Hyderabad Warangal Industrial Corridor (HWIC) is spread over NH 163 between Hyderabad and Warangal, the two most important economic hubs of the state of Telangana. HWIC shall include Hyderabad Pharma City as a priority node which is a “Project of National Significance” and National Investment & Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ).
India’s most ambitious infrastructure program, the National Industrial Corridor Development Program, aims to create new industrial cities as “Smart Cities” and integrate next-generation technologies into all areas of infrastructure. The National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (NICDC) is a Special Purpose Vehicle with the goal of establishing, fostering, and facilitating the implementation of the National Industrial Corridor Development Programme.
As part of the National Industrial Corridor Programme (NICP), which is at various stages of conceptualization, development, and execution, the government has approved the development of 11 industrial corridors with 32 projects to be completed in four phases throughout the nation. Hyderabad Warangal Industrial Corridor is one among them (HWIC).
Telangana and Maharashtra are included in the influence zone of the Hyderabad Warangal Industrial Corridor (HWIC). It will make it easier to build an industrial foundation that is well-planned, and resource-efficient, and will lead to innovation, production, and job growth. This refers to the Hyderabad Phase I Telangana Project.
The two most significant economic centers in the state of Telangana, Hyderabad, and Warangal, are connected by the 235 km Hyderabad Warangal Industrial Corridor (HWIC), which runs along NH 163. HWIC suggested using a comprehensive strategy to alleviate the infrastructure bottlenecks while taking advantage of the state’s region’s natural advantages. As a result, it is suggested that high-impact/market-driven nodes be built in key areas along the corridor to offer transparent and investment-friendly regimes. These nodes are intended to be self-sufficient nodes with top-notch infrastructure, connectivity for freight movement by road and rail to and from ports and logistics hubs, dependable power, high-quality social infrastructure, and a globally competitive environment favorable to the business establishment. Hyderabad Pharma City, a “Project of National Significance” and National Investment & Manufacturing Zone has been the subject of a thorough investigation by the State Government of Telangana (NIMZ).