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Old February 13th, 2011, 07:22 PM   #41
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Old February 14th, 2011, 06:40 AM   #42
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Karnataka gets Rs 4.3 billion investments in aerospace sector
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BANGALORE: Nine Indian firms, including IT bellwether Wipro and automotive major Mahindra and Mahindra have submitted investment proposals worth Rs 4.3 billion ($94.2 million)to the Karnataka government to set up manufacturing units in the aerospace-cum-aviation sector, a senior official said Sunday.

"The proposals have potential to generate about 2,000 direct skilled jobs and about 4,000 indirect jobs in Bangalore urban and rural districts and in the adjacent Kolar district, as the companies intend to set up production facilities for aerospace parts, actuators, components, aero structure and assemblies," state industry department joint director T.K. Swaroopa told IANS.

Among them, Mahindra Aerospace Ltd has committed to invest Rs 2.84 billion to set up a manufacturing unit for aerospace components and aero structures and assemblies at Narasapura industrial area in Kolar district, about 100 km from here.

Similarly, Wipro plans to set up an aerospace special economic zone (SEZ) with Rs 530 million investment in the proposed Aerospace Park at Devanahalli, about 40 km from the city.

"The companies made the investment proposals at the five-day AeroIndia (2011 military-cum-civil aviation trade expo) since Feb 9 where the state government participated to showcase its offerings to woo global majors to invest in the Aerospace Park," Swaroopa said.

With a 252-acre dedicated SEZ, the 984-acre Aerospace Park will be in the vicinity of the Bangalore International Airport and in the IT investment region where a hardware park and software park have been planned.

Three global aerospace majors - Rolls Royce from Britain, Honeywell from the US and Dassault Aviation from France - met top officials during the five-day biennial air show to discuss their investment plans to set up or expand their India operations.

"Belgian and German aerospace delegations have also met us to explore investment opportunities in the sector," Swaroopa added.
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Old February 15th, 2011, 04:09 PM   #43
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Dynamatic® Conducts Ground Breaking Ceremony of Dynamatic Aerotropolis Devenahalli

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Dynamatic Technologies Limited has conducted the Ground Breaking Ceremony at its 35 acres site located in Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board’s Aerospace Park near the International Airport in Bangalore.

The Ground Breaking Ceremony was performed on February11, 2011, in the presence of Mr. S.V. Ranganath, Chief Secretary to the Government of Karnataka, Mr. Klaus Richter, Executive Vice President & Head of EADS/Airbus Procurement, Mr. V.P Baligar, Principal Secretary, Industries Department, Government of Karnataka and Mr. Philippe Advani, Vice President, Head of EADS/Airbus Global Sourcing Network.

The Ceremony which provides a formal start to the establishment of a state-of-the-art Aerospace Manufactur ing Facility,Dynamatic Aerotropolis Devanahalli, is an important milestone for both Dynamatic® as well as the Government of Karnataka. Recognizing Aerospace as an emerging Sunrise Industry, the Government of Karnataka through the KIADB had decided to set up an Industrial Park for Aerospace Production Activities and Dynamatic Technologies was one of the first few companies to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Government of Karnataka for the establishment of an Aerospace Facility.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. S V Ranganath, Chief Secretary to the Government of Karnataka, commented “Bangalore has led the way in India’s Aerospace Industry, being home to leading Indian Aerospace organizations like HAL, DRDO and ISRO. The Government of Karnataka is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that Bangalore retains its preeminent position as the preferred business destination during the next decade. As the Indian economy grows and globalises, we are fully supportive of pioneering private sector companies like Dynamatic Technologies that have made Karnataka their home base. Going forward the Government will expand opportunities in the Aerospace Industry to other parts of the State keeping Bangalore as the hub.”

Dynamatic’s planned Aerospace Facility at Devanahalli will facilitate the continued building of capabilities in large aero-structure assemblies, composites and complex engineering, which will enable the Company to emerge as a preferred strategic supplier to Tier Ones & Primes.

Mr. Udayant Malhoutra, CEO & Managing Director, Dynamatic Technologies, said “The Aerospace Park in Devanahalli offers us the opportunity to reiterate our commitment to investing in Bangalore, where Dynamatic® is headquartered. The unique ecosystem present in Bangalore - educational infrastructure, laboratories, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Indian Space Research Organisation – has contributed greatly to Dynamatic’s growth and success in the Aerospace business and we are highly appreciative of the proactive role played by the Government of Karnataka in nurturing this sunrise industry”

Dynamatic’s investment for this project will be approximately US$110 mn spread over a period of six years, of which 25% will be spent over the first 12 months of project implementation. Phase One of the project is slated to commence soon and will include the setting up of a Modern Sheet Metal Shop, Center of Excellence for Complex Machining and Surface Treatment Facility for large assemblies.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 07:12 AM   #44
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K'taka signs 6 MoUs, all set to begin work at aerospace park

Bangalore: Karnataka, which made its debut in the recently concluded Aero India 2011, now has something to cheer about. A number of memoranda of understanding (MoUs) have been signed between the state government and private companies, reaffirming Bangalore's stature as a major aerospace destination.

With stiff competition emerging from Hyderabad, which has, of late, been vigorously wooing aerospace companies, the state government managed to ink MoUs with six companies, Wipro, Mahindra Aerospace Private Limited, Karnataka CAC Tech Private Limited, Ashik Enterprises, Agni Aero, Adventure Academy Private Limited and Chandan Properties Private Limited.

The six companies can now start operations in the 984-acre aerospace park, to come up near the Bengaluru International Airport. These companies will be involved in the design and manufacture of aerospace actuators, components, structures, assemblies and turbine components, along with defence products, aeronautical and semi-conductor cutting tools.

Besides, three Bangalore-based companies, Silicon Hub Technology Solutions Private Limited, Electronics Manufacturing and Design Services (India) Private Limited and Southern Electronic Private Limited, have signed expressions of interest (EoIs) indicating keenness to set up projects in the aerospace sector in Karnataka.

These companies will be involved in the design of semi-conductor and embedded systems, aerospace components and providing MRO (maintenance, repair, overhauling) facilities. "The total investment expected from these projects is `422.31 crore. The activity is expected to generate direct employment for 1,840 people," commissioner in the commerce and industry department, Raj Kumar Khatri, said.

During the Aero India show held at the Air Force Station, Yelahanka, the state government participated as an exhibitor showcasing the 984-acre aerospace park, which will house an aerospace-specific Special Economic Zone (SEZ), spread over 252 acres within the park. "A number of business-to-business meetings were held between the state government and representatives from Rolls Royce, Honeywell, Dassault Aviation, GIFAS and Belgium Aerospace," Khatri said.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 07:25 AM   #45
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BJP Government is good for nothing

Andhra Government has already laid foundation stone for Aerospace SEZ in Hyd which will create 10000 jobs Yeddy only allots land to his kith and kin but not to any companies seeking land Karnataka has not seen any government initiative from 2004 First it was Dharam (good for Nothing) then it was HDK (busy sleeping in Villages )and now BSY (Busy saving his chair ) SMK was the only one who did something for Bangalore ,All this 3 illiterate CM's are good for nothing ,Neither have they improved Bangalore Infra nor doing anything to improve them .This Aero Space Park was proposed in June 2005 still it's not operational ,even Brigade Group Works Faster than Government .Some Losers are running BIAL GVK group when they have 400 acre notified SEZ what the hell are the doing they have BOT only for 30 years 2 out of 30 is already over ,Look @ GMR they are damn Aggressive.

Hyderabad scores due to:
  • Better implementation of SEZ policy
  • State government creating infrastructure specifically targeted at the aerospace and defence-focused companies
  • Land costs are generally seen to be lower than those in Karanataka, a major incentive for potential investors looking to set up manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities in the aviation sector

Bangalore loses out due to:
  • Infrastructure issues have been a serious cause for concern for existing as well as potential investors. Transportation bottleneck a big dampener
  • Karnataka’s poor record in power generation growth is not expected to improve anytime soon
  • Karnataka’s special economic zone policy yet to be implemented to its fullest degree. The proposed aerospace SEZ yet to take off
  • Andhra goes all out to woo investors
While Bangalore still ranks ahead when it comes to attracting attention from the global aerospace and defense vendors, the gap between the two cities is closing faster than anticipated , as the Andhra Pradesh government goes all out to attract investors, in what it clearly believes is a sunrise sector.

Moral of the Story
Even we should have Elected Congress Government

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Old February 18th, 2011, 01:14 PM   #46
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Andhra Government has already laid foundation stone for Aerospace SEZ in Hyd which will create 10000 jobs Yeddy only allots land to his kith and kin but not to any companies seeking land Karnataka has not seen any government initiative from 2004 First it was Dharam (good for Nothing) then it was HDK (busy sleeping in Villages )and now BSY (Busy saving his chair ) SMK was the only one who did something for Bangalore ,All this 3 illiterate CM's are good for nothing ,Neither have they improved Bangalore Infra nor doing anything to improve them .This Aero Space Park was proposed in June 2005 still it's not operational ,even Brigade Group Works Faster than Government .Some Losers are running BIAL GVK group when they have 400 acre notified SEZ what the hell are the doing they have BOT only for 30 years 2 out of 30 is already over ,Look @ GMR they are damn Aggressive.

Hyderabad scores due to:
  • Better implementation of SEZ policy
  • State government creating infrastructure specifically targeted at the aerospace and defence-focused companies
  • Land costs are generally seen to be lower than those in Karanataka, a major incentive for potential investors looking to set up manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities in the aviation sector

Bangalore loses out due to:
  • Infrastructure issues have been a serious cause for concern for existing as well as potential investors. Transportation bottleneck a big dampener
  • Karnataka’s poor record in power generation growth is not expected to improve anytime soon
  • Karnataka’s special economic zone policy yet to be implemented to its fullest degree. The proposed aerospace SEZ yet to take off
  • Andhra goes all out to woo investors
While Bangalore still ranks ahead when it comes to attracting attention from the global aerospace and defense vendors, the gap between the two cities is closing faster than anticipated , as the Andhra Pradesh government goes all out to attract investors, in what it clearly believes is a sunrise sector.

Moral of the Story
Even we should have Elected Congress Government

I'd like to tweak that moral a bit and say..we should vote for Lok Satta
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Old February 18th, 2011, 03:48 PM   #47
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And make Drum (Dharam) Singh the chief minister so that not only him but the entire Karnataka can sleep so that even J&K can overtake us in terms of development........
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