Haldia Industrial Growth Centre
Growth Centre snapshot
|Under Jurisdiction of||Haldia Development Authority|
|Total Area of Land||120 acres|
|Allottable area||101 acres|
|Area Available for allotment||Nil|
|No. of industrial units||4|
|Lease Premium||Rs. 50.13 lakh per acree|
Haldia is well-connected with the major cities. It is connected to NH-6 (part of Golden Quadrilateral which connects Gujarat to West Bengal; connection to NH-6 at Kolaghat) by NH-41, a toll-road built as part of port connectivity projects. The commute time from Kolkata to Haldia Industrial Growth Centre is 2.5 - 3 hours. There is a proposal to build up a bridge connecting Raichak with Kukrahati which will improve connectivity with Kolkata and reduce the travel time substantially. The Growth Centre is in a linear stretch along the main road with four operational units.
Haldia Growth Centre is connected with broad gauge fully electrified Howrah-Haldia track of South-Eastern Railways. Also there is a railway station - 'Bandar' located just opposite the Growth Centre. Indian Railways propose to lay a new line from Sealdah - Haldia which will be 70 km shorter than Howrah - Haldia track.
Haldia Growth Centre is located just next to Haldia Port.
The transport through waterways from the Haldia Growth Centre is through the jetty located at Kukrahati to Raichauk.
The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata is the closest airport from Haldia. Available road transport from the airport to the port city provides an easy means of communication in spite of the distance. Haldia Development Authority has identified a location for medium size airport.
The Growth Centre is providing lease holding to various industrial units and institutions for setting up their plants with Building Plan approved by the WBIIDC itself.
|At a glance:|
|Water supply system||
|Surface drainage system||
Roads and internal transportation
Paved Bituminous internal roads are providing facilities of entry and exit access to all Industrial units within the Growth Centre
West Bengal State Electricity Board is supplying stable and quality power supply to the Growth Centre.
Haldia Development Authority which handling the maintenance of Haldia Growth Centre supplies water from it's Geonkhali Water Supply Project.
Drainage and Sewerage
Storm water drains in whole stretch of the Growth Centre is available.
There are four industrial units in the Haldia Growth Centre, They are :
Exide Industries Limited producing Batteries of Various Utility
Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd producing Vanaspati Edible Oil
PetroCarbon & Chemical (P) Ltd. producing Calcined Petroleum Coke
Ralson Petrochemicals Ltd -Container Freight Station.
Key Industrial Performance Parameter :
|No. of industrial units||4|
|Total employment||2406 persons|
|Investment (In INR crores)||501||Units employing more than 100 people||3|
|Units with investment more than INR 10 crores||4|
|Types of units||Manufacture of Automotive & Heavy Duty Batteries, Vanaspati edible oil, Calcined coke, shipping related activities (storage, warehousing, clearing, forwarding)|
Raw Material procurement and consumption Centre
Raw materials as well as finished product of the industries move by road, rail and sea for industrial units.