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Construction : What's up | February 2016 | Source : Equipment India

Western Dedicated Freight Corridor Project work starts

Tata Projects announced the commencement of work on the Rs 4,328-crore project to build the 320-kilometer stretch of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, a dedicated freight line connecting Delhi and Mumbai. The company, along with IRCON International is part of the Express Freight Consortium, which is led by Mitsui & Co Ltd of Japan. The consortium plans to complete the work in scheduled time of 48 months using the latest technology of Automated Track Laying Machines. The machine lays the sleepers; special rails imported from Japan, and clamps all together in an automated manner simultaneously. The project, is for civil and track works and will be executed in two Contract Packages - Contract Package 12 between Vaitarana and Sachin (186 km) and Contract Package 13 between Sachin and Vadodara (134 km).
 
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