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Shendra MIDC

 

Shendra MIDC

After 1960, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) began acquiring land and setting up industrial estates. Land was acquired near Shendra village on Aurangabad - Jalna highway in the 1990s.

As part of its efforts, the MIDC developed the Waluj and Chikalthana Industrial Areas, which were soon snapped up. This success along with additional demand for infrastructure necessitated the development of a third industrial area in the city - Shendra Industrial Area.[1] Total notified area is 902 hectars.

Contents

  • Location 1
  • Clients 2
  • DMIC Industrial Park 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Location

Shendra is located 17 km from Aurangabad. It is 8.0 km from Aurangabad airport. The Aurangabad railway station is 19.0 km away, and the Chikalthana Industrial Area lies at a distance of 11 km from Shendra. The Shendra Industrial Area is just a 15 mins. drive from the city .[1]

Clients

Industries which has made Shendra their home includes Audi India, Škoda Auto, Volkswagen, Wockhardt, EtchON, Perkins Engines, Monginis.

Electrical goods major Siemens has set up a plant for manufacturing of bogies for locomotives, electric multiple units and metro coaches at Shendra MIDC Aurangabad.[2]

DMIC Industrial Park

Recently Govt of Maharashtra has decided to acquire land from Shendra to Bidkin village under DMIC corridor for setting up of Shendra - Bidkin Mega Industrial Park. Acquisition of 10,000 hectors of farm land is in progress.[3] [4] An Exhibition and Convention Centre at Sendra is being developed.[5] .

External links

  • Map of Shendra Aurangabad

References

  1. ^ a b Shendra Aurangabad
  2. ^ "Siemens India - Siemens bogie facility at Aurangabad commences operations". Siemens.co.in. Retrieved 2011-10-24. 
  3. ^ "Sakaal Times". Sakaal Times. 2011-07-23. Retrieved 2011-10-24. 
  4. ^ Maharashtra
  5. ^ "Maharashtra CM gives nod to integrated industrial corridor plan - Mumbai - DNA". Dnaindia.com. 2011-10-15. Retrieved 2011-10-24. 


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