GATI Limited Fixed Deposit Form

About GATI Limited:

Gati Limited is a pioneer and leader in the Express Distribution and Supply Chain Solutions in India. It was the revolutionary approach adopted by Gati that helped launch many path-breaking initiatives in the logistics segment and many were the firsts for the Indian market. In a span of 20 years, Gati has consistently explored various ways to bring premium value to the customer, always setting benchmarks in quality of service and customer satisfaction.

The Gati advantage of seamless connectivity across air, road, ocean and rail has resulted in a plethora of offerings to the customer unmatched in the industry. Besides having a strong network in India, Gati has a strong market presence in the Asia Pacific region and SAARC countries. Today, Gati has offices in China, Singapore, Bhutan, Dubai, Hong Kong, Thailand, Nepal and Sri Lanka and has plans to foray into other markets.

Gati’s shipping division, Gati Coast to Coast based at Chennai, with two decades of experience in the industry has many firsts to its credit: first in operating direct service to Yangon; first in operating a direct container service from Ranong Port, Thailand; and the first in operating direct container service from Penang, Malaysia. Gati Coast to Coast today has a tonnage of 43,581 DWT and a fleet strength of six vessels.

About GATI Limited Fixed Deposit:

The main features of the GATI Limited Fixed Deposit scheme for the general public (other than employees and shareholders) are as given below.

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