MIDC identifies 650-acre land in Nashik city for industries
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MIDC identifies 650-acre land in Nashik city for industries

After developing a new industrial estate at Talegaon-Akrale in Dindori on 650 acres of land, the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has identified around 650 acres at Sinnar and Rajur Bahula, around 15 km from Nashik city, for industrial development.

MIDC told the media that they had identified 360 acres of land at Rajur Bahula to help industries set up their manufacturing unit. Another 300 acres have been identified in Sinnar taluka of Nashik district.

The process of land acquisition for industries at these two locations was affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now industrial operations have also gathered momentum with pandemic restrictions.The MIDC has started planning for more land for the industries in Nashik.

Chairman of the MSME committee of Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture (MACCIA), Ashish Nahar, said that the committee had asked MIDC to provide land to the industries according to their requirement.

He said that the industrial growth of Nashik was affected during the past 15 years due to a lack of land. No industrial investment came to Nashik over the last decade. Both Satpur and Ambad industrial estates under Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) were fully occupied with no land for expansion.

He added that the Dindori industrial estate is getting thousands of crores of investment and will be occupied fully within a year. There is a need to have more land for the industries.

The land allocation process at Dindori has begun, and all industrial plots are expected to be allotted by this year. MIDC has started planning to acquire more land for industrial expansion.

The industrial associations sought the government for expanding industrial estates in Nashik. A delegation of MACCIA, led by its Vice-President Sudhakar Deshmukh and Nahar, met the MIDC’s Nashik officer Nitin Gavli and handed him a memorandum of their demands. Gavli, in return, assured the delegation to look into the issue positively.

The association highlighted that some industries had been shut down due to several issues, and some migrated their manufacturing units to other places due to a shortage of land.

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After developing a new industrial estate at Talegaon-Akrale in Dindori on 650 acres of land, the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has identified around 650 acres at Sinnar and Rajur Bahula, around 15 km from Nashik city, for industrial development. MIDC told the media that they had identified 360 acres of land at Rajur Bahula to help industries set up their manufacturing unit. Another 300 acres have been identified in Sinnar taluka of Nashik district. The process of land acquisition for industries at these two locations was affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now industrial operations have also gathered momentum with pandemic restrictions.The MIDC has started planning for more land for the industries in Nashik. Chairman of the MSME committee of Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture (MACCIA), Ashish Nahar, said that the committee had asked MIDC to provide land to the industries according to their requirement. He said that the industrial growth of Nashik was affected during the past 15 years due to a lack of land. No industrial investment came to Nashik over the last decade. Both Satpur and Ambad industrial estates under Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) were fully occupied with no land for expansion. He added that the Dindori industrial estate is getting thousands of crores of investment and will be occupied fully within a year. There is a need to have more land for the industries. The land allocation process at Dindori has begun, and all industrial plots are expected to be allotted by this year. MIDC has started planning to acquire more land for industrial expansion. The industrial associations sought the government for expanding industrial estates in Nashik. A delegation of MACCIA, led by its Vice-President Sudhakar Deshmukh and Nahar, met the MIDC’s Nashik officer Nitin Gavli and handed him a memorandum of their demands. Gavli, in return, assured the delegation to look into the issue positively. The association highlighted that some industries had been shut down due to several issues, and some migrated their manufacturing units to other places due to a shortage of land. Image Source Also read: Nashik Municipal Corp to conduct GIS mapping of the entire city

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