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Indian Oil & CRIS sign agreement for digital integration to monitor rake movement

Indian Oil has signed an agreement with the Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS) for digital integration with end-to-end visibility of petroleum products and LPG rakes
Indian Oil inks agreement with Railway’s CRIS for digital integration to monitor rake movement
Indian Oil inks agreement with Railway’s CRIS for digital integration to monitor rake movement

New Delhi: Indian Oil has signed an agreement with the Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS), an arm of the Ministry of Railways, for digital integration with end-to-end visibility of petroleum products and LPG rakes. This initiative is a first of its kind in the Indian petroleum sector for the digitalisation of petroleum products and the LPG supply chain.

Indian Oil - CRIS agreement

As per the agreement, CRIS will provide data services to Indian Oil through the customized APIs (Application Program Interface) and enable digital integration for end-to-end visibility of petroleum products and LPG rake movement on a real-time basis. Web-portal and Mobile app is being developed by Indian Oil through this digital integration which is named ‘IndianOil Rail SAMPARK.’

This digital initiative will provide a gamut of benefits such as the current position of both empty and loaded rakes, product details, better resource planning, demurrage and freight analysis, and timely positioning of products at demand centres as well as the evacuation of products from Indian Oil Refineries. Analytics will be used to create a decision support system for improving rail logistics.

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On behalf of Indian Oil and CRIS, the agreement has been signed between Indian Oil's Executive Director (S&D) Rajesh Nigam and CRIS's General Manager (Operations) Dr Amit Kumar Jain in the presence of Indian Oil's Executive Director (Regional Services – Northern Region) Arup Kumar Sinha, Chief General Manager (Ops) Delhi State Office Rajesh Nayyar and from Indian Oil and CRIS's Director (Operations) Manoj Akhouri.

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