L&T Infrastructure Development Projects Ltd., Siemens AG, Bharat Forge Ltd. and GMR Group are among 23 companies that have shown initial interest in running private trains on one of the world's largest rail networks. Bombardier, Alstom, BEML Ltd., Medha Group, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., Sterlite, JKB infrastructure, IRCTC, and Titagarh Wagons Ltd. also showed interest in the second pre-applic
India plans to run 151 private trains in 12 clusters in the country, drawing estimated investments worth about Rs 30,000 crore. The pre-application online conference is a prelude to the request for qualification. In the first meeting, 16 companies had participated and sought clarifications.