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Hyderabad Large & Small scale Manufacturing Industries updates

This Thread Will Keep updates of Industries & manufacturing companies In and Around Hyderabad.

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Hinduja to invest Rs 170 cr in greenfield unit


Hinduja Foundries Ltd, part of the Hinduja group, is planning a greenfield facility in Hyderabad at an investment of around Rs 170 crore, besides investing around Rs 50 crore in balance of plant and optimisation at its Sriperumbudur plant. The company has said it would look at right time for market to raise money for expansion.

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V Sankar, chief financial officer, Hindjua Foundries Ltd, told Business Standard that the company was planning to set up a greenfield facility at Toopran on the Hyderbad-Nagpur highway. The new facility will come up in 60 acre of land with a capacity of around 48,000 tonnes. “At the current industry trend, the investment could be around Rs 160-170 crore,” he said.
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Engineers India Ltd (EIL) eyes key role in city gas

Hyderabad: Engineers India Ltd (EIL), the public sector engineering and consultancy services company, is working on a plan to play a key role in the city gas distribution sector.

“We would look at buying 25% of a city gas joint venture. Funding is not a problem. We have about Rs 1,000 crore in the form of reserves and we will make use of these funds for the proposed equity investments,” R K Grover, EIL’s director - projects, said.

He said EIL has already initiated talks with some of the players in the city gas business. Public sector gas firm GAIL and the Adani group are believed to be the potential partners EIL is keen on forging ties with.

“We are in talks with GAIL, Adani Group and a few others for a joint venture,” Grover said.


However, GAIL is expected to get more number of cities in its fold, particularly the metros.

EIL is also considering joining hands with others to operationalise the now defunct Ramagundam coal-based fertiliser plant in Andhra Pradesh using gas.
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ICSA sets up Smart Meters manufacturing facility in Andhra Pradesh

• The 5 acres plant is located at Pashmailaram, Patancheru, Medak in Andhra Pradesh
• The facility is expected to produce 1, 50,000 Smart Energy Meters (SEM) per month
• The company has invested approximately Rs 26 crores for its set up


– Hyderabad, July 24, 2010: ICSA (India) Ltd, (BSE: 531524), provider of embedded technology solutions and infrastructure deployment services for the power sector, today launched its Smart Energy Meter (SEM) manufacturing facility at Pashmailaram, Patancheru, Medak in Andhra Pradesh. The plant was inaugurated by Mr. Kapil Mohan, IAS, Director (APDRP, RE & NEF) Ministry of Power, Government of India.
The five acre, first Smart Energy Meter manufacturing plant in Andhra Pradesh is expected to manufacture 1, 50,000 meters. This manufacturing facility is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certified premises. The company has invested approximately Rs 26 crores for its set up.
ICSA entered into SEM business in India in 2010 and this manufacturing facility will enable it to exclusively manufacture the meters to be supplied to its distribution utilities. The SEM business is a part of the embedded technology business and helps in accelerating the company’s revenue growth.
The Smart Energy Meter is a combination of an energy meter and a communication device which is the next generation in energy metering and forms the backbone for Smartgrids in the country.
Commenting on the development, Mr. G. Bala Reddy, Managing Director, ICSA (India) Ltd said “The total meter installation in India is 142 million while the replacement market potential is estimated to be 100 million meters. The SEM market in India is still in its nascent stage and therefore, devoid of any tough competition. With the new manufacturing facility in Andhra Pradesh, we are definite to establish ourselves as a prominent player in this sector. ICSA is committed to innovate and provide products and services as per the increasing demands of industry to the best of its ability.”
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LG to make India R&D centre for global markets: Moon B Shin, MD, LG India
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NEW DELHI: Consumer electronics major LG plans to make India its key R&D centre for the global markets. The South Korean major will not only introduce a new product platform in 2012, but also increase its manufacturing competitiveness from India. LG India managing director Moon B Shin talks about how Indian manufacturing facilities would become the export hub for LG, servicing the South East Asian, Middle East and African markets.

Will this put pressure on your manufacturing units?

For manufacturing, the option is to put more lines at our second factory in Pune. But from the logistics view, delivery will take a longer time. We’re looking at Hyderabad or Chennai for our third location. As market grows, manufacturing cost will improve and export market will see Indian-made product fighting with Chinese-made products.
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PEBS Pennar announces expansion of its facility

India Infoline News Service / 14:12 , Aug 05, 2010

The PEBS Pennar facility was commissioned in February, 2010 in Medak district near Hyderabad for manufacturing world class 'green' pre-engineered buildings.

PEBS Pennar, the subsidiary of Pennar Industries Limited, India's leading engineered metal products company, announced an expansion of its facility from 30,000 MTP to 50,000. The work on the second been line has begun.

The PEBS Pennar facility was commissioned in February, 2010 in Medak district near Hyderabad for manufacturing world class 'green' pre-engineered buildings. In a short span of six moths the company today boasts an order book of Rs. 1.7bn.

Speaking on the occasion Nrupender Rao, Chairman Pennar Industries, said, “The industry has accepted the concept of Pre-engineered buildings and with a boon in the infrastructure industry and warehousing we see the pre engineered building sector grow to a Rs. 5000 crore industry. We at PEBS Pennar are creating the manufacturing, design, erection, and marketing infrastructure to meet the demand.”

PEBS Pennar has been set up by Pennar Industries to diversify into the design, manufacture, supply and erection of pre-engineered steel buildings for use in setting up industrial facilities, warehouses, commercial centres, multi-storied buildings, aircraft hangars and sports complexes. The new PEBS Pennar facility is being set up in two phases at a total estimated cost of Rs 105 crore to produce 50,000 tonnes per annum.

PEBS Pennar sources technical know-how from NCI Group, with sales of over USD one billion, and is one of the largest integrated providers of engineered building systems in the world.

PEBS Pennar is a member of the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) and provides energy efficient green buildings, which qualify for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) points under the sustainable sites, materials & resources, energy & atmosphere and innovation & design categories.

Pennar Industries is the market leader in India for engineered metal products for customer sectors like railways, road construction, automotive, etc.
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PEBS Pennar announces expansion of its facility

India Infoline News Service / 14:12 , Aug 05, 2010

The PEBS Pennar facility was commissioned in February, 2010 in Medak district near Hyderabad for manufacturing world class 'green' pre-engineered buildings.

PEBS Pennar, the subsidiary of Pennar Industries Limited, India's leading engineered metal products company, announced an expansion of its facility from 30,000 MTP to 50,000. The work on the second been line has begun.

The PEBS Pennar facility was commissioned in February, 2010 in Medak district near Hyderabad for manufacturing world class 'green' pre-engineered buildings. In a short span of six moths the company today boasts an order book of Rs. 1.7bn.

Speaking on the occasion Nrupender Rao, Chairman Pennar Industries, said, “The industry has accepted the concept of Pre-engineered buildings and with a boon in the infrastructure industry and warehousing we see the pre engineered building sector grow to a Rs. 5000 crore industry. We at PEBS Pennar are creating the manufacturing, design, erection, and marketing infrastructure to meet the demand.”

PEBS Pennar has been set up by Pennar Industries to diversify into the design, manufacture, supply and erection of pre-engineered steel buildings for use in setting up industrial facilities, warehouses, commercial centres, multi-storied buildings, aircraft hangars and sports complexes. The new PEBS Pennar facility is being set up in two phases at a total estimated cost of Rs 105 crore to produce 50,000 tonnes per annum.

PEBS Pennar sources technical know-how from NCI Group, with sales of over USD one billion, and is one of the largest integrated providers of engineered building systems in the world.

PEBS Pennar is a member of the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) and provides energy efficient green buildings, which qualify for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) points under the sustainable sites, materials & resources, energy & atmosphere and innovation & design categories.

Pennar Industries is the market leader in India for engineered metal products for customer sectors like railways, road construction, automotive, etc.
OH!! pennar industries is still alive.After closure of pennar finance.Pennar steels,Pennar aluminium putting the shareholders to pecuniary looses it has taken another avatar.
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Vaishnavi Gold to invest Rs 150 cr in expansion

Hyderabad, Aug. 31

Vaishnavi Gold is planning to invest Rs 150 crore to expand its operations in Hyderabad.

The investment would go into setting up of a retail store, mall and manufacturing facility in next six months, Mr M. Prakash, Chairman and Managing Director, Vaishnavi Gold, told newspersons here on Tuesday at a press conference to announce opening of a 4,500-sft store at Kukatpally.

“Our store at Kukatpally will be formally opened tomorrow.

“We will offer traditional and contemporary jewellery including diamond jewellery of international standard,'' he said.

A similar mall would also be set up in Dilsukhnagar here which would be operational in the next four months.

In addition, Vaishnavi is also planning to set up a five-story mall in 10,000 sq ft at Somajiguda.

Apart from the proposed mall and retail outlet, a manufacturing facility is also coming up at Secunderabad.

“The manufacturing facility will involve Rs 30 crore working capital and Rs 4 crore fixed asset investment,'' he added.


The Hyderabad-based Vaishnavi had done a business of Rs 120 crore during the last financial year.
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Atlas Copco to invest Rs 100 cr in 2 yrs on capacity expansion


NEW DELHI: Construction equipment maker Atlas Copco on Friday said it plans to invest Rs 100 crore in the next two years on enhancing the production capacity of its existing plants.

"We will invest around Rs 100 crore in the next two years on increasing capacities of our existing plants. Most of the fund will go in the process of acquiring land," Atlas Copco India Managing Director Filip Vandenberghe told reporters.

The Stockholm-based company, which is engaged in the making of compressors, mining equipment and other industrial products, currently has three facilities in Pune, Nashik and Hyderabad.

The firm is particularly looking at expanding the capacity of its Pune plant, which makes compressors, he said, adding the company is in the process of acquiring land there.

"We are actually extending our capacity in Hyderabad. Our strategy is to extend our capacity in relation to the development activities taking place in the country," Atlas Copco Group President and Chief Executive Officer Ronnie Leten said.


Besides, the company, which employs around 1,700 people, said it is looking at increasing its work force by another 10 per cent this year as part of its capacity expansion.
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Berco India's unit opened

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HYDERABAD: Berco Undercarriages (India) Pvt. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of undercarriages systems and components for earthmoving machinery, has opened its India centre at Cherlapally on the city outskirts.

Berco, part of Italy-headquartered Thyssenkrupp Group, has opened its facility on an eight-acre plot comprising 8,000 sq.m built-up area including office space of 1,200 sq.m. The new unit, according to Berco India managing director Federico Maurilli, was a perfect combination of European and Indian technology.
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Transformer assembling unit

B.S. Transcomm Limited, the Hyderabad-based company that went for initial public offering which closes on October 8, has plans to set up a transformer assembling unit here later this year in association with a Chinese company.

This was stated by company CMD Rajesh Agrawal here on Thursday as part of their road-show on the IPO aimed at diluting 35 p.c. of the company's stake. – Staff Reporter
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Suryalata Spinning Mills plans capacity expansion

SLSML is in the expansion mode - Increase in the capacity of its blended yarn spinning - Plan to set up a 10 MW Thermal Power plant

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,Hyderabad based and listed on the BSE, Suryalata Spinning Mills Limited (SLSML) is increasing the capacity of its blended yarn spinning to 200,000 spindles in the next couple of years.

As a first step, the company is launching a new Bay of manufacturing line with 35000 spindles at Urukondapet, near Hyderabad at an average estimated cost of Rs.25000/per spindle.

The company is also setting up a 10 MW Thermal (Coal based) Power plant for captive consumption at an estimated cost of about Rs. 45 crores which would kick in cost efficiencies and improved margins.

SLSML has been continuously expanding its manufacturing capacities by adding 42888 spindles during past five years through internal accruals, promoters funding and loans from financial institutions .

Commenting on the expansion plans, the Joint Managing Director of the company, Mr M.K.Agarwal said "In India, present yarn consumption pattern is 60% cotton and 40% synthetic and in the world it is vice versa i.e 40% cotton and 60% synthetic. Consumption of synthetic yarn is increasing in India and expecting in line to world consumption pattern in the years to come. It provides growth opportunities to synthetic industry and we are focusing only on spinning of synthetic blended yarns.

The company also plans to achieve the expansion plan partly by way of infusion of equity capital, internal accruals, raising of funds thru Investors and partly by way of debt".
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Cadbury to make Tang in India

The integration process of Cadbury and Kraft in synergising distribution channels is on

NEW DELHI: Cadbury India on Thursday said it would start manufacturing of parent Kraft Foods' orange drink Tang, while it would also embark on a capacity expansion for its confectionery products.

“We will start local manufacturing of Tang in India. We are rejuvenating it and we will start producing it within this fiscal,” Cadbury India Managing Director Anand Kripalu told reporters here on the sidelines of an event.

He said Tang, which had been imported from Thailand to serve the Indian market so far, would be produced at the Kraft's Hyderabad plant.


“It is a legacy plant of Kraft in Hyderabad, which has not been utilised. We will start manufacturing there,” he said.

Cadbury India came under the Kraft Foods fold after the U.S.-based firm acquired British candy maker Cadbury for $19.6 billion in January.

Asked if Cadbury India would be selling more products from the Kraft portfolio, Mr. Kripalu said: “As of now we are still focussing on our core confectionery business.”

He, however, said the integration process was still going on in terms of synergising distribution channels of Cadbury and Kraft in India.

Commenting on the overall plans of Cadbury India, he said: “Capacity is a challenge for us, as we look to drive up volumes. We need to expand it and we will be doing it significantly.”
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Carlsberg opens fifth brewery in India

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Carlsberg India Pvt Ltd has opened up its fifth brewery in the country in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The state-of-art brewery in Medak, 50 km from Hyderabad, has the potential to become Carlsberg’s largest brewery in the country, making Carlsberg India, one of the most formidable players in the market. Carlsberg India already has four operational breweries in Paonta Sahib, Himachal Pradesh; West Bengal, Kolkata; Aurangabad, Maharashtra and Alwar in Rajasthan.

This introductory venture into South India reaffirms Carlsberg’s commitment to India and will be the export centre for the entire southern market along with the markets in the state of Orissa and Chattisgarh. Carlsberg India has invested Rs 128 crores in this Greenfield project. The brewery has been installed with a start-up capacity of 425,000 HL and will create employment for more than 200 people. To further leverage its commitment to India, Carlsberg has procured key utilities such as boiler, waste water treatment plan, and water treatment plant from India. All brands of Carlsberg India’s portfolio vis-à-vis Carlsberg, Tuborg Green, Tuborg Strong and Palone will be brewed in this facility.

Inaugurating the new brewery Soren Lauridsen, managing director, Carlsberg India said, “The opening of the Hyderabad brewery reaffirms Carlsberg’s robust expansion plans for India. The vision of Carlsberg in India is to become a leading player in the market, by offering premium international quality brands to the Indian consumers. We brew a greater future, for our consumers and customers, our communities, our people and Andhra Pradesh.”

The brewery is spread over 36 acres of land of which more than 20 acres has been demarcated as a green area. In line with its global principles of social responsibility, Carlsberg India has installed a treated effluent re-use plant in addition to the waste water treatment plant.

Roy Bagattini, Senior Vice President & Chairman, Carlsberg India who was present at the formal opening ceremony of the brewery highlighted the company’s aim to build a growth platform for businesses all across Asia and revealed the importance of India as an important long term market for Carlsberg.

With this fifth brewery, Carlsberg India has further strengthened its foothold in the Indian beer market. In regards to its commitment to offer the best to its consumers, Carlsberg promises to bring out “probably the best brew” from its Andhra Pradesh brewery in keeping with its global standards.
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ATL mulls Rs 45-cr plant for Missile Communication Devices

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Aishwarya Telecom Limited (ATL), a Hyderabad-based company engaged in the manufacture of telecom and fibre optic products and cable fault locators, is betting big on the Indian defence sector. Towards this, it is contemplating setting up a new facility in Hyderabad for production of missile communication equipment, entailing an investment of Rs 45 crore.

“We have been empanelled by the defence organisations and labs to manufacture missile communication equipment. As per the mandate given by the defence organisations, we should set up a manufacturing plant in the next six months. We have already identified land, and the plant will come up either at a special economic zone (SEZ) near the Shamshabad airport or the Fab City,” GR Manohar Reddy, managing director of Aishwarya Telecom, told Business Standard.

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Fapcci seeks support for micro, small units


Hyderabad, Dec.6

The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Fapcci) has sought the Andhra Pradesh Government and Chief Minister, Mr N.Kiran Kuma Reddy's support to improve the industrial climate, urging them to lay special thrust on micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

A delegation comprising the Fapcci President, Mr Shekhar Agarwal, past president, Mr Om Prakash Tibrewala, and others met the Chief Minister on behalf of the Federation on Monday.

The discussion centred around the present industrial scenario in the State with special emphasis on problems faced by the MSMEs.

The delegation maintained that if the Government extends support to MSEMEs, industry and trade will prosper and pave way for economic development and thereby provide increased employment opportunities.

Follow-up suggested

According to Fapcci, the Chief Minister assured the delegation of Government support and suggested a follow-up meeting with the Federation and industry representatives.

The State's economy being predominantly agrarian in nature, the Federation mentioned that there is scope for development of agri-based industries.

It expressed the need to focus on establishing three-four small units in each mandal, which will encourage local farm producers to work with these industries.

According to the Federation, in spite of favourable conditions, the progress on industrial front of late is not encouraging.

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They felt that the infrastructure available is not conducive for the development of industries.

They also maintained that the flow of financial assistance to SMEs is inadequate. For the industrial users, power supply has been a major cause for concern last year.

They wanted the Government to ensure 24x7 power supply.

The Federation also cited the single-window clearance system aimed at accelerating industrial development. But in practice there are stumbling blocks in the functioning of the clearance system.
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Micromax plans to set up two units near Hyderabad

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Micromax, a domestic mobile handset major, plans to set up a manufacturing unit near here, a senior Andhra Pradesh Government official said today.
The mobile major also plans to simultaneously set up a solar cells manufacturing unit near the state capital, State Industries Commissioner R Karikal Valavan said here.

"They (the company) came to us for land. We offered 30 acres for solar cells manufacturing unit in Fabcity near the international airport. We have also shown them land fro mobile phone manufacturing unit in Electronic SEZ," he told PTI.

Valavan said the company officials are likely to come out with a detailed project report on mobile manufacturing units by the end of this month.
"The company officials have visited both places and expressed satisfaction. For the solar cell project, they wanted 30 to 35 acres and for mobile manufacturing unit they are yet to make a request. The investment for solar unit will be more than Rs 1,500 crore," Valavan said.

According to reports, Micromax currently has been selling 1 million units per month through its retailer network and plans to double this figure in the next six months.
At present, the company imports handsets from Taiwan, South Korea and China. The company produces fixed wireless telephone equipment from its plant in Baddi, Himachal Pradesh.
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Sai Advantium plans to set up two formulation manufacturing facilities in AP

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Friday, February 04, 2011

Sai Advantium, Hyderabad-based one of the leading players in the Contract Research And Manufacturing Services (CRAMS) segment, is planning to set up two formulation manufacturing facilities in Andhra Pradesh.


The planned-facilities are likely to come up in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. However, the company is yet to finalise locations for the same. Besides, the company has not yet finalised investments for the same. It is learnt that the Vizag facility will be exclusively for formulations. The company, which is currently doing formulation development for its various customers, is planning to get into formulation manufacturing in a big way with the opening of these two planned-facilities.

Speaking to Pharmabiz, Krishna Kanumuri, chief operating officer of Sai Advantium, said, “We want to provide integrated services to the customers under one roof. Currently we are doing research, biological and animal studies, formulation development and manufacturing.”

The company’s main focus, with five facilities of various nature is on regulated markets such as the US, the UK and Japan. The company said that it is more focused on high values and most of its customers are innovator companies from these regulated markets.

According to the company, it recovered quickly from the economic slowdown thanks to the good relation it maintained with customers and is registering 30 per cent annual growth for the last two years. It is expecting to register a growth rate of 30 per cent to 50 per cent in the next three years.

The company’s Research and Development (R&D) centre, which is coming up in the IKP Knowledge Park at Genome Valley in Hyderabad, will be completed by June this year. Currently the company is having manpower strength of 900 people and out of it 750 are scientists. It is planning to increase it to 1100 in a year’s time.

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Foundation laid for aerospace units

15 Feb 2011 04:23:34 AM IST

HYDERABAD: The Aerospace and Precision Engineering SEZ at Adibatla on the outskirts of the city is expected to create employment for over 10,000 people, according to chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy.

Laying the foundation stone for three facilities being set up by the Tata group in a joint venture with global aircraft and defence majors here today, Reddy said, “Hyderabad is the best destination for investments in the aerospace and defence sectors. The state has three international airports offering better connectivity.


Besides, there are numerous infrastructure-related advantages and availability of manpower.”

He said the government was developing Chittoor and Anantapur, adjoining Chennai and Bangalore respectively, as industrial hubs.

“We have a long sea coast and are working on strategies to increase trade from the seaports in the state.”

Stating that Andhra Pradesh was the only state having an Aerospace SEZ in the country, minister for major industries, commerce and export promotion J Geeta Reddy said the facility was likely to directly employ over 3,000 in the next few years.

“There are over 150 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the city that are into various critical aerospace and defence-related component manufacturing.

Tata’s tie-up with three global firms today will boost production in the aerospace SEZ here,” she said.

Meanwhile, Tata Advanced Systems Ltd (TASL), part of the Tata group, said that it would invest about `550 crore to set up three facilities to manufacture aircraft structures, defence equipment and components for helicopters.


The three projects _ Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructure, a joint venture between Tata Advanced Systems and Lockheed Martin; Tata Aerospace Systems, a JV between Tata Advanced Systems and Sikorsky Aircraft; and Nova Integrated Systems, a Tata enterprise _ will become fully operational in three years.

S Ramadorai, chairman of TASL, said these projects would place Hyderabad on the global aerospace map and help it evolve into a global aerospace and defence hub.
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