HAFED and HSIIDC have launched the sale of plots in the Mega Food Park at Rohtak. HAFED has set up the Mega Food Park, Rohtak, which spreads across 50 acres and has 80 plots ranging from 450 to 4050 square meters. Dr. J. Ganesan, Managing Director, HAFED, issued allotment letters to the first allottees today at the HAFED Corporate Office in Panchkula.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ganesan said that the Mega Food Park is ideally located at IMT Rohtak on NH-10, linking Delhi and Rohtak. He informed investors that they can set up a wide range of units in the Mega Food Park, including cattle feed, fruit and vegetable processing, dairy and milk processing, grain and cereal processing, meat and poultry processing, spice processing, beverage production, edible oil extraction and refining, bakery, snack food manufacturing, ready-to-eat (RTE) and ready-to-cook (RTC) foods, canning and preserving, and food ingredient manufacturing.
The most significant advantage for investors in the Mega Food Park is that they do not need to invest in creating common facilities for their units. Instead, they may utilize the common infrastructure facilities already set up by HAFED as a part of this project, such as a 5000 MT multi-purpose cold storage, a 1.5 MT/hr individual quick freezing (IQF) unit, a 1500 MT deep freezer, two 2500 MT silos, a 7500 square meter warehouse, and a food and quality testing laboratory. All these facilities will be available to investors on a nominal rental basis.
In addition, 24 standard design units of 236.20 square meters each have also been constructed in the Mega Food Park exclusively for MSMEs as plug-and-play facilities.
Dr. Ganesan expressed his gratitude to all the stakeholders like MOFPI Government of India, Haryana Government NABARD, HSIIDC, and Investors for their support. He further informed that with the onset of the festive season, HAFED, in association with the HSIIDC, endeavors to offer all the remaining industrial plots for sale through e-auctions by HSIIDC regularly till all these plots are sold out on a free-hold basis.