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Coordinates: Butibori is an industrial suburb of Nagpur, India and is developed as 5 Star Industrial district by Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC). Butibori's total area acquired is 23.12 square kilometres out of which 14.94 km² is developed. The area is developed economic development of Nagpur city. The area receives water supply from Wadgaon Dam. Butibori also claims Maharashtra's first Food-Park. In order to invite textile industries a common effluent treatment plant is also built.
It is served by the Buti Bori railway station.
Maharashtra Industries Development Corporation has acquired additional 3,750 acres.
The number of industries operating in the area is around 100, with around 35 under construction. Butibori Industrial Area spans a total area of 1,500 hectares.
Total area acquired: 2,312 hectares
Area developed: 1,494.29 hectares
No. of plots allotted: 680 hectares
Units in production: 110 (245 hectares)
Units under construction: 34 (100 hectares)
Number of industries in production
Large scale industries : 24
Small scale industries: 75
Number of industries under construction
Large scale industries: 2
Small scale industries: 32
Famous person-. P.K.Jangra