Eight companies show interest in investing in Karnataka

The state's industries department declared this after holding a roadshow in Hyderabad as part of the upcoming investors' meet

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government on Wednesday claimed at least eight companies have shown an interest in investing a total of about 6,740 crore in the state, ahead of an investors’ meet to be held in February.

The state’s industries department declared this after holding a roadshow in Hyderabad as part of the upcoming investors’ meet.

“All of them are fresh investments. This is so far the best roadshow we have had for the meet," said K. Ratna Prabha, additional chief secretary, department of industries.

Among some of the investments listed in a state industries department statement are:

1. Mytrah Power: 600 MW of renewable power ( 3,300 crore)

2. Ramky Infrastructure Ltd: Pharma park in Yadgir and a park in Tumkur. (Over 1,000 crore)

3. Bharath Biotech: Food testing lab ( 100 crore) and a Gama radiation plant ( 250 crore).

4. Nash Internationals: Biomass project ( 1,700 crore)

5. Continental Multimodel Terminals Ltd ( 150 crore)

6. Karthik Group of companies ( 40 crore)

7. Andhra Infra Projects and Industries ( 100 crore)

8. Sam Agrotech ( 100 crore).

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