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DMIC Cell, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation
‘Udyog Sarathi’, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri (East),
Mumbai 400 093.

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Phone : +91 (022) 26870052, 26879956
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Phone : +91 (022) 2687 9956


AURIC is promoted by Aurangabad Industrial Township Ltd. (AITL), a Special Purpose Vehicle between Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC), an agency of Government of India and Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), and a nodal agency of Government of Maharashtra for industrial development. These two robust pillars have established Aurangabad Industrial Township Ltd (AITL) to develop and manage the new integrated industrial township as one of the four DMIC nodes in Maharashtra.

National Industrial Corridor Development Programme (Formerly known as Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor- DMIC) is conceived to be developed as a Model Industrial Corridor of international standards with emphasis on expanding the manufacturing and services base and develop the region as the ‘Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub’. The backbone of the NICDP (DMIC) is the proposed 1,500 km Dedicated Freight Corridor between Delhi and Mumbai. The National Industrial Corridor Development Programme (Formerly known as DMIC programme) aims to develop new industrial cities as “Smart Cities” on identified key nodes in the six states along the corridor (Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra) and converging next generation technologies across infrastructure sectors. It will provide a major impetus to planned urbanization in India with manufacturing as the key driver. In addition to new Industrial Cities, the programme envisages development of infrastructure linkages like power plants, assured water supply, high capacity transportation and logistics facilities as well as softer interventions like skill development programme for employment of the local populace. In the first phase seven new industrial cities are being developed. The programme has been conceptualized in partnership and collaboration with Government of Japan.


The National Industrial Corridor Development Programme (Formerly known as Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) acts as an intermediary for the purpose of development and establishment of infrastructure projects and facilities in India through developing and disseminating appropriate financial instruments, negotiating loans and advances of all nature, and formulating schemes for mobilization of resources and extension of credit for infrastructure. The organization undertakes project development services for investment regions / industrial areas/ economic regions/ industrial nodes and townships, for various central government agencies and also helps in assisting state governments. The organization acts as an intermediary for establishing infrastructure projects and facilities through developing and disseminating appropriate financial instruments, negotiating loans and advances, and formulating schemes for mobilization of resources and extension of credit for infrastructure. The shareholders of DMICDC include five agencies in all: Government of India represented through Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry (49.0%), Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) (26.0%), Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) (19.9%), India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) (4.1%) and Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) (1.0%)

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Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) is the industrial development arm of the Government of Maharashtra, responsible for creating state of the art infrastructure for industrial development in each district of the state and assisting entrepreneurs in setting up industrial units in its industrial areas. Founded in 1962 to provide prosperity to all through industrialization, the growth trajectory of MIDC has been remarkable. Within a span of five decades MIDC has become the premier industrial infrastructure development agency in India, a powerful engine of progress with a trailblazing record and above all the pride of Maharashtra.


A host of path-breaking initiatives and decisions taken by MIDC in the early days dramatically changed the socioeconomic fiber of the state. One of its most crucial strategy was the development of carefully planned network of industries in the interiors of Maharashtra resulting in decentralization and the overall growth of the state. The agency’s decision in setting up ‘independent filtered, potable water supply system of adequate capacity’ as essential infrastructure for industrial development proved most rewarding. MIDC built plots in industrial areas replete with a critical infrastructure and amenities such as continuous water supply, wide well planned roads network in the industrial areas, underground power lines, establishing Common Facility Centers by providing accommodations for banks, post offices, telecom facilities, police stations, fire stations, medical facilities, eating houses, effluent collection and disposal systems for chemical zones and other useful facilities.


Key Highlights:

  • Acquired more than 84,000 ha land and has set up 264 full-fledged industrial estates.
  • The industrial clusters include textile, automotive, pharmaceuticals, food processing, wine parks, agro based products, engineering, chemical, electronics, IT and ITES apart from 32 IT parks, 3 Floriculture parks, 8 Food parks, 7 Textile parks and 3 Wine parks.
  • Around 30 fire stations, 20 CETPs, 4 STPs, 6 CHWTSDF, 13 chemical and 13 SEZs are operational in MIDC industrial areas.
  • MIDC provides one stop solution to investors needs such as online application submission and processing, tracking and online approvals of various industrial permissions.
  • With installed capacity of 2,045 million liters per day, MIDC provides assured water supply to all its industrial areas.
  • Experience of building and maintaining eight airports in the State.

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