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A delegation of Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation has visited the Telangana Industrialists Federation MSME Green Industrial park as a component of their study tour, a week after Goa said it will look to implement scheme line in the phases of T-Hub, WE-Hub, TASK of Telangana to make the IT sector vibrant there.

The Industrial Park located at Dandumalkapur is a new scheme proposed by Telangana. It is a first of its kind project where the MSME Industrial park is designed to have an integrated township. About 60% of the park is allotted to the micro, small and medium enterprises. The park focuses to foster walk-to-work concept. The industrial estate is being sophisticated in about 543 acre. The same is allotted to 559 units. 

The President of TIF, K. Sudhir Reddy said, “Eight years ago, We toured various industrial parks to understand how they operated. Today, we are in a position to inspire other states. That is mainly because of the effort of the Telangana government in promoting the MSME segment, the TIF Green Industrial Park, when completed, will be the biggest MSME Industrial park in South India. Above 60% of the units have been allotted to small enterprises at the industrial park.”

The department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade Additional Secretary Sumita Dawra and authorities from the Invest India who visited the industrial park this month, have praised it.

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