• Phone +91 79 25450556
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  • Phone +91 79 25450556
  • info@scrpl.in
  • LOGISTICS GOING
    OFF THE RAILS?
    In India, road transportation accounts for 65% of India’s
    freight, while rail transportation – which is more reliable,
    faster and cost effective
  • EMPOWERING INDUSTRIES
    BY REDEFINING LOGISTICS
    Shiv Carriers Roadways Pvt Ltd., a logistics infrastructure provider,
    is now redefining the logistics landscape for industries in Gujarat
  • SUKHPUR PRIVATE
    FREIGHT TERMINAL
    Sukhpur PFT is a state of the art multimodal logistics
    platform with integrated infrastructure facilities like
    inland Container Depot and Warehouse.

About Us
SCRPL RAIL TERMINAL

SCRPL’s vision is to develop into India largest multi modal logistics solutions provider. It aims to achieve this through the adoption of “asset-optimal” business model wherein it will leverage its PFTs with assets necessary for our operations such as vehicles and barges by a large network of business partners to economize the cost of delivery. SCRPL is developing customized technological solutions for seamless integration of multi-modal services and assets for scalability of services as well as the flexibility to develop and offer customized logistics solutions across a diverse set of industries.

SCRPL aims to:

  • 1. Transform logistics services
  • 2. Facilitate, synchronized, efficient, and seamless multimodal freight transfer as the preferred mechanism
  • 3. Ensure Operational efficacy and efficiency resulting inbringing down transport costs and time-to-market to enhance the competitiveness of Indian goods

SCRPL Infrastructure

  • 1. Handling equipment
  • 2. Cranes
  • 3. Forklifts
  • 4. Vehicles tie-up to meet all transport needs
  • 5. Rail Tie up
  • 6. Barges tie up
  • 7. MIS and Analytical Tools

NAFED and SCRPL sign a MOU

CONCOR and SCRPL sign a MOU

LOGISTICS GOING OFF THE RAILS?

In India, road transportation accounts for 65% of India’s freight, while rail transportation – which is more reliable, faster and cost effective – gets only 32 % share. It is dispiriting scenario since Indian Railways has 4th largest rail network in the World, There is a pressing need to optimally utilize this extensive network by setting up better infrastructure in order to reform India’s logistics dynamics.

EMPOWERING INDUSTRIES BY REDEFINING LOGISTICS

Shiv Carriers Roadways Pvt Ltd., a logistics infrastructure provider, is now redefining the logistics landscape for industries in Gujarat by tapping into the potential of rail logistics network. SCRPL was set up by two logistics industry professionals having more than 30 years of rich and diverse hands on industry experience.

SUKHPUR PRIVATE FREIGHT TERMINAL

Sukhpur PFT is a state of the art multimodal logistics platform with integrated infrastructure facilities like inland Container Depot and Warehouse. The PFT is equipped to handle all types of cargo and containers. It is constructed on a sprawl of more than 150000 sq. meters at a strategic location. Total area occupied by the PFT is more than 35 acres. SCRPL provides hassle free, safe fast, cost effective and end to end logistics solutions with value added services to domestic customers through this facility.

PROXIMITY TO KEY LOCATIONS FROM SUKHPUR PFT

Sukhpur PFT is adjacent to Sukhpur Railway Station on Ahmedabad-Viramgam-Gandhidham railway line of Ahmedabad Division and falls midway between Ahmedabad and Gandhidham. The NH-7 is just 1500m away which is connected with approach road leading from highway to terminal helping in easy movement of cargo. Halvad town is only 3 km from the facility and Dhangadhra is less than 24 km away.

Domestic supply chain solutions

  • Viramgam 91 km
  • Gandhidham 142 km
  • Ahmedabad 151 km
  • Bhavnagar (Nirma Ltd) 206 km
  • Kuranga (Bhatiya 287 km
  • Rajkot 115 km
  • Morbi 48 KM
  • Mundra Port 210 km
  • Bhuj 185 km
  • Pipavav Port 274 km
  • Mithapur 305 km
  • Deendayal Port 155 km
  • Porbandar 284 km
  • Navalkhi Port 94 km

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