The plant was commissioned in a span of 18 months with an funding of Rs 100 crore, officers mentioned.
It can present employment alternatives to greater than 900 individuals, they mentioned, including that it is going to be developed as the biggest tea packaging plant within the nation.
It has a manufacturing capability of 15 million kg of tea, which shall be additional enhanced to 50 million kg, they mentioned.
The unit will cater to the wants of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, moreover the states in central India, officers mentioned.
The unit shall be run by Amalgamated Plantations, an affiliate of Tata Consumer Products.
The chief minister appreciated the function of the Tata Group within the industrial growth of Odisha.
“They’ve additionally come ahead in catalysing social growth by way of partnering with the Authorities of Odisha in schooling, well being and ability growth initiatives. I thank Tata Group for aiding the state authorities in mobilising medical oxygen, PSA, crops and important equipment through the COVID pandemic,” he mentioned.
Patnaik mentioned that Odisha has continued to stay on the forefront of commercial growth in India.
The continued diversification of industries will additional enhance the employment alternatives in Odisha, he mentioned.
Tata Metal MD TV Narendran mentioned that his firm has invested over Rs 60,000 crore within the state within the final 5 years.
“Tata Metal has invested Rs 500 crore for infrastructure growth at Gopalpur SEZ,” mentioned Sunil D’souza, CEO and MD of Tata Consumer Products.
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