Urla Raipur



An important industrial hub of Chhattisgarh, Urla Raipur is the growth center of the Raipur district. Encompassing a total area of 815 hectares of land, Urla provides the district of Raipur with all the necessary infrastructure to become an industrially progressive region.

One of the significant satellite cities of the district of Raipur, Urla has many industries that produce important and quality industrial goods that helps in the further development of the region. Equipped with all the modern infrastructural facilities, Urla is one of the developing cities of Raipur district.

The state government headed by Honorable Mr. Raman Singh has taken serious note of the industrial development of Chhattisgarh. For a smooth development of industries, the government has chosen some notable sites that would serve as the growth centers and provide all the necessary impetus for better production of industrial goods. The city of Urla is one such growth centers of the state.

Supported by well maintained roads and steady supply of water, Urla has turned out to be one of the important centers of industries. The modern city of Urla is endowed with all the requirements of the growth center. The industries of Urla supply tools, machines and all other infrastructural goods to the bigger industries of the district.

Located in a strategic position, Urla Raipur is well connected with the other cities and districts of the state by good roads that enable easy transportation of machineries and tools from one part to the other part of Chhattisgarh. Considered to be the backbone of the industrial development of the district of Raipur, Urla has turned to be the nerve of all industrial and commercial progress.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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