The new industrial policy 2014-19, proposes to join the Centre in implementing the Chennai-Bangalore- Industrial Corridor and Bangalore Mumbai Economic Corridor with the help of assistance from Japan annd UK. In order to take the maximum benefit from industrial corridor, the state has proposed four more industrial corridors, which will be in Dharwad – Koppal – Raichur, Chitradurga – Haveri – Karwar, Raichur – Bagalkot – Belgaum and Tumkur – Shimoga – Hassan sectors
The industrial corridors are expected to become the engines of economic and industrial development over the next 10-15 years. With this, the state proposes to spread out industries by creating industrial nodes along the corridor.
In this backdrop the first edition of Karnataka Logistics Summit will provide unmissable insights and analysis from leading speakers from government and industry through engaging, thought-provoking sessions.