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Butibori is an industrial suburb of Nagpur, India and is developed as 5 Star Industrial district by Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC). Butibori's total area acquired is 23.12 square kilometres out of which 14.94 km² is developed.[1] The area is developed economic development of Nagpur city. The area receives water supply from Wadgaon Dam. Butibori also claims Maharashtra's first Food-Park. In order to invite textile industries a common effluent treatment plant is also built.[2]

Butibori railway station
It is served by the Buti Bori railway station.
Buti Bori railway station

Maharashtra Industries Development Corporation has acquired additional 3,750 acres.[3]

The number of industries operating in the area is around 100, with around 35 under construction. Butibori Industrial Area spans a total area of 1,500 hectares.

Total area acquired: 2,312 hectares

Area developed: 1,494.29 hectares

No. of plots allotted: 680 hectares

Units in production: 110 (245 hectares)

Units under construction: 34 (100 hectares)

Number of industries in production

Large scale industries : 24

Small scale industries: 75

Number of industries under construction

Large scale industries: 2

Small scale industries: 32


See also


  1. ^ MIDC profile of Butibori
  2. ^ Butibori advantage
  3. ^ Butibori expansion
  4. ^ [1]
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