After piloting the parcel and cargo providers by public sector Telangana State Highway Transport Company, the State authorities has now expanded the ability to make sure house supply of parcels on cost of costs.
The event follows a survey carried out by the Transport division relating to the parcel and cargo providers whereby 89% of the respondents favoured house supply of the parcels even when it entailed cost of further costs. The survey revealed that folks receiving parcels, from both JBS or MGBS, have been travelling 10 to fifteen km from their locations of residence.
Accordingly, it was proposed to make sure house supply of parcels on the prospects’ doorstep. The officers involved would segregate parcels space sensible, primarily based on PIN code, on their arrival on the counters in MGBS and JBS. The brokers appointed for delivering the parcels would then acquire them both space sensible or PIN-code sensible and subsequently hand them over to the recipients at their doorstep.
The division, after thorough scrutiny, appointed three companies for house supply of the parcels and these three companies had been given completely different areas underneath GHMC limits for taking on the service. The company had determined to gather tariff primarily based on the load of the parcel no matter distance along with amassing 18% GST.
Accordingly, tariff as much as first 10 kg can be ₹80, 11-30 kg ₹ 150, 31-50 kgs ₹ 225 and 51-100 kg ₹300. It has determined to gather cost of ₹2 a kg for weights above 100 kg. Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar formally launched the ability right here on Thursday. The power can be initially obtainable within the twin cities, however can be prolonged to different areas primarily based on the response.
The TSRTC had ensured transhipment of over one million (12.5 lakh) parcels since its introduction on June 19 this 12 months and realized income of ₹11.85 crore with no complaints from any quarters.