Chandigarh: The Haryana government has alloted 23 industrial plots to companies, which are expected to generate an investment of Rs 1,525 crore and provide direct employment to around 3,500 people.
The plots have been alloted at industrial estates in Gurgaon, Panipat, Jhajjar, Sonipat and Rewari. Some of the projects to be set up at these plots would be in collaboration with Japanese and Korean companies, Haryana Financial Commissioner Industries P K Chaudhary said.
The units would be functional in a couple of years in various fields, including IT, ready-made garments, home furnishings, textile yarn, automotive components, sheet metal components, hand tools, plastic moulded components, food processing, modular furniture and steel plates and coils.
One of the projects is by Goshi Giken Company (Japan), which will be setting up their project to manufacture Auto parts for two wheelers through its Indian arm Goshi India Auto parts Private Limited.
The plots have been allotted by Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) and Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA).
An official spokesperson said that Korean steel giant Posco, through its subsidiary Poss Delhi Steel Processing Centre Pvt Ltd, has approached the corporation for the allotment of 15 acres of land in Bawal, he said.
The company proposes to set up an industrial project for processing various type of steel plates and coils by shearing, slitting forming etc.
An investment of Rs 107 crore has been envisaged for this project, which is proposed to be financed through promoter’s capital and contributions by Samsung Corporation and Shinhan Bank of Korea. The project is expected to be completed in two phases.