Breakthrough Step in India's Transportation Industry: iSky Transport System Initiates an Era of Change

Breakthrough Step in India's Transportation Industry: iSky Transport System Initiates an Era of Change

16 November 2023

iSky Transport System Pvt Ltd, a company dedicated to the advancement of string transport technology in India, has released news of a historic meeting that took place in New Delhi with the Indian Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari.

“We at iSky Transport System are elated to share the successful outcome of our crucial meeting with Shri Nitin Gadkari, the Honourable Minister for Road Transport & Highways of India, held at his office in New Delhi. This significant gathering marks a key moment in our mission towards transforming urban and freight mobility with sustainable and innovative solutions.

Our Vision in the Spotlight: Our esteemed directors, Mr. Sheik Ahamed Shahil Anoof and Mr. Hari Prasad, in the company of the acclaimed infrastructure and sustainable mobility expert Mr. Vaibhav Dange, spearheaded the presentation of our avant-garde technologies and strategies aimed at elevating India's transportation infrastructure.

A Confluence of Minds: The meeting was further graced by the presence of our technology partners and the CEO of uScovery DMCC Oleg Zaretskiy, making it a melting pot of ideas and collaborative spirit.

Endorsement by Shri Gadkari Ji: We are immensely honored by Shri Gadkari Ji’s recognition of our groundbreaking technology. His belief in its transformative potential for India's mobility landscape is a testament to our vision and efforts.

Forward-Looking Steps: In a gesture of continued collaboration, we have invited Shri Gadkari Ji to our test and certification centre in Sharjah, setting the stage for future joint endeavors.

Turning the Page: This meeting is more than just a dialogue; it's a step towards a sustainable, efficient future in Indian transportation. We stand at the cusp of a major breakthrough - stay tuned for exciting developments!”.

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