Chandigarh, March 7—The day one of the 2-day ‘Happening Haryana Global Investors’ Summit-2016’, which began in Gurgaon today, was marked by signing of 38 MoUs with different companies and involved a total investment of Rs 1,28,740 crore.
There were copious offers of support by entrepreneurs and Union Ministers to pushing Haryana’s growth agenda forward. Also, the Railway Minister Mr Suresh Prabhu announced to set up rail coach factory in Haryana. There were overflowing promises of intended investments by different countries and leading lights of industry, and vows by those who have set up shop here to pump in more money. In the presence of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, the MoU documents were exchanged with the representatives of the companies by Managing Director, Haryana State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC), Mr. Sudhir Rajpal on behalf of the Haryana Government.
These agreements included a MoU of Rs 45,365 crore for mixed use development, office and retail, smart city signed with M3M, Rs 12823 crore and Rs 11100 crore for infrastructure with Vatika Limited and IREO Private Limited respectively. Also, a MoU of Rs 23 crore for skill development was signed with All India Plastics Manufactures Association, of Rs 500 crore for logistic park with Allcargo, of Rs 680 crore for solid waste management with Alqimi India Private Limited and another involving an investment of Rs 125 crore for skill development with Amartex Group. Apart from these, a Mou involving an investment of Rs 200 crore was signed for agriculture implements with Beri Udhyog, Rs 552 crore for food processing plant with Boortmalt India Holdings Private Limited, Rs 8650 crore for solar energy with CLP, Rs 90 crore for cotton yarn spinning with Colour Creations Private Limited, Rs 6132 crore for infrastructure with Countrywide Promoters Private Limited, Rs 110 crore for CSR Initiative with DLF Foundation, Rs 200 crore for manufacturing of LED and Non-LED indoor lighting, fixtures and downlighters, home decoration and furniture products and parts thereof with Eglo India Production and of Rs 30 crore for manufacture of abrasives with Excel Abrasives Private Limited.
Likewise, a MoU of Rs 3678 crore for food processing plant was signed with Indo European Sustainable Development (IESD) with associate partner ASACA India Private Limited, Rs 1500 crore for R&D with IOCL, Rs 1000 crore for electronic cluster with Jaina Mobile Industries (Karbon Mobile), Rs 280 crore for Food Processing with Karnal Foodpack Cluster Limited, Rs 850 crore for Solar Energy with Lanco, Rs 8749 crore and Rs 5500 crore for infrastructures with Omaxe and Puri Construction Private Limited respectively, Rs 100 crore for healthcare with Sobti Foundation (Maxwell), Rs 710 crore for tourism with Swiss International Hotels, Rs 300 crore for automatic parking with UBE Industries, Rs 1000 crore for Electronics, IT and ITeS with Vodafone and Rs 490 crore with Wanfeng-Aluminium Wheel (India) Private Limited.
The other MoUs which were signed included an MoU of Rs 15,000 crore for financial services signed with ICICI, Rs 2,000 crore for electronic, Information Technology and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITeS) with Bharti Airtel. Similarly, MoU of Rs 283 crore was signed with Star Wire (India) Limited for manufacturing special and critical steel adopting high-tech technologies. Also, MoU of Rs 200 crore was signed with Minda Kosei Aluminium Wheel Private Limited for automobile parts alloy wheels, of Rs 190 crore with Honda for worker housing, and of Rs 150 crore with Plasser India Private Limited for manufacturing unit for track maintenance machines. Apart from this, MoUs of Rs 100 crore each were exchanged with Minda Industries Limited and Mindarika Private Limited for automobile parts switches. MoU of Rs 80 crore was signed with T.G. Minda Private Limited for automobile parts rubber hoses. An MoU was also exchanged with Snapdeal for e-commerce.