Business Markets

Moving Solutions expanded its legs to 28 states and more than 2500 cities

New Delhi [India] : Movingsolutions.in, a trusted online transport service booking portal in India, has now expanded its logistics business by covering 28 states and 2500+ cities.With the association of 2000+ authorized service providers, the company is offering a wide range of relocation services for household transportation, commercial shifting, bike, and car transportation services. The company has currently more than 2000 service providers, who have their branches pan India. And by collaborating with them, Moving Solutions has now covered all the 28 states of the country. Well, the company is already working with a wide range of clients from different places and regions across the globe.Moving Solutions is well-known for its quality services for both local and interstate relocations. It is an expert in packing & shifting and a complete relocation service provider too. The company understands the difficulties people face while hunting for…

Automobiles Technology

Skoda Kushaq SUV Receives More Than 2000 Bookings In A Week

Skoda Kushaq was launched in the Indian car market last week and it would appear that the mid-size SUV – rival to the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Tata Harrier – has had a brisk start courtesy more than 2,000 bookings received in a week’s time. Kushaq is offered with a 1.0-litre TSI engine which comes with both a 6-speed manual as well as an automatic transmission. There is a more powerful 1.5-litre TSI four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine expected this month as well. While the former starts at ₹10.50 lakh, the top-end variant with 1.5-litre engine and 7-speed DST automatic transmission has been priced at ₹17.60 lakh (ex showroom). Based on the highly versatile MQB-A0-IN vehicle architecture, Skoda Kushaq has been primarily designed and developed for the Indian car market. The Czechs are attempting to have a bigger say in the automotive sector in the country and the lucrative mid-size SUV segment was…