Ranchi Industry


Ranchi industry is spread throughout the city of Ranchi and its nearby area. A large number of mining and engineering industries at Ranchi provide employment opportunities to a major portion of the population of Ranchi. Since, there are good reserves of forest and mineral resources in Ranchi, this place is considered to be an excellent place for setting up medium and large scale industries.

Some of the well known industries in Ranchi are:
  • Chotanagpur Rope Works Private, Namkum
  • Pragati Chemicals, Namkum
  • Heavy Engineering Corporation, Dhurwa
  • Bharat Mineral and Ceramic Ind., Mahilong
  • Waxpol Ind. Limited, Tatisilway
  • Pelriwal Hydrocarbon and Chemicals Private Limited, Mahilong
  • Balaji Wire Ind., Mahilong
  • Shivnarayan Jaiswal Peivate Limited, Ranchi

Ranchi Industrial Area Development Authority



Ranchi Industrial Area Development Authority (RIADA), which is an autonomous body of the Bihar Government, is engaged in the development of Ranchi industry. It looks after the industrial development of seven tribal districts at Jharkhand.

The role played by the Ranchi Industrial Area Development Authority over the last 30 years has been immense in the field of industrialization in Ranchi. They provide the following assistance to the upcoming industrial units:
  • Arrangement of loans and banking finance
  • Technical knowledge
  • Project selection along with location
  • Supply of power and water


Last Updated on 17/06/2013



     


     

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