IDCO allots land to 28 investment projects
Bhubaneswar: The State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDCO) has allotted land to 28 investment projects of around Rs 588 crore.
IDCO CMD Sanjay Singh said the High-Level Land Allotment Committee held its meeting here under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Asit Kumar Tripathy. He said the projects are mostly MSME units from varied sectors like seafood processing, IT and ITES, automobile, agro-food processing, tourism, light engineering, warehousing, seed processing and manufacturing.
The projects have been recommended by State Level Single Window Clearance Authority (SLSWCA), District Level Single Window Clearance Authority (DLSWCA) and different nodal agencies.
While allotting land to the units, the Chief Secretary directed the entrepreneurs to complete their construction works on respective sites within the scheduled timeline of IDCO. Tripathy also directed the departments concerned to extend facilitating support for early grounding and commissioning of the projects.
Twelve investment projects recommended by SLSWCA and nodal agencies and 16 projects recommended by DLSWCA were considered for land allotment.
The major units that received in-principle sanction for allotment of land included B-One Business House Private Limited for its seafood processing unit at Sea Food Park Deras, UBN Software Solutions Private Limited for its software unit in Infovalley-II, World Skill Centre in Mancheswar Industrial Estate, Falcon Marine Exports for its shrimp processing unit at Sea Food Park Deras, Inteqc India Limited for its shrimp feed manufacturing unit near Seafood Park Deras.
State Delta Center in Infovalley-II, Odisha Automobile Association for its automobile cluster in Balianta tehsil of Khurda district and common facility centre for Pahala Rasagola at Anantapur in Khurda were also allotted land.
In addition to it, 16 MSME units recommended by different DLSWCAs have also been allotted land in the Industrial Estates of Bhubaneswar, Chhatabar, Food Processing Park, Khurda, Janala and Chandaka.