Pune has emerged as the 7th largest industrial hub in India with fastest growing economy in the country. The city has 6th highest per capita income in 2012. It is one of India’s leading hubs for services, manufacturing, financial, IT and education sectors. Some of the underlying factors of Pune being preferred Industrial sector are:
Proximity to Mumbai and relatively lower costs for Industrial set up.
Availability of Manpower.
Developed Industrial Infrastructure.
Developed transportation Facility.
Pune is a base of 15 MIDC Clusters and over 40 Cooperative Industrial Estates that support manufacturing companies across auto, pharma & chemical, food processing and consumer durables sectors.
MIDC Jejuri, an industrial hub situated on SH – 61 (Pune – Jejuri highway) at about 220 Kms. from Mumbai in Purandar Taluka of Pune District is a developed Industrial Area falling under category C Scheme of Industrial division. The salient features of MIDC Jejuri Industrial Area.
Industrial Infrastructure: MIDC has developed the area considering the factor required for the smooth operations of the industries. Wide asphalted roads helps in the smooth movement of the trucks and containers, MSEB has commissioned power sub-stations of 220/33 KV capacity to meet the electricity required of the Industries, water supply scheme of 3.40 MLD capacity is functional to meet the water requirement wherein the Present consumption by the industries is 1.40 MLD there is a surplus 2.00 MLD to meet the future requirement.