The Railway Board on Friday introduced that Visakhapatnam will quickly implement the Centre’s ‘One Station, One Product’ idea.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman introduced the ‘One Station, One Product’ idea within the current Union Finances to assist native companies and provide chains. The idea relies on the vastly standard ‘One District, One Product’ scheme and goals to advertise the availability chain of native merchandise utilizing the Indian Railways community, turning every station right into a showcase vacation spot and promotional hub for native merchandise.
Vishakapatnam would be the first station within the East Coast Railway community to implement the idea and run it on a pilot foundation for 15 days. The station will grow to be a showcase hub for toys and handicraft merchandise from the well-known Etikoppaka lacquer ware toy manufacturing village situated close by.
Waltair Divisional Supervisor Anup Kumar Sethupathi advised ANI that Visakhapatnam can be a magnet to draw gross sales. Sethupathi mentioned the station would act as a advertising channel and allot a stall to the native product, distinct to the world. The Railway Board has suggested figuring out one station in every zone for implementation of the idea, initially on a 15-day pilot foundation.
Visakhapatnam has been recognized as the primary station on the East Coast Railway zone for implementation of the idea, he added.
One other divisional official advised ANI that the authorities would erect non permanent kiosks on the station to showcase and promote handicraft merchandise. The kiosks will probably be arrange in simply accessible areas. The craftspeople will probably be recognized via native self-help teams, NGOs, and co-operative societies coping with the merchandise.
events have been requested to submit their purposes to the Senior Divisional Industrial Supervisor.
Officers additionally appealed to craftspeople with experience in wooden crafting from in-and-around Visakhapatnam to make use of this chance to market their merchandise.
The Railway Board has additionally chosen Tirupati below South Central Railway for the idea to showcase native Kalamkari textiles/artwork and wooden craft merchandise.