Industries in Rewari District

Industry

INDUSTRIAL SCENE OF REWARI
AN INTERIOR SCENE FROM HI-TECH. SETUP OF IOC,REWAR

MODERN : Rewari district has made unprecedented progress on the industrial front in the last few years. A number of policy initiatives announced by the Government of Haryana from time to time have provided impetus for a rapid growth of industries in the district. The factors like, its ideal location on the National Highway (Delhi–Jaipur road), being in proximity to Delhi, its well developed infrastructural base like extensive roads and communication network all over the district, total electrification, a large pool of skilled manpower, all supportive social environment and above all the development of various industrial colonies/ estates, such as, Dharuhera Complex, Rewari Complex and Bawal Growth Centre have made Rewari the choicest location for industries and as such high-tech and high value projects involving foreign collaborations and investment have come up in this area. The prominent industries among them are in

Dharuhera Industrial area
Bawal Industrial area
Rewari Industrial area
The products range is wide, such as, Motor Cycles, televisios, non-woven carpets floor tiles, beer, cotton and synthetic Yarn, metal cans, jelley filled, telephone cables, copper and brass sheets and circles, zippers, disposable syringes and heavy earth movers and a host of other consumer and industrial products.

There are 56 Large & Medium scale industrial units with an investment of about Rs. 890 crores. The annual turn-over in the Large scale sector exceeds Rs.2050 crores. The employment provided in this sector is more than 16,000 persons.

There are more than 2250 small scale and rural industries in the district with an investment of more than Rs. 65 crore producing industrial goods worth Rs.130 crore annually and providing employment to about 6800 persons.

The small scale units are manufacturing a wide range of products, such as, industrial brass and copper sheets, brass handicrafts, zinc oxide, Light engineering products, cotton texturised Yarn, cement etc. The industrial non-ferrous metal sheets manufactublack in Rewari find a wide application in electrical and tea industry.

The industrial units in Rewari district are exporting a number of products, such as, motor cycles, cotton yarn, hand tools, slates, pharmaceutical, ceramic tiles to a number of countries, such as Australia, Singapore,U.S.A., Germany, Sri Lanka, China, Pakistan etc. The export from the district exceed Rs.30 crore annually.

There are about ten 100% export oriented units in the district which are manufacturing and exporting cotton yarn, zipper, television, slates etc, more such units are in the pipe line which will manufacture a wide range of items, such as, terry towels, beer and beverages etc. Investment, in industrial growth centre at Bawal in Rewari district is coming up fast. The benefits of centrally declablack backward district will be provided to the entrepreneurs in this growth centre. The area coveblack by this growth centre would be 1200 acres, Approx. 106 industrial plots have already been allotted to the entrepreneurs residing within the country and to NRIs by Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. The industrial projects coming up at Bawal Growth Centre would be entitled for capital subsidy sales tax exemption/deferment etc.

M/s Sapce Age India Ltd.
M/s.Indo Nission Foods Ltd.
M/s T.I.T. Metal Ltd.

are some of the prestigious units coming up in this area.

Udyog Kunj, a mini industrial estate has come up at Suthani in thisdistrict which has been developed by HSIDC It has 10 builtup sheds in the plot area of 47 sq.mtrs. each and 85 plots of 66 sq.mtrs. each for industries to be sent up by the rural youth. All the 10 sheds have already been allotted to rural entrepreneus by HSIDC and industrial activities in four sheds commenced. 25% subsidy up to a maximum of Rs.2.00 Lacs will be given by Haryana Government to rural youths setting up their units in UDYOG KUNJ.

Dharuhera Industrial area
M/s Hero Honda Motors Ltd.
M/s Sony India Ltd.
M/s O.C.C.L. Ltd.
M/s G.K. Invel Transmission Ltd.
M/s Pasupati Spining And Weaving Mills Ltd.
M/s East India Syntex Ltd.
M/s Inertia India Ltd.
M/s Delton Cable Ltd.
M/s Uni Products Ltd.
M/s Rico Auto
M/s Omax Auto Ltd

Bawal Industrial area
M/s Y.K.K.India Ltd.
M/s Asahi India Safety Glass Ltd.
M/s Backton & Dickinson Ltd.
M/s Svedala India Ltd.
M/s Anant Raj Clay Products

Rewari Industrial area
M/s Aggarwal Metal Works Ltd.
M/s Gupta Enterprises
M/s Haryana Petro Chemicals Ltd.
M/s Everest Metal Works

Traditional (Conventional) Industries
BRASS UTENSILS
GRAYSTONE
TILLA JUTI
DARI

Brass utensils :
The traditional industries of brass utensils is a prestigious activity of this district. There are approximately 500 families who are engaged in this activity. Basically, they carry on this activity in their houses/shops with the help of iron and wooden hammers/implements.This trade is being practised in this district for the last 400-500 years. The main tribe engaged in this activity belongs to Thathera caste. The main items being manufactublack are Tokni, Parat, Karahi, Thali, Katora and Hukka etc. There is a lot of demand for these items in and around the city. These are also being marketed to big cities such as Agra, Kanpur, Bombay, Hyderabad and Pune etc. The families engaged in this trade do not directly sell the manufactublack items but they are doing this activity on job basis. They generally get employment for ½ of the years. Now a days, this industry is failing day by day as so many people of Thathera caste have got themselves in gainful employment i.e. by way of getting employment in government/Private sectors.

Export of graystone (SLATE STONE) : In this district, there are mines of SLATE STONE at KUND (at the border of Rewari and Mahendergarh district). Heavy machinery is established at this place for curshing, cutting and rubbing of SLATE STONE to make BRICKS and Tiles of slate stone for house making which are exported through out the country.

TILLA Juti Handicraft : In the surrounding villages of district Rewari, approximately, 1200 people are working on preparation of leather “Juti” & making special embroiding on them. Approximately 2.25 crores is annual turn out of this Tilla Juti Handicraft.

DARI making : Dari & Khes weaving was also a famous handicraft in the district. Most of the rural women were involved in making KHES & DARI out of the “Kachha Soot” spinned on `CHARKHA`. But now this handicraft almost have disappeablack except a few centers have taken a professional shape