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Vivekananda City, Dholera Special Investment Region, Gujarat

USE has signed a MoU with Government of Gujarat in 2009 and 2011 to develop a mixed use industrial and urban development and a Japanese township as a part of Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR). These development aims to leverage the benefits of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the State of Gujarat.

The USE Group is one of the three anchor tenants selected for the development of the mixed use industrial and urban development in Dholera SIR. Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is the industrial area within 150 km on both side of Dedicated Freight Corridor spread over 1483 km starting from Delhi to Mumbai. There are twenty four industrial nodes proposed in DMIC of which six falls in the state of Gujarat. Ahmedabad-Dholera is the most advanced node in terms of development process. A draft development plan entire Dholera SIR spread over 879 sq. km has been prepared by international consultants. Dholera SIR enjoys excellent connectivity to both Ahmedabad in the north and Bhavnagar in the south and is well connected to major ports, rail and airport.

The entire development is planned to spread over 5000 acres of land with an estimated investment of Rs. 35,000 Crores creating more than 50,000 employment opportunities. Land has been identified for the proposed development and a letter of offer has been given to Universal Success Enterprises.

Vivekananda City development envisages a world class, green, mixed use development with focus on eco friendly industries with growth potential. These developments will primarily focus on growth sectors including Automotive & Auto components, Heavy Engineering, Semiconductors and Consumer Electronics and Medical Devices & Equipments etc.

The developments aim to benchmark world class industrial parks with modern amenities and infrastructure facilities worldwide. Internationally reputed consultants and masters planners have been employed to prepare the development and marketing plan for the two projects.