Logistics park near Calcutta
Calcutta: Bangalore-based Embassy Industrial Parks, upheld by worldwide private value player Warburg Pincus, has solidified plans to put Rs 1,000 crore in the following five years in Bengal.
The organization, which works coordinations stops in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai, is in the last phases of transaction to report its first venture on Wednesday at the Bengal Global Business Summit.
Anshul Singhal, overseeing chief of the organization, said the principal stop would come up close Calcutta on the National Highway on a 30-section of land plot.
"The city does not have great quality coordinations space, which is sought after at this point. We have been searching for a chance to enter the Calcutta advertise for quite a while. We are cheerful that it will happen soon," Singhal, who is going to the fourth version of the Bengal Global Business Summit, said.