Maharashtra signs MoUs with seven companies
Projects Today reported that Maharashtra government has signed MoU with seven companies for an investment of INR 5,444 crore.
The MoUs was signed by Jindal Saw for seamless tubes expansion project at its existing plant at Malegaon in Sinnar taluka of Nashik district. The capacity will be increased from 75,000 tonnes per annum to 220,000 tonnes per annum with an investment of INR 350 crore.
Romin Mining & Industries has signed a MoU for setting up an INR 2,500 crore alumina refinery and captive power plant at Dabhol in Chiplun taluka of Ratnagiri district.
Konkan Alumina will invest INR 1,350 crore in an alumina plant and captive power plant at Shirse in Rajapur taluka of Ratnagiri district.
MoUs were also signed with Hemras Technologies, Vortex Spanning and Brakes Auto India.