Faridabad ‘mixed’ engineering cluster (Haryana)


One of India's the largest and fastest growing MSME clusters is located in Faridabad, Haryana, about 25 km from Delhi. There are an estimated 12,015 MSME units in the cluster, providing employment to nearly 0.8 million people. Nearly two-thirds of all units fall under three broad segments: auto parts, sheet metal components, and fabrication. Other major industry segments include castings, chemicals & paints, electroplating, forging, heat treatment, industrial fasteners, plastic products, railway equipment, rubber products, and textiles.

Products manufactured

Castings, auto/tractor components, machining parts, electroplating, heat treatment

Number of MSMEs


Main fuels

Electricity, diesel, furnace oil, LPG, pet coke, wood, and gas.

Production & turnover

Rs 106,668 crores

Total energy consumption (toe)

426167 (for 5347 units)

Leading industry association(s)

Energy efficiency initiatives

World Bank –GEF project: Financing energy efficiency at MSMEs

Cluster profile


Other resources


Source: Data for 2011-12, collected by DESL under the World Bank-GEF-SIDBI project 'Financing Energy Effi ciency at MSMEs'

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