Southern Railway takes numerous efforts to ensure unhindered movement of a variety of essential commodities and various other goods and materials.  Overcoming all odds caused by the covid pandemic, Southern Railway transports raw materials and finished products which help the traders, businessmen and farmers.  These activities aid the growth of the economy, too.

The Business Development Unit of Salem Division of Southern Railway is always on the look out to sustain and improve the commercial activities of the division.  In yet another initiative, which will be very beneficial to farmers, Salem division is transporting harvester machines from Chinna Salem in Salem division to Nalgonda (Telangana) in Guntur division of South Central Railway.


Over 80 harvester machines, loaded on 32 wagons, are being moved from Chinna Salem in Salem Division to Nalgonda in Telangana.


Shri A. Annadurai, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Salem Division flagged off the train carrying the harvester machines at Chinna Salem today.  Shri S. Mukundan, Sr. Divisional Mechanical Engineer, Shri Vasudevan, Divisional Operations Manager, Shri P.V. Manoj, Divisional Commercial Manager and other officials and staff were present on the occasion.

Transportation of the harvester machines from Chinna Salem to Nalgonda will fetch a revenue of Rs.11.40 lakhs.