It was a long time for Independence, but there was lack of strength or lack of vision, which came true in the form of Nitin Gadkari. Earlier, Pepsi had sent all its produce through the Ganges route and now the well-known company Dabur has also become a victim of Gadkari’s efforts and she has successfully sent all the everyday things used in daily life from Varanasi to Kolkata.
Also, thanking the Government’s move, also said that sending the goods through the water route rather than the railways or the airways is not only convenient but also suitable for saving. It is known that one of India’s well-known and highly acclaimed companies, Dabar, a daily consumer goods company, told last Thursday that it has sent the first consignment of its goods from Kashi to Metropolitan Kolkata.
After the tireless efforts of Gadkari, the Modi government had dedicated this water route to the country on the Ganga river in Varanasi in the presence of Modi, Yogi and Gadkari on Monday. In the initial phase, this new route will have a smooth transit of 2000 tons of ships. On this matter, Dabur India Limited Executive Director (Operations Department) has told the media that “We are excited to be part of this project. This will not only reduce the cost but also get the goods too fast.
The company sending the product claims that it is the first FMG (everyday consumer goods) company to send commercial goods from inland waterways. The first consignment of goods on this route was sent by PepsiCo India. The cargo loaded in the container from Pepsi reached Kolkata and the multi-modal terminal built in Varanasi on November 12. Dabur India has said that in its container on Vatican, Varanasi has filled the juice prepared with fruit juices.