4 greenfield industrial cities or nodes are being developed in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh below the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Hall (DMIC), and main trunk infrastructure works have been accomplished there, the commerce and business mentioned on Friday.
In these cities, 138 plots (754 acres) have been allotted to firms with funding to the tune of greater than Rs 16,750 crore, it mentioned in an announcement.
Anchor traders in these cities/nodes embody firms like HYOSUNG (South Korea), NLMK (Russia), HAIER (China), TATA Chemical substances and AMUL.
Additional, as many as 23 nodes/initiatives in different industrial corridors are below numerous levels of planning and growth.
The target of the commercial hall programme is to create greenfield good industrial cities with sustainable ‘plug n play’ ICT enabled utilities to facilitate the manufacturing investments into the nation by offering high quality, dependable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure for the industries.
The federal government has authorized 11 such corridors consisting of 32 initiatives to be developed in 4 phases.
The ministry mentioned that below Bengaluru-Mumbai Industrial Hall (BMIC), Dharwad node has been envisaged to be developed for attaining an accelerated growth and regional business agglomeration in Karnataka.
The mission spreads throughout an space of over 6,000 acres, “the proposed industrial growth at Dharwad will increase the prevailing industrial growth and create an funding vacation spot for numerous classes of industries by provision of large-scale regional trunk infrastructure at Dharwad and faucet the potential of the prevailing street/rail freight motion,” it added.
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