Mumbai, India: Feb 5th, 2016: On the side lines of the ‘Make In India’ week scheduled to be hosted at Bandra-Kurla Complex Exhibition grounds in Mumbai from 13-18 February, 2016, the ‘Make In Bhiwandi’ campaign will promote manufacturing and boost local economy. The campaign encourages industrialists, investors and manufacturers to set shop at the Bhumi World Industrial Park in fast-developing node of Bhiwandi.
The campaign will pave way for potentially-strong sectors to raise investments and facilitate growth spurt in economy. Bhumi Associates, craftsmen of premium business space solutions, will proudly represent the industrial park at the infrastructure development corridor for the mega ‘Make in India’ week. The campaign upholds the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India’s manufacturing sectors in the coming decade.
Commenting on their keen participation for the Make In India Week, Mr. Prakash Patel, Chairman & Managing Director of Bhumi World said, “Bhiwandi has all the qualities and potential desired of a manufacturing hub. All that we have to do now is push it to newer height of glory. Our participation in the ‘Make In India’ week will boost Bhiwandi’s industrial growth”.
Keeping in mind the varied needs of business houses looking for expansion, the park has designed innovatively-designed industrial units which offer the right mix of sturdy RCC structures industrial sheds along with intelligently-designed office spaces. It is currently catering to the diverse needs of hundreds of factories encompassing from over 40 countries. The sectors the park is successfully catering to include automotive, furniture, pharmaceuticals, garments, engineering, cosmetics, imitation jewellery, plastics, food and printing press etc. Bhiwandi offers an overall ecosystem required to help businesses steer their growth.
8,000 persons are employed here. With an additional over 5,000 jobs capacity planning with new projects in the pipeline, Bhiwandi is a fast-growing city with plans on creating fast track corridor connecting key infrastructure projects like Navi Mumbai International Airport and JNPT.