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In 2022, TSRTC’s logistics wing earned revenue of around Rs 90 crore

The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation’s (TSRTC) Logistics division has received positive response and patronage not only from the general public but also from private companies, resulting in healthy revenues.

The logistics wing earned around Rs 90 crore in revenue in 2022, reflecting the popularity of the services among citizens and private firms alike.

The RTC began offering cargo services in 2018 and has since expanded to all bus stations throughout the state. As of date, buses have transported 108 lakh parcels, generating revenue of around Rs 200 crore from both cargo and parcel services.

In April 2022, the cargo services were revamped and renamed the Logistics division, and since then, there has been a more positive response from citizens, which has helped increase revenue.

Currently, the corporation delivers between 15,000 and 18,000 parcels per day and earns approximately Rs 25 lakh per day. It has partnered with a number of large corporations and government agencies to transport and deliver parcels to every part of the country efficiently and on time.

“Right from online booking of goods or parcels through the logistics division, till they are delivered, customers can track the progress online,” said a TSRTC senior official.

Recently, it has been observed that many private logistics companies are also interested in sending their goods through the state-run RTC Logistics division for a better and hassle-free service, the official added.

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The RTC authorities encountered several difficulties with technical and logistical services and are currently reviewing methods to make services easier and more convenient for customers.

In addition to establishing 177 cargo and parcel centres at major bus stations, 443 private agents were appointed. 193 Cargo Transport Vehicles (CTVs) have been built for bulk goods transportation and are used to transport goods from government departments.

TSRTC Logistics also transported 5258 ‘Bangaram’ parcels during Medaram Jatara 2022, and in April of last year, home delivered 88,658 packets of Lord Sri Sita Ramula Kalyanam’s ‘Thalambralu’ at Bhadrachalam. In May, it also delivered famous Jagtial farm fresh Banganapalli mangoes to customers’ doorsteps.





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