Uttar Pradesh to benefit from upcoming projects

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on July 25, 2014

Growing Sixty per cent of Delhi- Mumbai Industrial Corridor and Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor will pass through Uttar Pradesh

Development of Industrial zones along Freight Corridor planned

Manoj Singh, Managing Director of Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Corporation, said industries coming up in Uttar Pradesh are expected to change the landscape of the State He was at CII’s ‘Invest North 2014’ summit held here on Thursday.

“The plastic city near Auriya set to be inaugurated in September, Trans Ganga project, Tronica City in Ghaziabad, Kanpur-Unnao modern industrial project and the mega leather cluster in Kanpur will change the landscape of the State”, he said.

Emphasising the opportunities expected to usher in with the commissioning of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC), 60 per cent of which will pass through Uttar Pradesh, Singh said 2,800 hectares of land along the DMIC and area within 5 km radius of each of the 43 stations along the EDFC will be developed as Industrial zones.

Singh was part of the delegation that showcased Uttar Pradesh’s industry potential at the event.

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Published on July 25, 2014
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