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  • 1. Jamnagar
  • 2. 2 2 Investment Opportunities 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tourism Social Infrastructure Support Infrastructure Industrial Locations / Infrastructure Economy and Industry Profile Jamnagar: A Snapshot INDEX Annexure8
  • 3. Knowledge Partner 3 Jamnagar: A Snapshot 1
  • 4. 4 4 Introduction: Jamnagar § Jamnagar is located in Saurashtra region of western Gujarat § The district has 10 talukas, of which the major ones are Jamnagar ( District Headquarter), Jodiya, Okha, and Khambhaliya § The district is famous for its brass products, (bandhani) tie-dyed fabric, and handicrafts § World’s largest grass root refinery of Reliance Petrochemicals is located in Jamnagar § India’s first Marine National Park and the famous Dwarkadish temple built in 16th century is located in Jamnagar § Focus industry sectors include Brass Parts, Petroleum and Petrochemicals, Salt, Port related business Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007 Map 1: District Map of Jamnagar with Talukas District Headquarter Talukas Jodiya Dhrol Jamnagar Kalavad Lalpur Jam Jodhpur Bhanvad Kalyanpur Khambhaliya Okha
  • 5. 5 5 Fact File Gujarati, Hindi, and EnglishLanguages Zone IVSeismic Zone 49.70%Literacy Rate 949 Females per 1000 MalesSex Ratio 111 Persons per sq. kmPopulation Density 1.91 Million (As per Census 2001)Population 10Talukas Jamnagar cityDistrict Headquarter 14,125 sq. kmArea 554 mmAverage Rainfall 10º Centigrade (Minimum) 42º Centigrade (Maximum) Temperature 21.42º to 22.57º North (Latitude) 68.57º to 70.37º East (Longitude) Geographical Location Source: Jamnagar District Profile Booklet 2007
  • 6. Knowledge Partner 6 Economy and Industry Profile 2
  • 7. 7 7 Economy and Industry Profile § Jamnagar district caters to over 70% of the country’s requirement for brass parts supply. There are over 4,500 units involved in production of brass parts and Jamnagar district is the major supplier to the electric and electronics factories located in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai § Around INR 300 crore (USD 71 million) worth of brass parts are produced by industries in Jamnagar, of which 90% is marketed within the country and 10% is exported § Jamnagar is one of the principle inventers for production of tie-dyed fabric (Bandhani) in the State, yearly production accounting being around INR 250 crore (USD 60 million) § Other major industry sectors of the district include engineering & machinery , plastics and oil mills § Petroleum refineries of industry leaders such as Reliance Industries and Essar oil, Gujarat State Fertilisers Corporation (GSFC), chemical fertilizer complex and a chemical plant of Tata Chemicals is based in the district § Huge reserves of bauxite are found in the district. Hence, mineral based calcite, bauxite, amery and abrasives industries are well developed in Jamnagar § With a coastline of approximately 350 kms in Jamnagar, there are over 17 salt work units in the district and salt is exported to countries like China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Japan, and Nepal Source: Jamnagar District Booklet 2007
  • 8. 8 8 Agriculture § In 2006-07, Jamnagar produced 36,119 Metric Tonnes (MT) of fruits, 1.42 lakh MT of vegetables, and 69,303 MT of spices § Major fruits of the district are papaya, mango, chiku and coconut § Papaya contributes over 72% to total fruit production in the district § Onion, tomatoes, potatoes, cauliflower and cluster beans are the main vegetables grown in the district § Jamnagar is the third largest producer of garlic with production of 52,920 MT contributing 24% to total production in Gujarat state § The district is the third largest producer of groundnut in the State contributing 15% to total production 2474 12572 38400 36119 141867 69303 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Fruits Vegetables Spices Area('00Ha) 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 160000 Production(M.T.) Area ('00 Ha) Production (M.T.) Source: Department of Agriculture Fig. 1 : Food Crop Production 2006 - 07 Fig. 2 : Food and Non-Food Crop Production 2006 - 07 2nd largest producer of Oilseeds in Gujarat 3rd largest producer of Garlic in Gujarat 281 3604 1619 64411635 8677 282 5114 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 Cereals Pulses Oilseeds Cotton(Lint) Area('00Ha) 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 Production('00M.T.) Area ('00 Ha) Production ('00 M.T.)
  • 9. 9 9 Minerals § The major minerals found in the district are bauxite, calcite, limestone, and chalk § Other minerals available in the district include sand, black trap, gypsum and bentonite § Jamnagar is the largest producer of bauxite in the State contributing 96% to the total production and has the second highest reserves in the State with 30% share § Mineral based industries in Jamnagar • Agate Industry • Abrasive Units • Bauxite Calcinations Plane • Fire Bricks Unit • Glazed Tiles Factory Source: Jamnagar District Booklet 2007, Gujarat Mining Potential Report, CII, 2003 Jamnagar 96% State 4% Jamnagar Others Fig. 3 : Bauxite Production in Gujarat
  • 10. 10 10 Major Industries § Jamnagar district has around 34 medium and large scale industrial units involved in production of solvents, edible oils, cement, yarn, agriculture equipments, soda ash, salt, and fertilizers § Medium and large scale industries generate over 7,000 employment opportunities in the district § Out of total Middle and Large scale units, 17 are concentrated in Jamnagar city while rest are spread across Sikka, Okha, Jam Khambhaliya, Jodiya, Lalpur, and Kalyanpur talukas of the district § Some of the major medium and large scale players in Jamnagar district is shown in Table 1 Brass partsJamnagarNova International BauxiteJamnagarAshapura Minechem Ltd. FertilisersSikkaGujarat State Fertilisers Co. Ltd. PetrochemicalsJamnagarReliance Industries Ltd. PetrochemicalsJam KhambhaliyaEssar Oil Ltd. CementSikkaDigvijay Cement Co. Ltd. Refractory, Calcite, BauxiteJam KhambhaliyaNatraj Ceramics & Chemcial Industries Pvt. Ltd. Salt and other chemicalsJam KhambhaliyaBellarpur Industries Ltd. Machine ToolsJamnagarNew Bharat Engineering Works Soda ash, Caustic soda & other chemicalsMithapurTata Chemicals Ltd. ProductionTalukaName of Company Table 1: Medium and Large Scale Players in Jamnagar* Source: Jamnagar District Profile Booklet ,2007 *Indicative List
  • 11. 11 11 Major Industries Nova International Ashapura Minechem Ltd. Digvijay Cement Co. Ltd. Gujarat State Fertilizer Chemicals Reliance Industries Ltd. Essar Oil Ltd. Tata Chemicals Ltd. Map 2 : Major Industry Players in Jamnagar District* Jodiya Dhrol Jamnagar Kalavad Lalpur Jam Jodhpur Bhanvad Kalyanpur Khambhaliya Okha *Indicative List
  • 12. 12 12 § There are over 12,700 small scale industries operating in Jamnagar. Some of the main industries under SSI in Jamnagar are metal industries, food products, rubber, and plastic products § Maximum number of SSI units located in the district are related to metal products followed by repairing and services industry (2,616 units) § Most of the small scale industries are located in Jamnagar city followed by Jamjodhpur, Dhrol, Kalavad, and Okhamandal talukas 19% 24% 20% 11% 7% 4% 4% 4% 4% 3% Metal products Repairing services Textiles Basic Metal industries Food products Machinery and parts Wood products Rubber and Plastic products Non metallic mineral products Others SSI Contribution Other SSI Small Scale Industries (SSI) Figure 4 & 5: Contribution of Sectors in SSI Units 3%1% 5% 9% 9% 9% 10% 54% Transport equipments Chemicals Misc. Manufacturing Industries Tobacco and Beverages Paper products Electrical machinery Leather products Other industries Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007
  • 13. 13 13 Industry and Investment Trends 97 114 36358 53469 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 UnitsandInvestments Units Investment Decades 1988 - 1997 1998 - 2007 Fig. 6: Decadal Investment Trends (1988-07) § As per the Industrial Entrepreneur Memoranda (IEMs) filed, the total investments during 1988-97 was INR 36,358 crore (USD 8,867.80 million), which increased to INR 53,469 crore (USD 13,041.22 million) between 1998 -2007 § Sectors that have witnessed maximum investments during 1998-07 includes, petrochemical & refinery, fuels and infrastructure projects, while the major investment during 1988-97 was contributed by industries such as petrochemicals & refinery, fertilizers and textiles § Total number of units has increased from 97 (in 1988–97) to 114 new units (in 1998-07) is metallurgical industries Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat,2007
  • 14. 14 14 Investment Trends: 1988-97 § During 1988-97, petrochemical and refinery sector attracted maximum investments to the tune of INR 21,962 crore (USD 5,356.58 million) contributing 60% to the total investments in the decade, and creating 5,059 employment opportunities § Highest employment was generated by chemicals sector creating 30,339 jobs contributing 64% to the total jobs created § Fertilisers experienced high value investments with one project witnessing an investment of INR 5,916 crore (USD 142.92 million) § Petrochemical & refinery, fertilizers, textiles, chemicals and plastic industries constituted 84% of total investments in this decade Fig. 7: Major Investments & Employment during 1988-97 Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat,2007 Highest Investment Highest Employment 21962 5916 2569 962 453 21122119 187413901542 30339 14821200 5059 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 Petrochemical &refinery Fertilisers Textiles Chemicals Plastics&its products Cement& Gypsum Fuels Sectors InvestmentsandEmployment Investments Employment
  • 15. 15 15 21637 16179 2135 61 9077 13510 4589 2480 748 60146248 720465 4010 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 Petrochemical &refinery Fuels Infrastructure projects Chemicals Plastic&its products Cement& Gypsum Misc. Machinery& Engineering Sectors InvestmentsandEmployment Investments Employment § During 1998-2007, petrochemical & refinery sector attracted highest investment worth INR 21,637 crore (USD 5,277.31 million) contributing 40% to total investments in the decade § Fuels sector showed tremendous growth by attracting next highest investment of INR 16,179 crore (USD 3,946.09 million) contributing 30% to total investments § Highest employment was generated by chemicals sector creating 13,510 jobs with a share of 37% in total employment § Infrastructure projects emerged as a new sector attracting investments of INR 6,248 crore (USD 1,523.90 million) and generating 9,077 employment opportunities Investment Trends : 1998-07 Fig. 8: Major Investments & Employment during 1998-07 Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Highest Investment Highest Employment
  • 16. 16 16 Investments in Pipeline 6 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2005 2007 Years MoUssigned Fig. 9: Number of MoUs Signed (VGGIS 05 and 07) 8 2 2 1 1 Port Special Economic Zone Power Agro & Food Infrastructure Fig. 10: Sector wise MoUs (VGGIS 05 and 07) signed § 14 MoUs amounting to INR 56,130 crore (USD 13,690.24 million) of investments were signed for projects in Jamnagar during Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit (VGGIS) in year 2003, 2005 and 2007 § Sectors such as ports, petroleum, agro & food, and infrastructure invited maximum investments § Highest proposed investment worth INR 45,550 crore (USD 11,109.76 million) was attracted by the infrastructure sector in Special Economic Zone by major players such as, Reliance and Essar Oil for establishment of petroleum refinery and power plant in VGGIS 2007 § Highest number of MoUs were signed in Ports sector with total 8 MoUs attracting total investments of INR 3,836 crore (USD 935.60 million) Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007
  • 17. 17 17 Economy Drivers § Jamnagar district enjoys monopoly in manufacturing of Brass parts and its products in the State. The industry is one of the major revenue and employment generating industries in the district § 96% of bauxite production of Gujarat takes place in the district has promoted several mineral based industries in the Jamnagar § Bedi port in Jamnagar is an ideal location for handling agriculture produce. The proximity to giant refineries and petrochemical complexes of major players can offer significant business volumes to the district § Proposed SEZs of Industrial giants such as, Reliance and Essar and presence of large number of industrial estates are accelerating the industrial growth of the district in terms of investment and employment. The district has the potential to evolve as a huge oil, gas, and petrochemical cluster § Salt industry in the district is well developed with around 17 salt work units operational in the district. The proximity to Sikka and Bedi ports alongwith proposed upgradation of Bedi-Rozi port shall boost the exports of salt from the district
  • 18. Knowledge Partner 18 Industrial Locations/ Infrastructure 3
  • 19. 19 19 Industrial Locations/Infrastructure ESSAR Jamnagar SEZ Reliance SEZ Special Economic Zone 2 Special Economic Zones Jamnagar – 3 (Expansion area) Jamnagar – 1 Jamnagar - 2 Jamnagar - 1 Arambhada Jam-Khambhaliya Bhanvad Dhrol (RIDC) Bhatia (RIDC) Industrial Estates 9 GIDC Industrial Estates Jamnagar
  • 20. 20 20 Special Economic Zones Formal Multi-product 1,125 JamnagarESSAR Jamnagar SEZ Notified Multi-product 4,494 JamnagarReliance SEZ StatusSector & Area (Hectares)LocationName Table 2: SEZs in Jamnagar Map 4: SEZs in Jamnagar Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat, 2007 • Jamnagar Reliance SEZ Essar Jamnagar SEZ
  • 21. 21 21 Industrial Estates 136.12JAMNAGAR II 22.20Arambhadu 3.32Bhanvad Jamnagar I Jam Khambhalia Dhrol Bhatia Industrial Estate 53.48 1.00 1.00 7.97 Area in Hectare Source: Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, Government of Gujarat, 2007 Table 3 : Industrial Estates in Jamnagar Map 5 : Location of Industrial Estates in Jamnagar
  • 22. Knowledge Partner 22 Support Infrastructure 4
  • 23. 23 23 Road and Rail Connectivity Road § National Highway (NH) 8 Ext. passes through the district, which is connected to Somnath – Porbandar – Dwarka § The district is well connected by road to Ahmedabad ( 313 km), Gandhinagar (337 km), Vadodara (382 km), Vapi (638 km), Palanpur (459 km), Rajkot (88 km), Mehsana (387 km) and Bhavnagar (266 km) Map 6 : Jamnagar Road and Rail Network Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007 1890.68Chennai 2174.13Kolkata 1343.73Hyderabad 826.92Mumbai 1125.90Delhi Distance (in km)Locations Table4: Distance of Jamnagar from Major Indian Cities § Jamnagar is well connected by rail to other districts of the state such as, Rajkot, Surat, Porbandar, Ahmedabad, and Vadodara § The district is also well linked to major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Varanasi, Uttaranchal, and Jamnagar § Hapa Junction is a convenient railhead on broad gauge terminus connecting to Okha & Porbandar Rail
  • 24. 24 24 Airports and Ports Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007 Air § There is one domestic airport in Jamnagar located at a distance of 10 km from the city, connecting the district to Mumbai and Bhuj (Gujarat) § There is a 355 km long coastline in the district with 9 ports. Bedi, Okha and Sikka are intermediate ports while Salaya, Jodiya, Pidara, Bet(Dwarka), are minor ports § Bedi port is connected by broad gauge railway lines with the rest of India. The nearest railway station is Jamnagar, 7 kms away from Bedi port. A railway siding is available at 2 kms from the port. It is connected to National Highway from Rajkot § Sikka is an all-weather direct berthing port which is by rail and road connected to Jamnagar. State Highway 92 passes through the port connecting it to Jamnagar § Okha port is connected by State Highways 6A ad 6B to Jamnagar/Porbandar § Nearest airport is Jamnagar, which is 175 km away from port Port Bhuj Mumbai Map 7: Air Connectivity of Jamnagar
  • 25. 25 25 Power and Water Supply Source: Gujarat State Electricity Board, Government of Gujarat, Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007
  • 26. 26 26 Power Supply Network Source: Gujarat State Electricity Board, Government of Gujarat, Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007 Power Map 8: Jamnagar Power Supply § In Jamnagar district, under steam power project, a power stations has been set up at Sikka and another one is proposed § Presence of windmills is also witnessed in the district at Navarda § For industrial purpose, there are 10,177 electrical connections with total load of 62,799 Horse Power (H.P.) § There are two substations of 220 K.V., five substations of 132 K.V. each and twenty six substations of 66 K.V. each spread across various talukas of Jamnagar Water § Water supply for industrial purposes in the district can be obtained from sources like, Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board (GWSSB), Borewells and Check dams
  • 27. 27 27 Gas Source: Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation, 2007 Gas Supply § The proposed length of the gas grid in the district is 208.76 km. It will cover 6 sections : Jamnagar – Okha, Digvijay spurline, GFC spurline, GSFC spurline, Jamnagar city and Essar spurline (Mota Lakhiya – Essar Oil Limited) Map 9: Jamnagar Gas Network Proposed Pipeline Under Construction
  • 28. 28 28 Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2007 § There is a 355 km long coastline in the district with 9 ports. Bedi, Okha and Sikka are intermediate ports while Salaya, Jodiya, Pindhara, Bet(Dwarka), are minor ports § Bedi port is connected by broad gauge railway lines with the rest of India. The nearest railway station is Jamnagar, 7 kms away from Bedi port. A railway siding is available at 2 kms from the port. It is connected to National Highway from Rajkot § Sikka is an all-weather direct berthing port which is by rail and road connected to Jamnagar. State Highway 92 passes through the port connecting it to Jamnagar § Okha port is connected by State Highways 6A ad 6B to Jamnagar/Porbandar § Nearest airport is Jamnagar, which is 17 km away from port Port Bedi Port
  • 29. 29 29 Bedi Port Source: Gujarat Maritime Board, Government of Gujarat Bedi Gujarat § Bedi is an all-weather tidal lighterage port located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Kutch § The nearest broad gauge railway station is Jamnagar, which is 7 km from Bedi port. A railway siding is available at 2 km from the port. It is also connected to the National Highway from Rajkot. The broad gauge line is to be extended up to Rozi Pier site § Being an all-weather port, Bedi serves central Saurashtra, north-east Gujarat, south-west Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh § The main cargo handled at Bedi port is fertilizers, bauxite, dates, vegetable oils, oil cakes, salt, groundnut seeds, guar gum, oil, and various extractions § In order to cope with the increasing traffic and to improve traffic handling operations, the State Government has plans to create port facilities near Rozi Pier of Bedi port § The State Government has nominated Bedi Rozi site to be developed through Joint/Public sector participation as direct berthing port to handle bulk carriers
  • 30. 30 30 Sikka Port: Sub-port of Bedi Group of Ports Source: Gujarat Maritime Board, Government of Gujarat Sikka Gujarat § Sikka port is an all-weather direct berthing port on the northern side of Saurashtra peninsula in the Gulf of Kutch § Sikka port is connected to Jamnagar by Rail & Road § The main cargo handled by Sikka port includes phosperic acid, liquid ammonia, coal, machinery, crude oil, propylene, POL, clinker, cement, and salt § Gujarat State Fertilizers Corporation, Shree Digvijay Company Ltd. and M/s. Reliance Ports and Terminals Ltd. have constructed captive jetties at Sikka port for import and export of their products § Reliance Petroleum has constructed an Oil Refinery with a capacity of 27 million tones per annum at Sikka The company has planned to expand the refinery capacity. They have constructed Ro-Ro and Lo-Lo jetties for handling various project cargo, created facilities for import of Crude oil through pipelines and constructed tanker berths for direct berthing of vessels for their captive use at Sikka § Bharat Oman Refinery Ltd. is setting up a SPM at Sikka and intends laying a pipeline from the facility to Bina (Madhya Pradesh)
  • 31. 31 31 Okha Port Source: Gujarat Maritime Board, Government of Gujarat Okha Gujarat § Okha is an all weather port with direct berthing facilities located on the northwest coast of Saurashtra Peninsula at the mouth of Gulf of Kutch § It is connected to Jamnagar / Porbandar by road. Nearest airport is Jamnagar which is 180 km away. The port is connected to rest of India by broad gauge railway system § The main cargo handled at Okha port includes Mineral oil, coal, wheat, sulphur, coke, fertilizer, bauxite, chemicals, salt, soda ash and clinker § The industrial presence at Okha port include companies such as, Tata Chemicals and Petroleum Infrastructure Ltd. § M/s Wimco Petrogas Ltd. is planning to construct a jetty at Okha port to handle petroleum products
  • 32. 32 32 Proposed Infrastructure Projects Port Projects § Development of Bedi port for direct berthing is planned under a centrally sponsored scheme for minor port under ‘National Maritime Development Programme’ § Government of India has proposed development of Okha port as a minor fishery harbour under a centrally sponsored scheme Tourism Projects § The State Government has proposed to set up motels and cottages on the coastal belt of Porbandar and Jamnagar. The plan is to have six motels along the beach with a 30-room capacity each § Government of Gujarat plans to develop the coastal corridor from Jamnagar to Okha as an integrated tourist destination Source: Gujarat Maritime Board, Gujarat Tourism
  • 33. 33 33 Proposed Infrastructure Projects Road Projects § Gujarat State Road Development Corporation has proposed to construct 127 km four lane Rajkot – Jamnagar – Vadinar road under Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) structure Rail Projects § The Gujarat Maritime Board has proposed to connect new Bedi port to Rozi port site by rail which is at a distance of 15 km Source: Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujartat
  • 34. Knowledge Partner 34 Social Infrastructure 5
  • 35. 35 35 Education Table 5: Educational Institutions in Jamnagar 1Engineering Colleges TotalEducational Institutes 1Management Colleges 1University 2Polytechnic 8ITIs 1Medical Colleges 16Others* 45Higher Secondary Schools 156Secondary Schools 1316Primary Schools * Arts, Commerce, Science,B.Ed & Law Colleges § Jamnagar is home to the country’s only Ayurvedic University offering post graduate and diploma courses in Ayurvedic medicines and pharmaceutical science, yoga and naturopathy § There is one medical college as well as dental, physiotherapy and ayurvedic colleges in the district § The Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) in Jamnagar impart training in various areas such as, cutting & sewing, welding, repairing, fabrication, armature and motor rewinding, hair & skin care, electronic system maintenance among various others § There is a Fisheries Aquatic Science Research Station at Sikka that conducts research in Pearl culture Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2006-07, Directorate of Employment & Training, Health & Welfare department
  • 36. 36 36 Health § The district has 36 primary healthcare centers and 11 community healthcare centers § Apollo Group of Hospitals has its telemedicine center linked at a hospital in Jamnagar § The Ayurvedic University in the district hosts a renowned Ayurvedic center equipped with state -of -the -art -techniques and provide a whole range of Ayurvedic treatments § The specialty hospitals in the district include Patel Surgical Hospital, Reparalia Neuro Hospital, Dangar Ortho Hospital and various Eye Hospitals Source: Jamnagar district profile booklet 2006-07
  • 37. Knowledge Partner 37 Tourism 6
  • 38. 38 38 Tourism § Lakhota Lake – Located in the center of town with parks and gardens, the lake additionally houses a small zoo around. In the middle is a fort-like structure called Lakhota Tower, connected to the bank by two causeways § Lakhota Museum – It has a collection of 18th century artifacts and a few some specimens from medieval monuments. A photograph collection highlighting major monuments of Jamnagar and coins from various eras are also on display in the museum § Khijada Mandir – It is the founding temple of Pranami sect in Gujarat, Rooted in Hinduism, it however, propounds the unity of all religions. The temple was built around 400 years old sacred trees and depicts the scenes from the life of Lord Krishna § Ratan Bai Mosque – The mosque is in the center of town with its two towering green and white minarets. It has its own rainwater harvesting system, which provides water to the tank used for the ritual washing before namaz Source: India Guide Gujarat, 2007 Lakhota Lake Lakhota Museum
  • 39. 39 39 Tourism Source: India Guide Gujarat, 2007 • Beaches – Balachadi is the most popular beach of the district with many visitors especially during full moon days. The beach of Pirotan island, about 12 nautical miles from Bedi port is clean and tide dependant. There is normally a huge flock of birds on this beach • Marine National Park – It is India’s first Marine National Park established in 1982. The marine sanctuary area has various species of hard & soft corals, prawns, sponges, crabs, turtles, water birds & brown, green & red algae • Dwarkadhish Temple – A 16th century five-storey high temple of Lord Krishna, built on 72 pillars is situated in the middle of the town • Khijadia Birds Sanctuary and Gaga Wild Life Sanctuary are other tourist attractions in the district Beach on Pirotan Island Dwarkadhish Temple
  • 40. Knowledge Partner 40 Investment Opportunities 7
  • 41. 41 41 Investment Opportunities Agriculture § Agriculture impediments § Cattle feed § Ginning and pressing § Oil mills Mineral based § Alumina and alumina related chemicals § Cement § Emery powder § Hydrated lime Marine based § Fish processing units § Cold storage § Salt up gradation and iodized Salt § Protein tablets * Detailed Sector/ Project Profiles for investment opportunities available at www.indextb.com
  • 42. 42 42 Investment Opportunities Petrochemicals § Building materials § Petrochemical downstream projects Engineering § Lathe machines § Automobile parts § Drills § Machine tools and parts * Detailed Sector/ Project Profiles for investment opportunities available at www.indextb.com
  • 43. 43 43 Annexure I Map 9: Jamnagar Gas Network Map 2: Bauxite Production in Gujarat Map 3: Major Industry Players in Jamnagar Map 8: Jamnagar Power Supply Map 7: Air Connectivity of Jamnagar Map 6: Jamnagar Road and Rail Network Map 5: Location of Industrial Estates in Jamnagar Map 4: SEZs in Jamnagar Map : District Map of Jamnagar with Talukas Maps Figure 5: Decadal Investment Trends Figure 8: No. Of MoUs Signed Figure 9: Sectorwise MoUs Signed Figure 7: Major Investments and Employment during 1998-2007 Figure 6: Major Investments and Employment during 1988-1997 Figure 3 & 4: Contribution of Sectors in SSI Units Figure 2: Food and Non- Food Crop Production 2005-06 Figure 1: Food Crop Production 2006 – 07 Figures Table 2: SEZs in Jamnagar Table 4: Distance of Jamnagar from Major Indian Cities Table 5: Educational Institutions in Jamnagar Table 3: Industrial Estates in Jamnagar Table 1: Medium & Large Scale Players in Jamnagar Tables
  • 44. 44 44 Annexure II : Abbreviations IEM : Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum MoU : Memorandum of Understanding SSI : Small Scale Industries MSI : Medium Scale Industries LSI : Large Scale Industries VGGIS : Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit SEZ : Special Economic Zone GIDC : Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation GIDB : Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board GSPC : Gujarat State Petrochemical Corporation GSPL : Gujarat State Petronet Ltd. GEB : Gujarat Electricity Board GWSSB : Gujarat Water Supply Sewerage Board GSRTC : Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation ITI : Industrial Training Institute