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ITC is one of India’s top private sector companies with a market capitalization of nearly $15 billion and a turnover of over $4.75 billion. The company has established a manufacturing facility in Uttarakhand for making soaps and shampoos.

Hiltron is an independent corporation that initially worked to promote development of electronics and allied industries and services in Uttarakhand. The current objectives of the corporation redefined as an IT and Communication Service Provider to the government of Uttarakhand under administrative control of department of IT are:
• To act as IT and communication service provider to government and semi-government organizations and institutions.
• Conceptualization, system study, project preparation, execution and monitoring of IT related projects.
• Project execution and management with NIC and other business partners on turn key basis.
• Effective and efficient monitoring and evaluation for IT enabled services and training schemes.
• Human resource development for generating employment and self employment in IT through

• To assist IT department, state government for formulation of policies.
• Provision of quality and uninterrupted IT services.
• To ensure the successful incorporation of e-governance programmes.

Tata Motors, one of the leading firms in the automobile sector, set up its fourth plant in Pantnagar, to manufacture Ace, its mini truck.

Hero Honda stands a leading two-wheeler maker, set up a 500,000-unit plant in Hardwar.

Ashok Leyland has started work on a $232.56 million plant near Pantnagar. It will have a capacity for 25,000 vehicles annually in the first phase, scheduled to go on stream in 2008-09. Phase II, scheduled to be operational by March 2010, will enhance total annual capacity to 50,000 vehicles.

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd fifth full-scale automotive plant has been set up in Hardwar to manufacture three-wheelers. It will produce 50,000 units a year. The firm also hopes to develop a strong vendor base around the plant.

HLL, India’s largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company, invested $30.23 million in a personal care factory in SIDCUL’s IIE in Hardwar. The 30,000-tonne per annum factory will produce toothpaste, skin cream and lotion, shampoo, face and body wash products. With full support from SIDCUL, the factory was established in a record time.

HCL is the largest vertically integrated IT firm in India. It set up a 10-acre facility at in the progressive SIDCUL Industrial Estate at Pantnagar in Rudrapur; the facility would enhance the overall capacity of HCL to 2 million PCs per annum. The plant has the capability to manufacture the entire spectrum of ICT products Including notebooks and servers. The new facility has ISO 14001 and ISO 9001:2000 certifications.

Nestle is the world’s largest food company. It has around 250,000 employees worldwide, 500 factories in about 100 countries and markets over 8,000 products. Nestlé India commissioned its seventh factory at Pant Nagar in 2006.

Britannia is India’s largest biscuit firm, with an estimated 38 per cent market share. The company set up a plant in Pantnagar.


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