– Preparation of cluster in 140 acres between Dhar and Pithampur
– 65 investors ready to invest 400 crores, SVP for the cluster also ready
Vikas Mishra, Indore
After getting the green signal from the cabinet for the first furniture cluster of the state on 190 hectare land of Chhoti Betma, about 20 km from the city, now the way for the plastic cluster has also been cleared. The cluster will be set up on 140 acres of land between Dhar and Pithampur. Earlier it was to be built in Choti Betma, but now land has been seen near the city for this. The land has also been shown to the Construction Company (SPV) set up for the plastic cluster and informally agreed. The final decision on the land will be taken after Dussehra. 65 industrialists in and around the city are ready to invest Rs 400 crore in the plastic cluster. Everyone has given their written consent to the government. Apart from this 110 industrialists from other parts of the country have also given their initial consent.
10 thousand people will get employment
Along with the SPV, Indore Plastic Cluster Association has also been formed. Secretary Sachin Bansal said, the paperwork regarding the cluster is almost done. About 100 industries will be set up in 140 acres. After the start of the cluster, about 10 thousand people will get employment. We have given a list of 65 investors to the government. Will get 400 crore GST: With the preparation of plastic cluster, the government will get an increase of about Rs 400 crore in GST every year. Talking about the plastic industry, there are about 6 thousand factories in Indore division, including small and big. There is a turnover of 1200 crores from them every month. Apart from the state, some big companies from outside the country are also preparing to invest in the plastic cluster.
decision on land
The furniture cluster near Indore has got the green signal from the cabinet. Preparation is also complete regarding plastic cluster. APV has been formed. A decision has to be taken regarding the land between Dhar and Pithampur. Initial investment proposals of 400 crores have also been received. Omprakash Saklecha, MSME Minister