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Part II : Implementation. Growth prognosis - year 2000 vs. year 2020. China. US. India. Japan. Brazil. Russia. Mexico. Germany. France. UK. Italy. Canada. 0. 5,000. 10,000. 15,000. 20,000. 25,000. GDP (US$bn). Goldman Sachs - By 2020 India’s economy will be the 3 rd largest.

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Growth prognosis - year 2000 vs. year 2020

China

US

India

Japan

Brazil

Russia

Mexico

Germany

France

UK

Italy

Canada

0

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000

25,000

GDP (US$bn)

Goldman Sachs - By 2020 India’s economy will be the 3rd largest

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Maharashtra has well developed infrastructure

  • All weather roads- 282,000 kms
  • Mumbai and JNPT Ports- handle 1/3rd of India’s cargo
  • Rail length- 5500 kms
  • 2 international airports, 21 small airports
  • Extent of Irrigation -19% (4.3 million Ha)
  • Excellent telecommunications facilities
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FOCUS AREAS

  • Enabling mechanisms for PPP in infrastructure
  • Integrated project for e-Governance under implementation.
  • Physical Infrastructure: Power, Ports, Roads, Aviation and Irrigation
  • Social infrastructure – Health, Education, Housing
  • Development of Industrial Areas and specialized Parks: Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation
  • Development of Special Economic Regions along Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor,
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Action Speaks Louder than Words!

160 Mega Projects with investment of USD 32 Billion signed! 41 have commenced production. 39 under construction.

Some of the Prominent Investors…

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160 industrial Mega Projects approved since June, 05…

…of which 35 in 08-09, 28 more upto July, 09 inspite of slowdown

33 Bln USD investment proposed, 0.2 Mln. new jobs expected

INDUSTRIAL MEGA PROJECTS

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41 in production, including VW, Hyundai, LG, CanPack, Rieter, Jindal Polyfilms, GM (19 in backward areas)

39 under construction, 36 have obtained land

Latest entrants include global leaders like POSCO of South Korea

INDUSTRIAL MEGA PROJECTS

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146 SEZs approved in the State – 51 SEZ Notified. 51 notified: 10 have started development, units established in 14 SEZs so far. 64 units already set up, 65,000 actual employment

The Investment in approved SEZs expected at US$ 40 billion and it will create employment opportunities for over 6 million people.

Area Under SEZ – 50000 Hectares (1.44% of the area of State)

MIDC, MADC and CIDCO also major players, alone or with leading private partners

GOING GLOBAL: GATEWAY OF INDIA

major clientele of maharashtra
Major Clientele Of Maharashtra

Automobiles :TATA Motors, Fiat ,GM, Daimler Chrysler,Volkswagen, Mahindra ,Bajaj Auto

Pharmaceuticals : Pfizer, Wokhardt, Ajanta, Lupin, Novartis, Cadila ,kopran , Cipla ,Serum

Engineering : Thermax ,Siemens , Bharat Forge , JCB , Hyundai

Chemicals :BASF , Tata Chemicals ,Hical ,ITC , Camlin

Steel : POSCO ,Jindal ,Tata ,Sunflag

Textile : Raymond ,Bombay Dyeing , Indocount

Information Technology :Infosys , Wipro , TCS ,Syntel ,Accenture , Hexaware , Persistent

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Every segment including 2 & 3 Wheelers, Passenger Cars, Light and Heavy Commercial Vehicles and Tractors is here in MIDC.

Maharashtra

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Bio-Tech and Pharma

The Best 6 Companies in India are From Maharashtra. “Maharashtra now has 33% share of BT industry, followed by Karnataka” (BioSpectrum)

International players like GlaxoWellcome, Novartis, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott are already established in Maharashtra.

There are several companies like Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, J B Chemicals, Unichem Laboratories, FDC, RPG Life Sciences, Aarti Drugs, Zandu Pharmaceutical, Elder Pharmaceuticals, Ankur Drugs and Pharma, which have established their manufacturing units in Maharashtra.

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Infosys

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)

Patni Computer Services

i-Flex Solutions

Mphasis BFL

Mastek

L&T Information Systems

OrbiTech Solutions

HSBC Development Centre

IBM Global Services

IT Majors’ “Are Here”

  • Wipro
  • L&T
  • Information
  • Systems
  • OrbiTech
  • Solutions
  • Datamatics
  • Mahindra-
  • British
  • Telecom
  • Silverline
  • Cognizant
  • Syntel
  • Kanbay
  • Datamatics

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it hardware companies in maharashtra
IT Hardware Companies In Maharashtra

APW President Systems Ltd

Celetronix India Pvt. Ltd.

CMS Computers Ltd.

D-Link (India) Ltd.

Emerson Network Power (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Jabil Circuit India Pvt. Ltd.

Lipi Data Systems Ltd.

LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd

PCS Technology Ltd.

Philips

Zenith Computers Ltd.

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STATE PORTS UNDER DEVELOPMENT

Rewas

Aware

Dighi

Jaigad

Vijaydurg

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PPP Projects in Port Sector

  • Future Port Projects –
  • 40+ sites with suitable draughts are available for construction of vessels up to 1,00,000 DWT
midc background
MIDC :Background

MIDC is established on 1st August ,1962 under Maharashtra Industrial Development ( MID) Act,1961 For Planned Industrial Infrastructure Development & Balanced Regional Development

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MRTP Act : MIDC is declared as Special Planning

Authority In MIDC areas From14/10/1993

Developed 230 Industrial Parks on 54717 ha. Of Land

Major Industrial Area : 90

Small Industrial Area : 90

Growth Centre( State): 46

Growth Centre(Centre): 4

  • Classification Of Areas
  • Small Industrial Area Upto 10 Ha.
  • Growth Centre ú Minimum 100 Ha
  • Major Industrial Area More Than 100 Ha

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Water Supply Schemes : 1977 MLD

Water Supply Utilization Patterns

A . All Over Maharashtra 1312 MLD

1) Domestic ( 54 % ) 708 MLD

2) Industrial ( 46 % ) 604 MLD

B . Mumbai Metropolitan Region 786 MLD

1) Domestic ( 70 % ) 550 MLD

2) Industrial ( 30 % ) 236 MLD

MIDC is acquiring 60000 Ha of More land at various locations in Maharashtra.

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Advantages of Locating in MIDC

  • Four decades of experience in Industrial Infrastructure
  • Ready Availability of Land
  • Clear title of land, free from all encumbrances
  • Established connectivity
  • Provision of world-class infrastructure
  • True Single-window clearances and approvals
  • More dependability and reliability on account of being Government of Maharashtra undertaking

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GEMS & JEWELLERY Parks , Floriculture Parks, Wine Parks Developed.

Developed 26 Iinformation Technology Parks at various locations Food Parks are being developed in Butibori, Shendra, Newasa,Addl. Latur, Osmanabad.

Common Effluent Treatment plants are commissioned at 19 places . Solid waste Disposal plants started operations

Fire Stations are Operational At 15MIDC areas. 24 New Locations are expected to be equipped with new firestations.

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MIDC has signed an agreement with Microsoft to computerise multiple functions across the organisation. Under the agreement, MIDC will deploy Microsoft’s ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software to streamline processes in the corporation.

  With this pact, MIDC has perhaps become the country’s first state-owned industrial body to streamline its internal processes in such a fashion.

MIDC & MICROSOFT PACT

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Public Private Partnerships already successful in SEZs, Airport

Implementation of Clean & Green Eco friendly ( CGEF) Industrial Park with Science & Technology Parks Of India is already taking .

Single Window Clearance in MIDC process initated.

Decentralisation of powers to Regional level.

MIDC Procedures Are Hasselfree & Industry Conducive

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Hydel Power Generation Proposal At Barvi Dam.

MoU Proposed for 1000 MW probable power generation at Bhadravati, with MSEDCL

Land Alottment for Power Projects at Mul , Tiroda(Gondia), Dewali(Wardha) ,Chandrapur.

Land Acquisition under MID Act for Tata Power ( Shahpur Dherund),Reliance( Nagothane, Alibag),Jindal ( Ratnagiri), Ispat ( Wave, Pen).

Initiatives By MIDC for Power For Industries In MIDC

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airports with midc
Airports With MIDC

Amaravati

Yavatmalý

Nanded

Latur

Osmanabad

Baramati

Kolhapur

Ratnagiri

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wine parks
Wine Parks

Godavari Wine Park, Vinchur-Nashik

52 kms from Nashik, spread over 151.36 hectares

Krishna Wine Park, Palus – Sangli

38 kms from Sangli, spread over almost 53.70 hectares

midc special planning authority
MIDC : Special Planning Authority

MIDC has Independent Development Control Rules since 07/01/1999.

MIDC is declared as Special Planning Authority by Government of Maharashtra for Private Non Multiproduct SEZ developed in Maharashtra.

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dmic influence areas
DMIC Influence Areas

Industrial Region

Phase I : Igatpuri- Nasik – Sinnar

Phase II : Khed -Pune

Industrial Area

Phase I : Dighi Port & Nearby

Phase II : Khed, Chakan

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Investment Region (Min.200SQKM)

a)

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Industrial Area (Min.100SQKM)

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Mallavaram – Bhilvara Pipeline

  • Transmission Company - GSPL
  • Proposed gas carrying capacity -
  • 30 MMSCMD
  • Dahej LNG Terminal
  • Capacity – 10 MMTPA
  • Hazira LNG Terminal
  • Capacity – 2.5 MMTPA
  • Dahej – Uran Pipeline
  • Transmission Company - GAIL
  • Length – 421 kms
  • Diameter – 30”
  • Gas carrying capacity – 12 MMSCMD
  • Dahej – Uran Pipeline
  • Transmission Company - GAIL
  • Length – 421 kms
  • Diameter – 30”
  • Gas carrying capacity – 12 MMSCMD
  • East West Pipeline
  • Transmission Company - Reliance
  • Start Location – Kakinanda
  • End Location – Bharuch
  • Length – 1440 kms
  • Diameter – 48”
  • Pressure – 94 kg/ cm² (maximum)

Bombay High Gas (ONGC’s Uran – Trombay Pipeline)

Bombay High Gas (ONGC’s Uran – Trombay Pipeline)

  • Panvel – Dabhol Pipeline
  • Transmission Company - GAIL
  • Length – 187 kms
  • Diameter – 30”
  • Gas carrying capacity – 12 MMSCMD
  • Pressure – 92 kg/ cm²
  • Dabhol LNG Terminal
  • Capacity – 5 MMTPA
  • Dabhol – Banglore Pipeline
  • Transmission Company - GAIL
  • Length – 730 kms
  • Diameter – 30”
  • Gas carrying capacity – 16 MMSCMD

MIDC Is Implementing For Natural Gas Grid Network for Industrial Areas

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Independent Endorsements

  • “India’s most competitive State” (‘Businessworld’ 23.2.09, with Institute for Competitiveness, Gurgaon)
  • “ Maharashtra has 20.6 % of Investment Of India ( Highest ) “ RBI Report

on Investment 2008-09 published in Sept. 2009

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Thank you.

Mrs. Malini Shankar DCI – dici@maharashtra.gov.in

Dev. Commr Industries. Maharshtra

Dr. K. Shivaji - CEO, MIDC -- ceo@midcindia.org