Sidkul Haridwar





Sidkul, Haridwar is the home to some of the leading industries in Haridwar. The Sidkul Industrial Area of Haridwar is one of the most important industrial estates in the state of Uttaranchal. Located 17 kilometers from Haridwar, Sidkul is a Special Economic Zone or SEZ.

The Sidkul Industrial Area of Haridwar has earned its name from State Infrastructure and Industrial Development Corporation of Uttaranchal Limited or SIDCUL. They have built this Integrated Industrial Estate, which is equipped with excellent industrial infrastructure. Some of the facilities provided in Sidkul are:

  • Power Supply
  • Water Storage Facilities
  • Central Excise e$xemptions
  • Income Tax exem$ptions
  • Hotels
    • Banks
    • Schools
    • Colleges
    • Hospitals
    • Golf Course
    • Nearby Railway Station
    • Well maintained roads
    The place is very near to the National Highway and not far way from the Jolly Grant Airport. Delhi is more than 200 kilometers away from the Sidkul Industrial Estate.



    Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

         


         

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