Rubber park

The Government of Tripura is Developing Tripura Industrial Rubber Park in Bodhjungnagar for the growth of rubber-based industries in Tripura, located on a 58.81 acres plot. This is being developed by Tripura Industrial Development Corporation (TIDC) and the Rubber Board under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, promoted under the ASIDE Scheme. ILFS CDI was the implementing agency for the project. Out of 58.81 acres of land, 35 acres will be distributed as industrial units & 23.81 acres will be utilized for developing common infrastructure. The growth centre is equipped with basic common physical infrastructure and facilities to enable the interested entrepreneurs to set up business operations.

Tripura Industrial Rubber Park aims to further India's growth in Rubber Industry. It is situated in the Bodhjungnagar Industrial Complex in West Tripura District and promoted by TIDC. Well laid out plots and infrastructure facilities to set up rubber-based businesses from retreading of tyres to the production of coated fabrics to the manufacturing of surgical gloves, conveyor belts, latex forms, etc.

Information about Rubber park

Sr. No. Name Details
1. Project Cost Rs. 23.00 Crores
2. Nodal Agency TIDC Ltd.
3. Land 58.819 Acres
4. Status Completed
5. Facilities being created Internal & External Road Network, Developed Plots & Shed, Power, Water and Gas Supply, Common Effluent Treatment Plant, Telecom, Boundary wall, Testing lab, sewage and drainage, Security Guard etc.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS – Tripura Industrial Rubber Park

  • Assured Availability of Natural Rubber
  • 35 acres of Industrial Plots, Unit Size of 1 acre.
  • Common Infrastructure Facilities, including effluent treatment plant.
  • Plug-n-play style infrastructure.
  • Standard Design Factory Sheds for small entrepreneurs.


About 50,000 products are made of natural rubber. The per capita rubber consumption in India is 800gms as against world average of 3 Kgs. Rubber Industry holds a huge potential for growth. The world trade in rubber is estimated to be US $ 23 billion.