Washim is an industrial area and district in Maharashtra, India. Washim is a district in Maharashtra, India. Cotton is the most important cash crop with the largest area under cultivation, followed by sorghum. Within the district. Washim is the largest producer of sorghum.
industrial activity is largely cotton-based, like the handloom industry. the cloth industry uses hand spun thread to make khadi.
The only sugar factory in the district.
There is a chemical fertilizer factory in Washim
. Other industries include leather-goods, toys and other products from wood, nylon rope, silk thread production, dal mills and oil mills.
Agriculture is the main activity in this region. Some of the main crops that are grown in this very place include jowar, cotton, bajra, wheat, rice, tur and mango. Cotton, bajra, tur, wheat, jowar, mango, sugarcane and rice are the main crops of Washim District.
Growth Trend: Washim Growth Center one of the best industrial parks, and has been set up with the main objective to promote industrial growth in the nearby region.
Major Exportable Item: Cotton, automobile parts
Potential for new MSMEs: Cotton ginning, Wooden Furniture, Automobile parts and equipment's, electronics and home appliances.