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Clusters of Maharashtra. Maharashtra - Key Indicators. Maharashtra – Robust Infrastructure. Road. Railway. -. The. state. encompasses. 2. major. railway. zones. ;. the. Central. and. Western. -. Maharashtra has . a high . road . -. 9.2 percent of total railway network in .

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    1. Clusters of Maharashtra

    2. Maharashtra - Key Indicators

    3. Maharashtra – Robust Infrastructure Road Railway - The state encompasses 2 major railway zones ; the Central and Western - Maharashtra has a high road - 9.2 percent of total railway network in network connectivity in the country. the country - 98percent of the villages are well - The railway route length per 1,000 connected with all weather roads in sq. km of geographical area is 19.42 the state. km in the State as against 19.70 km in the country. (as on 31st March , 2009) Airport Power Port 32 percent of the total cargo traffic - Maharashtra is well connected to of the major ports in India is handled - Maharashtra has the largest installed major cities in the USA, EU, Asia and by the JnPT and MbPT ports of electricity generation capacity as on other Indian metropolitan cities . Maharashtra. March 2012 is 24,529 MW - The state has the highest number of Traffic handled at Major Ports : airports in the country JnPT — 48 million tonnes MbPT — 44 million tonnes Source: Socio - Economic Review , Maharashtra 2009 - 10; www.nhai.org, August, 2010; Ministry of Shipping, ‘ Port Statistics’ 2011 - 12 MIDC , AAI and MADC; http://www.sezindia.nic.in/index.asp ` & Maharashtra Industries Department, September 2010

    4. Maharashtra - We understand Businesss • Modern, progressive and urbanized state. • Strong Infrastructure – physical and financial • Large pool of skilled manpower • Policy driven state, consistently progressive. • Enabling environment – regulatory, law and order. • Supportive Government- Process reforms / simplification, facilitation, Labour reforms.

    5. Maharashtra – Industry

    6. Maharashtra – Industry

    7. We need Growth + Employment

    8. Distribution of Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) in the State Nashik 12.1% Amravati 4 % Nagpur 9.5 % Konkan 25.6% Marathwada 6.8 % Pune 42 % Total MSMEs - 1,66,578

    9. Sectoral distribution of SMEs Engg, Automobiles, Electrical Machinery, Plastics & Rubber, Food Processing, Textiles, Steel Furniture Nashik 12.1% Amravati 4 % Nagpur 9.5 % Textiles, Engg, Plastics, Rubber, Agro & Food processing Fabrication, Steel, Machinery, Mining Konkan 25.6% Marathwada 6.8 % Pune 42 % Agro & Food processing, Textile, Fabrication, Plastics, Automobile, Steel Rolling Agro & Food processing, Coal & Lime Mining, fabrication,Textile, Engg, Pharma, Chemicals, Food & Beverages, Plastics, Printing, Mining, Tourism Automobile, Textiles, Engg, Agro & Food Processing, Plastics, Rubber, Fabrication, Steel, Machinery, Furniture, Printing, IT, BT, Electrical Machinery, Telecom, Total MSMEs - 1,66,578

    10. Incentivesto SMEs in the past. • Financing by State organisations • Special Capital incentives • ED exemption, SD exemption, octroi refund, VAT refund • 30,045 MSMEs benefitted , incentives Rs.2,484 cr • Industrial Policy of 2007 –1417 MSMEs availed incentives of Rs.116 cr

    11. Clusters • 75 clusters identified. • 16 approved. • 6 operational – assets of Rs. 270 cr created. • 11 will be operational in next one year- assets of Rs. 364 cr will be created.

    12. Distribution of Clusters Nashik14 Nagpur 14 Amravati 3 Konkan11 Marathwada 13 Pune20 Total Clusters - 75 Operational –6

    13. Variety of Clusters • Fly Ash Cluster, Chandrapur. • Bamboo Cluster - Gadchiroli, Chandrapur. • Raisin Cluster – Sangli, Nashik. Mango Cluster -Ratnagiri. Wine Cluster - Nashik. Cashew & Kokum Cluster - Sindhudurg, Jaggery Cluster – Kolhapur. • Garment Cluster - Vita (Sangli), Nagpur. PaithaniSaree Cluster – Nashik. Textile Cluster- Malegaon, Dhule, Ichalkaranji • Automobile Cluster - Aurangabad, Foundry and Engineering Cluster – Kolhapur. Auto Cluster - Pune, Engineering Cluster - Nashik, General Engineering Cluster- Pune.

    14. Fly Ash Cluster, Chandrapur 40 units, Employment 1,100 Production of fly ash based articles

    15. Fly Ash Cluster – Testing lab

    16. Fly Ash Cluster – Fly Ash Classifier

    17. Ichalkaranji Textile Cluster – CETP

    18. Ichalkaranji Textile Cluster - CFC

    19. Auto Engineering Cluster, Pune

    20. Nashik Engineering Cluster - CFC

    21. Nashik Engineering Cluster -Prototyping Facility

    22. Sangli Raisin Cluster

    23. Turmeric Cluster, Sangli 119 units

    24. Mango Processing Cluster, RatnagiriAsceptic Packaging

    25. PaithaniSaree Cluster, Yeola

    26. PaithaniSaree Cluster, Yeola

    27. PaithaniSaree Cluster, YeolaSilk dyeing demo

    28. Clusters, advantages • The infrastructure is created as per the felt need of the SMEs. • Procurement by the SPV. • Government only a facilitator. • Quality standards high. • Transparency, use of IT. • Strengthening of the Agri sector – value addition. • Environmentally friendly behaviour

    29. to COMPETITION COLLABORATION

    30. CLUSTERS • Elimination of middlemen • Farmers to industrialists • Increase of productivity and profitability • Accessing large orders, imports • Viability of SMEs improves • Trickle down to micro sector

    31. Clusters act as platform for • Sharing of information and knowledge. • Sharing of skills –technical, financial, marketing. • Lobbying and getting their due from Govt. • Facilitating start-ups. • Interface with Govt./ Academic institutions • Accessing Govt.schemesstock markets.

    32. Incentives for MSMEs • Industrial Promotion Subsidy – VAT + CST+ (20% to 100% of ITC) • Power tariff subsidy - Re. 1 per unit in Vidarbha, Konkan, Marathwada and North M’tra & 50 paise per unit in rest of M’tra for 3 yrs from date of prodn • . Interest subsidy at 5 % p.a • 100% Stamp duty exemption • 100% Electricity duty exemption

    33. Incentives…… • Patent registration - reimbursement uptoRs. 10 lakhs for National patent & Rs. 20 lakhs for International patent. • Credit rating - reimbursement uptoRs. 40,000. • Quality Certification - reimbursement upto Rs. 1 lakh. • Energy audit – reimbursement upto Rs. 2 lakhs. • Water use audit - reimbursement upto Rs. 1 lakh.

    34. Incentives…….. • Capital Subsidy on equipment for technology upgradation – 5% of cost, upto Rs. 25 lakhs. • Capital subsidy on equipment for cleaner production measures – 25% of cost, max Rs. 5 lakhs. • 10 % MIDC area reserved for micro & small industries, 5% of it reserved for SC/ST/Women Entrepreneurs

    35. Incentives… • Addl. 10% incentives for addl.one year for Food processing sector. • Wine subsidy 16% VAT refund • Cashew subsidy 5% VAT refund

    36. Rehabilitation of Sick Industrial Units • Sick and viable units according to RBI guidelines and duly taken up for rehabilitation by the concerned financial institution. • The outstanding State Government dues will be re-scheduled over a period of 5 years with simple interest @ 7 per cent p.a. • MSMEs closed : 30,804 units • Sickness certificate issued to 428 units.

    37. Special Amnesty Scheme • A Special Amnesty Scheme for a period of one year upto 31st, March 2014. • To assist unviable/sick/closed units with easy exit and productively employ their valuable assets & land. • The units will be offered a complete waiver of interest and penalities, if principal amount of dues is repaid in a single installment. • Scheme applicable even if there is a change in Management which runs the unit productively for some Industrial use.

    38. Common facility centres Common facilitation centres

    39. Thank You