Gujarat Ambuja to set up ‘corn wet milling’ project - Feedback

Agro-processing firm Gujarat Ambuja Exports today announced plans to set up a ‘corn wet milling’ project with an installed capacity of 1,000 tonnes per day in Dhule district, Maharashtra.

“The company proposes to set up a greenfield project of 1,000 TPD (tonnes per day) corn wet milling at Chalisgaon, Dhule district,” Gujarat Ambuja Exports said in a regulatory filing. The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has allotted land and the lease deed has been executed, it said. “Necessary steps are being taken to obtain statutory approvals and licences for setting up the unit. Negotiation with suppliers for plant and machinery and engineering consultancy services are under process,” the filing added. The company deals in various segments, including cotton yarn, solvent extraction, maize processing, flour mill and cattle feed.

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