The proposed textile park at Padalur village on the Tiruchi – Chennai National Highway, would have a state-of-the-art infrastructure, K. Nandakumar, district collector said at a meeting convened in connection with the project. Madhumathikumar, general manager of State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu and other officials were present.
The collector said that all required infrastructure for the 100 acres – Park will be provided within a year’s time and the state government has sanctioned Rs. 15 crore for the purpose including formation of roads, provision of drinking water supply and street lights and sheds.
To start with, a road would be laid for about one km from the national highway to Therani village.
Of the 100 acres, 25 acres would be utilized for formation of roads, setting up of transformers and other utility services, while the balance 75 acres would be utilized for setting up sheds to be allotted to entrepreneurs through single-window system.
Training for skill development would be given to the entrepreneurs selected through the single window system. The textile park would produce export-oriented quality garments. No chemicals and dyes would be allowed at the park.
-Apparel Talk, Indian Apparel