Warehouses in Maharashtra
Warehouses in Maharashtra

Indospace Warehouses in Maharashtra

Grade A Industrial and Warehousing spaces are essential to expand business in Maharashtra

Business opportunities in Maharashtra

India is emerging as a starfor multinational Industrial corporations close on the heels of the pandemic. It provides a well-established and time-tested blueprint for setting up self-sustaining units of major industries. This resulted in top industries like automobile, retail, and e-commerce, shifting gears in the recent past to become the most significant sectors, contributing largely to the Indian economy. With further investments in these sectors from national and international corporations, new industrial hubs have emerged. Subsequently, the need for premium warehousing has also increased in these zones. Due to the pandemic, most of the manufacturing majors are choosing safe, sustainable and world-class warehousing spaces offering superior amenities.

Maharashtra

Maharashtra, situated on the west coast, is the third-largest state in India and is one of the leading Industrial hubs that contributes majorly to the growth of the Indian economy.

Mumbai, the state’s capital, is the commercial capital of India and a global financial hub. The city is home to several global banking and financial services providers. In 2020-21, the gross state domestic product at current prices was USD 366 billion.

Maharashtra Industrial Landscape

Maharashtra has a good presence of industrial clusters, especially automobile, IT &ITeS, chemicals, textiles and food processing clusters, and offers lucrative investment opportunities in these sectors. Pune, another major city in the state, has also emerged as a desirable destination for several automobile giants. The state has a well-developed industrial infrastructure and has grown significantly over the last decade, with the substantial rise of industrial clusters in Maharashtra. Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) is the primary machinery behind the growth of various industrial areas in Maharashtra.

According to the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), between October 2019 and March 2021, the FDI inflow in Maharashtra stood at US$ 23,432 million, accounting for 28% of the total FDI inflow in India.

It is also well connected to all the major markets with fourinternational and sevendomestic airports along with over 309,000 km of road and 6,210 km of railway network, andhas a total installed power capacity of over 43,000 MW. The state’s coastline of 720 km and 55 ports facilitate about 22% of the total cargo transport in India. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), the largest container port in the country, is connected to 34 Container Freight Stations (CFS) and 46 Inland Container Depots (ICD). The state is also an indispensable part of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC), which connects Uttar Pradesh to JNPT-Maharashtra, crossing through major industrial zones of Delhi NCR, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Gujarat.

Since industries like automobile, retail, e-commerce, FMCG, etc. have become significant players in the Indian economy, a few states have stood out as leaders. Subsequently, the demand for world-class industrial and warehousing spaces with premium offerings in these zones has also peaked. Maharashtra, situated on the west coast, is the third-largest state in India and is one of the leading Industrial hubs that contributes majorly to the growth of the Indian economy.

Maharashtra has always been the first choice of domestic and foreign investors. As a result, the capital city of Mumbai is also the commercial capital of India and has evolved into a global financial hub. Maharashtra has a good presence of industrial clusters, especially automobile, IT & ITeS, chemicals, textiles and food processing clusters and offers lucrative investment opportunities in these sectors. Pune, another major city in the state, has also emerged as a desirable destination for several automobile giants. The state has a well-developed industrial infrastructure and has grown significantly over the last decade, with the substantial rise of industrial clusters in Maharashtra. Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) is the primary machinery behind the growth of various industrial areas in Maharashtra.

According to the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), between October 2019 and March 2021, FDI inflow in Maharashtra stood at US$ 23,432.35 million, accounting for 28% of the total FDI inflow in India.

It is also well connected to all the major markets with 4 international and 7 domestic airports along with over 309,000 km of road and 6,210 km of railway network and has a total installed power capacity of over 43,000 MW. The state’s coastline of 720 km and 55 ports facilitate about 22% of the total cargo transport in India. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), the largest container port in the country, is connected to 34 Container Freight Stations (CFS) and 46 Inland Container Depots (ICD). The state is also an indispensable part of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC), which connects UP to JNPT-Maharashtra, crossing through major industrial zones of Delhi NCR, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat.

Key Features of Our Warehouses in Maharashtra

IndoSpace, with its 44 world-class Grade-A parks, has an extensive presence in the thriving state of Maharashtra. Strategically located in all the major hubs, IndoSpace’s industrial and logistics parks in Maharashtra offer connectivity to important cities in the state and to the neighbouring states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh. These parks are well-suited for industrial, warehousing and logistics operations and offer premium amenities for businesses to thrive.

As one of the foremost manufacturing hubs of the country, Maharashtra provides ample growth in leasing industrial and warehouse space. Over the years, the areas under Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) have seen significant growth in warehousing transactions.

Khopoli I | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

17 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

2,86,836 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Khopoli II | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

59 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

11,86,377 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan | Operational

Total Land Parcel

5 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

56,897 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan I | Operational

Total Land Parcel

92 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

17,39,744 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan I Phase II | Operational

Total Land Parcel

38 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

9,63,380 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan I Phase III | Operational

Total Land Parcel

37 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

6,19,623 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan II | Operational

Total Land Parcel

43 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

9,84,022 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan III | Operational

Total Land Parcel

77 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

15,43,478 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Ranjangaon | Operational

Total Land Parcel

104 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

25,35,097 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chembur | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

2.14 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

1,35,885 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan V | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

188 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

44,35,089 sq.ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Khopoli I | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

17 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

2,77,682 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Khopoli II | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

59 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

12,21,988 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan | Operational

Total Land Parcel

5 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

56,897 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan I | Operational

Total Land Parcel

93 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

17,39,744 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan I Phase II | Operational

Total Land Parcel

38 Acre

Total Chargeable Area

9,63,380 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan I Phase III | Operational

Total Land Parcel

37 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

6,37,126 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Chakan II | Operational

Total Land Parcel

44 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

9,84,022 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan III | Operational

Total Land Parcel

77 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

15,43,478 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial & Logistics park

Ranjangaon | Operational

Total Land Parcel

104 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

25,35,097 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chakan V | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

188 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

44,35,089 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

Chembur | Upcoming

Total Land Parcel

2.14 Acres

Total Chargeable Area

1,35,885.31 sq. ft

Usage

Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics park

About IndoSpace

India’s Premier Developer of Industrial & Warehousing Parks

IndoSpace has pioneered modern industrial and logistics real estate in India with 44 new generation industrial parks across India, and a portfolio of around 49 mnsq ft (4.5 mnsq m). Over the last decade, IndoSpace’s award-winning parks have consistently set the benchmark in terms of quality, services, sustainability, and governance, which has made us the partner of choice for over 100 MNCs and Indian companies.

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IndoSpace is further extending and expanding its world-class facilities to reiterate its position as the largest provider of Grade A industrial and warehousing parks in India.

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