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Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)

Presentation Structure
    Concept of Industrial Corridors Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project Madhya Pradesh – advantages and opportunities DMIC – Madhya Pradesh

Industrial Corridor-Concept
 Corridor Development concept is primarily to take advantage of underutilized potential by ensuring effective integration between industry and infrastructure • Leads to economic and social development

 To develop a sound industrial base served by world-class competitive infrastructure

Prerequisite to attract investments into export oriented industries and manufacturing

 Around the World, industrial corridors have been built along major transport arteries, i.e. road and rail trunk routes

Industrial Corridor-Concept
 Advantages of Industrial Corridor development approach:
 Closer economic integration  Improvement in transit-transport efficiency  Ensures balanced regional development  Harnesses latent economic potential  Enhances economic competitiveness  Promotes regional trade and investment  Promotes innovation and development of high technology regions  Improved quality of life


 Manufacturing base  Procurement/Sourcing  Multi-Modal  Logistics Support

 Distribution Network

Example of Industrial Corridor
     “Tokyo-osaka industrial corridor” of Japan: Along 515 km Tokaido-Shinkansen High Speed Railway, built in 1964 The network now totals about 2000 km Connects three major industrial concentration areas of Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya and prominent tourist destination of Kyoto Drastically reduced travel time between Tokyo and Osaka (2.5 hrs.) Having link to well developed port infrastructure offers connectivity to rest of the world

Advantages:  Injected new life and self-respect to the declining industry  Contributed enormously to industrial and economic development of Japan  Triggered growth of High Speed Rail System across the world

Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project

Vision for High Speed Rail Linkages
 GOI plans to develop Dedicated Freight Corridors (DFC) along the Golden Quadrilaterals and its diagonals  Dedicated Freight Corridors:
 Offer High Speed Connectivity (Max.100kmph)  Caters to High Axle Load Wagons (25 Tonne) of Double/ Triple Stacked Container Trains

 Phase-1 includes development of Delhi-Mumbai & Ludhiana-Delhi-SonnagarKolkata DFC Links  GOI also plans to develop High Speed Passenger Rail Links along
 Delhi-Jaipur and Delhi-Amritsar  Ahmedabad-Mumbai  Chennai-Cochin & Kolkata-Patna

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor

The 1483 km long DFC Project is to be commissioned by 2012 The area under Project Influence is 14% and population is 17% of the Country

The Workers in the Project Influence Area aggregate to 70.56 Mn

Vision of DMIC
“To create strong economic base with globally competitive environment and state-of-the-art infrastructure to activate local commerce, enhance foreign investments and attain sustainable development”
Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor is conceived to be developed as “global manufacturing and trading hub” supported by world class infrastructure and enabling policy framework

Project goals
  

Double employment potential in five years Triple industrial output in five years Quadruple exports from the region in five years

Strategy for Development of DMIC

Focus is on ensuring High Impact Developments within a band of 150 km on either side of alignment of Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)

Development of market driven nodes at strategic locations as self-sustained regions with world class infrastructure and enhanced connectivity to DFC, Ports, and Hinterland

Market driven nodes proposed to be in two categories
 

Investment Regions (IR)~200Sqkm area (minimum) Industrial Areas (IA)~100Sqkm area (minimum)

A total of 24 nodes identified in consultation with state governments
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11 Investment Regions & 13 Industrial Areas

Criterion for Selection of Nodes

Criteria for Selection of Investment Region

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Each DMIC State to have at least one node to catalyze economic benefits Proximity to urban centres Potential for developing/ augmentation of port connectivity Availability of land parcels and established industrial base

Criteria for Selection of Industrial Area:
   

Mineral Resources Agriculture Industrial development Skilled Human Resource base

To spread the benefits of the corridor the project will also seek to link Under-Developed Regions along the Corridor to Well Developed Regions

Nodes for Phase-1 Development
Short listed investment regions:(Phase-1A) 1) Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh); 2) Manesar-Bawal (Haryana); 3) Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana (Rajasthan); 4) Pitampura-Dhar-Mhow(Madhya Pradesh) 5) Ahmedabad-Dholera (Gujarat); 6) Igatpuri-Nashik-Sinnar (Maharashtra); Short listed industrial areas: (Phase-1B) a) Meerut-Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh) b) Faridabad-Palwal (Haryana) c) Jaipur-Dausa (Rajasthan); d) Shajapur-Dewas(Madhya Pradesh) e) Vadodara-Ankleshwar jarat); f) Dighi Port (Maharashtra);

Components of DMIC
• Construction / Augmentation of major arterials and expressways • Developing additional feeder roads • Developing regional connectivity to DFC Rail heads

• Construction/ Augmentation of new rail links/feeder lines to DFC • Developing additional DFC spurs and regional rail links

• Developing regional MRTS links


• Setting up self-sustainable manufacturing/industrial regions • Promote development of processing activities (SEZs/ Industrial Parks / Port Based Industries, Integrated Food / Agro Parks)

• Setting up free trade warehousing zone, container freight stations, cargo hubs , truck terminals, etc.



Components of DMIC
• Up-gradation of existing airports and airstrips • Development of Greenfield airports and airstrips

• Identification and development of Greenfield ports • Dedicated Jetties for cargo movement • Augmentation of power supply system in the region • Captive power plants & independent / group power plants


• Promote use of solar energy

• Identification & development of new water supply, sewerage and

drainage projects
• Promote and development of water recycling and reuse facilities 15


• Augmentation of water supply and drainage projects in the region


• Up-gradation of existing ports

Components of DMIC
Knowledge Park
• Primary and secondary schools

• Colleges and Polytechnics
• Centers of Excellence in various disciplines • Management and Engineering institutes & Multi-techno institutes

• Commercial Business Districts

• Eco-friendly office complexes
• IT Parks , Knowledge parks • High Tech Service Centers


• Dovetailed Integrated Township , Green Buildings to be built on neighborhood format • Development of residential zones



Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) Advantages & Opportunities

Advantages – M.P.

Second largest state in the country stretching over 308,000

Centrally located - Unique advantage of being the hub in India’s logistics network
Proximity to western coast and thus the ports(around 500 km)

Huge potential in natural resources availability (coal, diamond, limestone, copper ore, dolomite, laterite, fire clay, bauxite, rock phosphate, pyrophillite, methane, etc India’s first Greenfield SEZ - INDORE SEZ
Industrial Centers – 8 nos. Investor friendly Government Policies

 

Advantages – M.P.

Power – Electricity generation estimated to be surplus in 2009 –10

Strategic location Advantage – Extensive railway network connecting to north (Delhi), south (Mumbai and Chennai side), west (Ahmedabad side) and east (Hawrah side) Airport link to major cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Indore)
Roads –Large network of National Highways, State Highways , providing Connectivity to major trunk routes and ports. Land cost – USD 5 per sqm as compared to USD 35 in NOIDA, USD 55 in Manesar and upto USD 110 in Gurgaon

Manpower – one of the lowest ratios of labour cost to sales ratio in the country

Advantages – M.P.

Education – Presence of large number of technical institutes along with IIM at Indore, IIFM, IIHM, etc. Water resources – Ample availability of natural water sources (River network of Mahi, Narmada, Tapti, Chambal, Betwa, Wainganga, Ken, Sindh & Pench ) Policies – State of art infrastructure, single window clearance (TRIFAC), Labour laws reforms, environmental protection, regional development, etc. Thrust Areas – IT / ITES, Biotechnology, Textile, Mineral based industry, Agro processing, Logistic Parks, Automobiles manufacturing, Energy, Infrastructure and Tourism

Potential to be the top industrial investment destination in India

Business opportunities – M.P.

Auto & Auto Components – Auto cluster is being developed at Pithampur Textiles – leading textile manufacturing state -Cotton textile mills at Indore, Ujjain and Burhapur; - presence of textile hubs & apparel parks; -special fiscal & non fiscal incentives by GoMP

Cement – Availability of Lime stone reserve - Presence of major cement plants in state

Business opportunities – M.P.

Agro/Food processing – Setting up of Agri – Export Zones -To tap the existing agriculture base in M.P -Important crops: wheat, soyabean, cotton, opium

IT / ITES – software technology parks , IT engineering colleges and first
IIITM at Gwalior

Minerals – Diamonds, Manganese ore, Pyrophillite, Coal, Limestone, Copper ore, Dolomite and Coal bed methane

DMIC - Madhya Pradesh State

DMIC Influence Area – M.P.
Haryana Rajasthan

Uttar Pradesh

Covers 9 districts and 4.5 Million Population (7.5% of State) 2.2 Million Workers of State Cities above 1 Million population: Indore


Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra

DFC Alignment End Terminal

Proposed Industrial Nodes in M.P.
Phase-1 include: A. Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow Investment Region (Phase-IA) B. Shajapur-Dewas Industrial Area (Phase-IB)

2B 2A 1A


Phase-2 include: A. Ratlam-Nagda Investment Region B. Neemuch-Nayagaon Industrial Area
DFC Alignment DMIC Project Influence Area Investment Region Industrial Area

Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow Investment Region
NH-79 SH-18 NH-3 NH-86Ext NH-59

Strengths of the Region:  Close to Indore - the commercial capital

Proximity to Steel Plants Bhilai and Nagpur

Dha r
SH-31 SH-39 SH-38



Indor e
SH-27 SH-38

Excellent connectivity to rest of India
Indore has Indian Institute of Management (IIM)


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First Greenfield SEZ of India at Indore
Pithampur - Detroit of India

Mega Development Plans underway

Shajapur-Devas Industrial Area
Strengths of the Region:
   

Important crops include Soyabean, Wheat, Jowar, Cotton Located along NH-3 (Agra-Mumbai) Proximity to domestic Airport at Indore Mega Development Plans of GoMP viz. Science City & Integrated Warehousing Hub Industries in Dewas district : Seed/Oil processing, electrical, engineering, plastic, leather works, handicrafts, chemical and textile River Narmada, flows through Dewas District

Ratlam-Nagda Investment Region
Strengths of the Region:

Well served by the Broad gauge rail linkage Proximity to Indore Airport

Established industrial base of Chemicals, Textiles/ Garment, Copper Wire; (Nagda & Ratlam)
Mega Development Plans of GoMP in Ujjain district viz. development of knitwear manufacturing unit, Fabric processing and Readymade Garment Units Rich cultural heritage and prominent religious center - Ujjain

Neemach - Nayagaon Industrial Area
Strengths of the Region:
 

Important crops - Wheat, Maize, Soya bean, Mustard, Jowar, Gram; Rich Limestone Reserves & presence of established Cement Production Units Ideal location for setting up Agri Export Zones and Industrial Areas Proposed Food Park at Mandsaur,

  

Well served by NH-79 and railway network

Prospective Development Initiatives

Feeder Rail Linkages: • From Devas/Shajapur node to Bhopal, Indore and Ujjain • Between Ratlam-Chittorgarh-Ajmer, Ratlam-Indore and Ratlam-JhabuaGodhra-Vadodara Augmentation of Indore-Godhra-Vadodara stretch to DFC standards Development of Feeder Road Links between Indore and Dewas/ Shajapur Linking with NHDP & Hinterland for all the nodes Expansion of Indore Airport as Modern International Airport

 


Prospective Development Initiatives
DOVETAIL INTEGRATED TOWNSHIPS:  For all the nodes INDUSTRIAL ESTATES:  Expansion of industrial estate or growth center located at Dewas, Ratlam/ Nagda and Indore/ Pithampur; LOGISTIC HUB:  Integrated Logistics Hub at Dewas and Pithampur  Inland Container Depot with warehousing Facilities at Ratlam  Truck Terminal with Warehousing Facility at Neemuch EOU/SEZ:  For all the nodes

Enhanced connectivity to other major industrial centers as part of DMIC Project
LEGEND State Boundary National Highway State Highway 4676 Km. 8099 Km.
Shyampur Goras Agra Itawa Ambah Porsa Mahagawan Bhind Seonda



Kanpur Allahabad Sirmaur Semaria Panna Nagod Amanganj Satna Varanasi

Bhopal Indore Jabalpur Ujjain Dewas Hoshangabad

Sheopur Shivpuri Lukwasa Isagarh Tikamgarh Malehra Orcha Pichore

Ajmer Nayagaon Neemuch Mandsour Jaora Susner Ratlam
31 A

Udaipur Fatehgarh



Ashoknagar Guna

Churhat Sidhi
Ext. Ext.

Govindgarh Amarpatan

Khilchipur Biora

Sironj Bina





Thandla Jhabua

Rajgarh Agar Sarangpur Pachore 86 Ext. Shajapur Vidisha Gairathganj Shujalpur Sehore Raisen Silvani Ashta BHOPAL


Damoh Katni

Barhi Tala Umaria Shahdol Anoopur


Patan Jabalpur




Depalpur Dewas


Narsinghpur Gadarwara Piparia Lakhnadon
11 A

Dindori Mandla Nainpur

Indore Dhar
Kasrawad Manawar Barwani

Dewas Indore KannodKhategaon
59 A


12 A

Chiraidongri Kanha Balaghat Dindori
12 A


Khargone Bistan Mumbai Edalabad Khandwa Burhanpur

Khedi Jn.


Betul Multai Nagpur Kanyakumari




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...its nearly 5,000 factories employ some 3 million workers and account for about three fourths of the country’s total exports. FDI has played a central role in the early stage of the industrial development process, but local firms CHAPTER II Regional Trends in FDI 51 Box.II.1. Country-specific economic zones in India The Indian Government has strengthened its efforts to attract FDI by establishing industrial zones for investors from particular countries within the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) (box figure II.1.1).a Leveraging public funds from foreign countries, these bilateral efforts may result in an increasing amount of FDI inflows to industries such as electronics in India in the years to come. Box figure II.1.1. Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor: the geographical coverage In February 2013, an agreement was reached between the Governments of India and Japan on the establishment of a special economic zone for Japanese electronics companies within the DMIC, most likely in Neemrana, Rajasthan.b It will be India’s first industrial park officially established for firms in a single industry, as well as from a particular country. Japan’s FDI stock in India is larger than that of the Republic of Korea, but in the electronics industry, Japanese companies have lagged far behind their Korean counterparts in the Indian market.c The establishment of the zone may help Japanese electronics companies expand their presence in India and narrow the gap with Korean......

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Premium Essay

World Investment Report

...its nearly 5,000 factories employ some 3 million workers and account for about three fourths of the country’s total exports. FDI has played a central role in the early stage of the industrial development process, but local firms CHAPTER II Regional Trends in FDI 51 Box.II.1. Country-specific economic zones in India The Indian Government has strengthened its efforts to attract FDI by establishing industrial zones for investors from particular countries within the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) (box figure II.1.1).a Leveraging public funds from foreign countries, these bilateral efforts may result in an increasing amount of FDI inflows to industries such as electronics in India in the years to come. Box figure II.1.1. Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor: the geographical coverage In February 2013, an agreement was reached between the Governments of India and Japan on the establishment of a special economic zone for Japanese electronics companies within the DMIC, most likely in Neemrana, Rajasthan.b It will be India’s first industrial park officially established for firms in a single industry, as well as from a particular country. Japan’s FDI stock in India is larger than that of the Republic of Korea, but in the electronics industry, Japanese companies have lagged far behind their Korean counterparts in the Indian market.c The establishment of the zone may help Japanese electronics companies expand their presence in India and narrow the gap with Korean......

Words: 156671 - Pages: 627