vehicle (trucks) operating cost, reduction in accident related costs, increase in collection of taxes by State Govt. , reduction in pollution, etc.
  • Proposed development of Freight Village as Multi Modal Logistics Hub is estimated to generate over 4,000 direct & 6,000 indirect employment.
  • Job creation will be limited to core logistics facilities & entail opportunities for entire logistics supply chain.
  • Improving efficiency of operations of existing industries in region as well as attractiveness of region as investment destination for various categories of industries, warehousing & logistics operators
  • Tapping potential traffic along Western DFC & of Northern states which is likely to galvanise rail-based freight movement w/high-end operational features of faster & high-capacity freight trains. It will serve as world-class multi modal facility that provides for efficient storage/transitioning of goods to/from DFC, thereby catering to escalated freight traffic
  • Offering attractive destination to freight companies & customers to boost industrial development in region & creating economic opportunities. Facility will not only house standard container handling activities but will create various value added services.
Impact and Objectives of Project Freight Village

Details of Freight Village

  • Construction of trunk infrastructure will be undertaken in 2 phases. Phase I will be implemented by F. Y. 2020 - 21.
  • Award of various construction packages will be made in manner so that entire construction of trunk infrastructure gets completed simultaneously.
  • Phase-ll of project will be reappraised in 2028 or earlier, if so required, for suitable financial sanctions.
  • For implementation of proposed Freight Village, SPV is incorporated as 50: 50 Joint Venture of GoI thru NICDIT & Govt. of Haryana thru HSIDC under name “DMIC Haryana Multi Modal Logistic Hub Project Limited” .
  • Freight Village will be connected thru Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) at Dabla, which is at distance of approx. 10 kms.

Components of Freight Village

This logistics hub integrated w/DFC would have following components:

  • High speed connectivity to key ports & Industrial Centres
  • Lower cost of supplying goods - faster freight operations & removal of
  • multiple handling costs
  • Improved service quality
  • Real time freight tracking and data analysis
  • v. Single-point solution to all logistics need like loading/aggregation/packaging/storage
  • Speedy access to ports from hinterland
  • Economy of scale in supply chain operations w/reduced cost & time of operations
  • Last mile gateway port connectivity from hinterland
  • Contain unorganized growth of container freight stations

Overall Scheme for Freight Village

  • Gol is developing Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor, as global manufacturing & investment destination around 1,504 km long Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) as backbone.
  • Investment Regions & Industrial Areas are identified for development in this corridor, across 6 States namely Gujarat, Haryana, MP, Maharashtra, Rajasthan & UP.
  • Haryana is major industrial & trading hub in North India. Potentially high rate of industrial development has to be supported thru additional infrastructure to handle transport of raw material & manufactured goods.
  • Haryana is expected to witness container traffic of abt 10 Million 20 Foot Equivalent Unit (TEUs) by 2025.

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