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Ktmb malaysia e-ticket

Transportation has always remained as a vibrant sector chiefly because man has never remained still. He has opted for progress in all the fields. This made the transportation sector as developed as the other sectors. The result of all these uniform developments is that all the sectors have undergone same amount of transportation and are on par with each other. If this was not so, then the world would look mismatched with one particular sector receiving the maximum concern and the other sector remaining completely ignorant. There are numerous means of transportation all around the world. One such transportation is the KTMB (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad) or the Malayan Railway.

The KTMB is one among the busy railway lines in the world with about four million passengers every annum. It still has lots of development ahead of it as it is still under improvement. The KTMB commutes passengers through the mainland states of Malaysia and also the border of Singapore to its south and Thailand to its north. Though it has lots of development to undergo, it is not lagging behind in providing its commuters with the latest facilities and conveniences. One such highly useful amenity is the KTMB Malaysia e-ticket. It saves the commuter a lot of time and also makes traveling a less hassle some experience.

The KTMB started due to the tin-ore transportation. This was the foremost railway line covering eight miles and was laid connecting the tin mining town to port weld. Observing the benefit of this railway route, soon rails were laid in Pahang, Selangor, Johor and Kelanatan and all these were connected eventually to form a trunk line such that it ran from Singapore to Kuala Gris, the Thailand border. Slowly the steam locomotives gained importance for transporting people as well as bulk materials. This was then replaced by diesel trains. KTMB faced a decline as the shipping, air and road services became perfect.

To maintain the level of competitiveness, KTMB transformed its performance and came with electric trains for covering short distances such as Kuala Lumpur to Rawang. To make it more proficient, it introduced the KTMB Malaysia e-ticket. This was of great convenience to the travelers as they could book it comfortably and receive a confirmation receipt at their door step. There is no doubt that the advancement in technology has reached far and wide and KTMB does not stand behind in availing such facilities and to offer it to their travelers. This objective of traveler’s satisfaction has coerced them to follow KTMB Malaysia e-ticket.

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April 29, 2008 - Posted by | Blogroll, E-tickets

2 Comments »

  1. hello, after read your journal i observed that you are good in KTM malaysia information.
    i would like to know what are the strengths,weaknesses, opportunities, and threat (SWOT analysis) of KTMB.
    please help me!!!
    thanks

    Comment by sheik ismail | March 30, 2009 | Reply

  2. i like ktmb……

    Comment by m.nabil | August 16, 2009 | Reply


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