Amid surge in COVID cases, shortage of oxygen was reported by several states. Ro-Ro express train carrying liquid oxygen moved out from the RINL Vizag steel plant and will be taken over by Indian Railways. The train is en route to Maharashtra, which is facing acute shortage of oxygen.
"Oxygen Express" arrived in Andhra Pradesh's Visakhapatnam on April 22. The cryogenic tankers, with a total carrying capacity of more than 100 tons of LMO (Liquid Medical Oxygen) will be loaded at Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL) - Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. It will be utilised for the oxygen requirement for COVID patients in Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.
The first Oxygen Express arrived at Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited Vizag Steel Plant in the early hours of Thursday. Oxygen will be filled into seven empty cryogenic tankers which will deliver oxygen to..
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Indian Railways’ oxygen express train left from Navi Mumbai on Monday. The train carried seven tankers from Kalamboli good yards. The train left for Vizag where it will be loaded with medical oxygen...
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