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Integrated Industrial Development Centres

To encourage development of small & tiny industries Integrated Industrial Development Centers have been developed at (Kosi Kotwan) Mathura, Etah, Banthar (Unnao), Baghpat, Masuri Gulawati (Ghaziabad), Kursi Road (Barabanki)   and Chandauli (Varanasi) in area of 50 acres approx. each, under Central Govt. Scheme. These centres are equipped with infrastructure facilities like road, drain, power distribution network, water supply etc.

Cluster Development Scheme

The State  Government has introduced  Cluster Development  Scheme under which  Industrial Cluster are developed by upgrading infrastructure and removal of bottleneck for Industry. The Government has sanctioned five Industry Clusters for Hard Intervention and 15 other industry clusters for Soft Intervention.

Export Promotion Industrial Park

Under the Central Government scheme for promotion of exports, two EPIPs are developed by UPSIDC on 200 acres at Gautam Budh Nagar and at Agra on 100 acres
land, where high standard infrastructure facilities have been provided including cement concrete road, integrated security system, earth station etc.

Leather Technology Park

The State has one of the largest livestock populations in the country, which provides a strong raw material base required for the industry. Leather & Leather goods industry has performed exceptionally high comparative to all India figures and other regions of Council for Leather Exports. Recognizing its importance, Leather Technology Park has been developed at Banthar, Unnao on 232 acres located on NH-25 on Kanpur – Lucknow road (4 – Lane) to accommodate leather tanneries and leather goods units.

Apparel Parks
In order to promote Apparel Industry, UPSIDC has setup Apparel Parks at Tronica City, Ghaziabad at 12km from I.S.B.T. Delhi and textile & Hosiery Park at Rooma Dist. Kanpur at 10 Km from Kanpur City. These Industrial Parks have industry specific infrastructure, textile training centre, fashion design centre, quality control laboratory, workshop cum tool room, common effluent treatment plant, conference hall, women hostel etc.

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)

A joint initiative of the Governments of India and Japan, the Special Economic Partnership Initiative, DMIC envisages activating local commerce, enhancing foreign investment and attaining sustainable development. With an overall length of 1483kms and terminals at Dadri of Greater Noida and the Jawaharlal Nehru port of Mumbai, the quality infrastructure is expected to extend to 150kms on both sides. 20 nodes (13 investment region and 7 Industrial zones) have been proposed of which two fall in Uttar Pradesh – the first investment region node falls in Greater Noida and the other at Meerut-Muzaffarnagar.

Dedicated Freight Corridor Project (DFC)

Uttar Pradesh is the biggest beneficiary of DFCC project. Out of the total length of Eastern Corridor 2700kms, the total stretch of corridor in the State is 1063kms. Districts involved are Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Hapur (Panchsheelnagar), Ghaziabad, Bulandshahar, Gautam Budh Nagar, Aligarh, Mahamayanagar, Agra,Ferozabad Etawah, Auriya, Kanpur, Fatehpur, Kaushambhi, Allahabad, Mirzapur and Chandauli.The possibility of development of logistic hubs at suitable places along the Eastern Freight Corridor may be explored. Owing to the above efforts, Big Industrial houses of the country like Asian Paints, Bharat Petroleum, Delphi Automotive Systems, Yamaha Motors, Honda Siel, LG Electronics, New Holland Tractors, Pepsi, Hindustan Times, Moser Baer India, Vectra and Sheela Foams have chosen Uttar Pradesh as their preferred industrial and operational base.

Food Processing Industry and Agro Parks

Uttar Pradesh with its diverse agro climatic conditions is richly endowed in the cultivation of variety of crops. The State is leader in producing Wheat, Sugar Cane, Rice, Maize, Milk, Livestock, Poultry, total Fruits and Vegetables in the Country. Around 33.94 Lakh hectares area of the State is under Horticultural Crops. The food fortification and processing of cereals, pulses, and oilseeds some spice and condiments constitutes the Food Processing industry in the State. Two Agro Parks (over 180 acres of land) designed to meet the specific needs of the agro and food processing industry have been developed at Lucknow and Varanasi.

To promote investment in food processing, State Government has declared Food Processing Industry as a thrust sector in its Industrial Policy.

  • 50% Subsidy (maximum of Rs.100 Lakhs) on setting up of Tissue Culture units.
  • 40% Subsidy (maximum of Rs.120 Lakhs) on for setting up of multi chambered energy efficient cold storages and fruit ripening chambers.
  • 50% Subsidy (maximum of Rs.25 Lakhs) on establishment of Model Nursery.
  •  25% Subsidy (maximum of Rs.50 Lakhs) on Post Harvest Management and processing of herbal and aromatic plants.

IT hub of North India

The State exports USD 5388.89M in IT and Electronics. The IT companies in UP include IBM, Samsung, Adobe, Fujitsu, Grapecity,
Xansa India Ltd, CSC, NIIT, EXL Service, Mediatek, Wipro, Rockwell Automation, Polaris, Global Logic, Mentor Graphics, Sapient, TCS, Nokia Siemens, iGate-PATNI, Gameloft, Aon Hewitt, Accenture, Terracott and Pitney Bowes.

In Lucknow, an IT Park with a Project cost of USD 47.5 million and over an area of 1.3 lakh sqmt is being developed on Design-Finance-Build-Operate model. Besides the park, an IT city is also being planned in a 100 acres of land near Lucknow airport.

The Noida facility of Samsung is ranked as the number one amongst all Samsung subsidiaries, delivering the highest productivity for Mobile phones, colour televisions and refrigerators. Moserbaer, the world’s second largest Optical Disc producer (CDs, DVDs &
BDs) located in Uttar Pradesh.

Semiconductor Wafer Manufacturing Facility

The outlay of the proposed FAB is about Rs.34,399 crore for establishing the FAB facility of 40,000 wafer starts per month of 300mm size, using Advanced CMOS technology. The proposed location is Greater Noida.

Moradabad Special Economic Zone

A sector specific SEZ for handicrafts is developed in Moradabad over 467 acres close to New Delhi International Airport (160km). Moradabad is the biggest brass & silver handicrafts manufacturing & export centre of India. Excellent infrastructure facilities have
been provided with 24 hours security.

Inputs from Udyogmitra/Directorate of UP

 

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