Industrial Corridor reaches Himachal

District Una has 7 developed industrial areas as Mehatpur, Tahliwal, Gagret, Amb, Jeetpur Behari, Basal, Pandoga and 12 industrial areas are being developed/proposed to be developed on about 2000 acres of land. A new dimension will be added in the industrial development of the state.

As we know that the main objective of "National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation" is to develop industrial cities and to develop basic industrial infrastructure in India. It is a matter of pride for Himachal that the Government of India has already given approval to include the "Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh" area in the "Amritsar-Kolkata Industrial Corridor". Just a few days ago, a meeting of the "Highest Monitoring Authority" of the National "Industrial Corridor Development and Implementation Trust" was held in Delhi under the chairmanship of Finance Minister Smt. He also participated with the high officials of the state and strongly advocated connecting 'Una' with the Amritsar-Kolkata corridor on the lines of Baddi. Presently there are 5 industrial corridors namely Delhi-Mumbai, Chennai-Bangalore, Chennai-Bangalore corridor extension via Coimbatore-Kochi, Amritsar-Kolkata and Hyderabad-Nagpur. Despite several geographical constraints, Himachal Pradesh today has emerged as a good investment state for entrepreneurs. In the field of "ease of doing business" it ranks first among the hill states and among the first 10 states in the whole country.

Himachal has left behind big states like Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal. Himachal has also got the distinction of being an "Aspiring Leader" in the "Start-up Eco System" ranking. Today the contribution of "secondary sector" in the state GDP is about 40 percent. The easy access of the entrepreneur to the administration, better law and order than other states, uninterrupted supply of quality power etc. are also some of the points, which establish Himachal as a separate state in the entire country. The "Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh region" is also called the "Pharma Hub" of Asia and the "Manchester" of Himachal. More than 60 percent of the export of the entire state comes from this region. Textile industry, pharma, electronics etc. are prominent in this. Situated in district Solan, this area is very near to Chandigarh and is spread over an area of ​​about 35 square kilometres. Where about 2500 industrial units are working. 11 industrial areas/industrial settlements/export promotion industrial parks are developed here on 5600 bigha land. Cipla, Sun Pharma, Torrent Pharma, Mondelez, Colgate, Procter & Gamble, Vardhman, Indorama, Birla, Philips, Havells, Luminous, Indopharm, TVS. Large industrial conglomerates like Motors are operating here.

Inland container depot, common effluent treatment plant, hazards waste management plant, skill development center, ESI are located here as basic industrial infrastructure. Residential facilities in the form of hospitals, workers' hostels (for men and women) and social facilities, business centres, dental and pharma colleges and universities are available here. In view of the above facts and to promote competition and to reduce the cost of transportation of raw materials and finished goods, the State Government in association with National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (NICDC) has formed a It is proposed to set up a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). This "SPV" "B.B.N. To develop "Integrated Manufacturing Complex" (IMC) under the "Amritsar-Kolkata Industrial Corridor" in the region", which will provide "trucking infrastructure" and necessary industrial infrastructure, so that "BBN Industrial Area" will become more competitive. Jointly called "B.B.N. Five integrated manufacturing clusters have been identified in the region. Projects of national importance like “Medical Device Park” on 300 acres and “Raksha Park” on 800 acres will be developed from 3026 acres of land. Necessary government approvals related to the remaining land are still in the final stages. Una is becoming the emerging industrial district of the state today. This bbn It is only 80 km away from the industrial area. In a meeting held at Dharamsala some time ago, the Industries Department had called for "NICDC. (National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation)" to this district as "B.B.N. Node project" as the area is well connected by road and rail network.

The Ropar-Dharamsala and Hoshiarpur-Jalandhar highways are bordered by both its borders. "Adampur Airport" is just 50 kilometers away from Una. Presently more than 450 enterprises are functioning here and the state's first "Food Park" with an investment of Rs 100 crore is located here. The pipeline of natural gas provided by "Gas Authority of India Limited" (GAIL) is working in "Tahliwal Industrial Belt". About 1000 crores are exported from this district. Nestle India, Cremica Food, Nyasa Plastics, Sukhjit Agro Industries, Preetika Autocost, Sonalika Industries, Luminous Industries, Selson Steel, Supermax Industries are working here. District Una has 7 developed industrial areas as Mehatpur, Tahliwal, Gagret, Amb, Jeetpur Behari, Basal, Pandoga and 12 industrial areas are being developed/proposed to be developed on about 2000 acres of land. Apart from this, a proposal for “Bulk Drug Park” on 1405 acres of land has been sent to the Central Government and projects of “Integrated Industrial Park”, Electric Vehicle Components have also been identified to be established in this district. A "Green Hydrogen Plant" to be built at a cost of Rs 1000 crore is also coming up in Una district. NICDC And this joint effort of the state government has definitely helped BBN. The region will establish a new dimension in the industrial development of district Una and Himachal.

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