Oxygen Express leaves for Maharashtra from RINL plant
NEW DELHI: State-run RINL on Thursday said the Oxygen Express train with 100 tonnes medical oxygen has left for Maharashtra from its plant in Visakhapatnam.
“First Oxygen Express chugged off RINL #VizagSteelPlant site carrying 100 tons of Liquid Medical Oxygen to Maharashtra to meet medical exigencies of covid patients,” Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL) said in a tweet.
Until now, RINL on an average was supplying 100 tonnes oxygen daily to Andhra Pradesh and adjoining states.
In the last one week, RINL has supplied about 800 tonnes oxygen, a company spokesperson said, adding “we can support till 100-150 tonne per day depending on demand.
Source: Press Trust of India
The first ‘Oxygen Express’ train loaded with 100T of liquid medical oxygen has left for Maharashtra from Visakhapatnam Steel Plant.
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