Nepal Transport


  • Sangli – Nepal
  • Nepal – Sangli

History of Nepal

Nepal is a landlocked country and road transportation is an integral part of the logistics and freight transactions between Nepal and India. The piece of land of Asian nation makes it a significant challenge tho’. We specialize in providing cost-effective and efficient logistics solutions that meet our clients’ businesses’ logistics needs in India and Nepal with regards to Transport, Freight, Warehousing, Storage, Customs Clearance and Import Export Documentation. Nepal is a little poor in transportation. The country cannot spend expenses on the construction of the roads. Though, there are several highways that connect the cities.

Starting from loading to unloading at the destination, and maintaining the highest standards in terms of safety while in transit, we take nothing to chance. Even if the load is outsized or over-dimensional in nature, our logistical specialists and technicians lookout of the minutest of details to make sure the security of payload and its timely delivery to its destination, every time.

Nepal remains isolated from the world’s major land, air and ocean transport routes though, at intervals the country, aviation is during a higher state, with forty-seven airports, eleven of them with paved runways; flights are frequent and support sizeable traffic. The cragged and mountainous tract within the northern simple fraction of the country has created the building of roads and alternative infrastructure troublesome and big-ticket. More than third of its folks live a minimum of a 2 hours walks from the closest all-season road. Only recently all district headquarters (except for Simikot and Dunai) became accessible by road from Kathmandu. In addition, around 60% of the road network and most rural roads are not operable during the rainy season. The only practical seaport of entry for goods bound for Kathmandu is an urban center in province state of the Asian country. Internally, the poor state of development of the road system makes access to markets, schools, and health clinics a challenge.

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