Trucks doing 20% more post GST

CEOs of logistics companies are saying that their trucks which were earlier travelling 300-350 kms per day are now doing 400-420 kms per day.

This is great news. Can folks in business who ship things confirm this?? more  

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This was one of the promises made during implementation of GST.This is approx 25% faster it means trucks utilisation will increase and in turn profitability. more  
Very good effect of GST. Let it be publicised to give befitting reply to pappu's slogan of gabbar singh tax. more  
Good to hear +ve things. more  
People of India should not pay attention to Pappus and Haffttakhors of the century. What our self certified economists and secualr snacks are barking is totally wrong. GST has abolishef several taxes, reduced inspector raj, removed octroi posts, corruption and simple and transparent method. People should support good things irrespective of what bewades and filth grade chaprasis and commission agents or characterless media bark, They are simply devils and are looking for money only. Doing something good is not there cup of tea. They are the best at Hafftta collection. more  
Yes True under GST and the introduction of EWayBill the movement of goods cross country has eased and now it is one nation one tax , as such check posts are eliminated as tax rates are same in all states , leading to great ease of business for all manufacturers, traders and retailers more  
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