Haryana Leading the Way
On the outskirts of the National Capital and serving it from three sides is the State of Haryana which offers an excellent location to start any industry.
Haryana currently produces nearly 80% Mobile cranes, 52% earthmovers/ excavators, 50% passenger cars, 37% two wheelers, 15% tractors, besides being a leading state in manufacture of bicycles, sanitary ware, white goods, footwear and country’s export of scientific instruments.
The State has more than 1000 industrial units with foreign technical/ financial collaboration. Multinational companies having presence in the State include - Siemens, Suzuki, GE, Honda, Smithkline Beecham, JCB, Hollister, Harvel, Osram, Mitsubishi, IBM, Yokohama, Alcatel, POSCO, LG, Perfetti, Johnson Matthey, Becton Dickinson, Caparo, Harley Davidson etc. The State also has considerable presence of domestic majors including – Hero Motocorp, Escorts, Bharti Airtel, Reliance, Lumax, Liberty Shoes, Lakhani, TCS, Amul etc.
The state has rich industrial base with 1364 large & medium units and about 83,000 SSI/MSME units. A total of 4,316 Industrial Entrepreneur Memoranda (IEMs) with projected investment of Rs. 76,629 crore, generating employment for 8,59,222 persons have been filed in respect of Haryana State. Of these, 2736 IEMs have been implemented with an investment of Rs. 41,644 crore providing employment to 5,23,093 persons. The exports from Haryana were of the order of Rs. 54,991 crore during the year 2011-12. Having catalysed investments of about Rs. 61,000 crore since 2005 and an investment of about Rs. 97,000 crore being in the pipeline, the State has so far received foreign direct investment (FDI) of Rs. 13,128.81 crore, of which an investment of Rs. 9628.51 crore has come up after the implementation of the Industrial Policy, 2005.
Haryana offers an excellent location to start any industry. It has a rich industrial base, equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities. Nearly one-third of Haryana falls under the National Capital Region.