Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday performed inauguration of total 18 industrial projects through video conferencing from the state secretariat, with total investment potential of Rs 2200 crore.
These projects, in diverse sectors like cement, food processing including seafood, solar power, healthcare and metal downstream, will generate employment opportunities for around 3500 people, said an official source.
A cement grinding unit and a captive power plant by Emami Cement Ltd with an investment of Rs 401 crore at Kalinganagar, a pasta manufacturing unit by Jay Bharat Spices worth Rs 45 crore at Jagatpur in Cuttack, an iron ore pellet plant by Brahmani River Pellets Ltd worth Rs 40 crore at Kalinganagar and a fly ash bricks unit by Utkal Bricks and industries worth Rs 7.41 crore at Bhagabanpur in Khurda were the four units inaugurated by the chief minister. Read more
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