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Title: Madhya Pradesh: Means Business

Madhya Pradesh Means Business
Forest, Environment Herbal
Madhya Pradesh (MP) State that means business
  • MP is the second largest State in the Country
    stretching over 308,000 sq kms.
  • The State is blessed with large mineral resources
    of coal, diamond, limestone, methane etc.
  • MP is among the top 4 states of the Country for
    industrial investments.

Economic Snapshot
Madhya Pradesh is emerging as a key growth center
for the Country
  • Per capita GSDP USD 369
  • Manufacturing sector USD 8.5 bn
  • (Registered Unregistered)
  • Gross state domestic product (GSDP) USD
    23,983.63 Mn
  • Average growth rate 5.5 per annum

Advantage MP
Madhya Pradesh has one of the upcoming industrial
base in India
  • The State is centrally located
  • Investor friendly Government policies
  • Total electricity generation capacity
    6,449.25 MW
  • Indias first greenfield SEZ
    Indore SEZ
  • Industrial Centers 8

Electricity generation capacity at present is
6,449.25 MW and estimated to rise to a surplus in
  • MP is rich in low grade coal suitable for power
  • Potential of hydro-energy generation.
  • Installed power capacity (MPs share)
  • Hydel Power Generation 852.7 MW
  • Thermal Power Generation 2,147.5 MW

Ministry of Power (
Source (as on 23 Feb 2006)
Enabling Infrastructure
  • The State is well connected with the rest of
    India with almost 425 trains passing through the
    State on a daily basis. Of these 175 trains pass
    through the State capital Bhopal alone.

  • 25 airstrips.
  • Convenient air links from key Indian cities like
    Delhi Mumbai to Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior,
    Indore and Khajuraho.
  • 5 operational airports.
  • Indore airport has the capability of handling
    international cargo.
  • An international airport proposed in Bhopal.

  • The total length of roads spanning MP is 67,600
  • National highways of 5,200 kms run through the
  • 18 National highways including trunk routes of
    Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Bangalore,
    Delhi- Hyderabad.
  • The total length of State highways in the State
    is 9,885 kms.
  • Convenient linkages to western ports i.e. Kandla
    Port, Jawahar Nehru Port Trust.

Source Department of Road Transport Shipping
Madhya Pradesh A Preferred Investment Destination
31 of the State under forest cover with a
largely unexploited species of rare, valuable
medicinal- herbal plants
Over 2,000 kms of roads being developed with
Private Partnership (BOT)
Offers diverse tourists destinations catering to
various segments of tourism such as religious
(Bhojpur), eco/ adventure (Panchmari), heritage
(Sanchi, Khajuraho) tourism etc.
Indias 1st operational Greenfield SEZ at Indore
Third largest producer of cement in India
Over 100 agricultural farms with an area of over
20,000 acres is available on lease to investor
Favourable climatic conditions for cotton and
over 40,000 power-looms are driving the textile
Various blocks available for power, cement, iron
and steel units
Largest producer of pulses and oilseeds in the
Country (75 of soyabean production)
Over 18,000 technical graduates and 230,000
graduates add to workforce each year
12 blocks with reserves totalling 2,585 million
tons of coal has been identified
Over 144 BCM of coal bed methane reserves
Availability of coal and natural gas (G.A.I.L
pipeline) along with support from Government to
make investment in Thermal Power Plants lucrative
Source Brochure MP Means
MP The Right Place with the Right Environment
Savings in Office Space Rates (A comparison of
rates in Central Business Districts)
Fastest mover in overall performance among the
big States in the Country.
Fastest mover in agriculture
Fastest mover in infrastructure development.
Bhopal and Indore have substantial cost
advantages, even when compared to other Tier III
and IV cities.
Savings in Land Cost
Ranks 2nd in terms of governance.
(Estimated Values for Multi-product SEZs)
Ranks 3rd in terms of law order
Cost of skilled labour is USD 2.4/day vis-a-vis
USD 3.5 USD 4.0/day in metros
The cost of land is one of the lowest in the
Country. Even central hubs such as Indore and
Bhopal fare well against other cities in terms of
low land cost.
MP is centrally located. The State is at an easy
distance from all the key consumer markets in the
Fastest mover is the State where the rate of
improvement between 2003 2006 was greater than
that between 1991 2003
Source (Reference RK Swamy)
- Distances rounded off
Source India Today (September 06 Issue)
Industrial Policy Catalyst for the Investments
  • The Government of MP has devised an investor
    friendly industrial policy, which is aimed at
    achieving global competitiveness. The policy
    emphasizes on industrial growth in the state
    through adopting cluster approach, establishing
    specialized infrastructure and offering
    favourable incentives.
  • The main thrust of this policy is
  • Establishment of a Madhya Pradesh Trade and
    Investment Facilitation Corporation which would
    take decisions about rationalization of taxes,
    facilities of mega projects and other related
  • Enacting an Industrial Facilitation Act and to
    change the rules of business with a view to make
    single window system decisive and result
  • Developing infrastructure for supporting the
    identified industrial clusters
  • Reviving closed down/ sick industrial units by
    granting special packages.
  • Attractive incentive schemes.

  • Special package for Mega Projects on project
    basis by apex level investment promotion
    empowered committee headed by the Chief Minister.
  • Industrial investment promotion assistance 50
    to 75 of commercial tax for 3-10 years
  • Concessional registration charges and stamp duty
    exemption for Term Loans.
  • Interest subsidy on term loan for 5 years _at_ 3
    to 5.
  • For thrust sector industries, 25 capital subsidy
    would be provided limiting up to a maximum of USD
  • Land on 75 concessive rate for Mega Projects
    limited to USD 4.4 million.
  • Entry tax exemption for 5 years.
  • 5 years electricity duty exemption on captive
    power generation
  • 15 capital subsidy to SSI up to USD 33,000 in
    backward areas
  • Infrastructure grant up to USD 0.22 million crore
    for developing private sector industrial parks
  • Partial reimbursement for Project report, ISO
    Certification, Patent and Technology Purchase cost
  • Indore Pharmaceutical, Textile, Food
    Processing, IT, Auto Components
  • Bhopal Engineering, Biotechnology, Herbal, IT,
    Food Processing
  • Jabalpur Garment, Mineral, Forest Herbal,
    Food Processing
  • Gwalior Electronics, IT, FMCG, Engineering,
    Food Processing
  • Rewa Refractories, Lime Stone, Forest Based
  • Sagar Mineral Processing

Crystal IT Park Indore
Food Parks Mandsaur, Khargone, Chhindwara, Hoshagabad, Mandla and Bhind
Stone Park Katni
Herbal Park Rewa
Granite Park Chhatarpur
Life Sciences Project Bhopal
Apparel Park Indore (SEZ)
Gems Jewellery Park Indore
Doing Business Made Easy Through MPAKVN
In a bid to build a competitive environment
industries and their ancillaries would be
promoted in clusters based on the availability of
raw materials, skilled labour and market
potential. Under this Industrial Policy through
Madhya Pradesh Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam Ltd
(MPAKVNs) scheme, the State Government, has
identified industrial clusters. Many of the
industrial giants have their establishments in
these areas, however 44 of developed area is
still untapped and open for investment.
Area Developed 2,262 Hectares Allotted 800
Hectares Units established 326 Major Groups JK,
Surya Roshini, Godrej, Grasim, Cadbury, Hotline,
Crompton Greaves Special Infrastructure ICD,
Food Park
Area Developed 273 Hectares Allotted 115
Hectares Units established 121 Major Groups
Birla, Jaypee Special Infrastructure Integrated
infrastructure development centres (IIDC)
Area Developed 790 Hectares Allotted 125
Hectares Units established 52 Major Groups
Raymond, Hindustan Petroleum, PBM, Ayur Special
Infrastructure Stone Park, Food Park
Area Developed 1,330 Hectares Allotted 618
Hectares Units established 286 Major GroupsHEG,
Crompton Greaves, PG, Godrej, Lupin, IFB, Oswal,
Nahar Special Infrastructure ICD, Food Park
Area Developed 2,492 Hectares Allotted 1431
Hectares Units established 575 Major Groups
Tata, Ranbaxy, Eicher, Bridgestone, Hindustan
Motors, Kinetic, SRF, S Kumars, Gajra, Nicholas
Piramal, Indorama, IPCA, Bhilwara Special
Infrastructure SEZ, Crystal IT Park, Food Park,
Apparel Park
Malanpur, Malanpur Phase II, Banmore, Chainpura,
Siddhgawan, Pratappura
Total developed area 7,147 Hectares
Total allotted area 3,089 Hectares
Total units established 1,360
Growth centres 19
Rewa, Waidhan
Mandideep, Pillukhedi, Mandideep Phase II
Borgaon, Maneri, Purena
Pithampur, Kheda, Dewas, Maksi, Megh Nagar
Forest, Environment Herbal
Sector Profile Forests, Environment Herbal
MP Forest Capital of India
MP Forest Snapshot
Herbal Market Scenario
MP Herbal Potential
Concessions and Facilities for Herbal Industry
Investment Destination - Opportunities in Herbal
Investment Destination - Opportunities in Forest Environment
MP An Investment Destination
Way Forward
MP Forest Capital of India
  • Madhya Pradesh has a forest area of 94689.38 sq.
    km which constitutes nearly 31 area of the
    state. With a share of nearly 13 of the total
    forest area of the country, MP has the largest
    forest covered area among all the States in
  • The state has a diverse range of forest. The four
    key types are Tropical Moist, Tropical Dry,
    Tropical Thorn, Subtropical broadleaved Hill
  • There are three key forest formations, namely
    Teak Forest, Sal Forest and Miscellaneous
    Forests. Further, Bamboo bearing areas are widely
    distributed in the State.
  • Forest based industries are key contributor to
    the States economy and provide employment to a
    large part of the population.
  • In 2004-05 forests and logging contribute 2.1
    to the State GDP.
  • The total growing stock (volume of timber / wood)
    in MP is 50 mn cu. m valued worth USD 55.5 bn.

Forest Map of MP
Classification of MP land Mass
Reserved 65.36
Protected 32.84
Unclassified 1.7
Forest 31
Non Forest 69
MP 9.38
Forests are valuable sources of various medicinal
herbs and aromatic plants and are sole source of
woody and non woody products such as timber,
gums and resins etc.
India 90.62
MP Forests Snapshot
  • MPs forest reserves are a rich source of Timber,
    Fuel wood and Bamboo. They are also a key source
    of minor forests products such as Tendu, Harra,
    Sal Seed and Gums.
  • MP is the largest producer of Tendu leaves in the
    country which is the key raw material used for
    the production of Biddi. The average annual
    production of Tendu Leaves in the state is around
    2.5 mn standard bags.
  • MP accounts for nearly 25 of all the Tendu
    Leaves produced in India

Production of Timber, Fuel wood and Bamboo
Lakh Cu M
Lakh nt
Key Forest Products Key Forest Products Key Forest Products
Woody Products Nationalised Minor Forest Products Non-Nationalised Minor Forest Products
Timber Small Timber Fuel Wood Bamboo Tendu Patta Sal Seeds Kullu Gum Harra, All other gums, Satawar, Kalmegh, Giloe, Achar, Arjun Bark, Aonla, Gudnar, Chiratia, Nagarmocha, Beheda, Bael, Bhilwa, Mahua, Van, Tulsi, (more than 155)
Revenue From Sale of Forest Products
One standard bag of Tendu Leaves in Madhya
Pradesh means 1000 bundles of 50 leaves each.
Herbal Market Scenario
  • As per the estimates of the WHO, nearly 80 of
    the worlds population depends on herbal medicine
    for their primary health care requirements.
  • Global trade in medicinal plants is over USD 60bn
    in 2004 with an annual growth rate of 15.
  • India is rapidly emerging as a key player for
    supplying medicinal plants to the world.
  • Estimated total value of products from Ayurvedic
    production in India is nearly USD 1 bn.
  • Exports of Ayurvedic medicines have reached a
    value of USD 100 million a year. Of the total
    exports, about 60 is crude herbs, 30 finished
    product shipped abroad for direct sales to
    consumers, and the remaining 10 is partially
    prepared products to be finished in the foreign
  • The Ayurvedic industry in India is dominated by
    around 30 companies. Key suppliers like Dabur,
    Baidyanath, and Zandu, together contribute about
    85 of India's domestic market. Charak
    Pharmaceuticals, Vicco Laboratories, Emami Group,
    Aimil Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Viswakeerthy Ayurvedic
    Pharmacy etc are few of the well-known names in
    this sector.
  • Of late, leading players in the FMCG segment like
    the Hindustan Lever Limited (HLL) are increasing
    their focus on Ayurveda.
  • Contract farming of medicinal plant species which
    are in demand in the foreign market is seen as
    the key growth driver of the domestic herbal

Global Demand of Medicinal Plant
USD 5 Tn
USD 60 bn
Source WHO Estimates
Break up of Ayurvedic Export Market
With demand of herbal products increasing
globally, the market presents substantial
business opportunities for herbal companies in
MP Herbal Potential
  • With 11 Agro-climatic zones out of the total 16
    in the country, MP is well suited for cultivation
    of a large number of Medicinal and Aromatic
    plants (MAPs).
  • The production of MAPs in the State in 2004-05
    was 20,000 tonnes and is estimated to rise to
    40,000 tonnes by the year 2009.
  • MPs share in the national production of MAPs was
    6.25 in 2004-05 and is expected to rise to 8.63
    till 2009.
  • 30 of the demand of Indian herbal industry is
    met by the herbal collections centers of Madhya
  • MP is the natural habitat for over 50 of the
    herbs used in the pharmaceutical industry and is
    the key source of raw material to various herbal
    processing units across the country. The
    Government is keen to develop MP as the key
    processing center for herbal products.

Estimated Production Potential of key Medicinal
Increasing Annual Production of MAPs in MP
MPs Rising Share in National Production of MAPs
Concessions and Facilities for Herbal Industry
  • To facilitate the development of herbal industry,
    the Government of MP extends various concessions
    and facilities to industries.
  • The key concessions offers are capital investment
    subsidy, interest subsidy, concessional land
    rates, industrial investment promotion assistance
    and entry tax exemption etc.
  • Exemption from electricity duty for 5 years
  • Exemption from stamp duty/registration charges
  • New industries are exempted from paying entry tax
    for five years from the date of first purchase of
    raw material
  • Partial reimbursement of expenditure incurred on
    quality certifications, ISO-9000, patent filing,
    BIS etc by the industries in the state.
  • Units with fixed capital investment of USD 2.2
    million and above would be treated as mega
    projects. 5 to 20 acres of land would be allotted
    to such units at a concessional rate of 25 of
    the stipulated rate. Further all such mega
    projects shall be eligible for special incentive
    package on case to case basis
  • An industrial investment promotion assistance
    equivalent to 50 amount of Commercial tax and
    Central Sales Tax (excluding Commercial Tax on
    the purchase of raw materials) deposited by the
    unit in the preceding year, would be given to the
    industry having fixed capital investment between
    USD 0.2 million to USD 2.2 million for 3 years in
    advanced district and for 5 year in backward
    district. The rate of assistance is 75 for
    investment above USD 2.2 million.

Capital Investment Subsidy Capital Investment Subsidy Capital Investment Subsidy
Category of district of subsidy on fixed Investment Upper limit of subsidy (USD)
Backward A 15 11,000
Backward B 15 22,000
Backward C 15 33,000
Special capital subsidy at 25. To a maximum of USD 0.02-0.05 as per category, if the investment is more than USD 0.11mn Special capital subsidy at 25. To a maximum of USD 0.02-0.05 as per category, if the investment is more than USD 0.11mn Special capital subsidy at 25. To a maximum of USD 0.02-0.05 as per category, if the investment is more than USD 0.11mn
Interest Subsidy Interest Subsidy Interest Subsidy Interest Subsidy
Category of district Duration (Years) Interest Subsidy Upper limit of subsidy (USD)
Backward A 5 3 22,000
Backward B 6 4 33,000
Backward C 7 5 44,000
No Industries Blocks 7 5 44,000
Industrial Investment Promotion Assistance Industrial Investment Promotion Assistance Industrial Investment Promotion Assistance
Category of district Minimum eligible fixed capital investment (USD) Duration (Years)
Advanced 5.5 million 3
Backward A 4.4 million 5
Backward B 3.3 million 7
Backward C 2.2 million 10
The Government is keen to harness the natural
riches of MP and is vigorously promoting the
development of herbal industry in the State.
Investment Destination- Opportunities in Herbal
  • MP is the key supplier of raw material to the
    herbal industry across the country. While MP has
    several success stories in the cultivation and
    collection steps of the value chain substantial
    opportunities now exist for entrepreneurs in the
    post harvest process such as manufacturing/process
    ing, quality testing as well etc.
  • To promote the growth and development of herbal
    industries in the State, the Government of MP has
    announced a special incentive package for the
    herbal industry.

Special incentive Package for Herbal Industry
  • Reimbursement of 50 of the total fees incurred
    on hiring technical consultancy for getting GMP
    certification. With an upper limit of USD 22,000
    per project.
  • For participation in the international trade
    fairs and exhibitions, entrepreneurs of herbal
    industries will be given financial assistance of
    50 on one half of the stall charges.
  • Registration fees charged by the importing
    countries for import of herbal products will be
    reimbursed up to a maximum of USD 1100 and air
    fare to a maximum of USD 1100.
  • All concessions and facilities that are available
    to industrial units in the backward districts
    will also be extended to units located in the
    developed and advanced district such as Indore
    and Bhopal.
  • Relevant provisions of labour laws applicable in
    Special Economic Zones will be applicable for
    existing and upcoming herbal parks as well as the
    herbal and Ayurvedic industries.
  • Stamp duty waiver for Herbal and Ayurvedic
    industries in case of change in name,
    collaboration, inclusion of partners,
    reorganizations and for amendment in the lease
    deed for the next 3 years and also for entering
    into agreement with financial institutions for
    getting financial assistance.
  • Small scale pharmaceutical industries will be
    given priority under store purchase rules
  • Fast track clearances for setting up
    pharmaceutical and herbal industries.

Viable Herbal Processing Industrial Opportunities in MP
Aloe Vera gel extraction and spray dried powder manufacturing units
Herbal extraction units
Fractional Distillation units for essential oil production and refining
Ayurvedic drug formulation units
Food and vegetable colours and dyes
Production of concrete and absolute from flowers
Primary processing centers for raw herbs
Isabgol dehusking units
Herbal cosmetics production units
Perfume production units
Expeller units for producing Bio-diesel and Neem oil
Key Drivers for Herbal Industry
Abundant availability of raw herbs
Abundant cultivable land available
Mass scale cultivation of large number of species already initiated
Land available for industrial operations at economic rates
Single window clearance system for drug license
Lack of competition in herbal processing
Investment Destination- Opportunities in Forests
  • Being the largest producer of Tendu leaves MP is
    strategically the most suitable location in the
    Country for manufacturing/ processing of tobacco
    based products. The companies located in the
    State can save substantial costs on raw material
    and transportation by establishing processing
    units for the production of Biddi and related
  • The forests in the State are a key source of high
    quality timber yielding variety of Teak and Sal
    which forms the backbone of the furniture
    industry. Companies can set up the furniture
    units in the State and leverage following key
    location advantages
  • 1) Proximity to raw material
  • 2) Proximity to target markets
  • 3) Proximity of ports for exporting products
  • Given its vast forests landscape and scenic
    vistas, eco-tourism and adventure tourism
    opportunities are abound in MP. The State has
    nine natural parks and 25 sanctuaries, which
    present an immense potential for tourism and
    hospitality industry to flourish.
  • Significant opportunities exists for the
    development of handicraft industry specially for
    the production of Bamboo based goods.
    Opportunities for private participation are
    immense as there is a high demand for handicrafts
    products in the foreign countries as well as in
    the domestic market. Further, companies can
    leverage the availability of local inexpensive
    labour with high skill sets in production of
    various forests goods.

Madhya Pradesh is Strategically Placed for Forest
Based Products
Delhi (740 Kms)
Lucknow (680 Kms)
Jaipur (580 Kms)
Kanpur (600 Kms)
Ahmedabad (570 Kms)
Patna (910 Kms)
Kandla (933)
Kolkata, Haldia (1350 Kms)
Nagpur (350 Kms)
Mumbai, JNPT (780 Kms)
Bhubaneshwar (1200 Kms)
Pune (800 Kms)
Vishakapatnam (1310)
Hyderabad (840 Kms)
Chennai (1430 Kms)
Key Markets (Distance From Bhopal)
Bangalore (1400 Kms)
Key Ports (Distance From Bhopal)
The forests resources of MP provides immense
business opportunities for forests based product
Investment Destination- Opportunities in Forests
  • Environment protection and conservation is one of
    the key concerns of the State Government. All the
    envisaged development plans in the state would
    result in heightened commercial activities which
    is likely to put severe stress on the State
  • Due to the rapid industrialization of the State,
    the effluents discharge from the companies
    specially chemicals pharmaceuticals, will be a
    key environmental concern.
  • Per capita waste generation in major cities in MP
    ranges from 0.20 Kg to 0.60 kg. The urban local
    bodies spends between USD 11 to USD 33 per ton on
    solid waste for collection, transportation,
    treatment and disposal.
  • 60-70 of the total amount is spent on
    collection, 20-30 on transportation and less
    than 5 on final disposal. Most of the methods
    used by the municipal corporation are
    unscientific and lack safe disposal techniques.
  • The State Government is keen on implementing key
    environmental protection plants Which includes
    building up of collection stations for solid
  • Significant opportunities exists for the
    commercial waste management companies in the
    State both for solid waste management and also
    for the effluent treatment plants.

Tobacco Industry
Timber Production
Paper Pulp
Furniture Industry
Bamboo products
Solid Waste Management
Recycled Goods Industry
Key Investment Opportunities
To utilize the large amount of waste land in the
State, the Government of MP has drawn up plans to
convert them into plantation center. Paper pulp
producing trees would be planted in next 5-7
years over one million hectares of waste
land. The opportunities for commercial paper
production in the state is pegged at USD 1.5-2 bn.
Way Forward
  • The Government is keen to develop MP as the key
    processing center for herbal products. The
    natural advantage of the State coupled with
    government initiatives makes MP an ideal
    destination for investment.
  • The success of Vindhya herbal has generated
    ample confidence among the privates players to
    invest in the business opportunities presented
    by the herbal industry.
  • The key opportunities of investments are in
    contract farming, contract collection centers,
    herbal processing units, collaborative
    manufacturing and setting up high quality testing
    laboratories for testing medicinal plants and

Success Story Vindhya Herbal
  • In collaboration with the international FMCG
    major Hindustan Lever Ltd , the Government of MP
    has initiated efforts to promote the herbal
    industries of the State. It has launched its
    proprietary brand Vindhya Herbal to market
    various herbal formulations that are being
    produced in the state. All products are processed
    employing current Good Manufacturing Practices.

Aonla Murabba Aonla Supari Aonla Powder Ashwagandha powder
Aonla Candy Aonla Aschar Aonla sherbut Amaltas powder
Arjun Powder Apamarg powder Bael Pulp Brahmi
Baichandi Bhringraj powder Bavachi Ayurvedic face packs
Banjira Baibidang Baheda Bach
Bijasar Bark powder Bija glass (Tumbler) Babul Pods Powder Bhui Aonla Powder
Chiroji ( Achar fruit) Dronpushpi powder Dhaora Gum Triphala
Gorakhmundi Giloy Gokharu Powder Gudmar powder
Gulbakavali ark Honey Hadjod powder Indrajau
Imli Kalmegh Karanj bark powder Jamun seed powder
Keoti Bark Konch powder Kamarkas Kulanjan
Maha Neem Bark Nirgundi Punarnava Mulethi
Palas Flower Rosha oil Shatawari pppowder Safed Musli powder
Senna Shankhpushpi powder Tulsi Cosmetic oil/ shampoo
Key Products Promoted under Vindhya Herbal Brand
Contract Farming
Collaborative Manufacturing
Setting Big Processing Units
Government 3-tier Strategy for Development of
Medical Aromatic Plants Industry
MP provides ample opportunities across the value
chain of Herbal Industry
Way Forward
  • MP has been successful in attracting several
    large companies in the forest forest based
    products segment.
  • By investing in the MP an investor can join the
    club of companies such as Dabur, HLL, Baidyanath,
    Lupin, ITC etc. This truly reflects upon the
    bio-diversity of the state and the investor
  • There are over 32 contract farming companies
    operating in the state and this figure has been
    rising substantially in the recent past.
  • The increased production of certain products is
    the indicator of increased activity in the state.
    For instance, the production of lac has increased
    from 3,000 quintals in 2003 to 40,000 quintals in
  • There is also scope for teak and sal based
    furniture business in the state.
  • The growth of the sector is likely to continue as
    a result of increased demand for derived products
    of forest produce.

Vijay Herbals Essential Oils Kasturi Herbal
Farm Sanwaria Herbal Farm Devika Herbal Omni
Pharmaceuticals Gewit Herbal EH
Join The Club
Key Investment Opportunities
Opportunity Key Locations
Teak Sal (Furniture factory) Chattarpur
Bamboo Balaghat
Jetropa -Bio-diesel Plantations
Opportunity Key Locations
Lac Processing Seoni Annupur
Honey Processing Sheopur Kalan
Wild MAPS Jabalpur Katni
Forest Environment
MP is the land of opportunities for Forest
Forest Based Products
Connecting Further
Forest Department MP
Madhya Pradesh Minor Forest Produce Co-operative
Center for Entrepreneurship Development
Government of Madhya Pradesh
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