The Railways has delivered 15,284 MT of liquid medical oxygen throughout the nation with 234 Oxygen Expresses finishing their journey to this point, overlaying 14 states, official information exhibits. Whereas the primary Oxygen Specific to Assam has delivered 80 MT of LMO to the state, supply of LMO to Karnataka has crossed 1,000 MT. 9 Oxygen Expresses are en path to their locations with greater than 569 MT of LMO in 31 tankers.
The Oxygen Expresses have until date delivered 614 MT of LMO in Maharashtra, 3,609 MT in Uttar Pradesh, 566 MT in Madhya Pradesh, 4,300 MT in Delhi, 1,759 MT in Haryana, 98 MT in Rajasthan, 320 MT in Uttarakhand, 153 MT in Punjab and 80 MT in Assam. Within the south, Karnataka obtained 1,063 MT, Tamil Nadu 857 MT, Andhra Pradesh 642 MT, Kerala 246 MT and 976 MT LMO was offloaded in Telangana.
Regardless of the challenges posed by operation of Oxygen Specific trains, the railways’ common freight efficiency stays strong with the nationwide transporter carrying 73.45 million tonne within the first 21 days of Might, which is 44.99% greater than the 50.66 MT of loading for a similar interval in FY 21. Within the first 21 days of Might 2021, the railways earned Rs 7,368 crore from freight loading which is 62.20% greater in comparison with the earnings of Rs 4,541.21 crore for a similar month final 12 months.
In Might 2021, railways carried 35.62 MT of coal, 9.77 MT of iron ore, 3.38 MT of foodgrains, 2.22 MT of fertilisers, 2.02 MT of mineral oil and three.15 MT of cement (excluding clinker). The coal sector has proven a sustained development with the railways loading 88.15 MT coal in FY 2021-22 to this point in comparison with 57.23 MT carried in FY 2020-21.