The Cabinet today approved a proposal for leasing out land parcel owned by Airports Authority of India (AAI) for setting up a centre for perishable cargo at Indore airport.
“The creation of Centre for Perishable Cargo is expected to cater to the employment needs of the local population and has significant employment potential. A total number of 113 persons will be required to manage the CPC,” an official release said.
For setting up the CPC, land measuring 1,500 square metres would be leased out to MP Warehousing Logistics Corporation (MPWLC) by AAI.
The centre is to be established by MPWLC at Devi Ahilya Bai Airport , Indore, under public private partnership model.
The leasing out of the land would help Madhya Pradesh government promote its agriculture and horticulture sectors.
According to the release, Madhya Pradesh government’s proposal to have such a centre comes in the backdrop of huge demand of export of pharmaceuticals, poultry products and horticulture products in Malwa region in the state.
“This centre will be a state of art facility… It will provide a world class facility under one roof to cater to all requirements of the traders and maintain the quality of produce,” the release said.Cabinet approves l
The Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi , gave the approval for leasing out land at its meeting. Geronimo Allison JerseyShare This