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CONCOR has carried out an internal restructuring which involved compressing eight regions into four as part of a strategy to rationalize operations, better utilize human resources, cut costs and boost revenue. It will also help the organization to have faster and decentralized decision making by empowering field units to improve operational efficiency. The newly formed areas will be headed by Executive Director at Corporate level.

The erstwhile regions of North West and Central Regions were merged into Area II (West) which now comprises of two clusters namely Ahmedabad Cluster & Mumbai Cluster and the Cluster heads will look after the Business Development & operations of their respective clusters.
Ahmedabad Cluster :

1. Caters primarily to the industrially rich hinterland of the state of Gujarat. The cluster took lead in development of Container Traffic for the ports at Pipavav, Mundra and Kandla. Presently, the share of CONCOR’s Mundra Port in the rail handling at Port is 9.93% (Imports share : 9.55% and Exports share : 10.29%) and at Pipavav Port, the share of CONCOR’s Pipavav Terminal for last FY in the rail handling at Port is 26.49% (Imports share : 31.38% and Exports share : 20.22%).

Mumbai Cluster :
1. Serving the city of Mumbai, which is the commercial and industrial hub of the country makes this Cluster an important source and destination for a substantial volume of containerized cargo. In addition to catering to the crucial Mumbai traffic, the cluster also covers parts of Southern Maharashtra, Southern Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Goa under its jurisdiction. Presently, the share of CONCOR’s JNPT Port Terminal in the rail handling at Port is 15.40% (Imports share : 15.86% and Exports share : 14.98%).
2. Facilities exist at Indore, Bhopal and Nagpur for catering to the traffic generated in these areas. The proximity to the gateway port makes transit and frequency of service considerations crucial for these terminals.
3. The facilities offered by the cluster includes reworking of LCL export containers moved by rail from hinterland terminals as piggy back on the scheduled services to JNPT/NSICT for hub-reworking at Dronagiri Node.