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Old April 3rd, 2012, 05:45 PM   #161
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The SIPCOT is on the way to Sivagangai from Manamadurai i.e about 3 kilometres from Manamadurai town. They have started production a year back I suppose. It was a 2000 Crores INR investment. We tried to make it to their location when we went on an industrial tour last time. But the SIPCOT restricted our entry after a certain limit. I thought of getting them in Google Earth but they have only 2006 imagery there. I have requested for an update from them, let us wait till they update. But they are recruiting now and then. A particular line there in the first link below - "Knowing Tamil language is must.Madurai & Sivangangai Dist candidates will be preferred."

and in the second link - "Candidates should be ready to relocate to Manamadurai (Near Madurai)"

* 200 diploma guys for Trainee posting

http://www.wisdomjobs.com/view_job.php?jobid=302480

* Head/VP/GM-HR (8 to 12 years experienced)

http://www.wisdomjobs.com/view_job.php?jobid=340682

* Production head - LCD

http://jobs.trovit.co.in/index.php/c...ferer_id.1/t.1
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There are other such industries like Sirius zip fasteners India ltd (with around 300 to 400 employees - One of the leading zip manufacturers in India they say) and Quantum drugs and Chemicals industry and other medium industries

Over all, its occupancy and Nilakkottai SIPCOT occupancy was good. I will post some under construction industrial sheds in Nilakkottai SIPCOT in Madurai region II thread today since they could be included here after completion on my next tour to that location.
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Thanks MK. I am aware of the SIPCOT area. However, for some reasons I thought that this is coming up between Madurai and Manamadurai.

Regarding the SIRIUS ZIPs, yes they are big. In fact, this is a group of companies in the same place. People from Madura Coats started these series of companies and they manufacture zips. You might see the name MCL in many of the ZIPs and these come from this place. I don't know if they still keep the name MCL as there is no Madura Coats Limited. They had this name even when the name for Madura Coats changes to Coats Viyella.
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Old April 4th, 2012, 08:58 PM   #163
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Some more details on the TAFE expansion:

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"2011-12-ம் ஆண்டு எங்கள் நிறுவனத்தைப் பொருத்தவரை ஒரு முக்கியமான ஆண்டாகும். எங்களுடைய டிராக்டர்களுக்கு வெளிநாடுகளில் நல்ல தேவை இருக்கிறது. பொதுவாக டிராக்டர்களுக்கு உள்நாட்டிலும் வெளிநாடுகளிலும் இருக்கும் தேவையைவிட எங்களுடைய நிறுவன டிராக்டர்களுக்கான தேவை அதிகமாகவே இருக்கும் என்று தெரிகிறது. இதை கருத்தில்கொண்டு நாங்கள் 3 அல்லது 4 முக்கிய நடவடிக்கைகளை மேற்கொள்ளத் தீர்மானித்திருக்கிறோம். முதலாவது, மதுரையில் உள்ள டிராக்டர் உற்பத்திப் பிரிவின் தயாரிப்புத் திறனைக் கூட்டுவது.

ரூ.100 கோடி முதலீட்டில் ஆண்டுக்கு 60,000 டிராக்டர்கள் தயாரிக்க இது உதவும்' என்றார் மல்லிகா.

35 ஏக்கர் பரப்பில்: இப்போதுள்ள டிராக்டர் உற்பத்திப் பிரிவுக்கு வெகு அருகிலேயே 35 ஏக்கர் பரப்பில் புதிய உற்பத்திப் பிரிவும் அமைகிறது என்றார் டாஃபே மோட்டார்ஸ், டிராக்டர்ஸ் லிமிடெட் நிறுவனத்தின் தலைவர் ஆர்.சி. பங்கா.

சென்னை, மதுரை, போபால் (ம.பி.) ஆகிய நகரங்களிலும் கர்நாடக மாநிலத்தின் ஒரு நகரிலும் இந்த நிறுவனம் டிராக்டர் தயாரிப்புப் பிரிவுகளை நிறுவியிருக்கிறது. இவை அனைத்தும் சேர்ந்து ஆண்டுக்கு 1.48 லட்சம் டிராக்டர்கள் தயாரிக்கும் திறன் உள்ளவை.

துருக்கி நாட்டில் இந்த நிறுவனத்துக்கு உள்ள டிராக்டர் உற்பத்திப் பிரிவு வெளிநாட்டுத் தேவைகளைப் பூர்த்தி செய்கிறது. ஐரோப்பிய நாடுகளுக்கு இங்கிருந்துதான் டிராக்டர்கள் ஏற்றுமதி செய்யப்படுகின்றன.

துருக்கி உற்பத்திப்பிரிவால் ஆண்டுக்கு 12,000 டிராக்டர்களை உற்பத்தி செய்ய முடியும். இப்போதைக்கு 4,000 டிராக்டர்கள்தான் உற்பத்தியாகின்றன. இதையே அடுத்த ஆண்டு இரட்டிப்பாக்க தீர்மானிக்கப்பட்டிருக்கிறது என்றார் பங்கா.

துருக்கி உற்பத்திப் பிரிவுக்குக் கூடுதலாக ரூ.35 கோடி முதல் ரூ.40 கோடி வரை முதலீடு தேவைப்படும் என்றார்.

டிராக்டர்களிலேயே தனிப்பிரிவாக ""அப்ளிகேஷன் டிராக்டர்கள்'' என்பதைத் தயாரிக்க சென்னை அல்லது மதுரையில் நிலம் கிடைக்குமா என்று பார்த்துவருவதாகவும் அவர் தெரிவித்தார். இந்தப் பிரிவுக்குக் கூடுதலாக ரூ.40 கோடி முதலீடு தேவைப்படும் என்றும் அவர் தெரிவித்தார்.


http://www.dinamani.com/edition/stor...43&SEO=&Title=
It is a 35 acres plant in Madurai already and they are expanding in another 35 acres and looking for land in Madurai and Chennai for another project for Rs. 40 Crores (It is actually Rs. 30 Crores according to the Hindu). Hope that too lands in Madurai since the area nearby the existing TAFE has very less people settlements.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 07:37 AM   #164
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A 15 MW themal power station that is going to be fired by bagasse (Sugar cane waste) is getting ready in Alanganallur co operative sugar mills
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Old May 1st, 2012, 09:20 AM   #165
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Industries bus clicking in Madurai

I clicked these pics whenever I caught sight of these.

Aruna Alloys:





Hi Tech Arai Limited:





Sundaram Fasteners Limited:



The TVS group of companies and many spinning mills in Madurai region operate good number of buses. Let me try to capture them in the coming days.
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Old May 1st, 2012, 08:07 PM   #166
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MK,
Its very nice to see some buses related to the industries in our area. Hoping to see some large scale industries around Madurai soon.
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Security sought for women employees in Kappalur industrial estate

The Madurai District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (MADITSSIA) has appealed to the Madurai district Superintendent of Police Asra Garg to provide security to women employees working in the women's industrial estate in Kappalur.

In a letter, MADITSSIA President V. S. Manimaran said that the women's industrial estate was started with the help of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in her earlier tenure through the Small Industrial Development Corporation (SIDCO) and employed over 500 women.

However, due to the presence of a TASMAC bar near the estate, the women workers were being harassed by unruly elements day and night.

Further, anti-social elements were gathering in unused buildings inside the industrial estate and were creating trouble for the employers and workers.

At a time of intense labour shortage, particularly in the skilled workers category, the available women workers are threatening to quit in face of this menace.

Mr. Manimaran said, “While 20 companies are presentaly operating, 20 more are in the process of setting up shop. In two year's time, the industrial estate's entire capacity of 65 units would be filled employing more than 2,000 women. For this to materialise, security was a must.”

The complaints given earlier resulted only in patrols for a short duration, after which the problem rose once again. Hence, the trade body urged Mr. Garg to provide for continuous patrolling of the estate premises and provide adequate security to women workers and called for relocating the TASMAC Bar.

Mr. Manimaran noted that along with Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation, District Industries Centre and SIDCO, MADITSSIA was also among the Selection Committee that short-listed the applicants for the women's industrial estate.


http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/...cle3417344.ece

Good to know that SIDCO for Women Industrial Park is going toward great occupancy
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Quality knitwears - Vilathoor - Sivagangai Highway

I saw the Quality knitwear industry's staff bus today nearby Teppakulam carrying staffs to their plant. And found their website. They have two plants in Madurai. One in Vilathur in Sivagangai highway and another in Keerathurai.

Below is the information from their website.

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Company Profile

Established in 1992, Quality Knit Wears Private Limited is a leading manufacturer and exporter of a wide range of high quality knitted garments situated in Madurai, 170 kms south east of Tirupur, knitwear hub of India.

The company entered the new millennium, carrying with it a reputation as the quality supplier of best knitwear and related products.

The product line of Quality Knit Wears Private Limited ranges from Under garments, Shorts, T-Shirts, Night wear, Casual wear and other value added garments, as per specification of the customers.


The company has manufacturing facility at Madurai and Tirupur. Moreover a new factory with state of the art of machinery in garment making and finishing is coming up at Madurai Integrated Textile Park, situated at Vadipatti nearby Madurai.




Source : http://www.goldmineinfotechs.com/qkw...s.html#profile
Good to know that they are coming up with one more facility in MITPL of Vadipatti (Expanding in Madurai).

One photograph of the Vilathur facility from their website :



Their addresses as in their website :

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Factory-1:

63, Sivagangai Main Road,
Vilathur,
Madurai-625 020
India.
Phone: 00-91-452-2429168
Fax: 00-91-452-2673532



Factory-2:

2/2, Nallamuthu Pillai Road,
Keerathurai,
Madurai- 625 001
India.
Phone: 00-91-452-2679051
Fax: 00-91-452-2673532


Source : http://www.goldmineinfotechs.com/qkwpl/contactus.html
And finally, their location from Google maps :

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Hello, I'm new to this forum. I'd like to know if there is a thread dedicated to real estate progress in Madurai.

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Hi, we don't have a thread dedicated to Real estate projects in Madurai but I am planning to create one in Madurai exclusive forum (www.allaboutmadurai.com) since many are not comfortable with new threads creation in skyscrapercity. Please visit that website after a week.
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Wanted to share this, see the bold lines below in the last:

Desired Candidate Profile

Education:

(UG - Diploma - Other Specialization) OR (PG - PG Diploma - Other)

Knowledge of mould repairs and Maintenance

Exposure to moulding & metal components

Assemble & Disassemble of all types of molds.

Should be good at Planning & Preventive Maintenance & Moulds.

Should be good at new mould trails, process optimization & trouble shooting

QS & TS documentation work

Knowledge of developed new models and Reduction of Rejections,

Should be expert in Moulds, tools and dies making



Qualification :- Diploma in Plastic Mould Engineering & Technology from CIPET or equivalent to that

http://jobsearch.naukri.com/job-list...s-210611000935

One of my friends is about to join Unity appliances and heard that they are going to hire Engineering graduates in another six months (These days they hired MBA-HR, Diploma guys, now they are about to go for graduates it seems). Big thanks to Videocon and those who had put efforts to land the 2500 Crores worth manufacturing plant complex here. Looks like they are hiring a very small number of CIPET output also.

When I was to Manamadurai last time, I was able to see Realestate guys putting up flex boards with words like very much nearby the Videocon Solar Power Farms, etc. and able to see Videocon container lorries roaming here and there in National Highways. Good to see a very large industry after quite a while in Madurai region.
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[QUOTE and there in National Highways. Good to see a very large industry after quite a while in Madurai region.[/QUOTE]


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Crosspost from AAM (Original post by Rajkumar.TKPT) :

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Videocon's Rs 1500 crore manufacturing plant to commence production in 3-4 months

CHENNAI: Home appliances manufacturer Videocon Industries' Rs 1500 crore manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu would begin production in next three to four months, according to a top company official.

The company, in 2010, inked a MoU with the Tamil Nadu Government for setting up the plant at an investment of Rs 1500 crore.

The plant is coming up in Manamadurai in SIPCOT Industrial Park in Near Madurai to manufacture LCD Plasma TV sets and other electronic goods and spares.

"Tamil Nadu project has been delayed. We have already invested huge amount (Rs 700 crore) so far at the plant. The project is very much on... We will be manufacturing television sets to begin with..It will start (production) in three to four months time...", Videocon Industries, Managing Director, Rajkumar Dhoot, told reporters here.

Besides, manufacturing of the television sets, Dhoot also the President of industry body ASSOCHAM, said the plant was also feasible for manufacturing other electronic products. Currently, Videocon Industries have a plant at Bharuch (in Gujarat) to manufacture coloured glass.

"We have the only plant in Bharuch, to manufacture coloured glass. We want to export them to Indonesia, Malaysia where the demand is there...", he said.

He said they had shifted their Hosur plant ooperations to Manamadurai inorder to use latest technology for manufacturing plasma televisions.

The company had planned to recruit about 700 people once the plant becomes operational, he said.

Stating that there has been demand for colour television sets, he said, "the demand is there. we are supplying every where. We just imported (Cathode Ray) tubes from our own company in China and now within four months time, we will have enough supply for colour television sets".


http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/14672478.cms
Biggie to Madurai after so long! Welcome to Madurai, Videocon.

With the four laning to Rameswaram via Manamadurai to begin, logistics should not be a problem.
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Very good news in the last few decades on madurai industrialization
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Nice to see this Happening , its great because next to chennai one of the Major Electronic player setup a Plant in Madurai and not in any other city.
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State plans 100 industrial clusters with common facilities centre in 12th Plan

During the 12{+t}{+h}Plan Period, Tamil Nadu will set up 100 industrial clusters with common facilities centre (CFC) to enhance productivity, competitiveness and capacity building of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), said Rural Industries Minister M.C. Sampath on Thursday.

Delivering the inaugural address at a seminar on ‘Traditional industries of Tamil Nadu’, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries, Mr. Sampath said that during the 11{+t}{+h}Plan Period, 50 projects were identified by the State government of which seven had been completed and eight were under various stages of implementation. The Centre had sanctioned a grant of Rs. 39.89 crore and the State, Rs. 5 crore.

For the current year, 20 clusters would be taken up for implementation costing Rs. 136.07 crore.

The Centre would provide a grant of Rs. 97.30 crore and Tamil Nadu’ share was Rs. 10.48 crore.

The Minister said that as traditional industries provided employment opportunities to several lakh of people it was the duty of the State to protect the sector. Last year alone, the government provided subsidy of Rs. 66.50 crore to 3,824 MSMEs.

Mega clusters

According to the officials, out of the 100 industrial clusters, the State government had identified and validated 18. Proposals for six mega clusters along with CFCs had been sent to the Centre for approval. It would cost roughly between Rs. 9 crore to Rs. 14 crore per cluster.

It was proposed to set up electronic cluster in Coimbatore, gold jewellery (Madurai), coir (Bhavani), gate and grill (Tirumullaivoyal), women’s ready-made garment (Thalavaipuram), lorry bodybuilding (Namakkal) and sago (Salem).

Principal Secretary Handlooms, Handicrafts, Textiles and Khadi Department, G. Santhanam, said that the State government had kept the free dhoti, saris and uniform schemes going to help the unorganised sector that provided employment to weavers. It provided training to 1,000 village artisans last year.

Mr. Santhanam said to increase the turnover of handicraft products Poompuhar would start selling its products through e-commerce. It had been decided to double the sales volume of Co-optex.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle3633791.ece

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During the 12{+t}{+h}Plan Period, Tamil Nadu will set up 100 industrial clusters with common facilities centre (CFC) to enhance productivity, competitiveness and capacity building of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), said Rural Industries Minister M.C. Sampath on Thursday.

Delivering the inaugural address at a seminar on ‘Traditional industries of Tamil Nadu’, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries, Mr. Sampath said that during the 11{+t}{+h}Plan Period, 50 projects were identified by the State government of which seven had been completed and eight were under various stages of implementation. The Centre had sanctioned a grant of Rs. 39.89 crore and the State, Rs. 5 crore.

For the current year, 20 clusters would be taken up for implementation costing Rs. 136.07 crore.

The Centre would provide a grant of Rs. 97.30 crore and Tamil Nadu’ share was Rs. 10.48 crore.

The Minister said that as traditional industries provided employment opportunities to several lakh of people it was the duty of the State to protect the sector. Last year alone, the government provided subsidy of Rs. 66.50 crore to 3,824 MSMEs.

Mega clusters

According to the officials, out of the 100 industrial clusters, the State government had identified and validated 18. Proposals for six mega clusters along with CFCs had been sent to the Centre for approval. It would cost roughly between Rs. 9 crore to Rs. 14 crore per cluster.

It was proposed to set up electronic cluster in Coimbatore, gold jewellery (Madurai), coir (Bhavani), gate and grill (Tirumullaivoyal), women’s ready-made garment (Thalavaipuram), lorry bodybuilding (Namakkal) and sago (Salem).

Principal Secretary Handlooms, Handicrafts, Textiles and Khadi Department, G. Santhanam, said that the State government had kept the free dhoti, saris and uniform schemes going to help the unorganised sector that provided employment to weavers. It provided training to 1,000 village artisans last year.

Mr. Santhanam said to increase the turnover of handicraft products Poompuhar would start selling its products through e-commerce. It had been decided to double the sales volume of Co-optex.


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Gold jewellery is not so big as compared to Textiles,Electronics,Truck building,when it comes to growth..They should give more attractive ,profit-making and responsible cluster..Some form of Industrial cluster is better (like tyre,chemicals,or probably home electronics like the way Videocon came to madurai)..but lets hope for the best along with some GOLD
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ITPO fairs help small units tap export markets: official

Trade fairs being organised by India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) helped micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) reach out to export markets such as Japan, Latin America, Africa, West Asia and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries, said its Chairperson and Managing Director Rita Menon here on Thursday.



These fairs, generally specialised ones that concentrate on a particular sector, provided a platform for suppliers and consumers to meet, she said while addressing the ‘Mupperum Vizha’ of Madurai District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (MADITSSIA). The trade body’s 38th anniversary was celebrated. Besides, three awards — Visvesvaraya Award-2011 for best small scale industry in southern districts; Women Entrepreneur Award- 2011 given in association with Sakthi Masala; and the Service Industry Award 2011 given jointly with the TVS groups — were presented. An MoU was signed with ITPO.



Ms. Menon said that the ITPO conducted fairs at several locations including New Delhi and Chennai, on various sectors such as hardware, food, printing, textiles and pharmaceuticals. The exhibition industry was growing in India at a pace even higher than in China.



While conceding that the Indian economy was under pressure because of various developments in many areas, she said that the economy could still rebound.


Speaking earlier, Neeraj Kumar Gupta, Executive Director of ITPO, said that while big companies had easy access to expos held domestically and aboard, small units needed assistance to take part in them and gain exposure. The ITPO conducted around a dozen expos domestically and more than 30 business fairs abroad.



“Potential untapped”
Collector Anshul Mishra said that less than 40 per cent of Madurai’s potential had been realised so far and expressed hope that recent developments would ensure the untapped potential got realised.
V.S. Manimaran, MADITSSIA president; K.S. Serma Pandiyan, secretary; KR. Gnanasambandan, vice-president, Tamil Nadu Small and Tiny Industries Association (TANSTIA); and N.R. Subramaniaraja, past chairman of All India Manufacturers’ Organisation (AIMO), spoke.



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