"Ashbury Railway Carriage" Essays and Research Papers

  • Ashbury Railway Carriage

    Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Co Ltd v Riche [(1875) LR 7 HL 653] Aradhya Choubey 2011/B.A. LL.B./014 ------------------------------------------------- facts The Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron is a Company incorporated under Companies Act, 1862 and its objects clause stated that the company is established to make and sell, or lend on hire, railway carriages and wagons, and all kinds of rail plant, fittings, machinery and rolling stock; to carry on the business of mechanical engineering...

    Anticipatory repudiation, Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Co Ltd v Riche, Breach of contract 749  Words | 3  Pages

  • Railways

    EARLY RAILWAYS.  Modern transportation of passengers and goods could not be imagined without trains, transport devices that revolutionized our industry, human expansion, and the way we can move from one place to another.  It all began in over 2000 years ago in ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylon and Greece.  Transport of people and goods in those time was done with carts that were pulled by animals (horses or bulls)  Their engineers quickly noticed that animals will spend much less...

    Internal combustion engine, Locomotive, Rail tracks 510  Words | 17  Pages

  • Railways

    Ministry of Railways under Government of India controls Indian Railways. The Ministry is headed by Union Minister who is generally supported by a Minster of State. The Railway Board consisting of six members and a chairman reports to this top hierarchy. The railway zones are headed by their respective General Mangers who in turn report to the Railway Board. For administrative convenience Indian Railways is primarily divided into 16 zones: Railway Zone Headquarters 1. Central Railway Mumbai CST ...

    Indian Railways, Konkan Railway, Maharashtra 782  Words | 3  Pages

  • Railway

    Module – Basic to Railway operation – M1N212725 Describe how railway technology developed in 19th century (1800 -1900). How did these developments affect railway operations? Total word count: 979.   Introduction We will be exploring the developments of railway technology during 19th century. How railway operation as whole moved forward from pulling wagons to high speed trains and the affect of those developments on the railway operation and on the economy of Great Britain. I cannot...

    High-speed rail, Industrial Revolution, Locomotive 1186  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railway

    A case study video on how the Indian railway was turned around was discussed in the class. Please suggest a Strategy for turning around Pakistan Railways by proposing a change in their Value chain activities and subsequent strategies to be followed Ans At present Pakistan Railway comprises of 8,163 route km, 1,212 stations and 42 train halts. It has a fleet of 546 diesel electric locomotives, 25,815 wagons and 2,099 passenger coaches. Maintenance is provided by three major locomotive workshops...

    General Railway Signal, Locomotive, Ministry of Railways 904  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN RAILWAYS Indian Railways, a historical legacy, are a vital force in our economy. The first railway on Indian sub-continent ran from Bombay to Thane on 16th April 1853. Fourteen railway carriages carried about 400 guests from Bombay to Thane covering a distance of 21 miles (34 Kilometers). Since then there has been no looking back. Today, it covers 6,909 stations over a total route length of more than 63,028 kilometres. The track kilometers in broad gauge (1676 mm) are 86,...

    Indian Railways, Maharashtra, Mumbai 2314  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Railway

    Date: - 03-01-13 RAILWAYS: A SLOW STATE OF AFFAIR! Accidents and chaos are everywhere and Mumbai with its population of over 20.5 million is no exception to this. The once efficient suburban rail network is the lifeline of Mumbai, however over the past two decades; it is creaking under the weight of passenger influx and lack of investment in upgrading infrastructure. The extraordinary crowding of trains and poor commuter facilities at stations makes the Mumbai train system so prone to accidents...

    Commuter rail, Locomotive, Mumbai 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Railways and Logistics

    CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………3 2. LOGISTICS 2.1. Brief history of Logistics……………………………………………….4 2.2. Logistics and transportation modes…………………………………...4 3. RAILWAYS 3.1. Railway history…………………………………………………………6 3.2. Railway intermodal comparison………………………………………7 3.3. Importance of railways in the Logistics Chain……………………….7 3.4. Multimodal transportation, hub ports & the future…………………8 4. CONCLUSION……………………………………………………….10 5. BIBLIOGRAPHY.......................................

    High-speed rail, Locomotive, Mode of transport 2088  Words | 7  Pages

  • Making Pakistan Railways Profitable

     MAKING PAKISTAN RAILWAYS PROFITABLE Concept Paper I. Introduction II. Problem Statement III. Hypothesis IV. Outline V. Limitations & Scope VI. Methodology VII. Review of Literature Introduction The Public Transport plays a vital role in the infrastructure of any country. It provides the most crucial mode of transportation to the general public. The low income or even the middle-income group people rely heavily...

    Mode of transport, Public transport, Rail tracks 587  Words | 3  Pages

  • Swot Analysis of Railway Transportation

    the requirement of this module, Introduction to Land Transportation and Railways mode * The objective of this study is concerned with identifying Analysis of Railways Transport. * To gain extra knowledge on Land transportation that will help me now and in the future. 1.2 Scope The first step concerns of introducing Land transport and Railways mode. Second step is showing the Strength and Weakness Analysis of Railways then discuss in details on Strength and Weakness points. 1.3 Introduction ...

    Locomotive, Public transport, Rail tracks 2173  Words | 7  Pages

  • Study on the Kenya Railways Corporation

    STUDY ON THE KENYA RAILWAYS CORPORATION The Kenya railway Corporation is a body corporate with perpetual succession and a common seal and has power to sue and be sued in its corporate name and to acquire, hold and dispose of movable and immovable property for the purposes of the Corporation. It is managed by a board of directors of the Corporation. i. a Chairman of the Board appointed by the Minister; ii. the Managing Director; iii. the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry for the...

    Derailment, High-speed rail, Locomotive 1283  Words | 4  Pages

  • Carriage Regimes

    Carriage Regimes To what extent do the international carriage regimes facilitate modern international carriage relationships? My Answer: A) Regulation of contracts by the three frameworks of liabilities and defenses; B) Historical justification for internationally recognized regulation – starting with the Harter Act 1893 and concerns about freedom of contract impact on cargo interests; At the end of the 19th century shipping started to develop more and more and during the first years...

    Bill of lading, Cargo, Common law 1848  Words | 5  Pages

  • Railways

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Pakistan Railways (reporting mark PR) is a national state-owned rail transport service of Pakistan, head-quartered in Lahore. It is administered by the federal government under the Ministry of Railways. PR provides an important mode of transportation throughout Pakistan. It is commonly referred to as the "life line of the country", by aiding in large-scale movement of people and freight throughout Pakistan.Pakistan Railways (PR) is the state owned railway company of Pakistan. It is...

    Karachi, Lahore, Locomotive 7554  Words | 28  Pages

  • Importance Railways

    Railways and roadways are the two means of transport over the land. Roads can be built in the hilly areas also whereas railway lines cannot be laid easily. The railways have advantage over the roadways that they can carry a large number of passengers and large and heavy loads to long distances. Also journey by train is more comfortable than by bus. Urban cities came up with importance of railways and railways stations in particular. Moreover, unlike other industries which become modern over a...

    Rail profile, Rail tracks, Rail transport 1746  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    INDIAN RAILWAYS FACTS General Facts : World's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km of track over a route of 65,000 km and 7,500 stations. As of December 2012, it transported over 25 million passengers daily (9 billion on an annual basis). In 2011, IR carried over 8,900 million passengers annually or more than 24 million passengers daily (roughly half of which were suburban passengers) and 2.8 million tons of freight daily. Biggest Railway Project : Konkan Railway Project (Roha - Mangalore...

    Indian Railways, Kolkata, Maharashtra 1000  Words | 3  Pages

  • Railway Project

    proposed Underground Railway system in Kampala to eliminate fleet road congestions written for the Ministry of Works & Transport (MOWT). The volume of traffic in Kampala has caused of fleet road congestion which is characterized by slow speeds, long trip times, and increased vehicular queuing.This has called for the Ministry to initiate a proposal to start an Underground Railway. The existing surface railway is dilapidated and was in November 2006 put under Riftvalley Railways concession for 25...

    Construction, Infrastructure, Kampala 1250  Words | 5  Pages

  • railway station

    Great white pillars guard the entrance to the railway which hold hand crafted iron gates, that have been there since the place has been built, now rusting under the attack from rain. Chaotic noises fill the inside: the quick paced footsteps of travelers searching for their train or train times and the frantic voice of the tannoy alerting people where to go. Ammoungst the myriad of confused people, there stands a frail old lady, her hair a delecate grey colour like when, on a cloudless night...

    Holds of Pern, Public transport, Rail tracks 998  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Railway Children

    rChap 1: The Beginning of things The Railway Children Answer the following questions 1. What did Peter get as his birthday present? 2. How did Father treat the children? 3. What was Father doing when the two gentlemen arrived? 4. Who left their family after their father went away? 5. What did Mother make the children promise to her? 6. Where did the three children and their mother move to after leaving London? 7. What did the children bring along...

    Locomotive, Public transport, Rail transport 510  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    Introduction: Indian Railways is the nationalized railway company of India which owns and operates most of the country's rail transport. It is the world’s second largest employer behind Chinese army; has one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, an extensive network, which is spread over 60000 Route Kilometre, of which approximately 30 per cent is electrified. The Indian Railways have played an integrating role in the social and economic development of the country , transporting...

    Locomotive, Mumbai, Public transport 826  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Railway

    Marketing Project On INDIAN RAILWAYS Submitted by: Dhruti Badami 11BSPHH010XXX Nikhil Goyal 11BSPHH01XXX Contents Page Introduction Marketing Mix SWOT Analysis Market Segmentation Market Targeting Market Positioning The Way Forward INTRODUCTION Indian Railways is the nationalized railway company of India which owns and operates most of the country's rail transport. It is the world’s second largest employer behind Chinese army; has one of the largest...

    Chennai Central, Guwahati, Indian Railways 1634  Words | 7  Pages

  • Newfoundland Railway!

    Railway The Newfoundland railway operated for a little over a century. From 1882-97 the trains ran over completed portions of a projected trans-insular line. The first passenger train across the island ran in June 1898. Regular passenger service ceased in July 1969, and the last freight ran in June 1988. The railbed has since been designated a "T'railway" and a linear provincial park. Built to narrow (3'6") gauge for reasons of economy, the Newfoundland railway was the longest such line in North...

    Canadian National Railway, Channel-Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ernest Harmon Air Force Base 1077  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Railway Children

    THE RAILWAY CHILDREN BY EDITH NESBIT (CHAPTER SUMMARIES) CHAPTER 4 : BOBBIE’S RIDE * Two weeks later, the children write a message on another white sheet to tell the old gentleman that their mother is getting better. * When the children tell their mother what they have done, she is very angry. She does not like the children to ask strangers for things. * Mother writes a letter to the old gentleman to thank him. * The next day is Bobbie’s birthday. Her family plan a surprise party...

    E. Nesbit, Family, Public transport 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Railway Children

    THE RAILWAY CHILDREN SYNOPSIS Roberta ( Bobbie), Peter and Phyllis lived in London with their loving parents. They were happy and contented. One day, two strangers came to their house and took their father away. After this sudden event, the children and their mother moved to a small house in the country. There was a railway line near their new house. The children became friends with the people who worked at the railway. They enjoyed waving to the passengers on the 9.15am train. An old gentleman...

    Derailment, E. Nesbit, Family 1033  Words | 3  Pages

  • INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT-INDIAN RAILWAYS TRAIN LIGHTING

     INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT ON ELECTRICAL SYSTEM IN INDIAN RAILWAYS REPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY CANDIDATE’S DECLARATION I, ARJUN SINGH hereby declare that the work which is being presented in the dissertation entitled, “TRAINING IN INDIAN RAILWAYS.” in the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of...

    Academic degree, Electrical engineering, Electricity 647  Words | 9  Pages

  • Railway Reservation

    RAILWAY RESEVATION SYSTEM PROBLEM STATEMENT A software has to be developed for automating the manual railway reservation system. The system should have distributed functionalities as described below:1. RESERVE SEAT:- A passenger should be able to reserve a seat in the train specified by him if available. For this he has to fill a reservation form with the details about his journey. The clerk checks for the availability of the seat in the train and if the seat is available then he makes entries...

    Data flow diagram, Entity, Entity-relationship model 955  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nasal Carriage Servey

    based disease. Up to 40% of the general public thought to be carriers and of hospital staff from 50 – 70%, and is associated with a higher risk of infection in the hospital setting. The anterior nares have been shown to be the most frequent site of carriage and are the single site of detection. [1] In certain situations, hospital patients and staff may be investigated and screened to identify carriers of S. aureus. Food handlers may also be investigated, often as a result of food poisoning outbreak/s...

    Bacteria, Coagulase, Gram positive bacteria 1092  Words | 3  Pages

  • railways

    composition on railway lines 1. a) Describe the factors which decide the broad area of Scientific activity? (5) b) Discuss briefly the scientific and technical achievements of the Bronze age (5) 2. a) Explain the factors that led to the decline of Science in Europe during iron age. (5) b) What were the main features of the social organization in the Gupta Empire that led to a great improvement...

    Disease, Infectious disease, Nature 320  Words | 2  Pages

  • CBN Railway

    CBN Railway Company Among some of the challenges that CBN Railway Company faces, this paper will focus on a solution to overcome the inefficiency that exists with the maintenance of their equipment; namely their locomotives. CBN Railway Company is also considering leasing locomotives from various sources, unspecified. We will analyze some possible solutions and weigh the pros and cons of the possibility of leasing equipment. These two challenges facing this company are causing the quality of customer...

    Customer, Customer service, Lease 892  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Railway Journey

    A Railway Journey I am a frequent traveller. That’s because I am a small town boy from Rourkela studying in the national capital of India. My batch friends who live nearby take every opportunity to go home be that a one day holiday or a week’s holiday. I on the other hand cannot exploit every holiday because travelling takes me 48 hours to reach home. Unfortunately there is no direct train from Delhi to Rourkela. So I have to switch trains in a preferable stop. I usually prefer Ranchi station. From...

    Anxiety, Debut albums, Ranchi 1971  Words | 4  Pages

  • Railway Reservation

    before the scheduled date of travel. After the cancellation is committed, the “available seats” database is updated with these seats as available. If the user wishes to modify the booked ticket, he has to contact the nearest possible railway station. This message would be displayed to the user. 3) Request for other query: This would deal with queries of user, other than booking, modification or cancellation of the tickets. With these, he can check the PNR status, availability of trains...

    Bookkeeping, Cheque, Credit card 876  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Railway Sector

    Old is not always gold With an impressive past, troublesome present and a fearful future: Egyptian Railway is so much similar to Egypt nowadays, writes Ahmed Morsy “I dream of a time when a train safely runs and reaches its destination on time,” said Islam Shokri, a 29-year-old employee living in Nasr City district of Cairo and working in Aswan. Shokri, whose work necessitates travelling about 900 kilometres by train every week, said that the trip from Cairo to Aswan sometimes takes fifteen hours...

    Cairo, Egypt, Locomotive 1861  Words | 5  Pages

  • Safety probles of railway passengers in Indian express railways

    SAFETY PROBLEMS OF RAILWAY PASSANGERS IN EXPRESS RAILWAYS Although Indian Railways have progressed a lot, both quantitatively and qualitatively, during the last few years, this system is still plagued by a number of problems which require immediate attention. A lot has been done, but a lot more is yet to be done. Some of the major problems faced by the Indian Railways are briefly discussed as under: Safety Indian Railways have been in the news albeit for wrong reasons. With the rapid increase...

    Derailment, Locomotive, Public transport 1008  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Railways Analysis

    Indian Railways | Prepared By | | Mahesh G | | | Contents Scope: 2 Indian Railways - Background: 2 Market Structure: 6 Conclusion: 9 Bibliography: 10 Scope: This brief study aims at analyzing the market structure of Indian Railways. It starts with the history of railways and explores the various characteristics of railways. It also provides a brief comparison of Indian railways vis-à-vis World Railway system. Indian Railways - Background: Indian railways come...

    Commuter rail, Indian Railways, Locomotive 2187  Words | 7  Pages

  • Essay on Railways

    Introduction Railways are of great use to us. They were introduced into India by the English. Description There is an engine at the head of the train. Behind it there are several carriages. The engine and the carriage together are called a train. The train runs over a pair of steel rails. The rails are parallel to each other. They are placed on thick planks of wood. The planks ar called 'sleepers'. There are three classes of railway lines. The widest is called the Broad Gauge, the second is the...

    Bengali language, India, Internal combustion engine 670  Words | 2  Pages

  • economic impact of railways

     Hypotesis : Economic impact of Railways in India Railroads, therefore, became an inevitable option for the newly-developing giant in asia. As one of the pioneers in South Asia, india gave the needed performance for building a successful network of railroads and consequently this action has been one major factor in the process of fast economic development. Although former ruler, the great britian had already establish one for the colonial aims, india took reall good advantage of this already-perfected...

    Andes, Derailment, High-speed rail 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railway Problems

      Name | Designation | Contact Numbers | Office of the Minister of Railways | Dr. C. P. Joshi  mr@rb.railnet.gov.in | Minister (Addl. Charge) | +91 11 23386645,23381213 ( Off.)  +91 11 23387333 (Fax) +91 11 23383676 (Fax) | | | Office of the Minister of State for Railways | Shri K. H. Muniyappa  khmuni@sansad.nic.in | Minister of State | +91 11 23388190, 23382490 ( Off.)  +91 11 23381634 (Fax) +91 11 23792703, 23794481 ( Res.)  +91 11 23794481 (Fax) | | | Shri P. Anand Kumar...

    Indian Railways, Public transport, Rail tracks 1199  Words | 5  Pages

  • Railway

    clearance between vehicles. NOT touching each other Position: Any possible position which produces max. stresses. Standard vehicle: All the axles shall be acting simultaneously and at the prescribed distances No other live load shall be assumed on the carriage way besides the IRC loading Class AA loading Class AA loading (contd.) a. b. c. The nose to tail spacing between two successive vehicles shall not be less than 90 m. fig For multilane bridges and culverts, only ONE train of Class...

    Bridge, Bridges, Dead and live loads 1974  Words | 11  Pages

  • INDIAN RAILWAYS

    CASE STUDY ON INDIAN RAILWAYS (MONOPOLY) In economics, a monopoly (from the Latin word monopolium – Greek language monos, one + polein, to sell) is defined as a persistent market situation where there is only one provider of a product or service. Monopolies are characterized by a lack of economic competition for the good or service that they provide and a lack of viable substitute goods. Monopoly should be distinguished from monopsony, in which there is only one buyer of the product or service;...

    Economics, Elasticity, Marginal cost 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Law of Carriage by Rail

    between the consignor and the railway station can exist? The contract between the consignor and the railway company will existing when the railway company has accepted the goods for carriage from the consignor and together with the consignment note make by consignor. The acceptance will be established with the consignment note and will be stamp of the forwarding station. The consignment note is made by the consignor with three copy, each copy for each carriage freight, and the content of the...

    British Columbia, Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Hotels 2995  Words | 9  Pages

  • Understanding Mumbai Railways

    billion people every day. Spread across 319 kilometers, the Mumbai Railways was our topic for research. The objective was to determine within a set of fixed parameters the most efficient Railway Line (among Central, Western and Harbour). Consequently the results would also help us understand which route lacks in which aspect and where development is needed. To attain this objective we surveyed 75 regular commuters of every Railway Line. The total number of respondents was 225. The Target Group...

    Locomotive, Public transport, Rail tracks 634  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Railways - a Perspective

    Indian Railways is one of the largest systems in the world. It is also one of the very few railway systems in the world generating operating surpluses. With a modest beginning in India on April 16, 1853, when the first wheels rolled on rails from Bombay to Thane, the Indian Railways has emerged today as the main vehicle for socio-economic development of the country. Rail transportation has a number of favourable characteristics as compared to road transportation. It is six times more energy-efficient...

    Diesel multiple unit, Locomotive, Multiple unit 1181  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rapid Transit and Metro Railways

    Metro Railways Introduction Metro railways are also known as rapid transit system. It is a high capacity carrier which transports large number of people across small distances seamlessly. It is run automatically by computer without human intervention. There is no driver who drives it; rather it is run on automatic system. It is used to transport a large of people over short distances in metropolitan or urban cities. The need for metro rails is due to the increase in population, increase in traffic...

    Airport, Commuter rail, Mark Ovenden 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Canadian Pacific Railway

    The Railway that Benefitted All The Canadian Pacific Railway and its benefits to farmers, financiers, and consumers. Eric Best November 13th, 2012 Mr. Moore CHC2Da The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) is commonly argued to be the most important transportation route in Canadian history, but most do not know the substantial benefits it provided. More specifically, it provided benefits to farmers, financiers, and consumers. The financiers of the railway were the group of people that the railway...

    Alberta, Canada, Canadian National Railway 1561  Words | 4  Pages

  • Privatization of Indian Railways

    Assignment Business Communication Should Indian Railways be Privatized? Introduction As regular travellers, we all have invariably come across situations when we would have very strongly feel “why should railways not be privatized?” or “Why can’t they just manage thing here?”. Whenever we stand on a railway platform and see the state of affairs, the feeling grows stronger. But, the loyal citizen inside us will never truly like to see Indian railways going in to in the hands of a private company...

    Government, Privatization, Public ownership 382  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Importance of the Railways in Westward Expansion

    “How important were railways in opening up the West?” (50 marks) The world’s first transcontinental railway came into being on the 10th of May 1869, after 6 years of intense manual labouring, much of which had occurred during the tumultuous years of the American Civil War. As it entailed a huge 1907 mile route – beginning at San Francisco Bay, and ending in Iowa on the Missouri River – the line could be described as monumentally important as it travelled through six of the 37 existing states, and...

    Arizona, First Transcontinental Railroad, Gadsden Purchase 1139  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine National Railway

    1. “Philippine National Railway” It’s role in nation’s mass transportation 2 INTRODUCTION Transportation has been used since man knew how to walk. As time passed, it grew to not only having one way to travel but a variety of means, from cars to planes, and from highways to railways. A great example of how transportation has grown and adapted through time, can be seen through the Philippine National Railway. “The PNR carries a significant role in the future...

    Commuter rail, Luzon, Manila 1876  Words | 6  Pages

  • Railway Route Optimization System

    ssvegsrgr PROJECT DEFINITION / SPECIFICATION (EXHIBIT A) Railway Route Optimization System A TECHNOLOGY PLAIN DOCUMENT PROJECT DEFINITION AND SPECIFICATION…………….………………3 SECTION 1: SPECIFICATION DATE...….……………..……………….…………………………..….3 SECTION 2: CLIENT...............…..............................…………….......…...............…………….…...3 SECTION 3: PROJECT TYPE...……............…..........

    Locomotive, Project management, Rail transport 583  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    PROJECT REPORT ON: [pic] “INDIAN RAILWAYS” [pic] TABLE OF CONTENTS | I |ACKNOWLEDGEMENT |2 | |1 |INTRODUCTION |4 | |2 |NINE ZONES OF INDIAN RAILWAYS |5 ...

    Indian Railways, Locomotive, Mumbai 3949  Words | 19  Pages

  • CBN Railway Company

            Case Study #6­1  CBN Railway Co.  Stephanie Murphy  SCML 3101                                                      1. What are potential advantages and disadvantages of entering into these “power­by­  the­mile” arrangements?      There are several advantages and very few disadvantages to power­by­the­mile arrangements;  the largest advantage being improved service to customers. The improved financial status of the  railroad has allowed the rail industry to provide a more tailored service to its customers...

    Better, Costs, Fixed cost 1122  Words | 7  Pages

  • Pak Railway

    1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS S. # | | Topics | Page # | 1 | | Executive Summary | 2 | 2 | | Introduction of Pakistan Railways | 3 | | 1.1 | History | | | 1.2 | Mission Statement | | | 1.3 | Vision Statement | | | 1.4 | Scope of Pak Railway | | 3 | | Body of Report | 5 | | 2.1 | Fish Bone Diagram | | | 2.2 | Graph of Productivity | | | 2.3 | Check List for Corporate Strategy | | | | Services and Products | 6 | | 3.1 | Customer Contact...

    Karachi, Lahore, Locomotive 7016  Words | 22  Pages

  • Case Submission CN Railway

    Control 8 Executive Summary The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) was once a Crown corporation that was hindered by heavy regulation, rather than focus on the best business decision. Even since November 1995 when the Canadian government privatized CN, the once slow moving railway company has seen improvements in all financial metrics and as a result, has seen its market value increased substantially. While the deregulation in the railway industry benefitted CN, it was not always easy; CN was...

    International trade, Investment, Latin America 1428  Words | 10  Pages

  • Railway Route Optimization System

    Date: ABSTRACT […………………………………………………………………………………… Introduction Railway Route Optimization System is a product to serve to users who are tourists. The Main purpose of the project is to let the end users or passengers to know the shortest path to reach the destination with in short period and with amount as minimum as possible and as early as possible when more than one Railways route is to there to reach the destination. This optimization system shows the graphical representation...

    Academic degree, Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical engineering 748  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cost Function in Railways

    Introduction This assignment focuses on the cost functions of the Dutch Railways. In this tutorial will be an estimated cost function developed for the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS). This cost function (expressed in Dutch Guilders) is based on the period of Year 1951 till Year 1993. This due to certain developments that made it more difficult to come to a good approach of a cost function. Based on the cost function, developed in this tutorial, there will be an answer provided on the question whether...

    Cost, Costs, Input 1627  Words | 4  Pages

  • nigerian railways corporations

    About NRC Established by the British colonial masters in 1898 the Nigerian Railway Corporation is 114 years old and it runs a unilaterally designed track system of 1067mm cape gauge. Only 30km of its track distribution is in double track and that is within Lagos area. Nigerian Railway System actually commenced rail business activities with the construction of the first rail line from Lagos to Ibadan (193km) between 1898 and 1901. By 1964 when the construction of 640km kano-Maiduguri rail line...

    Lagos, Locomotive, Nigeria 533  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Railways

    INDIAN RAILWAYS AND ITS CONTINUING MONOPOLY Indian Railways abbreviated as IR, is the state-owned railway company of India, which owns and operates most of the country's rail transport. It is overseen by the Ministry of Railways of the Government of India. Indian Railways has one of the largest and busiest rail networks in the world, transporting over 18 million passengers and more than 2 million tonnes of freight daily. It is the world's largest commercial or utility employer, with more than...

    Indian Railways, Monopoly, Narrow gauge railway 5560  Words | 17  Pages

  • Bangladesh Railways

    “Bangladesh Railways: Problems & Prospects and Its Importance to the Development in Tourism Industry” Submitted to : Mr. Saud Ahmed Lecturer Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka Submitted By : The WhizzKidz Name Roll ...

    Chittagong, Commuter rail, Locomotive 3608  Words | 13  Pages

  • Railways in india

    CHAPTER I COLONIAL POWER AND THE INTRODUCTION OF RAILWAYS IN INDIA Transport is an important infrastructure inevitable for the developmental process of a country. The progress of a country depends upon the availability of a viable system of transport facilities. Without proper means of transport and communications it may not be possible for any government to administer a vast country like India. Indian Railways played a vital role in the 1 economic development and national integration...

    British Empire, British Raj, Governor-General of India 12981  Words | 47  Pages

  • Pakistan Railway

    SIR.IMRAN SUBMITTED BY: ASIF HAFEEZ, USMAN GHANI (083582) SUBMISSTION DATE: 26-12-2011 Contents 1. Introduction -------------------------------------------03 2. Railway Earning ---------------------------------------04 3. Railway Traffic ---------------------------------------05 4. Corporate Profile --------------------------------------09 5. Corporate Direction -----------------------------------09 6. Pricing Profile -----------------------------------------09 ...

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