Schemes from Apparel Park for exports

Textile Centre Infrastructure Development Scheme for Apparel park 

 

What is Apparel park for exports?

            Government of India has launched 'Apparel Park for Exports' scheme for imparting focussed thrust for setting up of apprel manufacturing units of international standards at potential growth centres. The Apparel Parks for Exports Scheme has come into operation w.e.f. 23.3.2002.

            What are the facilities provide Apparel park for exports?  How does Apparel park help for exports? Areas covering under Appaerl  park  scheme for Exports, How does Apparel park for exports scheme help for exporters? What are the terms and conditions including Apparel park scheme for exports? What are the grant will provide central and state government for Apparel park for exports?  

DETAILS OF THE SCHEME

A complete text about guidelines on Apparel prark for exports are given under:

            The State Govt. or an Undertaking sponsored by the State Government (the designated agency) will provide land free of cost for establishing the park of sufficient size. (The size of an

apparel park may be approximately 150-250 acres, but this can be determined in each case on merits)

                The location of the apparel park will be such that it is conducive to the establishment of state- of-the art manufacturing units in terms of its access to ports, airports, rail heads etc., availability of raw-materials and the general level of infrastructural facilities available

                The designated agency will provide infrastructural facilities like power, water, roads (including approach roads to the park), sewerage and drainage, tele-communication & other facilities for the park. Such facilities shall be of high standards to ensure that the units established in the park are able to function efficiently

 

 

                The park will have garment manufacturing units with each unit having atleast 200 sewing machines. The park would especially aim at integrated units. It would provide employment to at least 20,000 persons when it becomes fully operational. The park could have the ancillary units like the units manufacturing buttons etc. The park would also aim at having specialised units like processing or washing units to bring more value addition to the garments manufactured

                The State Government will also take the initiative in providing flexibility in labour laws in these clusters

                The Central Government will give as a grant 75% of the capital expenditure incurred by the State Government on the infrastructural facilities of the Apparel Park, while the remaining 25% will be borne by the agency. This grant shall be limited to a maximum of Rs.10 crores.

                The Central Government will also provide a sum upto Rs. 5 crores for setting up of an effluent treatment plant,creche/s, any multi purpose centre/hall for marketing /display etc. (This is being proposed as these facilities are required to enable the units to meet emerging labour/social/ environmental standards)

                The Central Government will also undertake to provide skill upgradation of the workers employed in the units under its existing schemes, wherever possible

                The Central Government will provide grant upto 50% of the cost of any training facility created in the park upto a maximum of Rs.2 crores. (This is being proposed as skill upgradation in garment sector is a continuous process to maintain competitiveness)

                The State Government may not charge any stamp fee on the sale/transfer of land . in this park(This facility has been given by the Government of Maharashtra for the units being set up in Millenium Park)

 

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