DMIC Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor

The Government of India is developing Delhi – Mumbai Industrial Corridor as a global manufacturing and investment destination utilizing the 1500 km long, high capacity western Dedicated Railway Freight Corridor (DFC) as the backbone. In essence , the Delhi – Mumbai Industrial cities in India, which can complete with the best manufacturing and investment destination in the world.

The plan is to develop new manufacturing cities, logistical hubs and residential townships along the 1500 km stretch. Incorporating the philosophy of sustainability and development, each manufacturing city will boast of world – class infrastructure, convenient public transport, power management and an efficient water and waste management system. Once completed, these nodal towns will ease the pressure on the burgeoning cities and will be the hallmark of a resurgent India.


DMIC at a glance

  • Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) of 1500 Km is the backbone
  • Pegged at an investment of 590 billion
  • Intersects 7 states, namely Delhi, Utter Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra
  • 24 Manufacturing cities (Investment Region, IR and Investment Area, IA) are envisioned in the master plan
  • The plan is to develop sustainable global cities with world-class infrastructure
  • Potential sectors
    • General Manufacturing
    • IT/ITES components
    • Electronics including Hi-tech industry
    • Automobile and Ancillary
    • Agro and food processing
    • Heavy engineering
    • Metal and Metallurgical Products
    • Pharmaceuticals and Bio-tech
    • Service Sector etc