FERRY or CONVEY?
FERRY in the sense of transportation means movement with the help of or on a ship or a boat.
CONVEY, on the other hand, a verb too, means to take or carry someone or something to a particular place.
CONVEY also means expressing a thought, feeling, or idea so that it is understood by other people. This is the other meaning of CONVEY.
So, as we are situated in the heart the High Himalayas (where seas and oceans, boats and ships have no relevance, you do not FERRY goods but CONVEY them on the lorries (not trucks!), so that our people have a continuous supply of essential items, food and vegetables included.