Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) was first launched in 2005 and extended till March, 2017 by merging two schemes, namely, Apparel Parks for Exports Scheme (APES) and the Textiles Centre Infrastructure Development Scheme (TCIDS) to provide the industry with worldclass state of the art infrastructure facilities for setting up their textile units. The scheme facilitates textile units to meet international environmental and social standards. The scheme targets industrial clusters/locations with high growth potential, which require strategic interventions by way of providing world-class infrastructure support.
- To provide world-class infrastructure facilities to the industry for setting up textile units.
- Facilitating textile units to meet international environmental and social standards.
- Creating new textile parks of international standards at potential growth centres.
Nodal Agency: The Project Management Consultants (PMC) will be responsible for the speedy implementation of the Projects in a transparent and professional manner. PMCs are paid by the Ministry of Textiles.
Scope: The scheme covers infrastructure development of an ITP categorized into the following components.
Group A – Land.
Group B – Common Infrastructure like compound wall, roads, drainage, water supply, electricity supply including captive power plant, effluent treatment, telecommunication lines etc.
Group C – Buildings for common facilities like testing laboratory (including equipments), design center(including equipments), training center(including equipments), trade center/display center, ware housing facility/ raw material depot, one packaging unit, crèche, canteen, workers hostel, offices of service providers, labour rest and recreation facilities, marketing support system (backward / forward linkages) etc.
Group D – Factory buildings for production purposes.
Group E- Plant & machinery.
Group F – Work space for textile units and workers hostel which may be made available on rental/hire purchase basis.
Incentives: SPV receives 40% of project costs as grants, so up to 60% of costs are born by SPV members.
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