Indore, January 22: In its efforts to take the products of Indoor's Namkeen cluster to international safety standards, the MSME Development Institute Indore is developing a Reverse Osmosis (RO) water filter plant here.
The proposal for an RO plant that can ensure hygiene and quality, was made by the manufacturers of the Namkeen products themselves, KNN India reports. The Namkeen cluster is being developed by Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam (AKVN) Indore. The industrial cluster, envisaged by MSME Development Institute Indore, strives to assist SMEs to explore export opportunities and to help them in taking the famous Namkeen products to a world market.
It's expected that the cluster, upon being fully functional, will double the annual turnover to Rs 1,000 crore in two years. In addition to RO plant, the cluster will also have a ware house, quality test laboratory cold storage,employees training centre and piped gas line. The cluster is being developed in 12.71 acres of land with an investment of Rs 10 crore and an additional Rs 10 crore for common area facilities.