Under the National Warehousing Policy ''The Agricultural Produce (Development and Warehousing) Corporations Act 1956" was established by State Government in 1958. Repealing it, later this act became famous as ''The Warehousing Corporations Act 1962''. The State Government and the Central Warehousing Corporation are share holders of this corporation.
Under the provisions of The Warehousing Corporations Act 1962, this corporation can work as the agent for sales, purchase and storage of agricultural yields, seeds, foods, fertilizers, agricultural equipment and other notified goods on behalf of any government company or Indian Parliament or any statutory body established by State Legislature.
Approved posts under the administrative structure of corporation organization on headquarters level are Managing Director, Deputy Managing Director, Secretary, General Manager, Manager, Deputy Manager etc.. 18 Regional Office and 156 Warehouse are active on Regional Office level. Regional Manager and other staffs are posted in every Regional Office and Warehouse Incharge and other staffs are posted at Warehouses.
- Scientific Warehousing of 159 warehouses.
- 10 and 30 percent discount to the Cooperative Institutions and Farmers respectively.
- Corporation's self-made capacity of 25 Lacs MT, rental capacity 3.82 Lacs MT, PEG capacity 11.81 and aggregate warehousing capacity 40.63 lacs MT on 31 May 2019.
Management and general observation of the corporation is vested in the Board of Directors. Five Directors are nominated by Central Warehousing Corporation in the Board of Director from which nomination of one Director on the recommendation of State Bank of India and at least one Director non-governmental has been provided. Five Directors are nominated by State Government, from which one is being appointed on the post of Chairman. Appointments of President and Managing Director by the State Government have been provisioned under giving information to Central Warehousing Corporation.