All India Transporters Welfare Association

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All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA)


All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA) was established in the year 2000 as a society registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 for the welfare of India's Road Transport Fraternity and to act as its mouthpiece in the matters related to country's Road Transport Industry. During the past Eighteen years, AITWA has been recognized as one of the foremost apex bodies of India's Road Transport Sector by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH). AITWA have been generously working as a powerful pillar of nations prosperous economy from the past 18+ years, representing nearly 65% of the organized Indian Road Transport Business. A proud member and Indian partner of International Road Transport Union (IRU Geneva), AITWA represent issues of India's transport industry with Central & State Governments and other authorities including planning commission. It also interacts with various other trade forums like CII, FICCI, and ASSOCHAM, PHDCCI, CAIT, etc. to help formula....

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National President's Message


Let us fight Corruption on Highways! Do you know that seventy per cent of cargo in India is transported via road? Through it is the most effective mean to carry goods, trucks plying between states with freight cover on an average around 280-340 km in a day. This means more days on road and coverage much below the developed countries. A study conducted by Marketing & Development Research Associates (MDRA) has revealed that around 37 per cent of trucks spend between 5 to 8 days per trip while on inter-state service, 26 per cent take more than 8 days to return to their originating point. Road transport has a share of 4.66 per cent of the GDP and around 10 crores people are associated with the trucking operation business in India. The sector which accounts for 10–20 per cent of the national budget comprises a large share of the economy. Corruption in the transport sector thus leads to major economic impacts. The MDRA study has estimated that trucks that get delayed due to forced stoppages by authorities are dearly costing the national economy. The figure goes up to the extent of Rs. 1130.47 crore per year. Even after the central government’s strict orders, the on-route stoppages including those at checkpoints and entry-points take up to 11 hours in a day. About 60 per cent of these (forced) on road stoppages are exercised by concerned authorities like RTO, Police, forest and excise, weighing and measuring department are for extorting money.Mahendra Arya ....

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Toll Committee Constituted by ....
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May7
NATIONAL CONVENTION -2015
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Jul29
PHOTOS OF "GST CONVENTION BY A....
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Jul29
GST Convention by AITWA
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Oct4
PRESS INVITATION :- PRESS MEET....
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Oct23
Diwali Milan Celebrations on ....
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Aug24
AITWA’s Organised meeting on "....
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Health Camp conducting by CII ....
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Sep7
AITWA is organizing a Health C....
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