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CHAPTER - I Profile of Tamil Nadu
INTRODUCTION Tamilnadu State is situated at the South Eastern extremity of the Indian Peninsula bounded on the north by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh on the east by Bay of Bengal, on the South by the Indian Ocean and on the West by Kerala State.
LAND The State can be divided broadly into two natural divisions (a) the Coastal plains of South India and (b) the hilly western area. Parallel to the coast and
gradually rising from it is the broad strip of plain country. It can further be subdivided into coromandal plains comprising the districts of Kancheepuram, Thiruvallur, Cuddalore and Vellore. The alluvial plains of the Cauvery Delta
extending over Thanjavur and part of Tiruchirapally districts and dry southern plains in Madurai, Dindigul, Ramanathapuram, Sivaganga, Virudhnagar, Tirunelveli and Tuticorin districts. It extends a little beyond Western Ghats in Kanyakumari District. The Cauvery Delta presents some extremely distinctive physical and human features, its power being a main factor in the remarkable growth, the towns of Tamilnadu have witnessed. It is associated intimately with the life of all its broader regions. In the east the low country 500 feet below, varies from 50 to 80 miles in width. This plain extends almost upto the feet of the ghats and only minor elevation can be found here and there. For instance the Valanad hills. The Eastern Ghats enter the State from Andhra Pradesh in the north cut across the State and merge with The Nilgiris Hills on the Western Ghats. The region is bounded on South-West by the crest of the Cardamom hills and on the North-West by the slopes of the plateau. The region is in the form of a Rhombus and the longer diagonal of its stretches from the Pulicat lake in the north to Cape Comorin in the South and the shorter diagonal from the Palghat ghat in the west to point calimere in the east.
The State has an uninterrupted coastline of 922 Kms.
It includes the
coastline of Pondicherry and Karaikkal. The coastline is a lengthy boundary on the east. Not a single natural harbour capable of accommodating ocean - going vessels can be found on the coast. Madras City has an artificial harbour. While it is a major Port and Tuticorin a medium one, several smaller ports like Cuddalore, Nagapattinam and Colochel are found.
HILLS The Western Ghats averaging 3000 to 8000 feet height run along the western part with the hill group of the Nilgiris and Anaimalai on either side of it. Palani Hills, Varushanad and Andipatti ranges are the major off-shoots of the Ghat. The other prominent hill group comprises the Javadir, the Shevaroys, the Kalrayan and the Pachaimalai. These ranges continue south of the river Cauvery. A plateau is found between these hills and the Western Ghats with an average elevation of 1000 feet rising westward. The highest peak of Doddabetta in the Nilgiris is 8650 feet above sea level. The characteristic feature of the hills of Tamilnadu is that they have flatfish surface at the height. In general the summits are higher than those of
Mysore Plateau area. A detailed description of the hill ranges in the State is given below.
With an average elevation of 2000 feet, the Eastern ghats beginning in Orissa State run through all the districts lying between Ganjam and The Nilgiris plateau. No river of any great importance runs from these ranges.
WESTERN GHATS The Western Ghats are 1000 Miles in length and run southward and terminate at Cape Comorin, the southern most extremity. They are joined by the Eastern Ghat and at the point of junction, from the high plateau of The Nilgiris. Near Coimbatore district the range is interrupted by the Palghat Gap. The south of the gap is known as Anaimalais (Elephant Hill) and the east as Palanis. The river Cauvery, Vaigai and Tamiraparani originate from the
The range is in Salem District with an area of 150 Square miles. The Vanniar Stream divided the range and the western portion consists of three plateaus of which Pachaimalai (Green Hills) is the largest. Hardly any forest of importance is found in the range.
Palani Hills measuring 54 miles in length and the 15 miles in width and occupying an area of 800 Square miles is found in Dindigsul District. The hills' health resort Kodaikanal is 7200 feet above sea level. The ranges are steep in the south and slope more gradually down the plains in the north. Teak and blackwood are found in the higher level forests, while coffee is cultivated in the lower palani.
CAUVERY The river is 475 miles long and drains an area of 28. the river enters Tamilnadu. The Anaimalai peak of 8837 feet height is the highest point in South India. Paralliyar and Vattaseri Phazhayar are 37 and 23 miles respectively in length and fall in the Arabian Sea. Across the river a huge reservoir has been constructed called the Mettur Dam.. a. Coffee is grown on a considerable area on the lower ranges. The tributaries of the river Cauvery are Bhavani. It takes its origin on the Brahragiri in Coorg in the Western Ghats. The main stream viz. After travelling some distance in Karnataka State. RIVERS The Western ghats form complete water shed and no river pierces through them. The Cauvery has been so well utilised that its drainage channel. the coleroon is always dry. ANAIMALAI The range covering 80 to 100 Square miles consists of a plateau 7000 feet above sea level. Amaravathy and Noyal.4 e. All the other rivers are east flowing rivers. . Near Tiruchirapalli there is an Anaicut called “Grand Anaicut”. The Eastern Ghats are not a complete watershed and as a result the river pierce through them and notable among them is the river Cauvery. The forest contains a teak belt and elephants are found in abundance. with peaks of over 8000 feet.000 square miles.
PALAR The river palar rises in Nandhi Hills of Kolar. Ghatana. It enters Tamilnadu near Dharmapuri and rust 200 miles before joining sea near Pondicherry with a drainage area of 620 square miles. Pachaiyar and Chittar. e. It is 182 miles long and runs through Chingleput and North Arcot districts. The river has no delta on its mouth. Karnataka State. rises in the southern portion of the Western Ghats and drains an area equal to 1937 Square miles. The chief tributaries of the river are Ramanadhi. VAIGAI This is the second most important river in Tamilnadu. Its chief tributaries are Cheyyar and Ponni.5 b. The river has been dammed in Madurai close to Theni and there is also an anaicut at Anaipatti in Manamadurai . PONNIYAR This river rises very near to Nandhi Hills in Karnataka State. The valley of the river contains some of the richest lands in the State. c. THAMIRAPARANI This river which is 70 miles long. d. It originates in Varushanad hills and receives much of the drainage from the upper and lower plains. .
110. The river runs through Chennai City and joins the sea.738. The population of Tamil Nadu constitutes 6.30.268. Km.185 females.247 comprising of 531. The population.39% during the period 1981-91. has gone up by 6.839 comprisingg of 31. .6 f. g.251.Nova.893 over the last ten years. AREA It lies between 8 5' and 13 35' of northern latitude and 76 15' and 80 20' of eastern longitude with an area of 1.05% of the India’s population.078 males and 495.11 percent of the Union areas.842.015.058 square kilometres. which flows from the surplus waters of Kaveripakkam tank. VELLAR This river rises in Kalrayan hills flows in the easterly districts and joins the Sea near Port. It ranks 6th among the States/Uts. This represents an increase of 11. The density of population per Sq. Is 478 in 2001 as against 429 in 1991.277.946 in 1991. It is the 11th State in India in area forming 4.654 males and 30. SMALL RIVERS Among the small rivers worth mentioning in the context is Couralayar. which was 55.19% during the period 1991-2001 as against the growth rate of 15.027.169 females. The length of the river is 134 miles and drains an area of 266 square miles. The population of Tamil Nadu stood at 62.858. POPULATION The provisional population of India (2001 Census) is 1.
and Theni.23 41. Namakkal. Viluppuram. eight new districts were created by reorganising the territorial jurisdiction.50 15. DECENNIAL GROWTH RATE OF POPULATION (IN PERCENTAGE) YEAR 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001* * Provisional TAMILNADU 11. The population and its growth trend are important economic factors in a developing economy. Nagapattinam.30 62. As the development programme and policies depend on its growth.85 22.39 11.27 318.86 21. .33 55. Tamilnadu.80 24. Karur.31 21.7 YEAR 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001* * Provisional TOTAL POPULATION Total population in Million TAMILNADU INDIA 26.12 361. The following table gives total population and decennial growth rate.22 13.09 33.66 30.86 846.19 INDIA 14.51 24. trend in the growth of population and its constituents are analysed here. Thiruvarur.69 439.30 17.23 48. Perambalur. Chennai 600 018.66 11.20 548.02 Source: Director of Census Operations.91 14. Chennai 600 018.34 Source: Director of Census Operations.66 23. The nine districts are – Thiruvallur. Tamilnadu.11 1027.41 683. In 1991. there were only 21 districts in the State of Tamil Nadu. In 2001.
Chennai 600 018. The comparative analysis of literacy percentage rate in Tamilnadu vis-à -vis.66% in 1991 census.38% in 2001 Census as against 52. LITERACY RATE Literacy standard in Tamilnadu State as per 2001 census is 73. all India percentage from 1941 census upto 2001 census is given below: .21% in 1991 Census.8 Decennial Growth Rate of Population 25 20 Growth Rate 15 10 (%) 5 0 1 Tamilnadu 2 India 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 DENSITY OF POPULATION (Per Sq. Km) YEAR TAMILNADU INDIA 1941 202 103 1951 232 117 1961 259 142 1971 317 177 1981 372 216 1991 429 267 2001* 478 324 * Provisional Source: Director of Census Operations. This shows the good growth rate in literacy. Tamilnadu.47% as against 62. This growth rate is in tune with All India growth rates and literacy population is 65.
Tamilnadu. tropical climate in the inland and an equatorial. Literacy Rate in Tamilnadu and India Literacy Rate (%) 80 60 40 20 0 Tamilnadu India 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 CLIMATE AND TEMPERATURE The Tamilnadu has an equatorial.41 24.67 1961 31.38 * Provisional Note : Literacy rate for all India excludes Jammu & Kashmir for 1951. . Source: Director of Census Operations.9 LITERACY RATE LITERACY (RATE) TAMILNADU INDIA 1941 16.02 1971 39.45 1981 46. Chennai 600 018.85 16.10 1951 20. the temperature may go to extreme in some places while it tends to be moderate in the coastal areas.19 16.76 36.66 52.46 29. maritime climate in its coastal regions.47 65.51 2001* 73.23 1991 62. In the inland.
Madras now renamed. It extends over an area of 174 sq.0 mm. ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION The State of Tamilnadu is divided into 29 administrative districts. Concerted efforts have been made over the last decade or so to preserve the purity and identity of the Tamil language. More recently. particularly to the state’s urban centres. km. Two prominent English newspapers and a number of economic dailies besides several newspapers in the local vernacular are brought out here. The state capital.317 villages. The normal rainfall is 945. there has been a steady stream of people migrating into the state from all parts of India. Hindi and other Indian languages being spoken in the state. . THE LANGUAGES This history of Tamilnadu dates back to Paleolithic age. Malayalam. the maximum temperature may be as low as 26 C and the minimum temperature may go down to 3 C. the foreign visitor need have no fear of not being understood as English is spoken with considerable fluency in most parts of the state. making Tamilnadu truly cosmopolitan in its composition. including a total of 16. Above all. the average temperature for most parts of the state range between 28 C and 40 C in the summer season and between 18 C and 26 C in the short-lived winter seasons. as Chennai is the fourth largest city in the Indian Sub-continent and 30th largest city in the world.10 By and large. one can hear several languages such as Telugu. Today. In the more hilly terrain. which in turn are further bifurcated into smaller divisions and sub-divisions. The Official languages spoken in the state is Tamil one of the oldest languages greatly influenced by its rich and colourful past.
golf. which still stand in all their pristine glory in several parts of this land. stone and metal. which are all time favourites. have flourished here for centuries. zoological and entertainment parks are the other way of social pastimes available. The awe-inspiring sculptures at the Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram and other similar art forms and sculptors found in the state date as far back as the 7th century AD famous temples. theme parks. Handicrafts include the most intricately carved designs in wood. deserve special mention here. links. racecourses. Visits to game reserves holiday resorts. Tourists’ spots include hill stations like Ooty and Kodaikanal.11 CULTURE AND TRADITION Tamilnadu has a legacy of ancient tradition and rich cultural heritage. relaxed lifestyles. art and theatre. Dance forms like Bharathanatyam and various forms of music. speak for themselves of the rich heritage of the Tamil people. The urban social recreations include clubs. . beach resorts. including carnatic music. The exquisitely carved Bronze and Tanjore plates LIFESTYLES The people of Tamilnadu lead. by and large. long sandy beaches.
Construction. A high growth performance by 8. Trade. fishing and mining & quarrying has registered an annual average increase of 2.54%.II Tamilnadu: Economic Profile The GSDP at constant (1993-94) prices which was at Rs. forestry.54% was exhibited in 1997-98 and 8. The high growth of 16.21%.48 per cent in 2000-01.36 percent and a minimum of 3.05% was noticed for the year 1997-98 in the services sector. namely.14% during the period 1996-97 to 2000-growth was noticed in this sector during the year 1999-2000 as 11. storage and communication sectors have recorded a high growth in 1999-2000 as 8. Banking and Insurance.12 CHAPTER . During these period. The value added by the Secondary Sector consisting of Manufacturing.90760 crores in 2000-2001 (AE) registering an annual average growth of 6.09%. Public Administration and Other services. However.46% in 1998-99. Electricity. High recorded an annual average growth of 4. It has 2001. real estates and business services sectors have registered a maximum growth of 21.00% in 1998-99.80 per cent in 1996-97 and a minimum growth of 8.70513 crores in 1996-97 has increased to Rs. transport. All the sub groups of the tertiary sector have performed well during the period from 1996-97 to 2000-2001. the primary sector consisting of Agriculture and allied activities. gas and water supply has been satisfactory. . in 1999-2000 the performance of this sector has a negative growth of 5%.
26 2. giving rich scope for the growth and development of the sugar. Pennaiaru. Other statesponsored schemes include the large-scale cultivation of spices and oil seeds particularly groundnut.09 2000-01 1.99 Trade.36 3.54 8. Vaigai and Tamaraparani.80 9.30 10.53 2.80 8. Cauvery.18 7. The main cash crops grown in the state are sugarcane.04 9.07 16. Economic 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 Activity Agriculture 11. with rice alone contributing average 8 million tonnes.94 Tamilnadu is gifted with 33 river basins. AGRICULTURE PROFILE 99-00 -5. The diverse Agro-ecological conditions also make this land ideal for growing fruits and vegetables. Sunflower has become increasingly popular in recent times. castor and coconut.85 5. the largest one’s being.71 2. chillies.49 12.95 Administration Source: Department of Economics and Statistics.55 -0. alcohol-based and textile industries.05 14. Rice and various pulses are grown extensively here.25 -12.13 G S D P by Economic Activity at Constant ( 1993-94) Prices The table below shows the growth of GSDP at constant (1993-94) prices by economic activity for the years from 1994-95 to 2000-2001. Of the total area in the state.48 9.46 Manufacturing 15.30 8.55 1.00 Public 3. The state ranks first in the yield of mangoes and fourth in bananas and grapes. seasmum. 59. and cotton. The annual foodgrain production exceeds 10 million tonnes.84 8. tobacco.68 9. Hotels and Restaurants.27 4.00 11.2% is under cultivation (not including forestlands).90 21. 5.24 Transport Equipment and Communication Banking 7. Following table summaries the agricultural production in Tamilnadu: . Chennai – 600 006.48 11.80 16.75 7.36 17.
14 Tamilnadu has six diverse Agro-climate conditions and it grows partially every type of fruit or vegetable.050 million.9 million MT of milk per year. Directorate of Economics and Statistics. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Rice Cholam Cumbu Ragi Other Millets Black gram Red gram Green gram Bengal gram Horse gram Groundnut Gingelly Coconut Crops Area (in ‘000’ hects. No. Also. Area. Rich resource endowments base offers vast vistas of opportunities for setting up of food processing industries to produce value added products. Annual production of eggs is 3. Tamilnadu has a large bovine population and produces about 3. a number of hi-tech horticulture projects are mushrooming in different parts of Tamilnadu.) 3 2163 351 157 123 145 270 65 129 8 104 759 112 304 178 316 5184 Production ‘000’ tonnes 4 7532 345 241 246 186 105 43 60 5 53 1318 66 32 339 3428 13999 Productivity Kg. Of late. 5 3481 984 1531 2004 1283 389 667 467 633 513 1736 589 10204 (in nuts) 324 10835 35640 2 14 Cotton 15 Sugarcane Total Source : Season and Crop Report of Tamilnadu 1999-2000. All these offer excellent investment opportunities in milk and poultrybased industries in Tamilnadu. Chennai ./hec. Production and Yield Rate of Principal Crops in Tamilnadu (1999-2000) Sl. Tamilnadu has a large poultry population and is ranked second among Indian states.
Marine resources Tamilnadu has a 1000 Km. shrimp farming and processing. The total area under forest cover is 17%. Tamilnadu is one of the well developed states in terms of industrial development. clay. etc. in addition to opportunities in infrastructure like air freight services. freezing plant. timber and sandal wood are the main produce while tea. 29 freezing plants and 36 cold storages. Many industrial units have been set up for optimum utilisation of these mineral resources.km. cold storage facilities. magnesite. wattle bark and cashew are some of the minor products. Of the 22.42 sq. lignite. etc. In the post-liberalisation era.742. Tamilnadu has 362 fish landing centres and annual fish catch is around 0. Besides these. asbestos. of forest. gypsum. granite. etc. are also found here. kaolin. copper. The state has a fairly stable presence in this sector with abundant skilled labour available. over 200 registered exporters of marine products. feldspar and graphite found abundantly in Tamilnadu. It is estimated that an offshore region of 22 lakh hectares is yet to be exploited. Tamilnadu is the third largest economy in India and its current State Domestic Product is well over US $ 23 billion.. Investment opportunities in this sector include. Tamilnadu has emerged as one of the front-runners by attracting a large number of investment proposals particularly in recent times. bauxite. The salient features of its economy is given hereunder: . small quantities of gold. INDUSTRIAL PROFILE: Existing Industrial foundations Traditionally.15 RESOURCES PROFILE A wealth in minerals Minerals like limestone. crab culture.5 million mt. seaweed culture. Today. Long coastline with its equatorial climate permitting year round conducive fishery and farming.
the state accounts for over 11% of India's industrial output. Tamilnadu's strength lies not only in its traditional industries. In its efforts. At present. both in terms of industrial output and in encouraging various new large scale products. of factories Total workers employed in factories Foreign Direct Investment Flow Third Second Second Second Second Tamilnadu has a well diversified industrial base. Hindustan Motors. Hyundai Motors. It has a lion's share at All India Level in production of number of products. to develop a strategy for . Having recorded an impressive growth in industry in the post-reform span. Mitsubishi.16 Current SDP: US $ 23 Rank of Tamilnadu (among Indian States) Industrial output Value addition No. traditional strengths: Tamilnadu's share in Indian output(%) Following is indicative of its Heavy commercial vehicles Auto components Railway coaches Motor cycles & mopeds Newsprint Cotton yarn Power driven pumps Leather products Safety matches Software 27 35 49 26 17 32 50 70 90 32 With the setting up of major automobile projects namely Ford-Mahindra. emerges as the Detroit of south east Asia. it is poised for further industrial development and expansion. expansion plans of Ashok Leyland & TAFE. but also in several new emerging industries. Chennai. Tamilnadu has always been a fore-runner in the industrial process.
industrial growth and development, the State Government is concentrating on promoting the development of industries in which the State already has a competitive edge and high impact industries in which advantages can easily be created. Some mature industries and emerging industry opportunities are
highlighted below: Mature Industries Industries Mineral based industries Engineering Leather Pharmaceuticals Cotton textiles & hosiery Ready- made garment industries Wood-products Agro-based industries Chemical – based industries Emerging Electronics Software Consumer durable Biotech products Food processing Rubber & plastic products Tourism Hotels Financial services
Some important features of those industries in which Tamilnadu has traditional strength have been described below: Mineral based industries The main mineral wealth of the state is granite, limestone and lignite. The availability of different varieties of granite in different parts of the State has resulted in a booming granite industry. Over the year, the granite industry has grown from strength to strength contributing more than 35% of the country's exports. During 1996-97, Tamilnadu exported granite products valued at Rs.4.0 billion and other minerals; Rs.5.10 billion. The current annual production of cement is over 5 million tonnes. Lignite is being used to generate power. Graphite is yet another mineral offering opportunities for down-stream industries.
Engineering A strong engineering base exists in the state involving products ranging from automobiles, bicycles, castings and forging, to textile machines, electrical and nonelectrical machinery, pumps and transportation equipment. Engineering ancillary industries are concentrated in Chennai, Coimbatore, Salem and Tirupur. The
exports of engineering products from Tamilnadu is around Rs.11.50 billion (US $ 320 million) of which automobile ancillaries alone contribute around US $ 150 million. It is an established fact that the automobile industry in the state accounts for nearly 50% of the All India export market. The strong engineering base consists of a network of nearly 3,000 units, employing a skilled workforce of more than 2.5 lakh, making high quality inputs such as castings and forging and a wide variety of ancillary products. Intensive efforts are being made to boost further development of this industry. Textile and ready-made garments Tamilnadu has etched a name for itself in the manufacture of cotton textile and its leading position in this area is well known not only in India but world over. The state contributes more than 22% of the country's exports of cotton yarn and fabrics. The exports of cotton textile in 1996-97 was US $ 2.1 billion and it is estimated that it will reach US $ 5.0 billion by the end of 2004 AD. USA, UK, France and Germany are among the principal buyers of cotton textile from Tamilnadu.
Approximately 21% of India's exports of ready-made garments originates from Tamilnadu. In actual terms its translates to around US $ 1.5 billion of garments being exported from the state, the two main centres being Chennai (Madras) and Tirupur. In fact, Tirupur has emerged strongly as a major industrially township. As a consequence, several important spin-off industries have emerged in neighbouring regions – the textile machinery industry is one such off-shoot. While Tamilnadu continues to maintains commanding position in this industry, many international corporates, are looking at the state as a global sourcing point for readymade garments with an eye on the comparatively low production costs and high quality of output offered. Leather-based industries Tamilnadu has a dominant presence in the leather and leather based industries. The tanning industry in India has a total installed capacity of 225 million pieces of hide and skins of which Tamilnadu alone contributes an inspiring 70%. The state accounts for more than 50% of the country's export of leather and leatherrelated products such as shoe uppers, shoes, garments, and so on. Leather exports by the end of the year 1996-97 was US $ 900 million and the ambitious target of US $ 4 billion for leather related products exports by the year 2004 for the country seem well within each. This translates into exports worth nearly US $ 2.2 billion from Tamilnadu - given the major share it has traditionally enjoyed. Rising to the occasion, the state government is geared up to provide attractive incentives and infrastructural support in the form of setting up industrial estates and common effluent treatment plants. Thus Tamilnadu's substantial share of the leather market in the years to come is ensured.
Also .6 at Gummidipoondi near Chennai. Chennai (Madras) Refinery Ltd. etc. nylon chips and polybutanes. Realising the tremendous potential in the state. Based on LNG terminal. Dharmapuri. and the Nilgiris being earmarked as places ideally suited for the cultivation of flowers like Rose and Chrysanthemum .20 Agro-based industries Ideal climatic conditions for the growth of fruits and vegetables has given rise to a vibrant Agro-based food industry in the state.000 acres at Ennore. has given rise to several petro-based units using a refinery feed-stock for the manufacture of a large number of petro-chemical ranging from fertilizer to polyols. Other major projects in pipeline are: Norsk Hydro (PVC). Tuticorin and Ennore. in the outskirts of Chennai (Madras) has emerged as a major petrochemical complex. The mother refinery in the complex. a number of down-stream petro-chemical projects have been planned. TIDCO has also proposed to promote a Naphtha Cracker in this park. Chemical and Petro-chemical industry The chemical industry has grown at a tremendous pace world-wide and in India as well. Dupont. besides. TIDCO is currently in the process of setting up a major petrochem park is an area of about 7. north of Chennai. being set up in the area .. Major chemicals and fertilizer plants have also been established at Cuddalore and Tuticorin. TIDCO is currently implementing a LNG handling terminal at upcoming Ennore Satellite Port. 3 new refineries are proposed to be set up at Cuddalore. Petrochemical industry in Tamilnadu is in the threshold of rapid expansion. a number of joint ventures involving Dutch companies are. SPIC (PTA/PFY).some involving major corporates. . The state of Tamilnadu traditionally has a strong base in the chemical industry. Manali. USA has recently commissioned a large plant for manufacture of nylon 6. The Madurai-Dingidul belt in Tamilnadu is endowed with favourable climatic conditions ideal for the cultivation of a variety of fruits and vegetables.of these Coimbatore has been identified as an intensive floriculture zone. The floriculture industry is also poised for a quantum leap in the next few years with the area around Coimbatore.
Today. Govt of Tamilnadu is in the process of setting Information Technology Parks with state-ofthe art facilities at 3 locations in Chennai. Infosys. Chennai has the largest number of Software professionals in India. etc. there has been a boom in consumer electronics giving rise to a wide range of consumer products. A number of major companies like Dun & Bradstreet. are in the process of setting up consumer electronics projects in Tamilnadu. Chennai has the largest mainframe computing capacity. Besides. TCS. Chennai is the center for development of advanced multimedia applications & communications software. Software development is currently a US $ 100 million industry in Tamilnadu with several foreign companies entering into collaboration and joint ventures. It has abundant highly skilled professionals as computer science & software development have been introduced as part of curriculum in almost every technical educational institution in Tamilnadu. To give an impetus to this Industry.Anew and Upcoming Industry Electronics is an industry which is getting priority attention in recent years with a turnover of US $ 270 million. A number of MNCs like LG. New projects are currently being set by Alcatel. Currently. Again. Matsushita etc. Samsung. of Tamilnadu has recently announced an attractive Information Technology Policy wherein attractive incentives and infrastructure support are offered by Govt. Chennai is the largest exporter computer hard-discs. Indian software professionals are considered among the world's best. a similar park is being set up at Coimbatore. have software development facilities at Chennai. to investors.21 Electronics . Singapore Airlines. Citibank. Govt. Apart from computers and associated hardware. . Consumer electronic is another promising area offering attractive investment avenues to investors. Pentafour. Chennai is fast emerging as the second Silicon Valley. Ramco.etc. Daewoo.
Indian Overseas Bank. etc. The trade and industries in the city has spurred the growth of the financial sector in the city. The State Domestic Product is about US $ 23 billion and current exports are around Rs. Given the high current economic growth rate. 225 billion. expediting the whole process was set up to answer investor queries and guide them through various procedures. . ABN-Amro Bank.D. the financial services sector offers tremendous opportunities. With the capitalization of the Chennai Stock Exchange (MSE) growing strong: US $ 50 billion (Mumbai Stock Exchange Capitalization: US $ 160 billion). bringing about an attitudinal change. Foreign banks such as Citi Bank. OVERALL ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL CLIMATE Traditionally. Hongkong Bank. have also established offices in Chennai. Cooperative Banks and Non-banking financial companies such as chit funds and indigenous financiers. served by All India financial institutions like ICICI.22 Financial Services Chennai is the financial capital of South India. Tamilnadu is the third largest economy in India. The city has a strong financial system. IFCI. IDBI.. The reforms at the state level comprise Policy level changes. the state Government too has come up with its own Policy that outlines its main objectives and the strategies to achieve faster growth. These include amongst other things. Tamilnadu is one of the most Industrialized states. At present. There has been visible change in the overall economic and industrial climate in the state. Bank of America. setting up of organizitional intervention mechanisms and most importantly. Coinciding with the new economic and industrial Policy of the Government of India. Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. Tamilnadu is posed to emerges as the first largest economy before 2005 A. Commercial Banks such as the State Bank of India.
Creation of nodal agencies for attracting investments. These initiatives have led to tremendous enthusiasm amongst investors about doing business in Tamilnadu . It’s little wonder that Tamilnadu is fast emerging as the ‘Blue Chip’ state for various investments. Notably. . • • • Incentives and concession package for investors. Tamilnadu has done The overall strategy includes the key thrust exceedingly well in attracting FDI inflows-ranking fourth among the states in terms of value of FDI investments and second in terms of the number of projects in the pipelines.23 To Name a few: • Procedural simplification and facilitation through a single window. Tamilnadu has emerged as a leading state in South India in the area of attracting FDIs. These predicted efforts have had their impact on the market and have boosted investor confidence. Encouraging private sector initiative and participation in infrastructure projects. areas listed below: • • • • Focus on core infrastructure sector. increasing competitiveness among states to attract investments. Targeting strategic industries. Developing knowledge/technology – driven advantage in industries. With Tamilnadu was one of the first states to carry out industrial campaigns in a few gulf countries as well as prganize seminars in different parts of India. Tamilnadu has introduced an effective single window system to speed up per-project clearances through a single form. Industrial Promotion campaigns and seminars.
S T.A. Motor Cycles Machine Tools Tyrecord Cement Petrochemicals Manmade Fibre PVC & Chemicals Chemicals & Plastics Industrial Watches & Clocks High Tensile Fastener’s Newsprint Switching apparatus Cars Auto Ancillaries Auto Ancillries Cement Sugar & Soya Products Ashok Leyland Southern Petro Chidambaram M.V.S State Govt. Tyres & Tubes Tractors Bicycles Mopeds.S Lakshmi DCM India Cements Chidambaram M.V.24 MAJOR BUSINESS GROUPS Ownership/Group Hinduja Industry Commercial Vehicles Fertilisers & Chemicals. Tube Investments TVS – Suzuki Lakshmi Machine SRF Fabrics India Cements Tamilnadu Petro Products SIV Industries Chemplast Sanmar DCW MRF Amalgamation Murugappa T. Shapoorji Pallanji Sanmar Shriyans Prasad Jain Coats Viyella India Fabrics Coats Viyella(F) Titan Sundaram Fasteners Tami Nadu Newsprint GEC Althom India Hindustan Motors Wheels India Breakes India Dalmia Cement Tata T.K T.A Chemical Industries (SPIC) MRF Tractors & Farm Equip.V.V.S Dalmia Sanjay Sakthi Sakthi Sugars . GEC – Althom(F) Birla C.
Tamilnadu is one of the few states in India endowed with fairly sound infrastructure. Mumbai in its report dated March 2001 has analyzed & published relative Infrastructure Development Index for India States.25 CHAPTER . 96.0 96. This Index facilitates inter-state comparison. has been earmarking substantial amount of funds in its annual budgets to continuously upgrade the quality of infrastructure. Its findings are summarised hereunder: State Punjab Kerala Tamilnadu Gujarat Haryana Maharastra Karnataka A.1 144.9 1 100 Rank I II III V IV VI X XI .P.III Tamilnadu: Infrastructure Development Profile Traditionally.4 141. of Tamilnadu has been according high priority to both industrial and off-site infrastructure development.3 107. Govt. today. All India average Infrastructure Development Index 191. The Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). Tamilnadu is ranked third in terms of infrastructure development among Indian states.4 157.0 122. As a result. Govt.
26 The above CMIE index is a weighted composite index taking into account different components of infrastructure. * * * * * * * * * * * Social Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure Proximity to Port Airport Facilities (Network) Labour Availability Cost of Labour Labour Relations Proximity to Market Availability of Raw Material Power availability & Cost Road Transport Infrastructure Second Third Second Second Second Second Second Third Third Third Second . Fairly well developed infrastructure and comfortable power situation offer a significant competitive advantage to Tamilnadu in attracting investments. Infrastructure Rank of Tamilnadu in India.
has recently proposed to set up 20 short gestation power projects with capacity ranging between 40-150 MW each. . Against an installed capacity of 6. (All India deficit : 11. Tamilnadu deficit : 10. It is worthwhile mentioning that the state has also made pioneering attempts to harness non-conventional sources of energy especially wind power. The total capacity proposed to be added before 2000 AD is 2. investment of an estimated Rs.27 Fairly well developed infrastructure and comfortable power situation offer a significant competitive advantages to Tamilnadu in attracting investments. and the government has set in motion ambitious plans to meet its future needs. 450 billion through 39 projects are in the pipeline. as well as the capital outlay envisaged is quite formidable. This clearly indicates not only the low levels of dependence on hydro power but also that the power situation is likely to remain unaffected by the vagaries of the monsoon.685 MW and to cater to this need. efforts are on to create capacity of 12.685 MW is planned through terminal power generation. the govt. Similarly. With numerous incentives of offer. The gap between energy demand . Though the availability power situation in Tamilnadu is comfortable.9%) It has made impressive strides in power generation and is comfortably placed in this sector. greater exploration of wind corridors are anticipated.5% . the speed of implementing this.supply is lower than all India averages. the additional capacity envisaged is to the tune of 12.904 MW. The govt. Though the state at present generates adequate power to fulfill the need of all sectors. of Tamilnadu does not remain complacent.005 MW which will be sufficient to meet future demand of industry. Thus it can be said with confidence that power will be the least of the concern for investors. Foreign investment in this sector are being encouraged. EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE POWER AVAILABILITY Tamilnadu is one of the few states which is fairly comfortably placed in the power availability front.
28 A snapshot of the power sector in India & Tamilnadu India Tamilnadu Existing power generating capacity 85. an outlay of Rs.744MW 6904 MW Existing supply (billion units) 366 30 Existing demand(billion units) 414 34 Energy deficit 11. The Telugu . Additionally.5% 10.5% Additional capacity proposed 12. Envisaging a growing demand of cargo handling. Various schemes are being planned to recycle water on a large scale and secondary treated sewage water will be made available in urban conglomerations for industrial use.346 mcm/year.5% 16.1% Transmission & Distribution loss 22.4% 76. Chennai and Tuticorin Ports have the infrastructure to handle containerized cargo and are rapidly emerging as a major ports along the South-east Asian sea route.650 MW WATER AVAILABILITY The totally dynamic ground water resource in Tamilnadu is estimated to be around 27. desalination plants along the coast are being established. . Emphasis is being laid here on the harnessing of both conventional and nonconventional sources of energy. TRANPORT & COMMUNICATION Ports The state has two major all-weather ports at Chennai(Madras) and Tuticorin as well as two intermediate and seven minor ports all of which are currently capable of handling over 32 million metric tonnes of cargo annually.Ganga project will be soon supplying 10 tmc of water to Chennai.9% Per capita power consumption 348 420 (units) Plant load factor (PLF) 64. The government has recommended that 15 per cent of this should be reserved for domestic user and a similar quantum for industrial use leaving enough ground water reserves to meet any additional new demands.
Ennore on the outskirts of the city was developed as a satellite port which should bring down the Level of congestion at Chennai(Madras) port. For inland water transport. .of Tamilnadu invites investments in inland waterways improvement & operating projects. Govt.of Minor Ports Speed –link : 2(Cuddalore & Nagapattinam) : 7 freight(container) trains link Chennai port with Delhi and other Northern cities. there are two canal systems the Vederanyam canal and North Buckingham Canal.of major places Both have container terminals total Container traffic : Chennai Tuticorin : 2-Chennai & Tuticorin. Port Facilities – A snap shot No.29 30 billion is being planned for upgradation of its capacity and handling with private participation. With increased activity in Chennai(Madras) . After Mumbai. : 3. A new LNG handling terminal is proposed to be commissioned as part of Ennore satellite port to handle.of Intermediate Ports No. storage and Supply LNG. Chennai(Madras) port ranks second in total cargo handled and first in terms of number of vessels handled.1 million MT : 0.7 million MT Chennai Port is the Second Largest in India No.
iron ore. The road length per thousand sq. Tamilnadu-ensuring easy. National Highways of length of about 2.30 Surface Transport Roads and Rail Tamilnadu ranks second in terms of transport network. with the emergence of private sector airlines. area in Tamilnadu is 1.NH-4 and NH-5 into 4 lane. USA and Far-East as well as domestic airports at Salem.01 km. Further . Air links The presence of an international airport at Chennai(Madras) with direct links to Europe. large –Scale plans are upgrading for setting up an aircraft maintenance center and for upgrading existing infrastructure. (as high as 64 percent). as well as finished goods.38500 kms.91 as against all India average of 19. the frequency of flights and their coverage will be boosted considerably. countries with more than 65 direct flights every week. The efficient railway network accounts for a large share in movement of bulk cargo such as coal. The state has a high percentage of surfaced roads spanning more than 1. In Tamilnadu. area is 30. 27Km bypass in Coimbatore. Govt. Increased industrial activity has given rise to an increase in Chennai airport is connected with 15 To respond to the growing at over 18 percent per year. the rail length per 1.000 Kms.572 as against All India average of 663 Kms. At present.km . etc.1000 kms. the railway route length in the state spans more than 4. To . Roads and rail account for the maximum percentage of carrying goods. uninterrupted major plans have been drawn up to reinforce this sector including an extensive mass rapid Transportation (MRT) network in Chennai (Madras) . increasing cargo traffic and the emerging industrial needs. elevated road facility for freight transportation and outer ring road at Chennai and widening of the existing National Highways.000 sq. Coimbatore and Madurai make several parts of the state easily accessible.km . Tiruchy.run through movement of goods and passengers. of Tamilnadu invites private sector investments in roads sector.
Telecommunication Tamilnadu is part of the global telecom network. Also TIDCO has proposed to set up the second international Airport in Chennai and is looking for private sector participation in this project.4 million lines with integrated communication facilities linking it to all parts of the world. Ciombatore etc. A feasibility study is currently underway. expertise and its ability to communicate in several local .603 telecom exchange with over 1. in the state . an air cargo city is proposed to be set up with private investment at Chennai (Madras). International Telephones • • • Operator dialled services Toll free services for US International telephone conference service Other services • • • • • • • International data transmission service International digital leased line service Inamoratas service International radio-photo & Video conferencing International programme transmission service International newscast service Meteorological transmission HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT Tamilnadu resources. It has 1. Cellular and radio-paging services have been recently introduced in major cities like Chennai.Given below are some important telecom services provided in the state. especially in Chennai (Madras) city. The entry of international giants like US Wheat and Skycell into the market should give the much needed boost to this sector and provide basic and value added services in the state . professional can be justly proud of its valuable wealth of human The manpower of the state is marked for its diverse skills.31 facilitate smooth flow of air cargo.
languages as well as English. The total work force in Tamilnadu is about 25 million constituting 44% of state Population. The organized sector employs more than 9 million people . The industrial climate in the state is peaceful ,
with people’s attitudes to work being positive and competent . The number of man days lost due to unrest is the lowest in the country (less 0.25% of total man days) – all of this and much more contribute to making Tamilnadu, the
ideal platform for industry to scale greater heights. The state of Tamilnadu invests highly on education and ranks the third highest in terms of total expenditure on education clearly indicating the thrust on creating a sound Human Capital Base. The literacy level of the state is 62.6% and 44% of the At a stage when the emphasis is
state Population is economically active .
gradually shifting to knowledge and technology –based industries, this human resources base combined with a favorable labour climate offers ideal
conditions for economic growth.
Colleges and institutions There has been a rapid growth in the number of institutions imparting education at the college level. Today, there are 19 universities, in addition, there are 102 Engineering 244 Arts and Science Colleges, 135 polytechnics, 526 Industrial Institutes, Colleges, 27 Colleges of Education , 15 Oriental Of
Colleges, 5 Physical Education Colleges and 2 Schools of Social Work.
late, all universities offer courses in management science. Besides a host of other educational produced institutions. The total number of engineering graduates
every year in different disciplines is well over 23,000. Apart from
this, skilled labour produced is 65,000 every year. Hence , there is no shortage of skilled manpower.
Technical Education Recognising Technical Education as a crucial link in the development
process, the state government has bestowed special attention in this direction . The state has 102 engineering colleges and 135 Polytechnics and 526
Industrial training Institutes. Some of the specialised subjects covered are : • • • • Bio- Technology Software & Communication Engg Automobile Engg. Plastic Engg. Etc.
Strength of Manpower Composition of Engineers Branch Computer Science Electrical & Communication Electrical & Electronics Instrumentation & Controls, Geographical, information, Technology Information Technology Others TOTAL Engineering Graduates per year Students 3,997 4,454 3.815
Medical Education The specialisation existing dental set up of institutions imparting colleges, skills private in various medical
college, 2 physiotherapy
colleges and 6 private dental colleges. In additional to these, the State Institute of Road Transport runs a medical college at perundurai.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE NEW INITIATIVES Chennai Software Advantage Manpower. • • • • • • • • Abundant availability of highly skilled manpower. Chennai -highest density of software professionals in India. Chennai - the lowest wage structure among metros in India. Chennai has the largest mainframe capacity in India. 23,000 engineers/per annum from 102 engineering colleges of which 12,000 engineers are in computer related fields. 300,000 graduates from disciplines including basic Sciences, Medicine, Law , Commerce etc. Chennai has been identified as the :Ideal Locality” for software projects by a study done by Dun & Bradstreet. Big names like Dun & Bradstreet, Singapore Airlines, Pentafour L & T, Alcatel, Ramco, TCS, WIPRO, Infosys and CITYBANK have set up software facilities at Chennai.
Information Technology park - Chennai TIDEL Information Technology park at Chennai : TIDCO and ELCOT are jointly setting up a state- of- art facility - TIDEL park at Taramani . • Its salient features are:
One million square feet built- up area.
local and satellite broadcast channels at the touch of a button. E-mail. Ample car parking in the basement and on the surface. Rest rooms and Movies. Master Antenna Television System. Parabolic mirror optic light fittings. lifts and fire protection systems. Jacuzzi. ISDN and high speed data links. Gymnasium. TIDEL park will be ready in Dec. Restaurant. Video Conferencing. Building’s maintenance system of TIDEL would be managed by a special agency. Everything under communication –exclusive VSNL and Software Technology Park of India (STPI) link-up facilities. high speed passenger lifts and heavy duty lifts with 4 tonne capacity. Essential facilities like the Business Centre. Automatic Pump Sprinkler Systems with its own water storage tanks for comprehensive fire protection. Variable Air Volume controlling units to enable efficient zone and temperature control in air –conditioners. Food Court. Data Transmission.35 • • • • • • • • • • • • • Modular floor layout and wide-span column design-can be modified to your requirements. Automated Building Management System. Cyber Cafe. Uninterrupted power supply through 110 KV substation. Escalators in public area. • • . Convention Centre. CCTV Systems for 24 hours monitoring. Sauna.1999. besides large capacity. Additional floor to floor height –flexibility for installation of raised flooring. Additional security include door alarm and guard tours.Controls and manages the AirConditioners.
each). Tennis Court. 1.km in the second phase in next 36 months. 5. Chengleput District.(Family accommodation of 120 sq. 2. Mini Golf Course and Swimming Pool.00 sq.36 Siruseri IT Park. Housing : ( Area of land Earmarked – 30 acres) : in all modern amenities for one Housing for the hundred family software executives accommodation and 600 bachelor accommodations.mts.km in first phase with 366 months and another 100. 4. Location : Siruseri Village. Networking Facility : LAN with transparency of Location and Mobility to software development. each and bachelor accommodation of 35 sq. Facilities Proposed: Working Space : (Area of land earmarked –60 acres): modern office/Business Space of not less than 100. : 200 acres : Chennai 22 Kms : Chennai 30 Kms * * * Extent of land Nearest Airport Seaport b. Communication Facility: To provide National and International Connectivity for Voice and Data including ISDN emerging International requirements. . Communication Facilities.mts . 3.000 sq. a. and INTERNET to suit the The entire park has to be linked by Recreation Facility: (Area of land earmarked –20 acres): Country Club with facilities for Health Club.
Business Incubators.30 acres) : Convention Centre. Facilities Proposed : 1. Smaller Conference Rooms. 3. Shopping Mall Etc.0 acre Guest House. Multi-enterprise building with an area of 20. Central Facilities complex (about 5. 2. .37 6. Utilities : (Area of land earmarked .mts each. Cochin 210 KMs. Roads and Helipad. Bharathiar Techno Campus . Developed Plots: (Area of land earmarked – 60 acres) : 0.Coimbatore a. Location 1 Extent of land 1 Nearest Airport : Vadavalli. A Technology Development Center. Medical Centre. 5. Post Office. each incorporating modules of about 200 sq. b. Library.000 sq. 4. Plots with facilities like Power and Communication Links.5/1. 7. Secretarial Services. Coimbatore District. Library. .mts) a 250 seated Convention Centre. : Coimbatore 30 Kms – Seaport. Canteen. Technical Advanced Telecommunication Facilities etc.mts. club house with Guest Rooms and a commercial complex to accommodate Bank. : 100 Acres. Cafeteria. restaurants. Bank.000 sq. Schools. Infrastructure to ensure quality power (with stand – by generators) and water.
000 acres. besides social amenities are available to investors. of Industries industrial estates Many private Industrial estates.38 INDUSTRIAL PARKS & COMPLEXES Govt. of Tamilnadu has promoted more than 120 Industrial Parks/Estates all over Tamilnadu. Further. Total area developed so far: about 15. communication facilities etc. of Tamilnadu provides an attractive package of incentives to investors locating their projects in these Industrial estates/parks. Tamilnadu has at present: SIDCO Industrial estates SIPCOT Industrial complexes TACID growth centres & parks Chennai Export Processing Zone (MEPZ) Co-operative Industrial estates Dte. . Developed Industrial plots endowed with sound infrastructure support like. Industrial Parks . Govt. electricity. road link. water supply.Supply analysis Integrated Industrial Parks (IIPs) concept originated with "Guindy Industrial Estate" in 1956.
light engg.Mahindras Auto Ancillary Park Promoters Location Extent of land TIDCO & Mahindras Maraimalai Nagar 1400 acres Airport Chennai 30 kms Seaport Chennai 48 Kms Road access NH-45 Focus industry Auto components.etc Common facilities & amenities will be provided .39 New Industrial Parks TIDCO's New Industrial Parks : 4 Petroleum Park at Ennore Auto ancillaries Park at Maraimalai Nagar Floriculture Park at Hosur Hitech Industrial Park in Tirunelveli District ELCOT Information Technology Parks : 2 Locations : Chennai & Coimbatore TACID's New Industrial Parks : 3 Orgadam Industrial Park near Chennai Gagaikondan Growth Center Cholavaram Industrial Park near Chennai TIDCO .
Malummichampatty & Nanjilkottai.000 acres Chennai (45 kms) Ennore 5 kms off NH5 .Manali (Vichoor)& Thirumudivakkam Bargur. Valathur (RK Pet).Ennore Extent of Land Nearest Airport Nearest Seaport 7.40 New Industrial Parks New SIDCO Industrial Estates: 8 Locations Other districts Near Chennai are Avadi.Chennai-Calcutta Road Access Highway Source of Power Supply -Captive Power Plant Good scope for setting up Naphtha Cracker. Vathiyoor (Uthangarai). refinery and Power generation projects invites Foreign investments: US $ 300 million for establishment of Industrial Park. . TICDO will assist project implementation with Equity Participation Technology Sourcing Escort Services (Procedural Facilitation). New SIPCOT Industrial Parks : 7 Irugattukottai Industrial Park Export Promotion Industrial Park Sriperumbudur Industrial Park Cheyyar Industrial Park Hosur Industrial complex expansion (Phase III) Ranipet Industrial complex expansion (Phase II) Cuddalore Industrial complex expansion (Phase II) TIDCO's Petrochem Park .
800 acres Airport Chennai 25 kms. Ideally suited for automobile related projects. SIPCOT Irungakottai Park Location Irungattukottai. Matsushita Electric. etc. .000 acres Electronic & Telecom components Biotech & Focus Industries Pharmaceuticals Airport Tuticorin Road Proximity to NH 47 Status MOU signed with US Company. Seaport Chennai 35 kms Road acess NH – 4 Power & water supply Available Major Projects : Hyundai car project Saint Gobain Float glass project.41 TIDCO's Hi-tech Industrial Park Location Extent Tirunelveli District 2. Sriperumpudur taluk Extent of land 1. SIPCOT Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) Location Extent of land Nearest Airport Nearest Seaport Road access Railway station Power & water supply Focus Gummidipoondi 224 acres (readily available for development) Chennai 60 kms Chennai 45 kms NH-5 Gummidipoondi Available Export-oriented industries with minimum export of 33% of production.
Station-Linked to National Grid.13kms. Palar river Singaperumal Koil Sub Station.200 acres Chennai-35 kms Chennai .45 kms On NH4-Chennai Bangalore Highway Tiruvallur .000 acres. Kancheepuram Dist 2000 acres Chennai-40 kms Chennai -55kms Between NH4andNH45 Singaperumal Koil .42 SIPCOT Sriperumbudur Industrial Park Location District Extent of land Nearest Airport Nearest Seaport Road Access Nearest Railway Station Source of water supply Source of Power Sriperumbudur. Block B-1. Kancheepuram Block A-3.20 kms Good . . TACID Oragadam Industrial Park Location Extent of land Nearest Airport Nearest Seaport Road Access Nearest Railway Station Source of water supply Source of Power Supply Oragadam.Chembarambakkam Lake and Palar river Sriperumbudur Sub. Sriperumbudur Taluk.
Matsushita etc.000 acres Mega projects: Hyundai car project. Direct Employment in Industrial Parks: 45.400 acres .from Nemili): 1. Kumho. Saint Gobain.000 Steep growth in demand for housing & social infrastructure SIPCOT welcomes Private sector/FDI Proposed township area: 2.ideally located near two massive Industrial parks under formation of SIPCOT Irungattukottai Industrial Park (5 km.43 Nemili Satellite Township Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Chennai metro-Increasing congestion & need for new Satellite townships Nemili .being located nearby.from Nemili): 3.800acres Sriperumbudur Industrial Park (9km.
self employed persons. under this programme. Besides employment in agriculture.1.V. in the construction industry. this programme also excludes from its purview unpaid domestic works. 1959.44 CHAPTER . establishments employing less than 10 persons in the private sector are not bring covered under this programme. This programme is aimed at highlighting the Employment trends in the organised sector of the economy by analysing Employment data collected at quarterly intervals from all establishments in the public sector and the non-agricultural establishments in the private sector that employ 10 and more workers. though plantations are being covered because of their significance to the state’s economy. employment in agriculture is outside the purview of this programme. In respect of establishments in the private sector employing 10-24 workers. the limitations in scope and coverage of the Employment Market Information Programme need to be known. only these private contractors who are engaged in public construction activities are covered.3. for all establishments in the public sector and for establishments in the private sector employing 25 and more workers.2000 are based on the employment data collected under the Employment Market Information Programmes operated through the various Employment Exchanges in Tamilnadu.N. Before making use of the data reported in this review. and parttime employment. while interpreting the findings in this quarterly review. Rendition of such employment information is a statutory obligation under the provisions of the Employment Exchange (C. this information is being collected on a voluntary basis.IV Review of Employment Situation in Tamilnadu The findings of the review of employment situation in Tamilnadu during the period from 1. First and foremost. Similarly. As stated earlier.) Act. These limitations in the coverage of the Employment Market Information Programme need to be taken note of.2000 to 31. .
when compared with March 1999.1999. Central Quasi Government (-) 3. State Government (-) 17. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Fig.45 Employment Showing Employment Levels in the Public Sector in Tamilnadu as on 31.3.131. State Quasi Government (-) 14. The other branch viz. there is an increase of employment in establishments under local body (+) 2.99 4 (-) 0628 (-)17131 (-) 3149 (-) 14511 (+) 2657 (-)32762 1 Central Government State Government Central Quasi Government State Quasi Government Local Body Total Employment Level in Public Sector in Tamilnadu Local Body Central Quasi Govt.2000 The following table highlights the employment levels and variations in the public sector during the review period. .3. in 000' Previous Quarter Current Quarter The above statement reveals that.657only.149 and Central Government (-) 628 shows a decrease in employment when compared to the previous year 31.3. Central Govt..12.99 2 234511 649469 181874 386788 177360 1630002 Current Quarter 31. Branch Previous Quarter 31.3.00 3 233883 632338 178725 372277 180017 1597240 Changeover previous Year 31.511.
Real Estate and Business Services (6. retail trade.01% (+)5.005 (+) 4.644 (-) 0.706 (+) 7.9%). storage and Communication (19. Social and Personal Services” 51.3% (+)0.7% (-)12% (-)0.5%).1% (+)2.46 Industry-wise Analysis of Employment The comparative distribution of employment under the major industrial divisions in both public and private sectors during the previous year and the current quarter may be seen in the following table: NIC Code Description of Industry Employment as on 31.1% (-)0.2%). Insurance. Banking.6%).083 (-) 8.193 (-) 0.3%). restaurants and hotels Transport.3. The private sector employment is more in Manufacturing 65.7% and Community. storage and communications Financial. . The public sector employment is more in the division “Community.2% (-)0.3.2000 followed by “Manufacturing” (27.9% (-)2.172 (+) 1.497 Percentage over previous year (31.3.8% and “Transport. insurance.Gas & Water supply Construction Wholesale. real estate and business services Community. and personnel services. Social and Personal Services (18.1999) 7 (-)0.99) 6 (-) 0.4% (-)0. social.112 (-) 5.795 (-) 21.9% 1 0 1 2&3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 Agri. Total 3 27245 25569 105861 71581 48440 47584 307083 136260 827617 1597240 4 60764 4415 599904 726 12440 45071 10284 22373 171256 927233 5 88009 29984 705765 72307 60880 92655 317367 158633 998873 2524473 It may be of interest to note that “Community. Forestry & Fishing Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity.3. “Transport.00 Public Private Total Sector Sector Change in Employment over previous year (31. Storage and Communication” (12. Social and Personal Services” Division constitutes the highest percentage of employment by accounting for 40% of the total employment of 2524473 persons as on 31.457 (-)20.
employment. this sector has emerged as a major supplier of mass consumption items like leather and leather goods. pesticide formulations. etc. electric motors.597 SSI units as on 31. There has been a phenomenal growth in the number of small scale industries in Tamilnadu. brushes. At present this sector contributes about 40% of the gross value of output in the manufacturing sector and 35% total exports from the country. rural unemployment. it has created:- . hosiery gods. wooden and steel furniture. The small scale industries produce a wide variety of products. soap and detergents. readymade garments. safety matches. reduction in disparities in income and regional imbalances. preserved foods. sheet metal goods. The Government look to this sector for alleviating the problems of poverty.87.440 SSI units in 1977 it has grown to 3. attainment of reliance. optical lenses.47 CHAPTER . beginning with the production of simple consumer goods. paints and varnishes. The table given below indicates the trend in growth of small scale industries during the last ten years and the level of investment. More importance is attached to this sector since more employment can be created per unit of investment at a comparatively shorter period than the medium & large scale sector.12. adaptability to semi urban and rural environment where infrastructure is undeveloped and capacity to attract small savings and divert instrument in the development of backward and rural areas.2001. From a mere 18. because of its shorter gestation period.V Status & Performance of Small Scale Industries Units in Tamil Nadu Small scale industries play a vital role in economic development. drugs and pharmaceuticals. etc. plastic and rubber goods.
Chennai.00 48675. Units 138404 157892 178114 207357 234409 263845 295004 324627 354939 387597 Investment (Rs.00 41687.00 5184.00 29436.00 58432.00 6912. in Crore Production .00 10623.00 24048.00 7966. of Permanent Regd.66 Employment (No.00 35161.48 TREND IN GROWTH OF SSI IN TAMILNADU Year No.00 11567.00 70987.00 78261.) 1176700 1310500 1425300 1638200 1828600 2033000 2250900 2451000 2667200 2902122 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Source: Directorate of Industries and Commerce. Trend in Growth of SSI in Tamilnadu 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 1 91-92 2 -93 3 -94 4 5 6 7 -98 8 -99 9 -00 10 -95 -96 -97 01 Investment Rs.20 3757. in Crores) 16747. in Crores) 3210.00 5977.50 4332.00 20219.00 9350.22 Production (Rs.
Silk & Synthetic Fibre Textiles 2700 Jute. 1 20-21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Food & food products 37152 Beverages. Hemp & Mesta Products 325 Hosiery & Readymade Garments 89464 Wood & Wooden products 18221 Paper & Paper Products 21719 Leather & Fur Products 10522 Rubber & Plastic Products 14073 Chemical & Chemical Products 17453 Non-Metallic Mineral Products 12776 Basic Metal Products 5357 Metal Products & parts 21740 Machinery & Parts except electrical 27554 Electrical Machinery & Aparatus 11627 Transport equipments & parts 10934 Other Manufacturing Industries 58777 TOTAL 387597 Source : Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce. Chennai. Similarly growth in investment in SSI was gradual from 1991-92 to 1993-94 and then registered a good jump in 1994-95 and maintained the tempo upto 2000-2001. again it achieved impressive growth upto 2000-2001. SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN TAMILNADU AS ON 31. Production from SSI units registered a gradual growth from 1991-92 to 1993-94 and peaked in 1994-95 and again maintained the growth as before. Employment generation in SSI was impressive in 1991 to 1994 and then maintained gradual growth upto 1997.3.49 The above table reveals that the growth in number of units was gradual from 1991-92 to 2000-2001. Tobacco & Tobacco products 2750 Cotton Textiles 24453 Wool.2001 Details of Classification Industry Group No. of Units 2 3 Code No. .
Manufacturing Industries A look at the group-wise classification of SSI shows (group 26) Hosiery and Readymade Garments units top the list with 78. Share of all other groups are of single digit and the share of (group 25) Jute.002 units. Then (group 38) Other Manufacturing industries is far behind with 50.50 Major SSI Sector in Tamilnadu 58777 37152 27554 24453 89464 Food & food products Hosiery & Readymade Garments Cotton Textiles Machinery & Parts except electrical Misc.257 units and closely followed by (group 20-21) Food Products with 35.964 units accounting for a little over 22.2% of the total number of units. Tobacco & Tabacco Products are below 1%. . Hemp and Mesla Products and (group 22) Beverages.
2 % 31 88.0 % 1.3 % 3. 5.6 % 0.6 % 2.2 % 3. Investment Range (Rs.4 % 4.4 % 3.1999 Sl.6 % 5.9 % 3.4 % 3. 20-21 89.0 % 24 86.7 % 1.0 % 0. Chennai.0 % 2. 16.7 % 3.0 % 34 95.6 % 22 94.0 % 1.0 % 1.7 % 1.2 % 1.9 % 0.4 % 4.8 % 2.0 % 0.8 % 2.5 % 3.7 % 2.1 % 2. 12.3 % 35 94.2 % 23 87.9 % 0.1 % 0.7% 3. 9.5 % 5.8 % 37 90.1 % 3.3.9 % 5.51 Product Group-wise Investment Range of Regd.7 % 29 91.3 % 1.5 % 0.6 % 32 88.6 % 1.0 % 2.1 % 1.8 % 1.0 % 1.2 % 33 83.5 % 1.0 % 1. In lakhs) Two Digit Code Less than 5 lakhs 5.4 % 3.3 % 30 88.0 % 0.2 % 28 91.1 % 3.0 % 2.8 % 26 92.9 % 0.9 % 2. 11. 13. 2.5 % 1. 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % Percentage-wise % Investment Range of SSI in 3 T a m ilnadu 1% 2% 2% 92% < 5 lakh 5 -10 lakh 1 0 -25 lakh 2 5 -50 lakh > 5 0 lakh . 6.8 % 1.3 % 2.9 % 38 93. 4.3 % 0.1 – 10 lakhs 10 – 25 lakhs 25 – 50 lakhs More than 50 lakhs 5.0 % 2.9 % 0. 14.3 % Source: Directorate of Industries & Commerce.0 % 1.0 % 1.2 % 4.8 % 4.5 % Total 91. No.3 % 2.3 % 36 92.9 % 4. 3.3 % 4.9 % 1.6 % 2.7 % 3. 10.1 % 2.1 % 3.5 % 2.2 % 1.5 % 0. 15.8 % 2.7 % 3. 18. SSI units (in Percentage) of Tamil Nadu as on 31.2 % Total 1.2 % 0.2 % 2.8 % 0. 8.0 % 3.7 % 0. 7.2 % 25 94. 17.2 % 27 93.
. Details of Classification Industry Group 1 2021 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 2 Food and food products Beverages. Chennai.52 District-wise and Industry-wise Classification of Small Scale Industries in Tamilnadu (As on 31st March 2000) Dharmapuri Coimbatore Cuddalore Kancheepuram Kanniyakumari Virudhunagar Chennai 11 1628 118 85 30 25 5898 673 4909 1710 2196 1499 663 726 4225 4004 2426 1612 4255 36682 Dindigul 5 1308 67 239 53 3 3274 270 320 551 301 176 343 56 547 505 126 78 1618 9835 Code No. Hemp and Mesta Products Hosiery and Readymade Garments Wood and Wooden products Paper and Paper Products Leather and Fur Products Rubber and Plastic Products Chemical and Chemical Products Non-Metallic Mineral Products Basic Metal Products Metal Products and parts Machinery and Parts except electrical Electrical Machinery & Aparatus Transport equipments and parts Other Manufacturing Industries TOTAL 3 2030 164 521 130 11 3800 580 644 1208 394 1171 432 246 1060 1066 995 523 2495 17470 Vellore 4 2192 170 28 7 0 1890 875 604 235 238 329 638 49 487 613 125 996 2969 12445 6 1876 122 575 129 29 3299 997 1457 1056 1535 1996 1992 991 3012 4486 1346 1094 2510 28502 7 1143 129 4888 122 38 12970 702 1442 655 1603 700 774 1224 2377 4394 1690 759 3985 39595 8 2164 81 346 386 11 1690 554 504 416 269 485 345 107 343 923 457 683 1143 10907 9 984 56 445 210 4 1823 4531 2722 44 509 4140 198 60 463 301 64 75 2231 18860 10 1112 62 30 3 1 2692 931 443 324 427 371 498 10 592 177 258 34 1353 9318 Source : Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce. Tobacco & Tobacco products Cotton Textiles Wool. Silk & Synthetic Fibre Textiles Jute.
Tobacco & Tobacco products Cotton Textiles Wool.53 District-wise and Industry-wise Classification of Small Scale Industries In Tamilnadu (As on 31st March 2000) Puduk-kotai Sivagangai Udagaman Thanjavur Ramanthapuram Madurai Code No. Details of Classification Industry Group Salem 1 2021 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 2 Food and food products Beverages. Chennai. Trichy Erode . Silk & Synthetic Fibre Textiles Jute. Hemp and Mesta Products Hosiery and Readymade Garments Wood and Wooden products Paper and Paper Products Leather and Fur Products Rubber and Plastic Products Chemical and Chemical Products Non-Metallic Mineral Products Basic Metal Products Metal Products and parts Machinery and Parts except electrical Electrical Machinery & Aparatus Transport equipments and parts Other Manufacturing Industries TOTAL 12 1931 92 506 185 27 4652 670 1370 300 937 827 489 270 1559 1314 560 425 3502 1961 6 13 59 8 5 0 1 12 10 13 31 4 44 60 53 15 0 15 0 17 20 1 11 8 13 0 64 7 33 78 14 874 42 52 9 2 1492 284 275 179 217 165 320 112 423 151 87 99 1152 5935 15 2908 584 5001 217 113 4631 312 544 530 125 527 450 402 418 1064 234 424 2528 21012 16 996 83 26 31 0 2407 404 272 34 239 312 548 115 461 391 354 585 1264 8522 17 536 39 20 33 0 1682 190 151 148 102 104 97 13 226 116 127 91 766 4441 18 3646 248 8680 685 22 8657 940 1152 378 716 514 1014 131 846 1937 560 1065 2578 33769 19 1194 101 45 254 0 1027 387 522 505 454 288 246 94 780 408 108 44 2056 8513 20 1847 193 830 24 0 3742 685 885 445 757 549 1066 118 746 1076 258 262 1441 14924 Source : Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce.
Thoothukudi Perambalur Theni 1 20-21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Total 21 1090 132 293 0 0 2651 422 550 194 381 664 542 64 606 627 37 19 2340 10612 22 1055 29 52 2 1 2656 640 378 226 273 1199 194 25 159 315 408 577 2197 10386 23 1340 34 147 86 1 588 241 197 145 138 114 148 45 149 271 73 8 926 4651 24 1012 92 19 63 1 586 279 331 119 193 220 172 56 502 313 233 258 1031 5480 25 409 5 76 0 0 1014 128 179 132 138 58 54 5 53 124 69 86 1075 3605 26 149 8 252 7 16 1363 38 55 42 505 17 85 16 18 50 69 19 240 2949 Karur 27 238 9 1 0 0 222 37 23 62 21 9 30 1 58 33 1 2 241 988 28 166 0 36 0 0 948 78 62 23 5 41 44 4 22 16 97 6 656 2204 29 304 1 386 0 0 1307 61 62 138 63 24 32 9 21 98 7 26 529 3068 30 151 3 73 1 2 724 162 390 146 371 191 126 114 445 1046 76 98 2077 6196 31 121 11 1 2 0 266 36 32 17 13 13 21 4 25 34 12 16 452 1076 32 35002 2680 23653 2670 319 78964 16421 20519 10022 13173 16853 11576 5067 20640 26054 10975 10094 50257 354939 Total .54 District-wise and Industry-wise Classification of Small Scale Industries In Tamilnadu (As on 31st March 2000) Villupuram Thiruvallur Tirunelveli Thiruvarur Namakkal Thiruvannamalai Nagapattinam Code No.
19 21. Amount 11 4.48 627. Bankers should also keep a close watch on the operation of accounts by the units so as to identify sickness at the early stage and take corrective steps. of A/cs .78 No.11 408.18 46.55 Data on Sick-SSI Units – Position as on 30th September 2000 Detailed information on sick-SSI units is furnished in the following table.74 545.05%) are classified as nonviable.05 3. of A/cs No. Out of 696 sick and viable units in Tamil Nadu.01 103.23 8 4253 5490 1048 10791 Based pm the above data. the following points emerge: 1) As per available information. Nursing Programme should be taken up within three to six months from the date of considering the unit as sick.72 No.60 9.87 365. Amount 9 100. 2) Of the 10791 units identified as sick. only 252 units have been placed under nursing programme.05 21.56 35.19 119. of A/cs No. 4) Efforts should be made by banks in timely submission of the data and putting all viable unit under nursing programme at the earliest so as to help the deserving cases.825 units (91.62 6 201 60 9 270 7 11. 9.56 13.93 4 3661 5270 894 9825 5 76. there are 10791 sick-SSI units in the State of Tamil Nadu. of A/cs No. banks should take potentially viable units for rehabilitation.62 2. 3) As per RBI guidelines. A summary of the data received from the banks for the position as on 30 September 2000 is as follows: (Amount in Crores of Rupees) Name of the Bank Potentially viable sick SSI units Amount Non-viable sick SSI units Viability Yet to be decided Amount Total sick SSI units Of viable unit those put under nursing. of A/cs 10 186 58 8 252 Amount 1 State Bank Group Public Sector Banks Private Sector Banks Total 2 391 160 145 696 3 12.07 16.
4 4.1 Year 1 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 Mining 2 21.2 7.0 4.2 Manufacturing 3 6.6 14.8 -0.5 -1. Another common feature noticed was the growth has been highly unstable in all the three sectors and of all the sectors.0 -4. Chennai – 600 006.7 -3.56 GROWTH OF INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION PLAN PERIOD (Base Year 1993-94=100) (Growth in Percent) Electricity Overall 4 5 17.3 4.3 9.4 6.2 9.9 Source: Directorate of Economics and Statistics.8 6.5 1.8 4.5 -3.8 1. .4 5.5 1.9 5. From the above table it is noticed that in general during 1997-98 all the two sector have fallen quite sharply compared to 1996-97 and peak in all the sectors was 1994-95. manufacturing sector has fared very badly.6 13.
4 134.55 94.1 20-21 22 23 24 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35-36 37 38 40 * Relating to selected Factories Registered under 2m(I) and 2m(ii) of Factories Act1948 Source: Department of Economics and Statistics.2 151.62 38.2 139.7 141.9 158. Chennai-600 006.4 1997-98 7 128.2 134.69 60.6 114.9 94.2 136.4 111.2 126.0 151.00 14.68 12. Plastic.8 134.3 105.9 33.5 514.3 133. .5 133.6 108.5 100.6 168.2 351.3 91. Publishing and Allied Industries Manufacture of Leather Products Manufacture of Chemicals and Chemical Products Manufacture of Rubber.80 2.8 98.9 146.3 126.2 107.0 265.4 106. Tobacco and Tobacco Products Manufacture of Cotton Textiles Manufacture of Wool.2 99.21 0.21 920.0 120.0 90.8 109.4 125.3 139.2 114.8 80.92 45.5 176.2 137.70 124.2 131.6 85.04 41.94 62.9 110.5 117.9 103.7 1999-2000 9 130.5 98.17 1000.1 107.2 147.8 141.6 137.9 229.5 132.8 158.7 102.6 475.5 94.9 126.8 121.31 19.1 98.01 1.1 342.8 1998-99 8 124.4 153.0 113.13 67.3 177.26 86.6 122.8 92.0 80.2 159.57 INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION BY INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (AT 2 DIGIT LEVEL) Base Year 1993-94=100 Code No.7 154.0 119.8 67.2 137.5 162.8 145.00 1996-97 6 121.94 16.7 84.1 13.1 106. Printing.3 177.6 91. 1 10 11 13 15 Description 2 MINING Coal Mining Petroleum Crude and Natural Gas Metal Ore Mining Other Mining Index MANUFACTURING * Manufacture of Food Products Manufacture of Beverages.2 113.1 264. Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacture of Non-Metallic Mineral Products Manufacture of Basic Metal and Alloy Industries Manufacture of Metal Products and Parts except Machinery Manufacture of Machinery and Equipments other than Transport Equipment Manufacture of Transport Equipments and Parts Other Manufacturing Industries Index ELECTRICITY Electricity INDEX General Index Weight 3 8.95 94.17 67.5 109.0 77.2 149.5 316.5 162.4 109.85 184.6 132.4 112.7 156.2 124. Silk and Synthetic Fibre Textiles Manufacture of Textile Products other than Mills Manufacture of Paper and Paper Products.7 99.5 54.5 114.4 130.8 108.
Diseconomies of scales of production and operations. SSI Associations. 6. Poor resilience due to narrow product range. 1. 2. there are a number of products that are produced by both SSI and non-SSI sectors with resultant competition. Limited financial resources. Smallness by itself brings a few problems an understanding of which is vital for helping development of this sector.. Bankers. Problems faced by Small Scale Industries Extensive discussions held with the officials of various District Industries Centre.58 In the above table. Office bearers of Chamber of Commerce and other promoters of large-scale units revealed a number of crucial problems confronting the industry. . One common feature noticed is that in the first two years almost all the groups have shown improvement while in the subsequent year except paper and non-metalic products all others have lost the momentum. 4. cheaper or near-obsolete technology and lack of R & D. Some of these problems have to be tacked by the government and others were to be solved by industries themselves. Lack of managerial skills. It was also observed that the solutions to these problems also varied accordingly. Even so. Non-government organisations. 5. 3. Relationship with larger units particularly in the case of ancillaries and subcontractors. 7. it is noticed that except paper and non-metalic products all other groups have registered a decline in production. It very often is a question of the big fist swallowing the small. Lack of attention to executive development. it must be admitted that some concern for this aspect has been exercised in the selection and reservation of items of SSI as part of the Industrial Policy. Lack of adequate systems for day-to-day management.
followed by effective fund management by the industry can thus ensure that the sales targets are achieved and repayment obligations. powerloom and spinning units. if any. Large-scale units express that their financial requirements are met sufficiently by the bankers. thus placing the industries in a quandary Power Power cuts are often hampering the production schedule of many units. Finance There has been divergent views expressed regarding the availability of credit. . The insistence on collateral securities at an exorbitant level by the bankers has upset many people. Uninformed power cuts devour precious raw material in progress besides causing damage to the machines as well. However. Even those who have installed the sets are facing high cost production situation. Some of the units which have installed sophisticated foreign machines engaged in the manufacture of critical items are the most hit.59 Manpower Requirement There has been large-scale movement of agriculture workers from rural areas to semi-urban and urban areas to take up assured wage-works. are adhered to. Installation of generator sets is not with in the reach of all the industrialists. Industries normally have limited sources of funds to meet their working capital requirements and often look to banks to meet a substantial portion of these needs. Most of them found employment in readymade garments. Proper assessment by the bankers. after a period of one or two years these skilled labour shift their loyalty from one unit to another suddenly. Some of the small-scale industrialists have reported that their working capital requirements were not met fully.
. causing great strain and tension. Porters are engaged for shifting the yarn as well as cloth manufactured in the small-scale industries. Many a time these units are forced to move courts on account of this.60 Employees State Insurance Small-scale textile processors encounter peculiar problems with the monitoring and regulating agencies as well. The small-scale industrialists are finding it very difficult to digest these actions of the officials. These porters as well as the casual workers employed inside the factory for folding on contract basis are often included in the muster roll of the respective units during the surprise checks carried out by the factory inspectors. They have deployed causal labour in loading and unloading of goods.
Even though the Government and RBI have taken various steps over the years.2000 in the country. This sector suffers from the lack of economies of scale. Growth of Specialised SSI Branches The Govt. had identified 85 districts in the country as a whole for setting up Specialised SSI branches immediately and to extend the scheme in future in places where SSI units are concentrated. 1991. in the context of liberalization and growing domestic and international competition this sector needs support through promotional policies of credit and technology. Moreover. the absence of which in the past led to several bottlenecks. Considering the role played by this sector Government provides various schemes for the betterment and growth of this sector. the Govt.3. SSI bank branches were in operation as on 31. The committee found that the banks have not adequately served the SSI sector for their working capital needs and recommended that there is a need for setting up of 'Specialised Bank Branches' for the SSI sector. 389 Spl.61 Performance of Specialised SSI Bank Branches in Tamil Nadu in 2000-01 The small scale industries sector plays a vital role in the nation building. of India constituted the Nayak Committee in Dec.3. At present more and more SSI branches are added either by opening new branches or by converting existing branches into . In Tamilnadu 36 Specialised SSI branches were opened in the first phase as on 31. SSI sector’s problem of adequate credit availability still remains unsolved. unlike the large-scale units. To examine the adequacy of institutional credit for the SSI sector and relate problems and also to suggest ways for improving the credit flow to the sector.1997. A major and persistent problem faced by the SSI sector is non-availability of timely and adequate credit from the lending institutions.
62 Specialised SSI branches in places were SSI units are concentrated in the state.28 Other Important Findings of our Survey Ø Ø Ø 38.85 238.08 665.42 61. 46 Spl.67 61.93 113. 8.39 1. 6. 9.05 191.19 1.465.00 41. 2. SSI branches were functioning in the state as on 1.4.2000. in lakhs) Average amount disbursed per branch (Rs.33 452.99 294.379.38 689.02 68.25 64.61 % in the flow of credit to the SSI sector from Specialised SSI branches in 2000-01 noticed.94 3. 12.97 628. 4.00 41.5 %). There is a fall in the average amount disbursed per branch to the SSI Sector by 40 % during 2000-01 over the previous year.25 32. 3. Name of the bank Group No.85 952. 10. in lakhs) 1. 11. of SSI branches (Responded only ) Amount disbursed (Rs. Group-wise Performance is given below: GROUP-WISE PERFORMANCE Sl No. 5. 12 banks in the public sector have opened up Specialised SSI branches in Tamilnadu.82 332. . 7.144.97 294.727.07 273. State bank of India Bank of Baroda Canara bank Bank of India Corporation bank Union bank of India Indian Overseas bank Indian bank Central bank of India Andhra bank Vijaya bank Dena bank 9 2 5 2 1 4 9 4 4 1 1 2 6. Loan applications were disposed off within 6 weeks ( 84.55 718.
the average SSI advances per branch of the Specialised SSI branches branch was over 2 times that of the all commercial banks in the public sector.63 Ø Ø Ø Ø Six of the branches have disbursed less than Rs. 25 lakhs during the entire year to this sector. This has restricted the volume of credit available to the SSI sector. conclude. The Refinancing scheme of SIDBI has not at all been utilised by any of the SSI branches during the year. Inspite of the above problems. therefore. Thirteen (13) of the branches lack technical personnel to assess the viability of the projects. . Concerted efforts need to be taken in their case to concentrate more on the SSI sector. which is a cause for concern. Seven branches do not have trained staff to serve the SSI sector. Four Specialised SSI branches had contributed less than 25 % of their total credit to the SSI sector. “Promotion of Specialised SSI branches will Ø Ø definitely increase the credit flow to the SSI sector and so more and more Specialised SSI Branches should be established”. We can.
tetra packed pathaneer. in active collaboration with the DIC. drumstick. Tirunelveli. Major crops of the district include paddy. oleoresin from curry leaves. will be of interest not only to SISI but also to other agencies converned with the promotion of small-scale industries such as DIC. coconut based industries like coconut milk powder. It is with this objective that the SISI. Lead Bank of the district and also the Industrialists. banana. Horticulture products like guava. etc. tomato. Chennai. entrepreneurial skill. cotton. such as palmgur. groundnut. semai velerukkai are grown extensively. citrus based. Ramanathapuram. palm. it is hoped. NABARD. Dharmapuri. aromatic oil from lemon grass. Other industries such as jasmine concrete. lemon. infrastructure facilities. rubberized coir. Erode. During the course of the fieldwork. Other Financial Institutions and also prospective entrepreneurs. reports are presented in the following paragraphs: Synopsis of the Tirunelvei District Tirunelveli is predominately agricultural oriented district. Electricity Board and Representatives of various Associations. pharmaceutical from the herbs. Lead Bank. etc. Chennai took up the Industrial Potential Survey of seven districts of Tamil Nadu during 2001-02 viz. sugarcane. officers of State Government Departments..64 Industrial Potential Survey Reports 2001-2002 (Edition) Industrial development of an area depends upon factors like availability of resources both human and material. Dindugal and Chennai. The first prerequeisite to accomplish this task by the SISI is to have a first hand assessment of the problems and prospects for these industries in a particular district of the State to decide the direction of its promotional efforts to formulate a realistic approach. mango. the team had discussion at the district level and block level. The findings of the Survey presented in this Report. etc. Cuddalore. oleoresin from chillies. Limestone and garnet sand are the major minerals available in the district. . All the above agricultural and horticultural products offer scope for agro-based industries. The Survey was undertaken by a team of officers from the SISI. pulses. onion.
jackfruit. It is expected to bring in investment worth several thousand crores of rupees in this area. silical and ceramic industries have also been found more suitable in Cuddalore district. As the district is a leading cashew producer. pulses.. Since coconut is extensively cultivated in certain areas. tapiocaa. The rural economy is characterized by predominance of seasonal crops like paddy. Preliminary work has already been initiated. there is good scope for rural industrialization. Salt and mineral based industries. millets. groundnut. Handicrafts items like coir mats. chlorinated xylenol and also industrial grade bitumen from lignite tar can also be established based on Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC). Dry land horticulture crops are also cultivated widely in the district. Agro processing and food based industrial units can be promoted on a larger scale because of predominance of paddy. Nanguneri in this district has been selected as special economic zone. sugarcane. and woodcarving offer scope for export. coir based industries have more scope for promotion. Though this district is agrarian based. . Mineral based units such as lime production. can be started. jute products. etc. Ancillary units based on sugar and confectionery and yarn and cotton textile units have also been found viable in the district. etc. oilseeds.65 drumstick powder. groundnut. tapioca. Industrial activities such as high strength building bricks from surface clay and cleaning powder from fly ash. etc. marine-based industries like manufacture of white ice and fish meal have been found more scope in the district. processing of export quality cashewnut units and cashewnut oil extraction units can be established in Panruti block. Cuddalore District Agriculture is the main economic activity of the people in Cuddalore district.
packaging and food-based industries because of the availability of cold storage facilities. The district is performing well in agriculture as well as in industry. floriculture. software services. pisciculture. The district is not having a great mineral wealth. tourism. well laid roads. floriculture. railway lines. Product identified for Erode district are agro-based industries. Erode District Erode district is fulfilling all the basic minimum requirements for industrial developments. Chennai is the financial capital of South India with 757 bank branches of difference banks. SIDCO has three industrial estates and there is a scope for setting up industrial complexes for particular group of industries in the existing industrial Estates. an international airport and a port with single window clearance for exporters and a good telecom facility. infrastucture facilities available in the district are adequate. telecommunication and Information Technology Industries with the assistance of highly skilled man power available in the field. entertainment and recreation based industries. Chennai has all the infrastructures like. . readymade garments with export thrust. The Information Technology Park will give opportunity for setting up electronic. The existing large-scale textile units in the district offer limited scope for the development of ancillary industries. textiles. There is no problem in availability of skilled labour thanks to Entrepreneurial talent is available. The Survey has identified that there is scope for Industries in leather products. However. The industries based on these minerals are not established so far. mineral based products.66 Chennai District Availability of infrastructure facilities determines the pace of economic development of a region. leather based industries. jute products. sericulture. mechanical. chemical based industries. and milk products. it has a fine quality of feldspar and quart. horticulture based products. dairy farming. The privatization of technical education. bio-mas based power generation. electrical and electronics based industries.
cottage and village industries using locally available resources in other parts also. etc. etc. etc.. Ramanathapuram District In most part district soil is nitrogen deficient. medicinal herbs plantation. agricultural products like paddy. especially electronic communication and related industries and tourism. The strength of the district lies in its horticulture resources. There are no perennial rivers. which offer scope for industrial use. sugarcane. It is a mono-cropped area with 90% of irrigation through tanks wholly depending upon monsoon rains for cultivation. generated from Biomass and Solar Energy. Sand . A small portion of alluvial soil is found in Kamuthi. offer enormous scope for development. and millets. etc. Existing large-scale units in the district offer limited scope for the development of ancillary industries as they themselves face the onslaught of competition from the international market. Herbal based industries.. The mineral deposits in the district are river sand and brick earth. Brick manufacturing is the on going major industrial project in the district. Paddy and chillies are the major crops grown in the district. groundnut. cold storage. Service oriented industries. A lot of scope exists for starting small scale. saline and alkaline black clay.. packing materials. industrial projects having scope in the district are aloevera gel and powder. Still there is good scope for development of auto ancillaries. chilly oleoresin. vermiculture. tapioca.67 Dharmapuri District Industrial development in Dharmapuri district is confined only to a few pockets like Hosur. cotton. Power entertainment industry. Though these resources have been utilized partly by the existing industries. Krishnagiri and Bargur blocks. Cotton and groundnut are also grown to some extent. The district is rich in granite reserves.. can be attempted in these District. in paper mills and chocolate units. in the district. Mudukulathur. Based on the availability of resources and demand. there is still scope for the development of more industries on this line. Paramakudi and Thiruvodanai taluks. Existing sugar mills provide good scope for development of industrial alcohol. Dharmapuri.
turkey red oil. plastic textile and automobile parts. The production of Art Silk was 10. The performance of rest of the cloth/item is insignificant. Fish dehydration.. paper cone manufacture. production of magnesium sulphate. The demand based industries such as dehydrated fruit manufacture.11% of the total handloom cloth production.4% of total handloom cloth production in 1999-2000. Natham and Palani taluks are having adequate supply of tamarind. Agro processing industries offer good scope for development among the non-traditional industries. Eucalyptus oil.574 metres accounting for 5. leather goods manufacturing. . From the below table it is clear that Cotton items takes a major share by accounting for 84. bate powder.68 lime bricks. Palmyrah based projects. citronella and lemon grass. Pet food out of fish waste. extract of wattle/balul. and Asbestos cement refractory. Dindigul District Traditionally. sodium sulphide and lime. cattle feed/poultry feed manufacturing. fruit/vegetable processing near Oddanchatram and oil extraction in Nilakottai are prominent. Rice bran oil. honey processing have a good potential. garlic acid. guava and mango. The district also offers scope for ancillary industries such as leather auxiliaries viz. the district is known for locks and leather. PVC pipe manufacturing. Those areas are ideally suited for setting up tamarind/mango processssing units. Kodaikanal offers very good scope for producing essential medicinal oils like geranium.
Curtain Cloth 13. Others TOTAL 1. Lungies TOTAL V. Chennai-6. Pillow covers 14. Sarees 3. Dhoties 2.ESTIMATED PRODUCTION OF HANDLOOM CLOTHS IN TAMIL NADU . Angavastrams 8. Lungies TOTAL IV. Shirtings 4. Angavastram 4. Lungies 4.POLYESTER 1. Sarees 3. Sarees 3. Bedspreads 7. Lungies 6.1999-2000 Variety of Cloth 1 I. COTTON Item 2 1. Others TOTAL 1. Pavadai and Dhavani 5. Dhoties 2. Coatings 10. Carpet 12. Shirtings 9.SILK III.ART SILK Source: Department of Economics and Statistics. Sarees 3. Gada 11. . Dhoties 2. Towels 4. Others TOTAL GRAND TOTAL Production in (`000' metres) 3 16442 64669 20495 1662 24800 5783 59 2316 3705 16555 1468 12 162 Nil 16320 174478 515 7032 125 10 224 7906 281 9899 331 34 29 10574 9 10015 10 10034 7 468 142 -617 206609 II. Pavadai and Dhavani 5.Pavadai and Dhavani 15. Dhoties 2. MIXTURE OF COTTON AND ART SILK 1. Dhoties 2. Sarees 3. Kerchiefs 5.
Chennai. .35 2 Wollen -142.66 25956.93 429.21 0.15 6 Fruit Processing 377.13 21559.75 * 16.23 45.52 7088.96 2 Polyvastra 1633.26 144.73 410.28 10958.39 0.17 4 Muslin 66.76 51227.44 2600.53 4366.20 0.30 0.44 TOTAL (A) 8222.01 15.34 0.1999-2000 Sl.64 211. VILLAGE INDUSTRIES (i) MINERAL BASED INDUSTRIES 1 Cottage Pottery 2290.99 5233.89 4 Agarbatti 730.06 455.29 62297.81 * Less than 500 Note: Performance Overall Tamil Nadu (includes performance of Madurai Region & MMS also) Source: The Director.15 216.25 111.14 0.88 * 36.17 (ii) FOREST BASED INDUSTRIES 1 Handmade Paper 296.01 0.I.13 228.17 53. KHADI 1 Cotton 2782. 1455.50 1097.27 0.83 5821.21 0.35 4976.51 --3 Silk 5373.97 3 Polymer & Chemical 118.P.00 0.60 323.05 (vi) TEXTILE INDUSTRIES 1 Textiles 579.15 405.27 5 Beekeeping 659.62 6840.35 2 Ghani Oil 7056.06 1427.23 0.03 30.42 3 Electronics 209.85 4 Palmgur 16483.20 588.53 (iii) POLYMER CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES 1 Village Leather 4800.in Lakhs) 5 Earnings (Rs.55 0.96 B.55 1261.22 1259.23 298.82 446.37 0.68 0.01 GRAND TOTAL 56619.59 2 Lime 1261.76 11410.22 10.20 3 Cottage Match 943.74 1.70 5.54 0.84 (C) MARGIN MONEY SCHEME (Chennai Region) 105.01 32.56 1615.25 118.93 909.01 33.84 0.59 0.10 763.78 10.41 3 Gur & Khandsari 313.89 0.70 18995.03 57.11 286.42 * 16.09 138.57 0.10 17.87 0.in Lakhs) Sales (Rs.16 1343.16 592.38 372.89 2 NEO Soap 1022.58 717.17 * 30.No.46 2907.68 (iv) AGRO BASED INDUSTRIES 1 P.25 (v) ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES & NON-CONVENTIONAL ENGINEERING 1 Carpentary & Blacksmithy 6547.C.47 0.45 0.65 493. Industry Production (Rs.47 2 Aluminium Utensils 52.55 TOTAL (B) 48291.05 93.32 2357.32 8 Fibre 421.75 0.95 (vii) SERVICE INDUSTRIES 455.47 1538.82 2 Cane & Bamboo 469.70 PERFORMANCE OF KHADI AND VILLAGE INDUSTRIES IN TAMIL NADU .in Lakhs) 1 2 3 4 6 A.77 4 Copper Brass & Bell Metal 41.33 7 Medicinal Plants Collection 70. Khadi and Village Industries Commission.01 65.82 997.in Lakhs) Employment (No.02 131.
the performance of agro-based and food industries stands out separately followed by Khadi industries. . Agro-based industries continue to be a major source of employment to the rural masses by offering employment to more than 7 lakhs persons. Khadi industries offer employment to more than half lakh persons.71 In the above table . Palmgur units performance is a highly outstanding and its tops in all the spheres.
80.00 lakhs for training 20.72 CHAPTER . . the Industries and Commerce Department was allotted a target of 25. Also steps have been initiated to consolidate the existing societies and their business activities. At one end there are the rural artisans and at the other end of the continuum are modern high-tech information and technology and biotech units.000 women under this Scheme through the District Industries Centres.000 women for 2001-2002. brick and synthetic diamond industries. It is a continuous process and much more remains to be done in the next four years.VI Role & Policy of State/Central Government Departments in the Promotion of SSI in Tamilnadu The SSI sector comprises Small Scale Industries.800 in the State. Out of this. Industrial Co-operative Societies The Industries and Commerce Department has industrial cooperative societies for tea. sago. In general. Entrepreneurial Training for Women Under the scheme of training five lakhs women in entrepreneurial skills in five years. Many new Societies are being formed and new area covered. There are 324 Industrial Cooperative societies with a total membership of 61. matches. The inevitability of this sector in the socio-economic welfare of the State is mainly due to its employment and income generation to the rural masses. cooperatisation of industrial activities has been rated as success in Tamil Nadu and it has helped various trades in the rural sector and this Government believes in cooperatisation of industrial activities particularly in the rural areas.000 women have been trainees under Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana. The department has spent Rs. This scheme will be continued during 2002-2003 also. lock. 5. coir. polythene. Tiny and Ancillary units.
15. and 9) Cost effective building material like Aluminium. d) Special Capital Investment Subsidy at 20% on fixed assets is also available to SSIs engaged in the following manufacturing activities anywhere in Tamil Nadu. .20.00 lakshs.15. subject to a maximum of Rs.20. These incentives and concessions are also available to units located in the Industrial Estates and Industrial Complexes sponsored by Government/Government Agencies.00 lakhs in all the areas of Tamil Ndu.73 Incentives to Small Scale Industries In order to promote Tiny and Rural Industries. 287 blocks in the State have been declared as Industrially Backwrd/Most Backward and SSIs located therein are eligible for grant of State Capital Subsidy.00 lakshs. 1) Auto Ancillaries 2) Drug and Pharmaceuticals 3) Food Processing Industries 4) Solar Energy Equipments 5) Gold and Diamond Jewellery (for Export only) 6) Jute Processing Industry (In 6 Selected Taluks only) 7) Pollution Control Equipments 8) Sports Goods and Accessories. electronic and leather industries subject to a maximum of Rs. i. b) SSIs located in the Most Backward Blocks are eligible for the State Capital Investment Subsidy at 20% subject to a maximum of Rs. c) Special Investment Subsidy at 20% on the fixed assets is available to SSIs engaged in thrust sectors. Low Tension Power Tariff Subsidy and other concessions.e. The various subsidies and incentives are listed below: a) SSIs located in Backward Blocks are eligible for the State Capital Investment Subsidy at 15% subject to a maximum of Rs.00 lakhs.
The Board meets once in three months to discuss policy issues on SSIs and their grievances and recommends to the Government for their redressal. are eligible for subsidy at 10% on investment of Plants subject to a maximum of Rs. f) SSI units. h) Low Tension Power Tariff Concession is given to SSIs for the first 3 years of their inception. The SSSSI Associations and the Officials of various departments serve as Members in the Board.74 e) Additional Capital Investment Subsidy of 5% is available to the SSIs located in the most backward/backward blocks which employ more than 30% women workers with a ceiling limit of Rs.00 lakhs. Under this scheme training is imparted in any trade in Government recoganised/approved institutions.5.00 lakhs.000 candidates are being assisted through this scheme. 30% and 20% of actual energy charges for the first. .00 lakhs.5. g) Geneator Subsidy at the rate of 15% on its cost is available to SSIs with an upper limit of Rs. An entrepreneur can give application to this committee for getting necessary clearance at one go. at the rate of 40%. For this year. which set up effluent treatment plants.2. Other Activities: Single Window Committee The District Single Window Committee has been formed having the District Collector as its Chairman. SSI Board A Small Scale Industries Board is functioning in the State under the Chairmanship of the Minister for Rural Industries. 20. second and third years respectively with location restrictions. Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana Scheme The Centrally Sponsored Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana Scheme is implemented to make educated unemployed youth to start their own business many of which are self-employment ventures.
this department is running various testing/servicing laboratories in electrical and electronics. Functional Industrial Estate There are 8 Functional Industrial estates for Electrical and Electronic industries. Delayed Payment Act Four Regional Facilitation Councils have been constituted at Coimbatore.. The following is the list of institutions.75 Testing Laboratories Private Testing Laboratories charge exorbitant rates when Small Scale Industries approach them for testing their raw materials. . Trichy. electro-medical equipment and chemical fields. State award for Women Entrepreneur. Tamilnadu Small Industries Development Corporation Limited Tamilnadu Small Industries Corporation Limited Tamilnadu Leather Development Corporation Ltd. products and processed materials under the provisions of statutory equirements. Madurai and Chennai where delay in payments to Small Scale Industries is adjudicated under the terms of the Delayed Payment Act. Ø Ø Ø Ø Directorate of Industries and Commerce. which are dedicated to the objective of support and promotion to small. tiny and rural industrial sector in Tamilnadu. Award for Quality products and for export oriented SSIs. Awards The State Government have instituted State-level and District-level awards for SSIs. To help Small Scale Industries for better testing on normal reduced rates. which have been established by the Directorate of Industries and Commerce.
v Offering various testing facilities for chemicals.76 Ø SIDO Offices and their functions in brief Their roles are briefly discussed below: Directorate of Industries & Commerce The Directorate of Industries and Commerce is the nodal Government agency responsible for planning and implementation of various programmes for small scale and tiny industries. Interest Free Sales Tax deferral/waiver for existing units. electrical. electronic gadgets and appliances. v Sanction and disbursement of various subsidies and incentives such as State Capital Subsidy. metallurgical. cottage & handicraft industries and Industrial Co-operative Societies. District Industries Centre have been reorganised and separate ESCORT support system has been introduced in each of the District Industries Centre. . In the past. sanctioning licence. Most of the operational powers have been delegated to the General Managers of District Industries Centres and time limits have been prescribed for various Government clearances necessary to an industry. v Conducting of Entrepreneur Development Programme (EDP). Margin Money Assistance for sick unit among small scale industries. It has acquired a development orientation now. v Implementation of Centrally sponsored schemes like self-employment programmes for the educated unemployed youth under Prime Minister's Rozgar Yojana scheme (PMRY). the role of the Directorate was most statutory and regulatory in nature. Generator Subsidy. and issue of raw materials during time of scarcity. The various activities undertaken by the Directorate are as follows: v Registration and promotion of small scale. In order to provide escort services to the SSI units effectively. metals. Power tariff subsidy.
v Proving Escort Services to the Entrepreneurs. Tamilnaduindcom. v Conducting of sample and comprehensive surveys. Declaration and Assistance to sick units. v Export promotion. v Maintenance of Special purpose Industrial Estates for Electrical and Electronics Industries. v For the convenience of the entrepreneurs to know the details of schemes and activities of this Department. v Development and promotion of cottage and handicrafts industries v Training facilities in the field of light engineering tool and die designing. v Identification of new areas with growth potential and providing familiarization and Incubator facilities to promising entrepreneurs. Internet Web-site facilities are available in the following address: 1. v Implementation of Quality Control Act on Electrical Household appliances. Tndic.org 2. machinery and scarce raw materials. v Identification.77 v Creating awareness of the various policies and programmes of the Government through seminars and dissemination meets. v Supervision of implementation of Special assiatnce schemes announced by Government in favour of small and tiny sector units.org District Industries Centres The District Industries Centres (DICs) are functioning in 28 Districts of Tamil Nadu. DICs . v Conducting of Techno-economic surveys. v Assistance for import of capital goods. to render all help to the entrepreneurs to set up Small Scale Industries. etc. except Chennai District where a Regional Joint Directorate is set up. v Providing entrepreneurial guidance through Data Bank and Information Centres and Technical Information Section attached to the DICs.
raw material allocations. Town Planning. Pollution Control Board. etc. To facilitate smooth establishment of small-scale units and to reduce procedural wrangles.. As per revised Policy. Public Health. the limit on investment in plant and machinery also shall be Rs. Factories and other Departments and getting power connection by the Single Window authority. Lengthy process hitherto insisted for issue of permanent Registration certificate has also been rationalised.000 units towards . components. The term SSI applied to units in which the total investment in plant and machinery does not exceed Rs. i. power subsidies and the like. the Small Scale Industries that are having investment upto Rs. The Registration procedures has been simplified and provisional registration can be secured even across the table on furnishing certain minimum required details.100 lakhs. The entrepreneurs are assisted in getting clearances from Local Bodies. SSI Registration The Primary objective of the Small Scale Industrial Policy approach of the Tamilnadu Government is to deregulate the sector with a view to remove all impediments in its growth and to ensure that the procedures and formalities do not affect the interests of the Small and Rural Enterprises. which are engaged in the manufacture of parts. fiscal incentives. the Government has launched Single Window Scheme.25 lakhs in plant and machineries (Original Purchase Price) is classified as Tiny enterprises. The target set for issue of permanent registration of SSI certificates for the year 1999-2000 is 30.100 lakhs.000 units and 50. In the case of Ancillary units. or rendering of services to the extent of not less than 50% of their production or services to one or more industrial undertakings. The SSI registration forms have also been simplified for this purpose. The DICs are expected to function as key conduits for information flowing from various channels for dissemination to local enterprises..e.78 administer the various incentive programmes such as capital subsidies.
The Small Scale Industries all over the State have welcomed this policy stand as a measure of support during the crises hours. To facilitate the Third All India Census of SSI units.5. and restored the purchase preference for Small Scale Industries units in the State which existed prior to February 1997 vide G.98 in respect of the revised list of 350 items. Nucleus Cell Nucleus Cell of this department is engaged in collection of statistics from the registered SSI units through Census and to update the data collected in the Census by means of sample surveys. 4. Government of India published a revised list of 350 items as reserved for exclusive purchase from the Small Scale Industries Units.2000. .03. 50% of the requirements shall be purchased by open tender and the balance may be purchased from Small Scale Industries units within the State at the lowest prices in the open tender.O. Finance (BPE) Department dated. 27.79 provisional registration.195. during 1997. Government of Tamilnadu reviewed its earlier orders taking into consideration the existing difficult phase through which the Small Scale Industries Units are passing through. Subsequently. Government issued orders that in respect of 474 items reserved for exclusive purchase from the Small Scale Industries units.817 provisional certificates have been issued. No. Ms.54. the frame lists of SSI units registered during the year 1992-93 to 1998-99 are completed.2000. Purchase preference to SSI Units Earlier. As on 31.3. So far 3.798 permanent SSI certificates and 43.061 Small and Tiny Units are registered in Tamilnadu upto 31.
1) Creation of Infrastructural Facilities & Provision of Worksheds One of the major activities of SIDCO is creation of infrastructural facilities like roads. It is also the policy of the Corporation to increase the coverage of basic raw materials in addition to opening . in the Industrial Estates. drainage. water supplies etc. SIDCO has been implementing a number of schemes for the promotion of Small Scale industries. particularly with a view to generate self employment. storm water drains. specially to entrepreneurs who are willing to start Small Scale Industries. SIDCO identifies and develops Industrial Estates at various locations and provides factory sheds of various sizes along with developed plots with all basic infrastructural facilities and allots them on easy instalment basis/outright sale basis.. electrical lights. educated (unemployed) youth and women entrepreneurs. 2) Distribution of key/scarce raw materials The Corporation’s endeavour is to ensure that the small scale units get their raw materials at competitive rate from its depots.80 Tamilnadu Small Industries Development Corporation Limited Tamil Nadu Small Industries Development Corporation Limited (TANSIDCO) a Government of Tamilnadu undertaking was established in October 1970 with the specific object of promoting and developing Small Scale Industries (SSIs) in Tamilnadu and to proliferate SSIs in backward and underdeveloped areas of the State. The main objective of this Corporation is to stimulate development of industries in the small scale sector with following promotional activities. in the State. technocrats. both direct and indirect. Also with the development of Small Scale Industries additional job opportunities have been created.
Under this scheme SIDCO makes payment to the units who have supplied the material to the Government Departments against accepted supply bills to the tune of 80% of the bill value and the balance amount is given after realisation of the amount from the Government Departments. wax. shall assist the units enrolled with SIDCO by developing web-sites for them and displaying their products on the web-sites and then marketing them effectively. in the purchase order. lead. SIDCO. The period of credit to SSI units may range from 45 to 90 days or the credit period provided for. This new scheme is hoped to solve the severe working capital problems faced by the SSI units. SIDCO charges a small commission for this. potassium chlorate.11. SIDCO envisages to execute orders worth of Rs. paper and IPCL products. zinc.1998 for assisting the small and medium units to find export marketing. . in collaboration with TANSTIAFNF. 3) Marketing Assistance Scheme The Corporation has taken up this scheme to assist SSI units to market their products at competitive rates without any working capital constraints. Sister concerns and DGS & D on behalf of the SSI units and obtains orders with advance payment. coke. SIDCO handles the following raw materials: Iron and steel. 4) Bill Discounting Assistance This Scheme is intended to mitigate the financial problems faced by SSI units due to delay in getting payment for their supplies to Government Departments/Undertakings. 5) Export Marketing Assistance A new scheme has been inaugurated on 2.500 lakhs for the year 1999-2000.81 more number of depots. Under this scheme. The scheme will cover bills raised by SSI units for supplies effected to Government Departments/Undertakings. the Corporation participates in the tenders floated by the State Government Departments.
Public Sector Undertakings as well as to general public. 3 project cells. 6) Captive Power Plants Realising the need for uninterrupted and good quality power supply. and 6 sales centres in TANSI’s fold. Presently there are 31 production units. In order to be easily accessible to the entrepreneurs and budding industrialists. Apart from the above units. . Tamil Nadu Paints and Allied Products Limited (TAPAP) and State Engineering and Servicing Company of Tamil Nadu Limited (SESCOT).. TANSI has been supplying goods and services to the State and Central Government Departments. Tamil Nadu Small Industries Corporation Limited Tamilnadu Small Industries Corporation Limited (TANSI) is a conglomerate of Small Industries Units started during initial Plan periods spread all over the State. SIDCO has opened more Branch Offices at most of the prominent Industrial Estates. TANSI is having two subsidiary companies viz.82 SIDCO has also been participating in the India International Trade Fair being conducted at New Delhi every year for generating Export enquiries for the benefit of SSI units. SIDCO has taken up the issue of establishing Captive Power Plants in major Industrial Estates. Till recently SIDCO has Branch Offices only at District level.
etc. thermal power stations. re-organisation/ re-structuring at Corporation Office. Steel furniture for domestic. Wooden furniture.83 Products The product lines of TANSI can be grouped as below: Group Structurals Product Lines Heavy structurals.. Cordial industrial relation is being maintained. panelling.I. microwave towers. C. office and hospital uses. spirit based products such as gasket shellac. etc. etc. etc. required by sugar mills. tower components required for high tension transmission lines. Machined and non-machined components. manufacture of Bunks.pipes and specials. interior decoration. cinema theatres. Engineering Foundry Furniture Miscellaneous Labour Relations Presently there are about 1218 employees including factory workers. godowns. picture Varnish. Manufacture of India Mark-II Deep well and VLDN hand pumps. Line materials for Electricity Board such as angle cross arms. Re-organisation To tone up the administration and to improve the performance of the organisation. cement factories. school buildings. Light structurals for factory sheds. Regional Office as well as the production units is under way. . stalls. assembly of watches of TITAN. sheet metal fabrication.
10 crores. Industrial Estate administered by the TALCO The Functional Industrial Estate for leather at Madhavaram was taken over by TALCO from SIDCO on 18.86... at reasonable rates.6. iii) Improving the skills and efficiency of small artisans in producing footwear and other leather goods. chemicals. At present 35 sheds are under occupation by entrepreneurs on ownership basis and one shed is retained by TALCO. and v) Assisting in dealing with the problems of tannery effluents which degrades soil and environment by establishing Common Effluent Treatment Plants at eight locations in Tamil Nadu.250 lakhs. iv) Affording infrastructural facilities to prospective entrepreneurs in Leather Industry. . (TALCO) was incorporated as a Government Company in March 1983 with an authorised share capital of Rs. etc. ii) Assisting artisans engaged in the manufacture of footwear and leather goods by providing a market link. TALCO administers the Estate attending to maintenance by collecting maintenance charges from shed owners. The equity participation by Government of Tamil Nadu as on date is Rs.84 Tamil Nadu Leather Development Corporation Limited Tamil Nadu Leather Development Corporation Ltd. Objectives To develop Leather Industry in Tamil Nadu by i) supplying small tanners by supplying raw materials.
Vaniyambadi. Government of India.85 Role of TALCO To supply materials such as chemicals and imported wattle extract to small tanners at reasonable rates. 2) Talco Tannery. Madhavaram. Tiruchirapalli and Ranipet. Vinnamngalam. The turnover of the Material Banks contribute a major portion of total sales of the Corporation. under Ministry of Industry. Pallavaram. Small Industries Service Institute and its Branches Background Small Industries Service Institute (SISI). Research Development and Design Institutes. Tool Rooms and Foot-wear Training Institutes situated in various States and Union Territories. 3) Talco Leather Works. The SISI at . Pernambut. The two Procurement Centres one at Perambur and the other at Salem are functioning to help the artisans. Regional Testing Centres. Material Banks of TALCO are functioning at Dindugul. SIDO is the apex body concerned with formulating the policy and co-ordinating the institutional activities both at Central and State levels for implementing the programmes for development of small scale industries and creation of infrastructure for sustained and organised growth of small scale industries. SIDO is a wing of the Ministry of Small Scale Industries and Agro & Rural Industries and is headed by Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner (SSI). 1) Talco Tannery. 4) Talco Leather Works. Branch SISIs. Chennai functions under Small Industries Development Organisation (SIDO) set up in 1954. Perambur. Specialised Training. Leather Units The four Leather units under the control of TANSI were transferred to TALCO in April 1986. It aims at achieving these through a net work of Small Industries Service Institutes (SISIs).
The follow up action taken on the EDPs has also been stream lined and is being given a higher level of priority. Industrial Management Division It has been ensured that Entrepreneurship Development Programmes are organized in all the districts of the State every year for the benefit of educated unemployed men and women. Issue of certificates has been computerized. It acts as nodal point for liaison with SSI Board as a whole on various policies concerned with small scale sector.86 Chennai covers Tamilnadu and Union Territory of Pondicherry. . It also updates State level profiles for small industries of Tamilnadu and Union Territory of Pondicherry every year. Tuticorin.I. This division has been preparing techno-economic survey for various districts in liaison with District Industries Centres and the Director of Industries of the Government of Tamilnadu and Union Territory of Pondicherry. Division This division attends to conducting market survey for various products/ services for which preparation of project reports are undertaken by the SISI. Activities of the Divisions E. The specially designed software “Training Information System” is an effective tool to keep track of the follow up activities. It also coordinates collection of data for Index of Industrial Production concerning SSIs. SISI. It has branches at Coimbatore and Tuticorin with a Workshop functioning at Tirunelveli under the Br.
Training programmes of varied duration are organized in General Engineering. planning and shaping. surface grinding. thread cutting. s Prog. s trained trained trained trained 44 1717 50 1724 41 1352 40 1375 10 265 10 194 10 319 10 233 4 464 2 230 2 428 7 439 EDP MDP Motivation Seminars Besides undertaking job works in machining. . are conducted to benefit the existing industrialists. Leather products and carpentry. NABARD. A CNC Vertical Machining Centre installed is strengthening SISI in its endeavour to cater to the needy SSIs in a modern way. finance. Technical Training Programmes/Job works Activity 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-2001 No. arranging seminars and conducting export oriented programmes. communication skills. Apart from these motivation seminars need-based training programmes at the behest of SIDBI. identifying export worthy products and initiating measures for export promotion. Export Promotion This division is devoted to dissemination of information on export possibilities to the small industries. s Prog. die works and high precision works are entertained using the CNC Wirecut EDM. milling. No. Screen Printing. No. No. of No.. cylindrical grinding. No. s Prog. of No. TAHDCO and other agencies are also organized.87 Management Development Programmes on specialized fields like marketing. of No. of of Person of Person of Person of Person Prog. etc.
. vendors for large scale industries. Complete data on the qualitative and quantitative potential of 2000 and odd small scale industries registered as members of the Exchange is computerised and monitored by the Exchange. Division This division undertakes all promotional work pertaining to mechanical engineering industries like preparation of project profiles. in-plant study. Marketing assistance to small scale industries is provided by mailing to the members of computerised tender information for the demand of Railways and other Government departments and public sector undertakings. organising workshops/conducting feasibility study. Metal Finishing. and also provide many short-term training programmes in the field like Screen Printing. SENET is Small Enterprises Information and Resource Centre Net Work – an inter net project launches by Office of the Development Commissioner (SSI). The division organises periodical buyer-seller meets.88 Chemical/G & C/Metallurgy Divisions These divisions undertake all promotional work in their respective field like preparation of project profiles. organising workshops. organises transfer of technology through Technology Bureau of Small Enterprise (TBSE) registering and computerising the data on spare capacities of the small scale industries and exchanging it with the medium/ large scale industries. etc. etc. technical consultancy. Ancillary/Senet Division The Tamilnadu Sub-Contract Exchange of the Ancillary/SENET division has been created to render services to both small and large scale industries and also with a view to augment the scope of development of ancillary and sub-contracted industries. develops. pertaining to mechanising discipline. in-plant study. SENET aims to pioneer. feasibility study. Mechanical Engg. create and . etc. Simple Chemicals. technical consultancy in the relevant field. New Delhi in April 1997.
Chennai. UNIDO normally engages NGOs only. UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organisation) has chosen TNSX of SISI as pilot subcontract for global Sub-contract Net work.89 promote databases and provide information services on products for small enterprise sectors. they made an exception to choose TNSX. but on the basis of performance. Courses Offered in the Training Centres of SISI Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Computer Training Courses Management Courses Travel & Tourism Personality Development Programme Interior Designing Executive Secretaryship Catering Technology Bakery & Confectionery Fashion Designing Textile Designing Printing & Dyeing Front Office Management & House Keeping Cookery & Bakery Cosmetology Food Production Food & Beverage Service Modern Knitting Technology Knitwear Quality Control and Tailoring .
Mount Road. Race View Tower. Purasawalkam. Chennai 2. Nungambakkam Chennai Padi 853. Adyar. Lakshmi Bala Hospital.College Road. 4. Peelamedu Coimbatore Dindigul 7 LGB Compound Mingles Rd. Chidambaram Coimbatore 1. Chennai Chidambaram 10.198 I Floor. SISI. LB Road. Dindigul Erode 68-A. Pachayappa School St.Chennai 50 Pazhavanthangal 16. Royapuram. III Floor. Royapettah High Road Mylapore. Chennai 20 Madipakkam 62/5. 71 Mount Road. Chennai 32 Adyar 73 I Floor. Avinashi Rd. West Tambaram. GST Rd. Thackers St. Old Bangalore Road. Br. Chennai 600091 Mount Road 23 Narasingapuram St. Patel Road. Coimbatore 2. Gandhi Road.SISI Campus. Chennai 32 Mylapore SMS Complex. Hosur Kancheepuram Pattuganapathy Complex 458.90 Computer Centres’ Addresses & Phone ADDRESS Guindy 1. Purasai High Rd. II Floor. Guindy. Padi. 65/1. Chennai Royapuram 512 TH Road. Purasawalkam. (044)2310722 (044)2313470 (044)2330637 (044)4422202 (044)2471722 (044)8533748 (044)4983707 (044)8278043 (044)6230670 (044)2310183 (044)5327057 (044)6415013 044) 5962078 (044) 2419138 22001 (0422)232099 (0422)233956 (0422)230426 (0422)561315 436717 219275 43735 34946 . Kanchipuram PHONE NO. Ram Nagar. Chennai 4 Nungambakkam 309 Valluvarkottam High Road. 9. Chennai 32 2. 473-A. Chennai 13 Tambaram Chandra Towers. Rajaji Rd. Madipakkam Main Road. MTH Road. Pazhavanthangal Chennai Purasawalkam 1. 386. Sathy Road Erode Hosur Ganesh Complex SBI ST. Shun complex.
Tiruneveli Palayamkottai No. 52.13.91 ADDRESS Kumbakonam 182 II Floor. Ratna Complex. Tindivanam High Road Pondicherry Pudukottai 3211. Williams Rd.61643 342137 581014 22809 415319 328076 322345 212889 (04563)532396 25784 25744 04364-42939 9842472004 9842423885 34940 . Madurai 625001 Marthandam opp. K Pudur. Tiruvidaimaruthur Road. Namakkal 1 Thiruvallur Rajaji Salai. Kamaraj Nagar.Trichy Turticorin SISI. Pennagaram Rd.Pettai. Dharmapuri 636701 Arni 55. Sivapuram Towers. K P Road. East Main Road AVM Complex.P. Officers Line. II Floor. R. Vellore Rajapalayam 138 F. Palayamkottai 627 002 Tiruvannamalai 66. Theni 625531 Tirunelveli Genl Engg. I Floor. Thanjavur Theni 16 A. Arni Mayiladuthurai 1/B-1 State Bank Road.Salem Thanjavur 927 I Floor. North Veli St. Tiruchendur Road. 76. Nagercoil Pondicherry SISI.LMS Girls Hr. Pudukottai Salem II Floor. Tiruvannamalai Trichy TAB Complex. 433743 (0452) 561767 (0452)747422 672828 24690 254527 26600 430087 39372 04546 . Thattanchavadi Indl Estate. P K G Complex. Rajeshwari Theatre. SKM Complex. Lavenjipuram. Madurai 2.Complex.20 North High Ground Road. Paramathi Rd. NPR Jewellers Complex. I Floor Lakshmi Theatre Complex. CGE Colony. Thallaipuram. Kumbakonam Madurai 1. S M Road. PLK Towers. II Floor. Indl Estate.Secy School Main Road. Thiruvallur PHONE NO. Kattabomman St. II Floor. East Main St. Marthandam Nagercoil 158. Palaniappa Building. W/s. Tuticorin Vellore B-26. Rajapalayam Dharmapuri No. 7&8 Indl Estate. Mayiladuthurai 609001 Namakkal 26. Five Rd.
Main Road.Lakshmi Mills Kovilpatti 628502 Ramanathapuram 11. Perumal Sannathi St.92 ADDRESS Karur 31 D/1. Poonamallee. Kannappan Layout. Diversion Road. North Prathakshanam Road. 04324-330152 6273028 343723 23700 25784 326392 . Near old bus stand Virudhunagar Kovilpatti Solai Krishna Complex 6/67 B. Old Bus stand Perambalur 1 Polur 33. II Floor. Anna salai. Kurinji Supermarket upstairs. Gudiyatham 1 Ariyalur 26-A. Chennai 56 Karaikal 370. New Bus stand. old Bus stand. Near Bus stand Ariyalur Perambalur Sherif Complex NSB Road. Vaniyambadi Road Opp. I Floor. Pullali Kottai Rd. I Floor. II Floor Polur 606803 Tirupathur 3. to Sha College Tirupathur Vellore Rasipuram 343. Karaikal 1 Virudhunagar 169 A. Opp. Near Bus stadn. Ramanathapuram 2 GUDIYATHAM 2. KRN Complex. Near New bus stand Rasipuram 637408 Villupuram I Floor. Karur 1 Poonammalee 11. Villupuram PHONE NO. Thirumannur Road. Bharathiyar Rd. Near Place Sheif Road. Palanisamy St. Near Hari Hospital.
T. Trichy 620017 63 A. Kamaraj Nagar. II Floor. 386. Chennai 20 8. Interior Decorating. Gandhi Nagar. Vallioor. Kichuppan Hospital.Nagar Chennai 17 Coimbatore Branch SISI. (Old No. 3rd Cross st. Siva Complex. 65/1 GST Road. Ooty 1 Trichy Padmam Thaiyal Palli 41. Pinjala Subramanian St. I Floor. I street. Ram Nagar. Modern knitting Technology courses only) Madurai C/o SISI. Dr. Tamil Solai. Nagar 1/15.85) IV Main Road.93 Catering & Fashion Designing. Koovathur Post. Patel Road. (Road behind old Nalli Silk). Nangavaram Po Karur 639110 (Catering Technology. Matuthavani. Coimbatore 9 Tirupur 44 C. Guindy SISI. Anna Nagar. Food production courses only) Vallioor Main Road. Tirunelveli Kancheepuram Kadalure Village. St. Hill post. P N Road. SIDCO Indl Estate. Guindy Chennai 32 T.3. Pondicherry 5 4465980 4901458 4422833 203640 2341011 4337644 233956 473847 567186 451660 04637-22794 234146 . Pudur. Chennai 27. Adyar. Tirupur 641602 (knitwear quality control. Opp. Cheyyar Taluk Kancheepuram Cosmetology Training Centres’ addresses & Phone No. Tirupur 1 266. Chennai 20 Pondicherry La Sundarie. Textile Printing & Dyeing and Tailoring Centres’ addresses & Phone No. I Floor. Bishop Road. Near TTC Bus stop K Pudur Ooty 5 A. Adyar Bridge Road. Marys Parish Hall Building. 14. No. Samathanapuram (Othakadai).
Ram Nagar.62 8. Pondicherry Herbal Medicine Course Centres’ addresses and phone no. Habibullah Road.14 .13 6.11 0.76 150. Patel Road.39 10. Patel Road. Chennai 84 621088 Madurai 631088 Dr.82 3.64 01-02 15.50 4. In Lakhs Revenue Head Service Chargers Library Sales NSIC/Feasibility Study Report Fees Course Fee Sale of Unserviceable Items Total Revenue 97-98 14. Mount Road 8547664 Chennai 2 8533748 230426 Coimbatore 233956 Branch SISI.98 6.56 4.81 179.08 34.29 154. Poonamallee High Rd. Madurai 625001 Revenue to the Exchequer by SISI Chennai including Br. Chennai 17 8238597 8280127 Coimbatore 233956 Branch SISI.15 16.00 0.87 0. 386. Chennai 2341011 SISI. T Nagar. Coimbatore 9 567186 Madurai C/o SISI.15 1. Narasingapuram St. 386.47 129. Matuthavani.20 166.86 68. Guindy Chennai 32 49/1.71 Years 99-00 00-01 11. 3rd Floor. Coimbatore 9 232099 24852 Pondicherry SISI. 6614485 Chennai 8525638 Ameer Clinic Complex Cresent Court Building 963. Ameer Clinic Complex. Thattanchavadi Indl Estate. Tindivanam High Road.46 0. 65/1 GST Road. Chennai 2341011 SISI.00 3.70 88. Ram Nagar.41 1.50 98-99 10.20 143. North Veli St.32 3.77 0. SIDCO Indl Estate. 152 A.94 Management Education Centres’ addresses and phone No. SISIs attached to it: Rs. Near TTC Bus stop K Pudur Electronic & Refrigeration and Electrical Training Centres’ addresses and phone no. 65/1 GST Road. Guindy Chennai 32 23.
21 302.95 0.13 2.63 0.03 5.18 98-99 191.in lakhs Expenditure Rs.95 Revenue to the Exchequer by SISI.13 41.75 0. In Lakhs Expenditure Head Salary Over-time allowances Travelling expenses Office expenses Raw Material Plan & other expenses including Br.31 191. & Br.61 5.00 30.77 287.96 83.02 16.02 .32 1.38 0.93 4.43 233.67 00-01 180.35 330.96 29. Ch.83 2.72 36.00 2. Tuticorin Total Expenditure 97-98 163.SISIs 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 Service charges Library sales NSIC/Report fees Course fee Sale of unserviceable items Rs. SISI.13 3.00 2.01 21.06 0.42 01-02 202.89 20.52 Years 99-00 207.11 3.85 83.34 1.
in 200 lakhs 150 100 50 0 1 2 3 4 5 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 Revenue Earned Expenditure Workshop Division The Workshop is equipped with various machinery for undertaking job works in machining.96 Revenue over Expenditure since 1997-98 Rs.34 Revenue over Expenditure since 97-98 350 300 250 Rs. .81 287. planning and shaping operations. the workshop also provides advanced training in the operation of machines for 6 months apart from inspection and quality control courses of 6 months duration. The Workshops has also been equipped with CNC Wire Cut EDM for undertaking Die works and other jobs requiring higher accuracy.40 01-02 166. cylindrical grinding.14 330. Leather Products.52 38. surface grinding.18 18. Carpentry.64 302.50 191.80 233. thread cutting. etc.42 59. There is a section for Metal Finishing and other trades like Screen Printing.03 Years 99-00 150. Besides undertaking job works.05 98-99 88.42 00-01 179. In Lakhs Head Revenue Earned Expenditure Revenue as % of Expenditure 97-98 34.02 50. milling.67 52.
Consultancy is also given by the experts at the premises of the firms by visiting the same. Consultancy for ISO 9000 14 officers of SISI. Awareness programme on ISO 9000 are conducted periodically. These Lead Auditors extend advice to the units seeking award of ISO 9000 certification. Chennai provides general consultancy at its premises itself whenever visitors call on the experts at SISI. The rates charged are nominal when compared to the prevalent Guided by the Lead Auditors of SISI 16 units have so far been awarded ISO 9000 certification and 92 units are in the process of obtaining the certification. Chennai have been trained as Lead Auditors for ISO 9000. It also provides consultancy services through correspondence whenever the needy write to SISI. Consultancy at Tamilnadu Small and Tiny Industries Associations (TANSTIA) TANSTIA has got an arrangement with SISI according to which officers of SISI sit in the premises of the Association at regular intervals to counsel the parties contacting TANSTIA for technical consultancy. General Consultancy SISI. c. Details of Consultancy Services Provided by SISI a.97 Co-ordination Division This division co-ordinates NSIC enlistment cases and also relating to forwarding viability reports on proposals to banks whenever referred to by the banks. b. market rates. .
Sick units are being studied for rehabilitation and reports forwarded to the appropriate authorities by the SISI. In the process. Chennai undertakes Energy Auditing even for large and medium units at a nominal charge. e. UK are authorized as Team Members for Environmental Impact Assessments/Statements for industrial establishments at nominal rates. Chennai has been listed as authorised Energy Auditors by Tamil Nadu Electricity Board. SISI.98 d. Chennai also study the units at the request of the bankers for assessing technical feasibility and market viability for products. SISI. . e. Inplant study has also been undertaken to suggest modernisation or energy conservation. Ten units have undergone Energy Audits by SISI. etc. Energy Auditing SISI. Other Activities Under consultancy services. ISO 14000 20 officers of SISI trained and certified by Environmental Auditors Registration Association (UK) through Safety Enviroment Quality Management Ltd. Chennai so far. Chennai is also offering consultancy on identification of product line and preparation of project reports. Chennai also undertakes Study of units for enlisting for NSIC. (SEQM). SISI assesses the capacity and capability of the manufacturers for products against standard specifications.. SISI. SISI.
Library SISI. 1. SISIs Br. On the whole.99 f. where cluster of units manufacturing pumps and motors is predominant. where visitors can take copies of the extract of the publications at nominal cost. SISI.. Coimbatore has full-fledged testing Centre for Pumps and Motors apart from testing foundry items and chemicals.. which has 3. Testing: Br. . SISI. are also available for making presentation. etc. Chennai has got a Library. SISI.683 Ready-made project reports are kept in the Library for ready reference to entrepreneurs to select project reports. Latest Power Point equipments with screen. etc.000 number of volumes with most modern books on Small Industry Management. The testing laboratory is recognised by BIS. Library is also equipped with Audio/Video equipments and also modern office automation equipments like Photocopier. Publications of various government departments are also available in the library. Chennai has been making significant contribution of the SSIs by its quadrilateral of activities. These services are availed by small industries of Coimbatore. Coimbatore and Tuticorin do all the activities mentioned above with special emphasis to local needs. The Library is open to public for reference. Br. These services are being availed by State Government departments also.
CHAPTER - VII
SCENARIO OF THRUST AREAS IN TAMILNADU – NEW INVESMENT OPPORTUNITS
ELECTRONICS & SOFTWARE BACKGROUND Electronics has emerged as the fastest growing industry. Abundant
availability of highly skilled labour at relatively low wage rates make India in general and Tamilnadu in particular, an attractive investment destination. As a result,
software development have emerged as potential investment opportunities. PRESENT SCENARIO IN TAMILNADU Govt. of Tamilnadu has identified Electronics & Software as thrust industry eligible for a special package of support including incentives and infrastructure support. Traditionally, Tamilnadu is known for abundant availability of highly
qualified and productive manpower required in Electronics & Software industry. Tamilnadu offers a number of competitive advantages for setting up Electronics and Software industry. Chennai - emerging as second silicon valley. Chennai - has the largest number of software professionals in India. Chennai - the largest mainframe capacity in the Country. Chennai - the largest exporter of computer hard discs. Chennai - offers a number of value added communication facilities including ISDN service, Video conferencing facility, Hi-speed international data communications, VSAT services, etc. In consumer electronics Chennai has emerged as a major production centre. MNCs like Matsushita, LG, Daewoo, Samsung are currently in the process of setting up consumer electronics products manufacturing facility. Chennai has become the operational base for several software companies: Dun &
Bradstreet, TCS, Pentafour, RAMCO, DSQ, Citibank, Singapore Airlines, Alcatel (coming up), etc. AUTOMOBILE COMPONENTS BACKGROUND Indian Automobile Industry has been witnessing a boom in the postliberalisation era. Several international automobile manufacturers are in the process of setting up production centres, in the country. Some auto majors like Ford,
Hyundai, Daewoo, General Motors, Benz, Fiat, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Suzuki, Honda, etc. are setting up projects for manufacture of passenger cars. India is perceived as an attractive location since it offers a large market. As a result of Automobile boom, the auto components industry has been witnessing unprecedented compounded annual growth of 27% per annum since 1992. Govt. of India has recently announced the Automobile Policy, which stresses the gradual indegenisation of automobile manufacturers. The high growth in
automobile industry has translated into opportunity for automobile components industry also. TAMILNADU SCENARIO Tamilnadu has traditionally a strong base in auto components industry. The share of Tamilnadu in components manufacturing is about 35% of All India production, i.e. about 35% of All India production i.e. about US $ 1.00 billion. Tamilnadu houses 3 large automobile components group: The T.V.S. Group, The Amalgamations Group and The Rane Group which together contribute to 27% of All India automobile components requirement. Export of auto components from
Tamilnadu accounts for around 50% of the country's export. Currently, Ford, Mahindra, Hyundai Motors & Hindustan Motors, Mitsubishi are setting up car projects at Chennai. Besides, Ashok Leyland in collaboration with Iveco is setting up another production facility for Trucks, Amalgamations, is currently
expanding its Tractors manufacturing facility.
In this setting, auto components
industry in Tamilnadu is on the threshold of rapid expansion. POLICY INITIATIVES Given the competitive advantages of Tamilnadu in auto components industry, Govt. of Tamilnadu has identified this sector as a major thrust area and has given an attractive package of incentives to bolster the growth of this industry. Dedicated industrial parks with state of the art infrastructure facilities are being set up at Irungattukottai, Sriperumbudur and Maraimalainagar near Chennai for locating automobile ancillary projects. To augment availability of skilled manpower, automobile engineering has been included as one of the courses offered in Technical Educational Institutions. PROJECTS PROPOSED Tamilnadu offers excellent opportunities to set up components manufacturing in the following areas: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Automotive Rubber components Aluminium Cast components Friction products Electrical parts Car air-conditioning
AGRO AND FOOD PROCESSING BACKGROUND India is ranked second in terms of available lands and in production of fruits and vegetables in the world. However, in spite of wide variety and vast quantity that it produces, less than 1% of the fruits and vegetables are currently processed for manufacture of value added food products. Potential remain largely untapped thus offering vast vistas of opportunities to investors.
Tamilnadu has a large poultry population and ranked second among Indian states with an annual production of 3. Tamilnadu has fairly rich reserves endowment position in terms of agriculture products. (TACID) has promoted an Agro Park at Nilakkottai in Dindigul District which offers industrial plots with infrastructure facilities for setting up Food Processing Projects.. . of Tamilnadu has identified Food Processing as a thrust industry in its Industrial Policy thereby making it eligible for attractive investment package and support. Tamilnadu Corporation for Industrial Infrastructure Development Ltd.103 TAMILNADU: INDUSTRY SCENARIO Tamilnadu is gifted with 6 diverse agro climatic conditions and 33 river basins.0 billion eggs.95 million tonnes of milk. POLICY INITIATIVES Govt. All these offer an excellent investment opportunity for setting up Food Processing Industry to manufacture value added products. Following table summarises the position of Tamilnadu at all India level: Products Banana Other citrus fruits Tea Coconut Turmeric Tapioca Orange Mango Coffee Groundnut Pepper Rank of Tamilnadu I V III II II I IV II III II II Tamilnadu has a large bovine population and produces about 3.
To minimise the wastage of agro products. The Chennai Petroleum Chemical Limited has embarked on an ambitious programme to expand its refining capacity and to set up a 100% EOU refinery. of Tamilnadu is in the process of setting up a Cold Storage chain facility. PETROLEUM & CHEMICALS BACKGROUND Hydrocarbon sector offers significant business opportunities in India due to growing demand for petroleum products. of India encourages investment in oil exploration as well as in refining industry. The demand for petrochemical is fast increasing and the annual growth rate is 15%. The New Hydrocarbon Policy of Govt. Tamilnadu has large concentration of petroleum and . TIDCO is in the process of establishing Floriculture Infrastructure Park to give boost to this industry. 4. PROJECTS PROPOSED The projects proposed for private sector participation include: 1. petrochemical is another promising area offering attractive investment avenues. Cold chain linking production with marketing and export centre Integrated Floriculture Project with tissue culture laboratories. Freezed dried food products. Apart from refinery sector. Govt. PETROCHEMICAL SCENARIO IN TAMILNADU Tamilnadu has fairly large manufacturing capacity in refinery. 2. 100% EOU chicken processing project. It is expected to reach a level of about 103 million MTs by the year 2003-04. petrochemicals and plastics. Government of Tamilnadu has recently announced Floriculture Policy which offers special incentives to investors. fertilizers.104 To encourage Floriculture. 3. Opening up of the refinery sector to private sector is intended to encourage vertically integrated international oil companies to invest in both upstream and downstream sectors.
000 sq.475 Kms. New investment to the tune of Rs.472 Kms. Norsk Hydro(PVC). fertilisers and pharmaceuticals. Aromatic complex PVC/VCM Polypropylene MEG 150000 TPA 150000 TPA 150000 TPA INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN ROAD SECTOR BACKGROUND Tamilnadu ranks second among the Indian States in terms of road network. of National Highway linking major cities of Tamilnadu with the rest of the . GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES TIDCO is currently developing a Petrochem Industrial Park in an area of 7. Tamilnadu has a well spread out network of roads connecting every nook and corner of the State. In addition. In addition. constitutes surfaced roads. The road length per 1.6.105 chemical industries at Chennai.155 acres at Ennore near Chennai. PROJECTS PROPOSED Naphtha Cracker 0. in Tamilnadu is 1. of road length of which 1.394 billion have been proposed for creating additional capacity in basic chemicals. Cuddalore and Tuticorin. New projects in pipeline are : Dupont Nylon 6.kms.5 million MT/year Ethylene capacity and downstream petrochemicals. A chemical storage facility is also being set up as a part of the petrochem park.04. Two additional refineries have been proposed to be set up by Pennar Refineries and Aban Lloyd Chiles. TIDCO is currently in the process of establishing a LNG project at Ennore Satellite Port with storage and handling facilities.002 Kms. petroleum products.572 as against the all India average of 663. Tamilnadu has 2. Tamilnadu has 2. SPIC(PTA/PFY).48.
Construction of an elevated Expressway connecting Chennai port and Poonamallee. v Reduction of customs duty on construction equipment v Streamlined clearance procedures. GOVT. selection of promoters. OF INDIA INCENTIVES FOR ROAD PROJECTS v A five year tax holiday. Construction of an elevated Highway along Ennore Expressway.INITIATIVES Recognising the need to expand the road network and to increase their traffic handling capacity. The annual growth rate of road traffic is around 10% and the current boom in the automobile sector may even increase the future growth rate of road traffic. PROJECT PROPOSED Govt. Improvements to Thoppur-Mettur-Bhavani Road .106 country. v Concessions for en route support facilities like restaurants. 2. 26/4 of NH 5. Construction of Kosathalayar Bridge at Km. of Tamilnadu has identified the following road projects for private sector participation: 1. toll and regulatory framework. Four laning of Tiruchi-Viralimalai-Madurai road 8. Government has recently constituted a separate wing with a Chief Engineer for BOT projects in roads. of Tamilnadu has identified roads as a priority area and is in the process of formulating a new policy which lays down the guidelines for project identification. GOVERNMENT OF TAMILNADU . evaluation of bids. 46 & 47) 6. Four laning from Poonamallee to Hosur(Along NH 4. fuel stations and shopping malls and v 40% tax deduction on income derived by financial institutions from funding infrastructure projects. Four laning from NH 45 from Pukkathurai to Tiruchi 7. Govt. land transfer. 3. motels. 4. Linking of major Easter Ports(Cuddalore to Nagapattinam) 5.
Improvements to Tirunelveli-Shenkottai road POWER BACKGROUND Electricity is one of the most important infrastructure inputs. .6 billion K. As per National Power Plan 1997 projections. power sector has been attracting substantial amount of investments in generation. Tamilnadu has an installed capacity of 6908 MW and the demand for power in Tamilnadu is growing at the rate of 500 MW per annum.650 MW through private sector power projects. 11. with total capacity of around 2000 MW. Tamilnadu Electricity Board has proposed to add 12.US $ 275 billion.e. TIDCO has recently finalised 20 short gestation power projects. Tamilnadu is one of the few states having comfortable power situation. whereas the peaking shortage was 11500 MW(18. During the post-liberalisation era. energy shortfall was 47. Investment requirements to create this additional capacity is about Rs.10 Trillion .wh. i. TAMILNADU SCENARIO At present.0%).5% of the total demand. the additional generating capacity required to be created during 1997-2012 is 15373 MW. During 1996-97. Improvements to Madurai-Tuticorin road 10. The vast Indian Electricity Market today offers one of the highest growth opportunities for private sector developers.107 9. Indian power sector has been characterised by shortage of supply vis-à -vis demand. To meet the growing demand.
3. Papanasam Addl. The capacity utilisation achieved was 121%. cargo traffic in India is projected to touch 380 million tonnes. Tamilnadu offers attractive avenues for private sector participation in T & D and Renovation as hereunder: Erection of transmission lines from new power projects: IPPS : Rs. Chennai and Tuticorin are located in Tamilnadu. Power House 40 MW Apart from the above investment opportunities in generations. The total cargo handling capacity in these 11 major ports are 1187.. PORT DEVELOPMENT BACKGROUND The long coastline of India is dotted with 11 major ports. During the year 2001.50.e. 2. of which two i. . power projects with 1000 tpd of MSW at two locations in Chennai.2.5 billion Apart from the above projects. Kundah Ultimate Stage Pumped Storage HEP 1000 MW 4.0 billion Renovation & Modernisation of old thermal power stations : Rs. Nirar-Nallar HEP 250 MW 3. Municipal solid waste (MWS).8 million MT whereas the cargo handled during 1996-97 was 227.2. following are in tender stage in TIDCO: 1. Shanmuganadhi HEP 30 MW 2. Tambraparani Dam HEP 40 MW 6. Bhavani-Kattalai Barrage 1 HEP 30 MW 5.108 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN TAMILNADU TNEB has identified following hydel projects for exploitation by private sector: 1. This results in over stretched berths leading to pre-berth delays and long ship turn around time. million MTs. LNG terminal with an integrated power plant of 2000 MW capacity. Jayamkondam Lignite Project of 500 MW capacity including Mining of Lignite.
109 PORTS OF TAMILNADU Tamilnadu has a long coastline of 1000 Kms. Tamilnadu has been attracting substantial investments in various industrial projects. Currently. with two intermediate ports at Cuddalore and Nagapattinam and seven minor ports at Rameswaram. etc. The key aspects of Govt. Govt. v Upgradation of Cuddalore and Cheyyur as major ports. Of this. v Investors have leeway in fixing tariff for port services. Poonakayal and Ennore. of Tamilnadu proposes to offer the following projects on BOO basis through ICB route. Feasibility studies are currently underway to identify opportunities in upgrading the port facilities in other minor ports of Tamilnadu. Kanyakumari. Policy initiatives to upgrade facilities in the minor ports. of Tamilnadu's port development initiative includes: v Intermediate and minor ports can be upgraded through ICB route on BOT/BOO basis. Pamban. All these new projects depend on port facilities. power projects constitute about 50% chemicals and petro-chemicals 25%. investments of about US $ 34 billion are under various stages of implementation giving impetus to the industrialisation of Tamilnadu. Besides. Valinokkam. In the postliberalisation era. 8% mining 5%. Govt. Colachel. TIDCO is in the process of setting up a LNG terminal with handling/storage facilities at Ennore Satellite Port with a power project based on imported LNG. v Upgradation of port facilities at Colachel and Nagapattinam. of Tamilnadu has constituted Tamilnadu Maritime Board. . automobiles.
Tamilnadu has large reserves of Granite which are currently exploited by TAMIN and private sector industries. lignite. Tiruvannamalai and Dharmapuri districts. TAMIN has already set up a graphite benefaction plant to supply graphite concentrate for down stream industries for manufacture of graphite based products. Tamilnadu has 450 million MTs of magnetite quartzite iron ore deposits in Salem. 11 metallic minerals. India currently produces 84 different types of minerals of which 4 are fuel minerals. SCENARIO IN TAMILNADU Tamilnadu has abundant reserves of iron ore. The gap between projected demand and supply is widening in respect of number of minerals.0 lakh tonnes of graphite concentrates as recoverable reserves.000 million MTs. Tamilnadu exported . magnesite. lime stone. The growing demand for processed minerals and metals offers attractive investment opportunities in investors. The iron content in the ore is in the range of 35 to 40%. graphite. Technical studies of these mineral deposits have confirmed the viability of mining operations. Tamilnadu has vast reserves of lignite in tertiary formation in Cuddalore Jayamkondam and Mannargudi in Tiruvarur district. Apart from the above. Foreign equity upto 50% in the mining sector is permitted on an Automatic Approval basis except for precious metals and stones. Tamilnadu has about 4. etc. The geological reserves of lignite is estimated to be in the range of about 24.110 MINING & MINERAL BASED PROJECTS BACKGROUND India is well endowed with substantial mineral resources and a high geological potential which is yet to be fully explored and exploited. 49 non-metallic minerals and 20 mining minerals. Though India exports a number of raw processed minerals it continues to be a net importer of metals.
granite products valued around Rs.6.0 billion i.e. rough blocks and value added products during 1999-00. PROJECTS PROPOSED v Govt. of Tamilnadu invites private sector participation in granite projects v Integrated iron ore mining benefication and palletisation project of 1.0 million MTs v Integrated mining and lignite and power generation project. v Value added Graphite products. v Heavy minerals separation plant near Tuticorin. INDUSTRIAL PARKS Integrated Industrial Parks serve as incubators to new industries and facilitate healthy industrial development. The importance of Industrial Parks can be
understood from the fact that Asian Tigers like Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand have used them successfully as engines of growth. Considering the tremendous leveraging the parks would have in syndicating foreign and local investments through new projects and the fact that infrastructure in each park would account for sizeable investment flows & employment generation, it becomes imperative to develop industrial parks with state-of-the-art facilities. Private sector can play a key role in developing such industrial parks.
Tamilnadu has at present about 120 industrial parks developed by various agencies like SIDCO, SIPCOT, Directorate of Industries & TACID, besides, a number of private industrial parks. Of late, TIDCO has entered this area and is currently developing 3 industrial parks with state of the art infrastructure facilities. Dedicated industrial parks are being developed by TIDCO for floriculture at Hosur and automobile components at Maraimalai Nagar near Chennai. Besides, SIPCOT is in the process of acquiring and developing industrial parks of about 5,000 acres in the outskirts of Chennai and in Coimbatore. These parks will be endowed with facilities like assured water supply, power, access to National Highways, road links, integrated facilities, banks, etc. Since the demand for plots in the industrial parks is growing, there is a need to develop more such parks with private participation.
Govt. of Tamilnadu is currently in the process of evolving a policy for encouraging private participation in industrial park development. As a single window approach, Govt. is in the process of creating industrial parks development authority with dedicated powers to grant all necessary clearances for industries within the park. Govt. of Tamilnadu has recently enacted Tamilnadu Industrial Township Area Development Authority Act 1997 to provide such a single window facility in notified industrial parks. Apart from these, Govt. is currently formulating a package of
assistance including incentives for private sector developers.
Industrial parks being offered to private sectors are:
Nemili Satellite Township near Chennai(2400 acres) Sriperumpudhur Industrial Park by SIPCOT TACID Oragadam Industrial Park Coimbatore Industrial Park of SIPCOT
LEATHER INDUSTRY Indian leather industry is one of the most vibrant sectors contributing substantially to GDP, employment generation and exports. India has the largest bovine population in the world. Even though leather industry is fairly old in India, our share in global market continues to be around 4.5%.
TAMILNADU SCENARIO Tamilnadu has around 70% of the Leather Tanning Capacity in India. The annual turnover of Leather Industry sector in the State is Rs.45 billion. Of this, Tamilnadu exported US $ 1000 million worth of leather products during 1999-00. Considering the rich resource endowment position and availability of skilled manpower, leather industry in Tamilnadu is poised to scale new heights. Export of leather products from Tamilnadu is projected to reach US $ 3.5 billion by 20042005. Considering the potential of this sector, Govt. of Tamilnadu in its industrial policy has identified Leather industry as a thrust sector and accords an attractive package of assistance including incentives. Both TACID & SIDCO under Govt. of Tamilnadu are in the process of setting up Functional Industrial Estates dedicated to leather industry with supporting infrastructure like Common Effluent Treatment Plant, etc.
Footwear industry in Tamilnadu is currently poised to achieve forward integration and manufacture of complete shoes for exports. Tamilnadu is known for manufacture of finished leather and footwear components. In the recent years. Rajapalayam. v Manufacture of full shoes is another attractive area for investment.400 textile mills of which spinning mills alone is 650 with an installed spinning capacity of well over 13.5%. An integrated footwear components project to supply a variety of components is an attractive investment avenue in Tamilnadu. v An integrated tannery to manufacture a variety of finished leather and leather goods is another promising opportunity. concentrated in Coimbatore-Manchester of South India. Tamilnadu is about 37. a substantial amount of footwear components are currently imported. The net value added in Textile industry in Textile mills are the highest in the country. TEXTILE INDUSTRY Textile industry is one of the traditionally well developed industries in Tamilnadu. Leather garments industry is also fairly well developed and has emerged as major foreign exchange earner. Karur and Erode.0 million spindles. There is considerable scope for indigenous manufacturing of such footwear components. v Though footwear components industry is fairly well developed. Tamilnadu has around 1. The position of textile industry in the state is summarised hereunder: . Tamilnadu has a strong production base and accounts for about 1/3 rd of Textiles production in the country.114 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Traditionally.
of this.Rs. Tamilnadu has more than 4. In the post-liberalisation era. Setting up of Garment Export Park linking the powerloom and knitwear production centres Establishment of preloom and postloom processing facilities for export. In the garments sector. Tamilnadu offers a number of competitive advantages to textile industry and the new textile policy aims at consolidating these inherent advantages.24 billion in the textiles sector. geofab and non-woven. canvass.5. During 1999-00.5 billion. While Chennai is specialising in export of woven garments. Integrated cotton garments for exports(100 % EOU) Woollen garments and winterwear (100% EOU) .3 billion is committed in manufacture of cotton and blended textiles. Tirupur and Chennai together exported materials valued around US $ 3.115 No. Tamilnadu has attracted investments to the extent of Rs.10. while the balance in synthetic textiles. POLICY INITIATIVES Government of Tamilnadu is currently in the process of evolving a Textile Policy to give an impetus to this vibrant industry. of textile mills Spinning capacity Yarn production Cloth production Besides the above. Specific infrastructure support is the major objective in the proposed state policy on the development of textile industry. Tamilnadu Share of Tamilnadu(%) 44% 33% 35% 11% has around 3.50. Ringspun cotton yarn manufacturing facility Cotton yarn production for export(100% EOU) Manufacture of industrial fabrics including filter fabrics.500 registered exporters concentrated mainly in Chennai and Tirupur. PROJECTS PROPOSED Following projects have considerable potential in Tamilnadu: v v v v v v v v Integrated sericulture project for manufacturing value added silk products. Tamilnadu accounts for about 30% of India's export of textiles products.000 powerlooms manufacturing Cotton fabrics. Tirupur has emerged as a major centre for knitted garments.
to one or more then industrial undertakings and whose investment in fixed assets in plant and machinery. and undertaking supplies or proposes to supply or renders not more than 50% of its production or services. This sector accounts for about 35% of the total industrial output and contributes 32 % to the total export. as the case may be. tooling or intermediates.DEFINITION: An industrial undertaking in which the investment in fixed assets in plant and machinery. (C) Tiny Industries Investment in plant and machinery up to Rs.5 lakhs.25 lakhs irrespective of the location. sub-assemblies. components.A VITAL SECTOR: Small Scale industries constitute an important and crucial segment of the industry sector. excluding land and building up to Rs.I Definition of Small Scale Industries SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES . whether held on ownership terms or on lease or on hire purchase. (A) SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES . (D) Small Scale Service and Business Enterprises Industry related service and business enterprises with investment in fixed assets. . does not exceed Rupees One Crore. does not exceed rupees one Crore. or the rendering of services.116 ANNEXURE . (B) ANCILLARY INDUSTRIAL UNDERTAKING: An industrial undertaking which is engaged or is proposed to be engaged in the manufacturing or production of parts. whether held on ownership terms or on lease or on hire purchase.
II District-wise List of Backward & Most Backward Blocks in Tamilnadu List of 216 Backward Blocks in Tamilnadu Sl. Tirukoilur . Kallakurichi 27. R. Nelikuppam (Urban) Sl. Panruti 15. Gingee 21. Kolianur 26. Kundrathur 5. Mangalur 18. 2 Backward Blocks Tiruvallur District 7. No. Ellapuram 9. Komaratchi 13. Kattumannarkoil 12.K. Ulundurpet 25. No. Maduranthagam (Urban) 4. Acharapakkam 3. Sankarapuram 29. Kammapuram 16. Thiruporur 6. Marakkanam 23. Chengalpattu (Urban) Currdalor District 11. 1 Backward Blocks Kancheepuram District 1. Mugaiyur 30. Minjur 8.117 ANNEXURE . Mailam 22. Olakkur 24. Kurinjipadi 19. Annagramam 14. Avadi (Urban) 3 4 Villurpuram District 20.Pettai 10. Virudhachalam (Urban) 17. Uthiramerur 2. Chinnasalem 28.
Pennagaram 85. Morappur 78. Thukkanaickenpalayam 95. Talavadi 91. No. Elachipalayam 10 Erode District 86. Kollimalai 73. Thurinjapuram 44. Erumaipatti 71. Edappadi 59. Keelpennathur 45. Mecheri 67. Thiruvannamalai (Urban) 46. Arani West 47. Macdonald Choultry (Magudanchavadi) 61. Krishnagiri 82. Peddanaikkanpalayam 56. Arani (Urban) 48. Wandavasi 49. Mohanur 72. Kaniambadi 33. Kundadam 88. Modakkurichi 97. Vellore 32. Alangayam 35. Pernampet 37. Dharapuram 87. Ayothiapattinam 65. Kaveripakkam Sl. Valapady 64. Sathyamangalam 90. Pernamallur 50. 5 Backward Blocks Vellore District 31. Chengam 54.118 Sl. Kalasapakkam 53. Bargur 84. Dharmapuri 79. Kelamangalam 77. Wandavasi (Urban) 52. Kadaiyampatty 66. Kabilarmalai 74. Uthangarai 76. Nallampalli 80. Ammapet . Thiruvannamalai 43. Gobichettipalayam 93. Natrampalli 38. Sendamangalam 70. Gangavalli 58. Katpadi 41. Bhavanisagar 92. Tirupathur 39. Nangavalli Dharmapuri District 75. Thiruvanthipuram (Urban) 7 9 Salem District 55. Yercaud 62. Kodumudi 96. No. Nambiyur 94. Gudiyatham 36. Thellar 51. Shoolagiri 8 Namakkal District 69. Anaicut 34. Karimangalam 81. Kolathur 68. Thalaivasal 57. Mulanur 89. Konganapuram 60. 6 Backward Blocks Thiruvannamalai District 42. Salem 63. Timiri 40. Kaveripattinam 83.
Thiruthuraipoondi (Urban) 132. 12 Backward Blocks The Nilgiris District 101. Mayiladuthurai (Urban) 144. Thiruvarur (Urban) 18 Thanjavur District 119. Mayiladuthurai 143. Kumbakonam 122. Sembanarkoil 135. Mannargudi (Urban) 129. Pongalur Karur District 104. Valangaiman 127. Needamangalam 130. Manapparai 111. Sirkali (Urban) 141. Thalaignayar 139. Nagapattinam 136. Thiruvarur 133. Peravurani 125. Gudalur 102. Thiruverumbur 112. Nagapattinam (Urban) 137. Thuraiyur 116. Jayankondam 115. Andanallur 118. Thirumarugal 138. Sultanpet 99. Aravakurichi 109.119 Sl. Vedaranyam 140. Nannilam 131. Manachanallur 13 14 15 16 17 Thiruvarur District 126. Ariyalur Sl. No. No. Pattukottai (Urban) Nagapattinam District 134. Kuthalam . Pattukottai 124. Musiri 107. Thottiyam 108. Thondamuthur 100. Krishnarayapuram 105. 11 Backward Blocks Coimbatore District 98. Manikandam 113. Thanjavur 120. Thiruvaiyaru 121. Uthagamandalam Thiruchirapalli District 110. Thiruvidaimarudur 123. Kulithalai 106. Thathaiyangarpet Perambalur District 114. Kothagiri 103. Thuraiyur (Urban) 117. Kilvelur 142. Mannargudi 128.
Cheranmadevi 202. Mandapam 178. Narikudi 182. Watrap 180. Kilapavoor 197. Chellampatti 158. Singampunari 188. Ramanathapuram (Urban) 24 Dindigul District 165. Kalayarkoil 184. Thiruvarankulam 149. Kariapatti 25 Sivagangai District 183. No. Aranthangi 151. Kamuthi 177. Arimalam 147. Tenkasi 196. Valliyur 201. Kallupatti 159. Devakottai 190. Gandarvakottai 148. Vadipatti 156. Tiruchuli 181. Puliyangudi (Urban) . Bodinayakkanur 164. Mudukulathur 176. Manelmelkudi 153. Periyakulam Sl. Thiruvadanai 173. Uthamapalayam 162. Paramakudi (Urban) 175. Kodaikanal (Urban) Virudunagar District 179. Guziliamparai 167. Kadayam 203. No. Kallikudi 21 22 23 Ramanathapuram District 172. Karambakudi 150. Paramakudi 174. 20 Backward Blocks Madurai District 155. Avudayarkoil 152. Kallal 189. Kadayanallur 199. Shencottai 194. Shanarpatti 170. Reddiarchatram 171. Radhapuram 200.120 Sl. Ponnamaravathy 146. Ilayankudi 186. Pappakudi 204. Kodaikanal 168. Kuruvikulam 195. Alangulam 198. Thirupathur 187. Bodinayakkanur (Urban) 163. T. Madurai East 160. Athur 169. Annavasal 154. 19 Backward Blocks Pudukottai District 145. Alangannallur 157. Palayamkottai 192. Kalakadu 193. Sivagangai (Urban) 185. Usilampatti 157. Devakottai (Urban) 26 Tirunelveli District 191. Vathalagundu 166. Pudukottai Theni District 161.
Jawadhu Hills 26. No. 1 Most Backward Blocks Kancheepuram District 1. Wallajabad 2. Nemili 6 Villurpuram District 9. Kandhili 20. Colachel (Urban) List of 71 Most Backward Blocks in Tamilnadu Sl. Rishivandiyam 16. Pudur 210.121 Sl. Cheyyar 22. Kanai 13. Kayathar Sl. 28 Backward Blocks Kanniyakumari District 213. Kandamangalam 14. Lathur 4. Melbhuvanagiri Sl. Jolarpet 19. Thirunavalur 12. No. Vembakkam 23. Poondi 6. Pudupalayam 27. Kalrayan Hills Thiruvannamalai District 21. Karunkulam 208. Arcot 18. Thiagadurgam 15. Ottapidaram 209. 2 Most Backward Blocks Tiruvallur District 5. Thandarampet . Polur 24. Sathankulam 206. No. Chithamur Currdalor District 7. Rajakamangalam 215. Kancheepuram (Urban) 3. Udangudi 212. Siruvaikundam 207. Alwarthirunagar 211. 27 Backward Blocks Tuticorin District 205. Kadambathur 3 4 5 Vellore District 17. Chetput 25. Melmalayanur 10. Agastheeswaram 214. No. Portonovo 8. Vallam 11.
Sethubavachatram 44. S. Melaneelithanallur 14 Perambalur District 34. Ammapettai 45. Sedapatti 57. Andimadam 36.S. Nainarkoil 63. Kottur 52. Kadaladi Tirunelveli District 69. Viayampatti 9 Karur District 32. Muthupettai 51. Thirumanur Thiruvarur District 46. Keelaiyur Theni District 58. Thiruthuraipoondi 50. Sendurai 41. Kollidam 55. Palur 37. Pudur 68. Thogaimalai 10 11 Thanjavur District 42. 7 Most Backward Blocks Dharmapuri District 28. Thirupullani 65. Thiruvonam 43. Kadayanallur (Urban) 71. Kottampatti Dindigul District 61. Sirkali 54. 8 Most Backward Blocks Thiruchirapalli District 30. Uppiliyapuram 35. No. Veppur 40. Kodavasal 48. Veppanthattai 39. Courtallam (Urban) 70. Cumbam 60. Alathur 38. Kadavur 33. Marungapuri 31. Kannangudi . Koradachery 49. Thiruppanandal 12 13 15 17 19 Nagapattinam District 53. Veppanapalli Sl. Madukkur 47. Koothanallur (Urban) Madurai District 56. Kadamalaikundu Myladumparai Ramanathapuram District 62. Mathur 29.122 Sl. Bogalur 64. R. Natham 16 18 Sivagangai District 67. T.Mangalam 66. No. Chinnamanur 59.
III District-wise List of Large and Medium Scale Industries in Tamilnadu 1. Chennai. No. Alternations - 185 11. 429 .. 9790 202 12. Vadapalani. 50.T. Oswal Oils & Vanaspathi Chennai – 600 021 Tractors & Farm Equipments Limited . 140 10. 205 8. Tractor Models Oxygen 1000 M3 D/A Nitrogen Nitrous Oxide Starter.T. - --- 3. Chennai –600 032 HCL Hewlett Packward Lt. Ltd. 300 7. Sembium. Best Crompton Engg. Industrial Estate.T.T. Ltd.. Wheat Products Madterial Hang bag equipments 79260 M. 2. Dynamos. 500 M.260 M. Chennadi – 600 013. Vanaspathi 30 M. 49 5.T. The South India Flour Mills Limited. Ltd. Guindy. 158 6.. Tolgate. Chennai – 600 013. Wheat products 79. Arcot Road. & dies for precision components Computer peripheral 28 lakh Nos.. Name and address Amruthanjan Limited Mylapdore . Line of activities Capacity Employment 179 Pain Balm 403 M. Chennai – 600032. Chennai District S. posters Note books Industrial Plastic components. Vaccum flask & Refills Calenders. Guindy. 800 M. 38 4. Royapuram. United India Roller Flour Mills Ltd Chennai – 600 081 Greaves Cotton & Co. Royapuram. Chennai – 600 081. Chennai – 600 011. 72. Chennai – 600 0026 Govel Plastic Pvt. Tondiadrpet.000 Nos.123 ANNEXURE . 181 9. Prad Process Pvt. moulds. Ltd. Chennai –600004 Eagle Flask Ltd. Meters.T.29 Nos.. Indian Oxygen Ltd. 1. Chennai – 600 081.
Chennai – 600 011.. Moundt Road. Chennai – 600 002 Modern Food India Ltd. Ltd. Chennai-600 002. Mount Road.600 113 Associated Printers Madras Pvt. Chennai – 600 002 Binny Limited Chennai .. Addison 7 Co.M.Mount Road. 93. Chennai – 600 017. Varnishes. Crompton Greaves Limited Southern Regional Office. ----- ----- ----- 32. --- 30.000 2. Mylapore. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited. Electrical Stampings and Toolings. Forgings Ltd. Simpson & Co.. Chennai – 600 032.600 012. Aerated water Paints. Coats India limited 92. Limited.. Guindy. Shaik Maistry Street. 1.406 17. Chennai – 600 002. 20. 42. 25 26. Chennai – 600 108. Ltd. Murugappa Elects Ltd. No. Chennai – 600 041 Elegant Process Offset Printers. 21. Easwaran & Sons Engg. Ltd. Diesel Engine & Spare Pasrts Modern bread and Fruit drinks. Storage Badtteries. Guindy.000 ---- 152. ---- 3. Guindy. Thiruvalluvar Salai. Line of activities Soap & allied Products Pistons. Chennai – 600 034. 16. . Hindustan Teleprinters Ltd. Maida. Wheat products. 13. Teleprinters. Printing and Packaging Cloth Printing Ink. Dev Fasteners . Chennai. 22.. 861/862. Ltd. 29. Esplanade. ----- ---- ---- 31. Velacheri Road. 18. Ltd. Chennai – 600 032. 15 219 116 610 2034 75. - Employment 300 165 400 25.000 Nos. Taramani. Dr. Ltd. Sooji & Atta.. Pine rings and Liners Metal Cutting Tools and Machine Tools.124 S. Chennai – 600 032. 24. Capacity 5. Road. Piping Centre. Chennai – 600 081 India Pistons Ltd. Sambium.. Audio Cassettes Printing of wall posters Text books. 6.000 M. ---- ---- ---- . ‘Guindy House’ 95 Annasalai. Chennai – 600 0032. Radhakrishnan Salai.Chennai –600 004 M.000 Nos. ---- ---- ---- 33. Chennai – 600 032.00 ` ---------= -----42 lakhs L..-- 150 215 ---1. 150 273 23.045 lakhs 60 . Chennai – 600 032. Name and address Tata Oil Mills Co.N. G. Southern Bottlers Pvt. Sembium. 27. 28.. Anna Salai. 3A Kodambakkam High Road.T. 15. Chennai – 600 032. 14.. Rane ( Chennai Limited). The Standard Batteries Ltd. Addison Paints and Chemicals Pvt. Guindy.200 160 21. 19. Century Flour Mills. Chennai –600011.
Coimbatore-45 Pankaja Mills. Coimbatore-24 Sree Venkataram Textiles Ltd. GN Mills PO. Ganapathy PO.T. Kaniamuthur PO. Pollachi-2 Sri ramakrishna Mills © Ltd. Jothipuram. Coimbatore-21 Kongarar Spinners Ltd. SV Mills PO. Coimbatore North TK Sri Ambal Mills Ltd. Spinners Ltd. Simanur. Krishnamuram PO. Coimbatore-19 DPF Textiles Ltd. Coimbatore The Suguna Mills Ltd. Udumalpet. Sirumugal PO. Coimbatore-88 VLE Textiles (P) Ltd. Kuniamurthu. Ganapathy PO. Udumalpet The Coimbatore Mills Ltd. 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 Name and address of the unit Jothi Mills. No. Annur Kongsarar Integrated Fibres Ltd. Palladam Muthu Murugan Mills (P) Ltd. Coimbatore Surya Prabha Mills Ltd. Ondipuddur PO. Coimbatore-22 Sri Jaganatha Textiles (P) Ltd. Coimbatore-29 Amutha Mills (P) Ltd. Coimbatore The Vijayalakshmi Mills Ltd. Coimbatore-47 Hamasaveni Spinners (P) Ltd. Kuniamuthur PO. Kanuvai PO. CPC Textiles Narayanapuram. Coimbatore The Kongarar Textiles Ltd. Udumalpet Palani Andavar Cotton & Synthetic Spinners Ltd. Udumalpet TK Cambodia Mills. Palani TK Narayan Krishnan Synthetics (P) Ltd. Coimbatore District S. Coimbatore S. Annur PO Avanashi TK Sri Sakthi Textile Ltd. Singanallur PO. Palani Andavar Mills Ltd. Kuniamuthur. 30. Coimbatore-6 Krishanveni Textiles. Pulankinar. Pollachi-1 Kwality Spinning Mills Ltd. Pushpathu. No. Thungavi PO. Sathyamangalam-638 402 Rugmini Ram Raghav Spinners (P) Ltd.II. Pethappampatty.V. Pollaachi TK Vijayeswari Textiles Ltd. Palladam TK Rajnarayan Textiles Sundarapuram. Indl. Udumalpet. Civil Aerodrome PO. Pollaachi-1 SIV Industries Ltd. Mettupalayam TK Sri Ramakrishna Mills Unit No. Udumalpet. Jothipuram. Estate PO. Premier Mills Ltd. Coimbatore-6 The Bhavani Mills Ltd. Pankaja Mill Rd. Narayan Krishna Spinners Ltd. Maluarchampatty PO. Udumalpet TK Om Parasakthi Textiles. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 Name and address of the unit Gnanambikai Mills Ltd. Coimbature Tirumurti Mills Bodipatti PO. Gomangalampudur Post. Coimbatore-6 Akshaya Textiles Ltd. Ganapathy PO Combature-6 Chandra Textiles Ltd.125 2. Coimbatore-26 Cardwell Spinning Mills (P) Ltd. Pichanur. Pulakinar PO. Coimbatore G. Indira Nagar. Coimbatore-45 . Udumalpet Sri Venkateswara Mills Ltd. Udumalpet TK Shanmugapriya Textiles (P) Ltd. Palladam TK Ellen Textiles (P) Ltd.
Pappanaichenpalayam. Ondipudur PO. No. Govt.Textiles P Ltd. Kuppusamy Naidupuram. 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 Name and address of the unit Kaleeswara Mills 10/8. Coimbatore Kothari Industrial Corpn Ltd. Noopripalayam Village. Palladam The Lakshmi Mills Co. LNP Colony PO. Press Colony PO. Sulur. Thekkupalayam. Singanallur PO. Palappanpetty. Udumalpet Venkates Spinners (P) Ltd. Gandhi Nagar PO. Pathappanpatti. Peelamedu PO. Sri Ranga Textiles P Ltd. Coimbatore The Lakshmi Mills Co. Coimbatore Coimbatore Popular Spinning Mills P Ltd. Udumalpet. Coimbatore Kothari Industrial Corpn Ltd.1 Tirupur-3 Tirupur Cotton Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Sree Ram Narayan Mills. Coimbatore Sree Katteri Textiles P Ltd. Ammapperpalaya. Tirupur Tirupur Textiles Ltd. Udumalpet TK Venkatram Textiles P Ltd. Somanur. Bilichi PO. Ondipudur. Tirupur Gangori Textiles Ltd. Kannampalayam PO. Pathappanpatti PO. Uppilipalayam. Vadamadurai. Coimbatore The Lakshmi Mills Co. SRKV PO. Uppilipalayam. Coimbatore Sujani Textiles P Ltd. Palladam Sri Narendrajara Textiles Ltd. Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Rama Spinners. Tirupur Ganga Textiles Ltd. Coimbatore Venkatagiri Spinning Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Somasundaram Mills. Coimbatore Saroja Textiles P Ltd. Coimbatore The Kadri Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshman Cotton Spinning Mills Ltd. Coimbatore-1 Coimbatore Murugan Mills. Sulur. Varadarajapuram. Uppilipalayam. Tirupur TK ATL Textiles Ltd. Uppilipalayam PO. Coimbatore Shree Janardhana Mills Ltd. 33. 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 Name and address of the unit Sri Ranga Vilas. Coimbatore Madhu Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd.G. Tirupur Tirupur Textiles Ltd. Ammapalayam. Coimbatore Sri Murugan Mills (P) Ltd. Coimbatore RAV Textiles P Ltd. Sidhapudur. Singanallur. Coimbatore . Somasundara Mill Rd. Coimbatore Sri Veeraswara Spinning Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Balasubramanian Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Raveendra Mills Ltd. Peelamedu. Coimbatore Sri Hari Mills P Ltd. Trichy Rd. Coimbatore Tamarai Mills Ltd. Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Narasimha Textiles P Ltd. Chithamanipudur PO. nadupuram. Mettupalayam Rd. Chinthamanipudur. PV Rd. Chinthamanipudur. Coimbatore Premier Polytronics Ltd. Coimbatore Sree Karthikeya Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Marudhamalai Sri Murugan Textiles. Ltd. Pelladam TK. Tirupur TK.126 S. Palladam TK Kalyani Yarn Processors P Ltd. Bodipatty PO. Coimbatore Sri Karunambika Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Sarada Mills. Singanallur. Coimbatore Sarguna Textiles P Ltd. Sundarapuram PO. Coimbatore S. No. Unit No. Coimbatore Selvaraja Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Usha Textiles P Ltd. Sowripalayam PO. Coimbatore V. Uppilipalayam. Coimbatore Coimbatore Spinning & Weaving Mills. Coimbatore The Kasthuri Mills Ltd.
Poolachi TK Elgi Equipments Ltd. Coimbatore Shanthi Gears Ltd. Eachanari. Coimbatore Salzer Electronic Ltd. Sulur. Ltd. Coimbatore Dimexon Exports P Ltd. Arasur. Coimbatore Sri Rani Lakshmi Ginning S & W Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Rani Lakshmi Ginning Spinning. Arasur. SIDCO. Coimbatore Premier Instruments & Controls Ltd. Avanashi Rd. Peelamedu. Coimbatore G. Trichy Rd. Coimbatore Sivananda Mills Ltd. Singaramapalayam. Avanashi Rd. Coimbatore Servall Engineering Works. No. Avamashi Rd. singanallur. Coimbatore Shiva Distilleries Ltd. Thirumalayampalayam. Coimbatore Geedee Wailer P Ltd. Avanashi Rd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Aautomatic loom Works Ltd. Coimbatore S. Kavundampalayam. Pollachi Textool Co. Singanallur. Coimbatore Bimetal Bearing Ltd. NSN Palayam. Perianaickenpalayam. Madukkarai. Coimbatore Eltex Rudy Ltd. NSN Palayam. Gopal Bagh. Perianaickenpalayam. Pollachi Rd. Karamadai KSR Pumps Ltd. Ltd. Indl Estate. Ganapathy. B Unit. Coimbatore Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd. Aerodrome PO. Pollachi PO. Coimbatore Elgi Polytex Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Synthetic Machinery Mfrs Ltd. Plast P Ltd. Sulur. Coimbatore Coimbatore Forging P Ltd. P Ltd. Kurimbapalayam. Coimbatore Lakshmi Ganesha Textiles Ltd. Coimbatore GEC Alsthom India Ltd. Coimbatore Hogg Electronics Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Ring travellors Ltd. Singallur. Coimbatore The Varadharaja Textiles P Ltd. Coimabatore Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd. Pollachi AGT Electronics Ltd.127 S. Sakhi Co-op Indl Estate. Coimbatore 99 101 103 105 107 109 111 113 115 117 119 121 123 125 127 129 131 133 135 137 139 141 143 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122 124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142 144 . Coimbatore Universal Radiators Ltd. Pillur Vishnu Lakshmi Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Sovereign Engineerings P Ltd. Mettupalayam Rd. Mettupalayam Rd. Coimbatore Dimexon Exports P Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd. Semichettipalayam. Saravanampatti. Karamadai Universal Heat Exchangers Ltd. No. MTP Rd. Arusur Veejay Lakshmi Engg. Coimbatore Abura Welding Electrode Mfrs Ltd. Coimbatore Trishul electro Tech Ltd. Unit II Kaniyur. Coimbatore D’Engg. PN Palayam Ltd. Sellappanpalayam PO Madras Forging & Allied Ind. Coimbatore Sri Ramakrishna Steels Indl Ltd. Coimbatore Sri Ramakrishna Oxygen Ltd. Thamaraikalam. Coimbatore Associated Tyre Machinery Co. 95 97 Name and address of the unit The Narasimha Mills. Thennampalaym Arasur. Pollachi Rd. Avanashi Rd. Coimbatore GKD Textiles. 96 98 Name and address of the unit The Rajalakshmi Mills Ltd. NSN Palayam. NGGO Colony PO. Weaving Mills P Ltd. Coimbatore Eltex Super Castings Ltd. Ltd. Works Ltd. Coimbatore Loyal Engineering Ltd. Coimbatore The Southern Textiles Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Electrical Central Systems Ltd. Coimabtore The Engineering & Indl Foundry Co.
Coimbatore Dhandayuthapani Foundry Ltd. Tirupur. Ltd. Pappanaickenpalayam. Coimbatore Lakshmi Percision Tools Ltd. Balakrishnan & Bros Ltd. Coimbatore LG Balakrishnan & Bros. Main Rd. Coimbatore Sri Sudarson Paper Mills P Ltd. Podanur.128 S. Tirupur The Rajalakshmi Mills Ltd. Malumachanpatti. Rajashree Spinning Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Gedee Hopt P Ltd. Mettupalayam TK Sree Anadakumar Mills Ltd. Vedapatti PO. Muthugoundapudur. Mettupalayam Festo Elgi. Ltd. Coimbatore district Sri Kannapiran Mills Ltd. Coimbatore . GN Mills PO. Coimbatore S. Pollachi Ondipudur Oil Complex Ondipudur. Coimbatore The Indo Swiss Synthetic Gem Mfg Co. Singanallur. No. Pulikulam Rd. 130. Tirupur The Gobald Textiles P Ltd. Jadayapalayam. Trichy Rd. Palladam TK Cheran Engg. Coimbatore Revathi EP Equipments Ltd. Avanashi Rd. Coimbatore Sakthi Soyas Ltd. Karamadai. Annur. Ltd. Sowripalayam. Trichy Rd. Thungavi. Madukkarai. BS Sundaram Rd. Avanashi Rd. Pooluvapatti.G. Pollachi Rd. 146 148 150 152 154 156 158 160 162 164 166 168 170 172 174 176 178 180 182 184 186 188 Name and address of the unit Premier Polytronics Ltd. Nellithurai Rd. Singanallur. Coimbatore The Associated cement Co. Avanashi Rd. Tirupur L. Coimbatore Spic Agro Biotech Centre. Jedayampalayam. Coimbatore district Tirupur Textiles Ltd. Coimbatore District Veejay Lakshmi Engg. Coimbatore United Bleachers Ltd. No. Coimbatore The Kumaran Mills Ltd. Coimbatore CPC P Ltd. (Wattle Extracts Division) Mettupalayam Texmo Industries. Mettupalayam Rd. Udumalpet Sri Ranga Vilar Ginning Mills. Coimbatore Sri Ramalinga Choodambigai Mills Ltd. Coimbatore Lakshmi Card Clothing Mfg. Ltd. Perchinaichenpalayam. Krishnasamy Mudaliar Rd. Ganapathy. Mettupalayam Brook Bond Lipton India Ltd. Annur. Udumalpet. Avanashi Rd. Perianaickenpalayam. Coimbatore Coimbatore Pioneer Fertilizer Ltd. Coimbatore Essorpe Mills Ltd. Pollachi. Works Ltd. Coimbatore Premier Paper Products. Krishnapuram PO. Coimbatore Madras Oxygen & Acetyleme Co. Coimbatore Etermit Everest Ltd. Eswaran Koil Street. Sarananampatti PO. Coimbatore Tan India Ltd. Coimabtore PSG Indl Institute. Ltd. KN Puram. Coimbatore Prashanth Textiles P Ltd. Kaniampalayam Rd. Coimbatore Jaya Mills P Ltd. 145 147 149 151 153 155 157 159 161 163 165 167 169 171 173 175 177 179 181 183 185 187 Name and address of the unit The Amaravathi Co-op Sugar Mills Ltd. Peelamedu. Coimbatore District The Dhanalakshmi Mills Ltd. Saravanapatti. Corpn. Coimbatore Elgibi Engg. Co. KR Puram Rd. Works Ltd. Coimbatore KG Denion Ltd. Coimbatore Kamala Sugar Mills Ltd. Avanashi Rd.
SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu.Tons 120 4 5 6 Vanavil Dyes & Chemicals SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. of persons employed 1 2 3 National Sewing Thread Co. Cuddalore Pioneer Miyagi Chemicals Ltd. No. Cuddalore 607 005 Clin Tager’s India Ltd.129 3. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Cuddalore 607 005 45 Indl. Acid Oleum Gryelite Misc. Nellikuppam Aruna Sugars Enterprises Pennadam. Parry’s Confectionery Nellikuppam Neyveli Lignite Corporation Neyveli Aluminium Fluoride RF Acid Ul. Pantasia Chemicals Ltd. fluorides Napthol & Fast Colour based intermediates Confectionery Lignite Electricity Urea Leco Groundnut oil 7500 MT 8050 MT 16830 MT 4950 MT 3000 MT 1000 MT 12000 T 275 140 4700 MT 6. Vridachalam Chemplast Sunmar Ltd. Cuddalore 607 005 Low count cotton Pitch fibre pipes 8160 spindles 6200 M. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu.3 MT 1130 MW 1752000 T 3800000 T 10000 MT 463 20658 7 8 9 10 11 Tamil Nadu Cooperative Oilseeds Growers’ Federation. Cuddalore 607 005. Cuddalore District S. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production No. Alcohol Sugar Sugar Organic chemicals Pentaerythritol ` Bulk drugs Ibuprofen Tinddazole Thermoplastic polyurethane Betanathel Sodium sulphate 13200 KL 2500 TCD 4000 TCD 2500 MT 875 MT 26400 MT 7500 1500 kgs 2500 MT 360 MT 180 MT 60 640 755 100 12 69 13 14 32 71 . SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Kadampuliyur EID Parry Ltd. Semmankuppam Oswali Chemicals Ltd. Chidambaram Nova Roofings & Pipes Ltd. Cuddalore 607 005 Tamil Nadu Florine & Allied Chemicals SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu.
Basic drugs 10 MT Penicillin High Eructosyru 347 113 Adhesives 82 Phosphoric acid 13 Penicillin 365 Analgin Ranaiteln Sugar 325 534 Tannin Products 29 Tex Process 100 64 Phosphoric acid 60 . SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Krishnmurthy Coop. Cuddalore 607 005 Ross Chem Industries SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Cuddalore 607 005. Kollukarankuttai Panruti tk. SIPCOT Industrial Complex Cuddalore. Rallis India Ltd. No. Cuddalore J. Cuddalore SPIC Pharma division Square (D) Bio Tech Ltd. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu.130 S. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production No.L.K. Cuddalore 607 005 Hindustan Lever Ltd. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Cuddalore Morgan Acid and Chemicals SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. Pentafour Products Ltd. Pharma Chemicals Ltd. Ltd. Cuddalore 607 005 Shasun Chemicals Pvt. SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. of persons employed 15 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Galac (P) Ltd. Sugar Mills Sethiyathope. Cuddalore 607 005 Royal Super Fabrics Ltd SIPCOT Complex Kudikadu. M.
Hosur Pan Electronics (I) P Ltd. 15/16 SIPCOT Indl Complex. Pattukonampatti. Denkanikottai TK Duro Flex Coir Inds. Chennathur PO. 175. Thokkampatti PO. PMP Spinning Mills. SIPCOT. B1. 375. Kalugondapalli. Hosur-Talli Rd. Harita.1. 83. Dharmapuri District S. Bommidi. Hosur Sree Thirumalai Electronics Ltd. Hosur Line of activities Electronic & Energy System Indl. 122. Pappireddipatti Thangavelu Spinning Mills P Ltd. Ashok Leyland Ltd. Avanashi Rd. P Ltd. Kallukondallti. Hosur Sivananda Pipe Fittings.No. Hosur 14 Medium & Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles Engines 57 . Hosur Sundaram Fasteners Ltd.V. Rayakottai Rd. Belathur Premier Castings Ltd. Pneumatic Door Lifter Plastic film capacitors Sintered components precision formed Gears and extrusion Machine Crank Shaft Butt Weld & Socket weld Pipe fittings Machines Material Handling Equipments Silicon Wafers 4 47 5 48 6 49 7 50 8 51 9 Ideal Spinning Mills Ltd. No. clutch disc assembly Gas Filled Shock Absorbers. Kalugondapalli. Hosur Silitronics India P Ltd. Coimbatore Rane Brake Lining Ltd. Lasco Steels Ltd. Hosur Orient Vision Ltd. 1 Name and address of the unit Indian Nippon Electronics Ltd. 107. Dharmapuri Gowri spinning Mills. Hosur Premier Mills Ltd. Shangam aluminium Ltd. Explosives 2 3 Tirod Cords Suspension Drug Assemblies stearing gears Rubberised Coir Mattresses Aluminium Extrusion Cotton Yarn Spinnings Cotton Yarn Spinnings Cotton Yarn Spinnings Cotton Yarn Spinnings 45 T. SIPCOT. Kumaragiri Textiles. Convent Rd. Hosur Pushya Indl.131 4. Dharmapuri Devi Spinning Mills.SIPCOT. Hosur Renowned Auto products & Sacks Ltd. No 44 Name and address of the unit Mackwing Explosives & Accessories P Ltd. Receivers 46 Oxygen & Nitrogen Gases Electronic Capacitor grade. Thadagam Panchayat. SIPCOT Indl Complex Hosur Wheat Products like maida. SIPCOT. Hosur Sunjal Engg.. Zuzuvadi. sooji Cotton Spun Yarn 54 12 55 13 Cotton Spun Yarn 56 Shadlow India Ltd. Dharmapuri Line of activities S.Denkanikotai TK Mic Auto Ancillaries P Ltd. Metalised Polypropylene film Yarn Fibre & Processing of cloths Grey Iron Rough Castings Clutch cover assembly. P Ltd. P. SIPCOT Complex. Gases Ltd. 24. Poonapalli. Doddampatti RS Spun Yarn 52 10 Steel Castings 53 11 MKV Flour Mill. Pattukonampatti Rajan Spinning Mills. HosurTalli Rd.
. SIPCOT Indl Complex. Hosur Electro Alloy Special Steel Castings P Ltd. Complex. SIPCOT Indl Complex. 18. Hosur Carboradum Universals Ltd. Hosur Fablene Ltd. Hosur Anand Electronics P Ltd. Hosur Engineering Systems P Ltd. Hosur Thin Ball Bearings. 80. SIPCOT. SIPCOT Complex. SIPCOT Indl. 89. SIPCOT Indl. Hosur Umamageswari Mills Ltd. Complex.11. Ltd. Hosur Wendt (I) Ltd. Hosur Titan Watches Ltd. SIPCOT. Perandapalli Village. Hosur Electronics Corporation of Tamilnadu Ltd. Bushings & Thrust Washers Grinding wheels Printing of High quality Multi Colour offset prints on papers Steel Forgings 63 64 65 Special grade iron casings & Malleable castings Non-stick Aluminium Pressure Cooker Cotton & synthetic Yarn 66 Hydraulic Pumps & Valves Carbon Barium Nitrate Wheels Aluminium Electronic Capacitors Electrical & Electronic Capacitors Alloy Special Steel Castings Fabrication 67 68 Zuzu Wires P Ltd. Hosur Line of activities Ball & Roller Bearing Rough Iron Casing Cigarettes Heavy Duty Automobile Tubes for truck & buses Instant Coffee Grey. Hosur Allied Piping Product (India) P Ltd. Hosur Asia Tobacco Company Ltd. P. Hosur Ferro Magnets and Allied Products Ltd. 90. SIDCO Indl Estate. Jigs. of India Ltd. Hosur Bangalore Tubes P Ltd. Fixtures & Dies Watches 16 17 18 59 60 61 19 62 Fuse gear products 20 21 22 23 24 25 Bi-Metal Bearings Ltd. SIPCOT. Hosur TVS Suzuki Ltd. Hosur The English Electronics Co. Iron & SG Iron Castings 50 CC Mopeds 100 CC Motor cycles Press Tools. 85. Onnalvadi. Krishnagiri Rd. No. 52. Hosur Vim powder Colour chemicals for soap industry 30 Vacuum Cleaners 73 Reckitt and Colman of India Ltd.B. SIPCOT Indl Complex. Hosur Facit Asia Ltd. Hosur Hindustan Power Plus. SIPCOT. 6. Hosur Rolo farm Hosur Copper Coaaated Electrodes Printed Circuit Boards only 26 69 27 70 28 29 All Types of conveyor System equipments Hard Ferrite Magnets 71 72 Hindustan Lever Ltd. 15 Name and address of the unit Asian Bearings Ltd. SIPCOT Indl. 99. Hosur Easun Rerolls Relays & Divices Ltd. No 58 Name and address of the unit The Coimbatore Pioneer. Dharmapuri District. Hosur Usha Telehouse Ltd. 22. Hosur Tools International.137. 26.No. Complex. SIPCOT Indl Complex. 46. 69. Hosur Colour chemicals for soap industry . Hosur. Hosur Line of activities S. Hosur Colour Graphites P Ltd. Hosur TTP Ltd.132 S. 42. 5. 35. Complex Hosur Brooke Bond India Ltd. Thalli Rd. Denkanikottai Rd. SIPCOT. P.No. SIPCOT. Hosur Tamilnadu Alloy Foundry Co. SIPCOT Indl. SIPCOT Indl Complex. EL Forge Ltd. SIPCOT.
Salem Rd. Palacode TK. Dharmapuri Tamilnadu Housing Board Hosur. Metalised Springs 83 Water Supply 84 Housing Facility 85 Electric Transmission systems 43 . Alcohol Plant I. Dharmapuri Dist. Co-op Spinning Mills Ltd. Hosur Lakshmi Card Clothing Mfg. SIPCOT. Dharmapuri District India Nippon Electricals Hosur. SIPCOT Indl Complex. SIPCOT. 31 Name and address of the unit Hindustan Motors Ltd. Hosur Sahakeil Ltd. Hosur ION Exchange India Ltd. Hosur Lakshmi Ring Travellers Ltd. Electronic Typewriters Printed Circuit Boards Tungsten Carbide Cutting Tools Refined sunflower oil 32 75 Industrial alcohol 33 76 Conveyor Systems & Components Double Sulphicitation (Sugar) Cotton Yarn 34 77 35 Chemical Plant & Machinery 78 36 All Types of Automobile Steel Forgings Plastic Film Capacitors Dies Die Rods 79 Yarn 37 80 Aroma Chemicals 38 81 Transport 39 Metalic clothing 82 Supply of power 40 41 42 All Types of ring travellers for textile Machinery Automatic Weaving Machine Accessories & Spares LDP and Ploythene foam Sheets Indl. Krishnagari Conveyor Systems Ltd. 63. Pochampalli. Perandapalli. Hosur Litelon Ltd. SIPCOT. Chennathur. No 74 Name and address of the unit The Tamilnadu Agro Indl.Krishnagiri The Dharmapuri Sugar Mills Ltd. Hosur Line of activities S. Hosur Lakshmi Automatic looms works Ltd. Hosssssur India Forge & Drop Stampings Ltd. Berigai Annai Sathya Transport. Hosur Machs Springs P Ltd. Hosur Kalind Pressings & Products P Ltd. No. Ltd. Nedumaran Nagar. Uthangarai. Hosur Hindustan Teleprinters. 33. Palacode TK Sivamani Spinning Mills Bysuhalli. Mathagondapalli. Hosur Hi-Q Electronics P Ltd. Ind.133 S. 36A. Dharmapuri Dist. 68. Chemical & Plastics India Ltd. Complex. 39. Drachem Speciality Chemicals Ltd. Rayakottai Rd. Co. SIPCOT Indl. Dharmapuri Dharmapuri Electricity System. Dharmapuri TWAD. 105. The Dharmapuri Dist. P. Co. SIPCOT. Hosur Indiacard Ltd. Ltd. 102. Thimmanahalli. Line of activities Power transmission Tortue and Spares Electronic Teleprinters. SIPCOT Indl Complex. SIPCOT Indl complex. SIPCOT. 113. 177.
00 83. Dindigul TK Sri Shanmugavel Mills Ltd.30 lakh kgs.23 661500 kg. No.50 115.00 150. Dindigul District Sl. Dindigul TK Alagiri Spinning & Weaving mills..30 71. Dindigul Kadar Spinners (P) Ltd. Dindigul TK 2400 MT 400 T 1927800 kgs. 24. 19256 spindles 2025 708. Dindigul Sri Annamalaiyar Textile (P) Ltd.67 2254.00 4044.31 384.01 74 446 310 10 11 874. Reddiapatti Vijayasree Spinning Mills. Dindigul TK Bhuvaneswari Textiles Ltd.58 No.62 lakh kgs.00 360.82 ---- 365 360 328 320 47 . Atta.76 5 6 Kamala Selvant Dindigul United India Feeds.94 337.30 3986.05 410..10 293.45 345.63 62 43 7 8 9 Kumar Mallsable Ltd..00 266 150 12 13 14 15 16 Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn 12.. Dindigul TK Sudhan Spinning Mills Ltd.33 1178.47 112. Sivaraj Spinning Mills Ltd. 13018075 kgs. Line of Activities 3 Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Maida.06 616. Flakes Rice Bran Oil and De-ei Paste products lime vermicelli Noodles. Eveready Spinning Mills. Bran.85 2273.00 71.31 192.74 1241. Plant & M/c 7 2663.56 56.91 162.. 32. Dindigul..00 200.15 3870.. Spaghatti Maccrone Rough castings Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn staple Fibre yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Production Quantity Valve (Rs.39 900. 2318 kg.42 119.57 lakh kgs.90 878..74 927.58 3134. Thadiombm Post Annamalaiyar Mills.95 99.14 lakh kgs.29 241.04 Land & Bldg..35 1. Dindigul. Dindigul.60 323.134 5.00 75.00 125. of Persons employed 8 800 200 390 52 6 359. 30. in lakhs) 4 5 32. Per day 19121 T 1886. Dindigul 45000 MT 2400 T 8325.46 ----- 314. Suji. 1458.49 413.16 lakhs 91.13 121. Dindigul Mother Mira Finance and Investment Ltd. 1 1 2 3 4 Name & Address of the unit 2 Soundara Raja Mills Ltd. Dindigul Block Naga Ltd.
60589.2 79..T. Nilakottai TK Servalakshmi Paper & Boards.10 435.82 65 26 27 681.T.04 2077.00 1535.T.Wax Match 554 M.80 80.00 1696.84 752. Dindigul TK Dhanalakshmi Paper Mills Ltd.58 175 19 20 21 2181.P. Nilakottai TK Line of Activities Woven fabrics 10. 17 Name & Address of the unit Alagiri Spinning & Weaving mills. 616.31 823.04 91 23 24 Cotton Yarn Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Atomised Aluminium M.64 50. 2683600 kg. Saravana Spinning Mills (P) Ltd. 623700 kg.05 No. Dindigul.00 57. of Persons employed 85 18 1224000 kg.64 348. M. Spinners (P) Ltd.25 338. 3515803 kg.73 97 250 .00 398. Paper & Others 225 M.00 16.43 534000 kg.50 640. Nilakottai.54 325.G.08 228. Palimer Mills (P) Dindigul TK G. Dindigul.53 4637.G.91 1022...00 366.90 251.77 2306. Dindigul. 16500 MT 15000 MT 835 MT 6500 MT 979. Nilakottai TK The Rajarathina Mills Palani Block & TK 1100 MT 66 lakh kg.20 110.T. 2019305 1834410 kg.000 spindles Cotton Yarn 23640 Spindles Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn & Polyster Yarn Cotton Yarn Production Land & Bldg.Pester 977 M.13 387.Karft 1450 M. Nilakottai TK Neloo Metal Products Ltd...G.02 150 70 26 31 32 Vaigai Fine Tex.78 373. Plant & M/c 42.88 511.32 1797.92 197.56 193..72 116. Reddiarchatram Block. 20 T 103. Kalikkampatti. Dindigul TK Subikaha Spinners (P) Ltd.35 78.G.S. No.90 ---- ----- 13. Industries. M. Nilakottai TK Bojaraj Textile Mills Nilakottai TK Ramnagar Kodairoad. Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Spirulina (Blue Green Algae) Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn 3164.01 196. Vijayalakshmi Paper Mills Ltd.64 110.28 39 47 28 29 30 Thiagarajan Mills Ltd.20 270 419 250 22 427.. Dindigul TK Ambika Cotton Mills (P) Ltd.96 1929. S.82 172.V.135 Sl.20 343 76 25 1373.V.94 402.43 1390.
00 50. 35 Futuva Industries Ltd.V.88 110 41 9825 MT 1580 77.12 126 37 Cotton Yarn 368.56 401.00 2768. of Persons employed 49 Production 458203 kgs.136 33 The Vijayakumar Mills Ltd. Per day 4784.00 2000.. 4952 MT 318. Palani.08 42.00 287. Industries.95 36 Cotton Yarn 910.25 706. Palani TK Cotton Yarn 43580 spindles Cotton yarn Polyester Yarn Fried Banana Chips Line of Activities Cotton Yarn 4011000 1943 kg.V. Thoppampatti Block Siv.56 61 135 46 47 105000 465. Paper Mills (P) Ltd.. 124.89 77. Vayalur Guruvayurappan Textile (P) Ltd..34 431.80 Land & Bldg. No..00 627. 675259 kgs.00 328 40 6030 T 1011. 34 Sl.85 169 43 18271. Thoppampatti Block G. Ltd..98 2 No. Thoppampatti Block V.72 4261...87 109 38 Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Printing and writing papers Sunflour Printing and writing paper Paper Cotton Yarn 6000 spindles Cotton Yarn 5760 spindles 837.71 Plant & M/c 103.23 228. Sri Krishna Vijayan Spinning Mills (P) Ltd. Palani Block Sri Krishna Vijayan Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.06 1737.57 89.00 17.86 107. Paper & Boards Ltd. Palani Block Rajalakshmi Paper Mills Ltd.G. Thoppampatti Block Lambotara Textiles Ltd. Thoppampatti Block Sri Venkateswara Paper & Boards Ltd. 433136 kgs.79 80 ...21 1271.00 276.13 329.47 1628..38 240.24 389.48 664.44 340. Palani Block.13 130 85 48 337. Thoppampatti Block Vishnuvardhan Paper Mills (P).26 120 42 6000 MT 2103. Thoppampatti Block Shri Hari Krishna Papers (P) Ltd.07 1081 600 MT 360.70 320 39 33000 4950.00 510.00 250 44 45 2975. Thoppampatti Block B.G..00 307.. Amravathy Sri Venkatsen Paper Mills (P) Ltd.V...07 T 17500 MT 11000 MT 6000 MT 719494 kg.16 164. 3029.40 1496. Paper Mills (P) Ltd. 14 lakh kg.00 70. Palani.63 23. Palani Name & Address of the unit Sri Sastha Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.
34.38 300 63 1829.89 467 53 54 55 56 Cotton Yarn 16000 spindles Cotton Yarn 16368 spindles Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn 2880 spindles Cotton Yarn 33987 spindles Cotton Yarn 2000 spindles Cotton Yarn 36077 spindles Cotton Yarn 6048 spindles Cotton Yarn 9192 spindles Cotton Yarn 26160 spindles Cotton Yarn 12864 spindles Cotton Yarn 799. Vedasandur Raja Rajeswari Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.. 470 MT 642.88 133.94 855.81 90 52 18. Vedasandur Prabu Spinning (P) Ltd. Vedasandur TK Elkay PEE Spinners (P) Ltd. Vedasandur Block Line of Activities Cotton Yarn 12000 spindles Cotton Yarn 6000 spindles Cotton Yarn 6048 spindles Cotton Yarn Production Land & Bldg. Vedasandur Sri Velayuthasamy Spinning Mills Ltd. Vadasandur TK Vidyasagar Textiles Ltd.35 165 892.73 1553. 6355000 kg. 14 lakhs kgs. Vedasandur Block Cheran Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.68 100 51 1410.70 630. 898800 kgs.60 448 58 1676. of Persons employed 112 50 1050.00 249.. No.63 1893.00 85. Syntex (P) Ltd..94 lakh kgs. 1660995 kg. 4046..44 163 .00 361.00 No.00 252000 kg.00 300.63 lakh kgs.05 223.55 955.00 89.80 416.41 976.00 89.34 216 245.95 lakhs 1560000 2045.. Plant & M/c 600.A. 3310955 kg.34 110.04 237.34 120 59 35.15 1438.. Vedasandur Pandian Textile Mills (P) Ltd. Vedasandur Centwin Textiles (P) Ltd.95 440 60 2058.60 1168.34 146 45 57 4160. Palani TK Parani Spinning Mills.00 150..00 209. 709050 kg...66 119. Palani TK S.. 49 Name & Address of the unit Harshavarthana Cotton & Synthetic Ltd.00 151. Thoppampatti Block Sri Skantha Spinners..70 607.V. 13..08 256.25 95 64 996. 1920000 kg. Vedasandur Block Eastman Spinning Mills (P) Ltd. 300000 kg. 2042272 kg.80 1384..00 186. Vedasandur Block Cholan Tex (P) Ltd..79 933. Thalaiyuthu Palani Andavar Cotton & Synthetic Spinners Ltd.12 37.28 225.137 Sl.74 95 61 284. Vedasandur Thuvam Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.57 515.50 lakh kgs.50 136.00 161 62 3628.
Vadamadurai. 20000000 Nos. 1016500 kg. Vadamadurai Block Bannari Amman Spinning Mills Ltd.85 826. No.32 144 150 .65 257. of Persons employed 90 66 1102500 kg.30 2672.83 No.20 85.57 1124 77 78 79 80 Cotton Yarn 27216 spindles Cotton Yarn 6000 spindles Cotton Yarn 10080 spindles Wooden Chairs wires Cotton Yarn 1376 Retator Clinical glass Thermometer 4976.. Vedasandur TK Neo INTEA Mills Ltd. 2635596 kgs.00 160 ---- 116. 992250. Shiva Distilleries Ltd. Kodaikkanal Line of Activities Staple viscose yarn 100% 5280 spindles Cotton Yarn 19152 spindles Cotton Yarn Production Land & Bldg.03 2661.41 440 75 2536. Vadamadurai Block Viswathabharathy Textiles. Vedasandur Block Saravana Spinning Mills Ltd. 65 Name & Address of the unit Rathinasamy Spinners (P) Ltd. Vedasandur TK Thiruppur Surya Textiles (P) Ltd.00 1200. Per shift per day 1838349 kgs. Vedasandur Adisankara Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.83 124.48 1399.48 356 67 163. 34.01 283. 2719976 kg.88 lakhs kgs. 4973982 kg.00 53 2400. Vedasandur Block Goodwill Textile Mills (P) Ltd.15 214 69 70 Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn 1016.86 265.43 2115. Balakrishna & Bros Ltd.0 0 1.Cotton Mills (P) Ltd.77 250 90 71 72 73 Cotton Yarn 30643 spindles Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn cone Cotton Yarn 33408 spindles Cotton Yarn 28800 spindles Cotton Yarn 3350. Plant & M/c 480.65 438.72 69.72 168 68 Cotton Yarn 2090. 3100000 kgs. Natham TK Hindusthan Level Ltd. 5119200 kgs.00 150.11 225.05 1562.38 50 244 74 6373.68 480.00 2591.52 178 81 82 1294. 1725 kg.65 456.46 424 885. 82330 MT 1682026 kgs.18 363.A.50 279.18 1534.00 318.00 204. Guziliamparai Block L.98 2749.55 243177 kg. Vedasandur Meera Textiles (P) Ltd.35 1040.82 2115.69 1423.40 1019. Vadamadurai Karnal Kumar Spinning Mills Ltd. Vedasandur Block Guhan Textile Mills (P) Ltd.138 Sl.50 1107.G.73 185 76 3572. Velvarkotai C. 221.00 616.69 296.79 101. Vedasandur Sri Moogambiga Spinning Mills Ltd.29 149. 438000 kgs.05 66.81 359 394.95 lakhs 9476. 1800000 kgs. 1014500 kgs.97 3010.V. Vadamadurai Super Spinning Mills Ltd. Vedasandur Block Mani Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.
40s. 60s & 80s Cotton yarn in cases 20s. s/20s. The Periyar District Coop.Textiles Ltd. 1 Name and address of the unit Sri Natesar Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd. Sakthi Sugars Ltd. Kodiveri PO. Bhavani TK Subbathal Spinning Mills Ltd. Gobi. Bhavanisagar PO Poppys Spinning Mills P Ltd. Ramanathapuram PO. Gobi. s/20s. Dharmapur. Gobi TK The Tamilnadu Co-op. Line of activities Cotton yarn/ synthetic Fibre yarn/Man-made yarn White Crystal Sugar Cotton yarn Processing of Cotton. P. No.139 6. Dyeing. Erode Sri Bhanvani Textile Processors P Ltd. Textile Processing Mills Ltd. Periyapuliyur. of persons employed 403 2 3 4 375000 MT 686. Mulanur Velan Textiles P Ltd. Kangayam. 336 MT 319 240 129 5 4289719 MT 313 6 7 18120 10. Perundurai The Coimbatore Pioneer Mills Ltd.R. Mecerising. V. Anbu Wattle Extracts P Ltd. Erode 1972000 kg 700 1200 T 147 Polyster yarn P/U Yarn Wattle myrabalan Extracts in Spray dried powder form Paper Cotton Yarn 100% Cotton Yarn Rectified & Nueutral Spirit Cotton Yarn & Polyster Job work textiles processing 122529 kg 80 3500 MT 88 12 13 14 15 278 T 170 kg 750000 kg 20000 Lt 305 46 141 45 16 17 100 T 9996 lakh mtr 542 164 . Erode. Erode District S. Processors ltd. Perundurai TK Pariyur Amman Spinning Mills Ltd. Erode Bannari Amman Sugars Ltd.49 kg.21 kg 200 773 8 9 10 11 Kandasamy Spinning Mills P Ltd. Spinning Mills Ltd. Bhavani. TT Maps & Publications Ltd. Sathiyamangalam. Suriamapalayam. Printing Cotton Yarn in hands 20s.Puliampatti. bleaching & dyeing of yarn Beaching. Manmade fabrics. Erode. Palavakalipalayam. bleaching. 60s & 80s Cotton Yarn Fibre Yarn SG Iron Casting Capacity 2330 MT No. Coimbatore Allied Chemicals Ltd. Foundry Division. Rajalakshmi Tex. Deying & finishing Beaching. 40s. dyeing & printing of cloth.
Crystal Knit Processors P Ltd.M. Erode The Periyar Dist.140 S. Ammapet. Shanmugaraj Spinning Mills P Ltd. Line of activities Printing. Hajee Mohamed Meera. Erode. of persons employed 125 ----- 3 4 5 6 30 T 25 T 15 T 39329 T 25000 spindles 25000 spindles 8 114 ----586 7 8 9 Textile Weaving Polyster Viscose Cotton Indl. M. Co-op Mills Procedures Union Ltd. Erode E. Sathy. Chithode PO Sri Krishna Vanaspathy Producers. Grey Cloth Cotton Yarn Cellulosic Pureyarn 17. ghee and skimmed milk Cotton Yarn Vanaspathy Finished Leather Black granite slabs & tiles Cotton Knitting Cloth White Crystal Sugar. Kanchi Parrys Confectionary Ltd. Kancheepuram District S. Mevalurkuppam Village. Cut Fast Abrasive Tools Ltd. Industrial Alcohol Cotton Yarn Spinning Knit Processing Capacity 5000000 mtr 9000 T No. Bhavani TK Sri Ramakrishna Mills Ltd. 18 Name and address of the unit Manjula Textile Processors. Appakoodal. No. No.Nagar. Sathi TK City Mills P Ltd.M.M.K. Kancheepuram SSY Mills Ltd. M. Sriperumbudur TK Reginous Oil Chemicals P Ltd. 1 2 Name and address of the unit Modern Rice Mill.72 281 18 lacs metre 1600 T 650 T 50 477 . Maraimalai nagar. of persons employed 138 19 408 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 6218. Bannaariamman Sugars Ltd. R.Nagar Indra Cotton Mills Ltd. Thimmavaram ABT Industries Ltd.Pudur.Nagar Veeraraghava Textiles P Ltd. Uthiramerur. M.51 lakh pieces 10000 sq.58 kg 7500 T 4. Chinniaympalayam PO Sakthi Sugars. Bhavani.N. Kancheepuram Kamatchiamman Coop Spinning Mills Ltd. calendering & Stentering of cloth Butter. Erode. Jagampet Gardens Line of activities Rice Processing Fruit Juices Beverage Refined Castrol Dehydrated Castrol Dio Oil Confectionery Cotton Yarn & Blended Yarn Cotton Yarn Capacity 22000 MT 8008 T No. Dyeing & Bleaching. mt 291050 kg 4000 T --------- 245 16 43 45 10 1607 230 115 7.
Chennai-43 3865 Nos 5000 T ---15 lacks pcs 625 MT 225 Mill 17. Technology Plastics Ltd. Thiruvanmiyur.P.T. Leather Waghan. Liquid Products.00 lacks prises 19. Atlas. Guduvancherry R.M.I. Ramapuram. Chennai-43 I. Chennai Nagarajan & Co P Ltd.M. Nagar. Thomas Mount.F. M. Singaadivakkam village Hadimbass Creations (P) Ltd. Footwear International Ltd. Chrompet.72 1101 Mt 6483000 15.50 lacs No. Footwear components Full Shoes Finished Leather Manufacturing Reclaimed Rubber Sheet Rubber Contraceptives Polyster Viscose Polyster Cotton Pet Bottle HDPS Woven Sacks Lakhs Indian Made Foreign Spits (impl) Flavouring Essence 18 6. No. of persons employed 296 11 12 13 14 37 100 9 85 15 16 Finished Leather Leather Shoe Upper 220 490 17 Shoe Uppers Full Shoes Leather Footwear Goods. Kancheepuram Bus Boke Allan (P) Ltd. Journals Paper Laminated Paper Finished Leather Capacity 245 Mill Standard Impressions 80. India Ltd. Pallavaram SS & Y Mill M. Pharma Ltd. Pudupakkam Village ElGI Rubber Products Ltd.ft 12 Million 4. St.141 S. Presidency Kid Leather Ltd. Vandalur.P. Kancheepuram S. Nagar.A.00 lakh sq. Pamphletes.00 lacs 5007 MT 1760 T 24. Mount Rd. M. Pukkathurai Prakash flexibles Ltd. Chennai-44.00 lacs 680 254 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Indo Swiss Exports Ltd.S. London Rubber Co (India) Ltd. Books & Job Work Books. Nagar. Chennai-89 The Chrome Leather Co Ltd. Chennai Line of activities Printing Maps.M. Kanchi Dist Magnum Polynex (India) Ltd. Chennai Empee Distilleries Ltd. Chrompet. Cholan Paper & Boards Mill Ltd.00 lacs cases P. Guduvancherry Bokitya Tanneries Ltd. Tablets. Kancheepuram India Shoes. Waczech Leather Indsutry. Pallavaram.Maps & Publications Ltd. Directories.05 TPA 234 80 55 215 150 550 47 2 65 300 177 Pharmaceutical/mfrs. Finished Leather Full Shoes System. Chrompet. 5698. Fathien. 16580 MT 438 .00 lacs 10. Kancheepuram Dist.T. Toursit Guinde.G. 10 Name and address of the unit T.T.
Medi Pharma Ltd. Perungudi Chennai-96 Tamilnadu-Dhada Pharmaceutical Ltd. Capsules. Superpospate Pharmaceuticals Vitamin Liquids Solvent Extraction Rice Bran Oil Cake Salt Marine Chemical Intraveneties-flviel Aromatic chemical musk ambrette. India Forge and Drop Stamplings.142 S.Nagar. 31 Name and address of the unit Vorian Chemicals Indl & Distilleries Ltd.W. Chennai –32 Pamban Oil Mill (P) Ltd. Nandambakkam. Neervallur PO. Transfersion Fertilizer. Vials. Perungudi Chennai-96 GNP (Madrass) Ltd. Leather Garments Processing of paints Enamels & Paints Tablets. Sulphuric Acid.L. Kilambakkam India Pistons Ltd. Nagar Unity Forgings & Stampings (P) Ltd. Foundries Ltd. Chrompet. Toilet Preparation. Associated Engineering Enterprises & Castings Line of activities Indl. Chennai-44 Light Roffing Ltd. of persons employed 52 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Cosmetics.R.M Nagar Chendur Forge Exports.M. Housing Factory. Kanchi Maruthi Crystal Salt Co Ltd. Musk & Gold Musk become Perfumery compounds Asphatic Roofing sheets Prefabricated Housing components Hollow Blocks Pistons Conversion of Steel billetes into steel E.G. Vedanarayananpuram PO Ponds (India) Ltd. Chennai Reptakas Brett & Co Ltd. M. M.M.Pipes Rough Steel Forging 9000 T 2000 Pieces 2700 MT 8110 L 400 177 530 33000 HT 66000 HT 1000 Kilos 30000 MT 45000 MT 12000 T 15 milli bottles 560 T 256 199 82 350 100 52 41 42 64000 MT 43000 MT 263 150 43 44 36000 Nos 1000 MT 186 30 45 46 25000 Mt 3600 MT 250 105 47 48 49 Steel Forging Malleable Nihard Iron Castings 5000 T 5100 MT 4320 MT 160 490 64 . Ampoules. Alathur Maschmeijer Aromatics (India) Ltd. Thuraipakkam. Thiruporur R. Chennai Tamilnadu Steel Tubes Ltd. Chennai-74 Kothari Indl Corporation Ltd.P. Liquids.R.C. Kanchi V. Chennai I. Alcohol Capacity 10650 kls No. M. No. Kandanchavadi. Chettipunyam.
M. M. Marconi Instruments service motor Automobile Tractor M. Chennai Madras Automic Power Station. parry (I) Ltd. Kanchi Raipur Abrasives Pvt. Pudupakkam Village Aeip Precision Products Ltd. Velacher Rd. Perungudi. Perungudi. D-4. Pukkathurai.75 lacs 300 Nos 1. Pallikkaranai Advani Oerlikan Ltd.M.5 Million 16 100 Mill 50 lacs 5 lacs 75 lacs 0. Nagar Complex Duramettalic Sannar Ltd. Thorapakkam Line of activities Rotational Moulding Process Steel Sheets.M. M. Of Machine tools & accessories Wekdubg Cibsynabkers Spl.Nagar. Chennai-96 Hilversum Electronics Division E. Bukkathurai Village.I. Pallavaram.Roads New Bus Body & 192 Bus major Repair of Buses Bodies Carburator Water Pumps. No.D. Chrompet. Chennai – 48 Ucal Machine Tools (P) Ltd. 50 51 Name and address of the unit Infra Industries Ltd. Fuel Pumps 33854400 mwm 2000 MT 8000 MT 5000 MT 137145 meters lacs 1170 60 64 1713 65 66 Rane (Madras) Ltd. Indl complex.C.143 S. Vandalur. Nagar ----- 1051 ---- 560 67 76872 145488 254935 350 . of persons employed 149 64 52 53 54 108516 46373 54270 210000 150000 303 92 120 55 56 57 58 59 Mfr.M. Guindy. Chennai-32 Corporation Transport Ltd. Kancheepuram Gangadharam Appliances Ltd. Kanchi Dist Reed relays & Electronics (I) Ltd. Purpose machines dies & moulds Electronic components Reed Switch Reed Relays Key Board Switch Producing Switch Terminal Key Boards Electronic Equip and Components Soft Ferrite 50 Nos 55.50 lacs Nos 160 LAC Weighting Systems 250 T 270 120 31 60 250 60 Inchem Instruments Ltd.M. Chennai 159 61 130 62 63 Production electricity Printed Circuit Board Single Double Multi F/B/SSG Relays. Chennai Pentafour Products P ltd. Chennai-96 GEC Alsthom (I) Ltd. Ltd. Seevaram. Karapakkam Accessories. Kalpakkam Fortran Circuit Electronics (P) Ltd. Control Panels. Guindy Machine Tools Ltd. Nagar Shaha Keil Ltd. Grills & Ms Ingets Pressure Cooker Pressure Pan Vacuum Cylinder Liners Mechanical Capacity 50000 15000 MT No. M.
No.. 3 4 White Crystal Sugar. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Investment Land & Building (Rs. of Persons employed 6 626 124 1 1 2 3 Cement Mnf. Of Asbestos pipes and Coulers Mnf.00 22. Zircon.82 47. The Tiruchirappalli Dist. Line of Activities Capacity Production No. 2 3 4 3 Treated and Seasonal Rubber. Karur. Pugalur. Fenner India Ltd. Manavalakurichi. Sugar Cane Cotton Yarn Spinning 4 600000 MT 1000 Nos Per Year 4000 TCT 25580 Spindles 180000 MT Per annum 2500 MT Per Month 6048 Spindles 12480 Spindles 5 829260 MT 300 Nos.10 34 273 702 5 Illuminite.1202. No.. Rs... Karur District Sl. Wood and Wood product Nylon Monofilament Yarn for Fichnets Cotton yarn Cotton yarn Plant & Machinery (Rs. Sri Rathanagiri Spinners (P) Ltd.in Lakhs) 5 118.08 No. Co-op.. of Persons employed 7 108 1 1 2 Borax Morarji Ltd. Mochakottampalayam The EID Parry India Ltd.51 43. Kanyakumari District Coop. Of News Print And Pinting & Writing Paper Prodn. Thammathukonam.. etc. Balakrishnana & Brothers Ltd.00 780 9.00 1378.. Pugalur. Indian Rare Eathe Ltd. Mayanur. Per day 320 469 5 6 7 8 Mnf.. And sellers of Cotton Hosiery Yarn Cotton Yarn 1707 241 100 300 . Kanyakumari District Sl.45 Lakhs 176075 MT 4022 MT Per annum 1200 Kgs. Rutile. Tamilnadu Asbestos Pipes Ltd. Aralvoimozhy. Spinning Mills Ltd.02 315..00 482. Name & Address of the unit 2 Chettinad Cement Corporation Ltd. Vasantham Monofile (P) Ltd.G. Per day 6900 Kgs.. Puliyur L. Chenbagaramanputhur. Spinning Mills Ltd.04 607..in Lakhs) 6 516. Mayanur. Of Automobile Bodies for Buses & Vans. Karur Tamilnadu Newsprint Paper Ltd.. 595. Nagammal Spinning Mills Ltd.144 8.. Krishnarayapurm. Vettoornimadam.
50 lakhs Kgs 7. No. No. Thenur. Thirumangalam Madurai 625 712 Tvl Sree Nagalakshmi Textile Mills(Madurai Ltd. Visalakshi Nagar Madurai 625401 Tvl The Metal Powder Co. Sidec Indl.00 1885..00 40. S.00 No. of Persons employed 40 335 9 10 11 12 Mnf. Karur Amaravathy Textiles (P) Ltd.) S No. Karur.00 490.00 705 5 Pyrotechnic Al.48 lakhs 614 . of persons employed 189 1 2 3 4 Tvl Paramount Textile Mills Ltd. Madurai Rajapalayam Road. Good Will Textiles (P) Ltd.00 lakhs Kgs 175.00 36 lakhs 36 lakhs 557 1390 6 Cotton yarn Blended yarn 4313591. Name & Address of the unit VNC Electrodes..00 1850. Madurai Tvl Sri Sivagami Mills Ltd. Vellalapatty. Sengunthapuram. Karur. Spinning of Cotton Yarn 100 MT 275 MT Per month 1500 MT 14112 60 MT 260 MT per month 50 MT 3500 Kg. KCP Packaging Ltd. Per day 24 162 10.145 Sl. Thirali. Mnf. T Kunnathur Madurai 626708 Tvl Sree Visalakshi Mills (P) Ltd. Perumalpatti Road Vellaripatti Melur Tk.Ltd Maravankulam Thirumangalam Madurai 625706 Tvl TVS Sri Chakra Ltd.. Powder Zinc Dust Tyres Tubes 1067 MT 2167 MT 2500 MT 3292883 Nos 2479829 Nos 1328.19-20-26. Of PP/HDPE Bags for Cement Packing Mnf. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production Qty Value (Rs.powder Atomised Al. Karur. Madurai District S. Of Cotton Fabrics. Mayanurm. Of Wlding Electrodes. Line of Activities Capacity Production No. Samanallur Post Madurai 625402 Cotton grey cloth 1000000 Mtrs OE Cotton yarn RS Cotton yarn 2.in lakhs) 330.23 Kgs 4168.00 70 Cotton yarn Polyester yarn 12 lakhs Kgs 4 lakhs Kgs 1050.
1275 723 14 Dattatareya Textiles (P) Ltd. Thirumangalam. Cotton yarn Voil yarn 225 kms 25056 spindles 45 T 841. Puliankulam Madurai Thiyagarajar Mills Ltd. B Mettupatti Post Alanganallur via Vadiaptti Tk.20 381 Silk yarn 15 Sundaram Textiles Maruthur Road Therku Theru. 3 Madurai Melakal Road Kochadai. 211 South Veli Street Madurai Cotton yarn 51 Tp 43544 spindles 1250 TCD 215000 T 335 tonnes 1463 lakhs 600 16 White crystal Sugar Automobile rubber components Servicing and repairing of automobile 19.9 MT 1370. T. Samayanallur Madurai Shri Meenakshi Mills Ltd. Sundaram Iyengar & Sons Ltd. 165 lakhs nos. Madurai 16. Rubber Division Kochadai. Madurai 18.30 lakhs 694 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 National Corporation Sugar Mills Ltd. Palanganatham Unit Madurai Mangayarkarasi Mills Ltd. Madurai Seethalakshmi Mills Thirunagar Madurai Fenner India Ltd. Madurai Sugars Pandiyarajapuram Vadipatti Tk. Kappalur.35 611 17 2200.62 2842 Cotton yarn 243 Cotton yarn 4. Sundaram Industries Ltd. Maruthur Road Therku Theru.146 S.88 6.29 419 Spinning Weaving Vandam belts Oil seals and Rubber products Conveyor belt 48040 spindles 79 looms 60 lakhs nos. Madurai 625502 Shri Meenakshi Mills Ltd Paravai Unit.V.75 10. No.04 1075 Cotton yarn 3018. of persons employed 4. Sugar 129000 bags Cotton yarn 40772 spindles 89840 spindles 14432 spindles 3. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production No.00 1050 18 50 .
Bypass Road Madurai Coats Viyella India Ltd. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production No. No.00 36 21 22 23 Athilakshmi Oil Mills (P) Ltd. cushion binders. Nagar.P. No. pigments disposed Rice bran oil 25 lakhs 4000 T 2200. Madras Suspensions Ltd. acrylic polymers. Bayer indian Syntams Ltd. Tappered leaf springs Cotton yarn canvas fabrics. Madurai Industrial Textiles PB No.35 New Jail Road Madurai-1.3 111 cross Street D.147 S. warp sheets 54116 spindles 1818. Usilai Road. tyre cord. 29/3 Valayankulam Village Madurai Industrial synthetic diamonds Synthetic tanning agents. of persons employed 48 19 20 Industrial Diamonds Ltd. Thirumangalam. Narasinganpatti Melur Tk. duck fabrics.03 13409 .s. Thummakundu Village usilampatti Tk.
Manalmodu. Salt Factory Ayakkaranpulam. Sugar Mills Ltd. No. Panangudi. TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Vedaranyam The Madras Refineries Ltd... Thalainayar.148 11. Erkkur Sirkali TK Nadippisai Pulavar ER Ramasamy Co-op. of Persons employed 7 658 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 Thanjavur District Coop. in lakhs) 5 6 ------No. Nagapattinam District Sl. Mannilam TK 3 Cotton Spinning 4 25000 Spindles Rice ---- ---- 66 Rice Sugar 1250 TCD ---- ---- ---838 Rice Rice bran oil Salt Chemicals Oil Refining 15 MT per day 75 MT 360 TPA 500000 TPA 4500 524 42 473023 63633 80 74 179 .Tarangambadi TK DCW Ltd. Sitharkadu. Tarangambadi TK FCI Solvent Extraction Plant. Chemical & Plastics India Ltd. TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Spinning Mills. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity Production Quantity Valve (Rs. Sembanar Koil. Mayiladuthurai TK TNCSC Modern Rice Mill.
11/1-A. Namakkal District Sl.. of Persons employed 7 892 145 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 Salem Co-op. Ponni Sugars and Chemicals Let. Pallipalayam. Pappampalayam. 300+ 600 Lakhs ---- ---- ---- 100 Cotton ---- ---- 325 8 Cotton ---- ---- 250 9 Garden Process ---- ---- 20 10 Papers ---- ---- ---- 11 Sugar ---- ---- ---- ---- 12 13 Sugar Chemicals ------- ------- ------- ------- 14 Cotton ---- ---- ---- ---- . Rasipuram TK Sri Sampoornalakshmi Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.149 11. Pallipalayam Golden Garden Processed Fords (P) Ltd. Kurinchi Chemicals (P) Ltd. 241 Thousand Kg. Kutchipalayam Tiruchengodu TK 3 Sugar Cotton 4 2500 Tonnes 312915 Kg. Rasipuram TK Kutti Spinners (P) Ltd. Arunachala Gounder Textile Mills Ltd.. ---- ---- 297 Papers 416 Tonnes 2874448 Kgs. No. Thokkavadi... Thennampillaikadu Shesahsayee Papers & Boards Ltd. UjanaiTiruchengodu TK Lakshmi Saraswathi Cotton Mills (P) Ltd. Tiruchengodu TK The Salem Co-op. Sugar Mills. Thokkawadi PO. Namakkal Cotton Mills (P) Ltd... Namakkal Rd. Tiruchengodu TK Sanguntha Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity Production Quantity Valve (Rs. 1164281 Kgs. Pettapalayam. Tiruchengodu TK Kovai Maruthi Papers & Boards (P) Ltd... Paramath Velur TK PKPN Spinning Mills Ltd. in lakhs) 5 6 ------------No. Muthukalippatti PO. Pallipalayam. Sugar Mills Mohanur. Keeranur.. Cotton ---- ---- 58 Cotton ---- ---- 227 Cotton 397250 Kgs.. 939188 Kgs.
Gelatine 2250 MT Phosphery 7000 MT 1750.Sq.00 Hand Sewing Million 12. The Nilgiris The Nilgiris District Coop.Sq. Company Ltd. 0.300 Bromide paper M. The Nilgiris 4 5 6 The Cerdite Factory. No Particulars furnished by them. 3. Ooty 2 3 Rallis India Ltd. 3. Nilgiris District Sl. The Nilgiris 83 ..00 Surgical Needless Million 120000 Knitting Pins-AL Gross 402. 4 2..Mtrs. Milk Producers Union Ltd.Sq. No. Gudalur.150 13.Sq.Mtrs.162 X-ray films M.95 MT 45..Sq.Mtrs.727 M.. in lakhs) 5 6 No.Mtrs. Cine films Edible Mushroom 100% Export unit Milk Butter Ghee Cheese Instant Tea 4000 Tonnes 98. 4.80 MT 314 MT 3 328 547 355 297 7 Nestle India Ltd.Mtrs. The Nilgiris Ponds India Ltd. of India Defence Factory.823 Roll films M. Ooty Needle Industries (India) Ltd.30 MT 33.54 Lak Litre 62. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity Production Quantity Valve (Rs. of Persons employed 7 3882 1 1 2 The Hindustan Photofilms Mfr.493 Magnetic Tape M. Ooty.54 Snap Fasteners Million Govt.
Kunnam TK Vijiay Cements Private Ltd. Kunnam TK Madras Cement Ltd.70 10. of Persons employed 7 195 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 Dharani Cements Ltd. No. Ariyalur TK Tamil Nadu Cement Private Ltd.54 5 Cethar Vessels Ltd SF No.00 No.hr.51 31200 spindles per month 6 lakhs cu. Aliyanizhai.00 tonnes p.10 lakhs amp. of persons employed 422 1 Sri Nadiambal Textiles Mills.11 4 Industrial Oxygen Dissolved Acetylene.. in lakhs) 5 6 66000 2000. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production Quanitity No.151 14. 48 . Trichi Pudukottai Road Mathur. Perambalur District Sl. Trichi Pudukottai Road Pudukottai Cotton yarn 182.. Viralimalai Thaila Spinners (P)Ltd Cauveri Nagar Pudukottai National Oxygen Ltd. Mathur Viralimalai Pressure vesseles FBC boilers process equipements High energy batteries and calcium cells 129.26 2 Food products 65. No.a p. Pudukottai District S. Reddipalayam Post. Lime waste 122. Aranthangi King Flour Unit (P)Ltd.m. Sendurai TK Perambalur Sugar Mills Kunnam TK India Cement Ltd. for the shift 500000 MT 7604. 5 lakhs per annum 20 lakhs per annum 2400 MTs per annum 721 81 123 278.91/1 Mathur Viralimalai 6 High Energy Batteries Avoor Road. Sendurai TK 3 Ordinary Portland Cement (43 grade) Cement Cement Cement White crystal sugar Cement 4 44000000 447273000 91100000 274400000 265466000 383000000 874 93 321 650 250 15.26 25000 spindle per annum 9000 MTs per month 33 3 Cotton yarn 12.47 66000 MT 6600000 3000 Tonne/Day 900000 MT 1650.00 4257. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capital Investment Production Quantity Valve (Rs.a.
Sundaram Industries Ltd.15 10. Ltd. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production Quanitity No. Erasanayakkanpatti. Pudukottai T.00 315 11 Fasteners Automobiles bolts. Viralimalai Rockfort Fasteners (P) Ltd.80 per annum 353 17 Automobile vehicles repairing and servicing 24.00 36 60.58 200 MTs per annum 2000 MTs per annum 360 Nos per annum Industrial valves process control equipments Coach body building 154. Erasanaikkanpatti Viralimalai.94 14 113. (Coach Division) Trichi Road. Forgings Ltd. Sundaram Industries Ltd (Retreading Division) thirumayam Road Pudukottai.25 15 Tyre retreading works 39. Viralimalai Sundaram Industries Ltd. Viralimalai M. Thirumayam Road Pudukottai Industrial fabrics 632. Muthammal Textiles (P) Ltd.. of persons employed 197 7 8 9 10 S R S Industrial Fabrics Sri Ram Fibre Group Unit Viralimalai Moorgo India Ltd Vadugapatti. nuts & screws. Viralimalai.46 10. Viralimalai.02 2000 MTs 36 119.90 16 Coach body building 39. (Coach Division) Thirumayam Road.00 1288. Mandaiyur.44 12 13 Forgings Hydraulic power steering and gears Cotton yarn 350.V.152 S. Rane Power Steering Ltd. Viralimalai. Sundaram Iyengar & Sons Pvt. Pet bottles 172.M.80 per annum . No. Livia Polymers Bottles (P) Ltd Main Road.
153 S.39 Tyre retreading Steel forging Industrial valves Cotton yarn .55 6000 MT 119. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production Quanitity No.. Brasanaiyakkanpatti. of persons employed 64 18 Hydro S & S Industries SIPCOT Complex Pudukottai 19 20 21 22 23 Em Em Textiles Saveriyar Puram Thirumayam Taluk Sundaram Industries (Retreading Division) Thirumayam Rad. Pudukottai Madras Motors (P) Ltd. No. Fisner India Ltd 89/1 Vadugapatti village Viralimalai post Pudukottai Lakshmi Shanmugam Spinning Mills Lakshmi Avenue Namanasamuthiram Thirumayam Mineral moulding compound colour master batches and other chemical products Cotton yarn 242.
34 2. Kamuthakudi Mannan Cotton Mill Veeracholan Road. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Investment Rs. Salem.30 144 3 Cotton Yarn Polyester viscose blended yarn NA 4. Burnt Magnesite. No. Curdie magnesite. Burnt Magnesite. Achundhan vayal Ramanathapuram Sri Nithyakalyani Textiles C. Salem12. Portland Cement. Salem –5..25 1. Sankari. 4 0. The India Cement Ltd.84 1.154 16. Sri Rajendra Mills. Aluminium Extruders. in Crores. Ramanathapuram District Sl. . Burnt Magneite.. Karuppur. Mamngam.K. The Sambandam Spinning Mills. The Jawahar Mill. Cotton yarn. No. Salem. Burn Standard Co.845 71 .Managalam Thiruvodanai Co-operative Spinning Mills.20 No. Abiramam Aayisha Cotton Mill Abiramam Srinidhi Industries Ltd. Cotton yarn.00 37. Investment on Plant & Machinery (In Crore) 5 Name & Address of the Unit Pioneer Spinners National Textile Corporation. The Madras Aluminium Co. Achankulam Kamudhi taluk Line of Activity Employment 1 Yarn Cotton Spinning Yarn 643 2 13.25 --1. Spinning Mill. 3 Twisting yarn. The Salem Textiles. Salem. Cotton yarn. Attur Dalmia Magnesite. Tata Refractories. Salem District Sl. of Persons employed 5 350 1000 900 3500 3500 ---190 3000 1300 ------- 2 The Salem Coop.90 6.. Salem. Tamilnadu Magnasite Ltd.76 11.. Salem. Salem. Mettur.00 7. Cotton yarn.28 117 4 4 400 5 NA NA 6 Closed 17.
MetturDam.42 ---- The Mettur Spinning Mills. Salem. The Salem Cylinders (P) Ltd.76 28. Chettichavadi.41 5.25 8. Sivaganga TK Lakshmi Shankar Mills Ltd.S.C. Silicon. Suji. United Solvent extraction (P) Ltd. Salem5. P. Manamadurai TK Tamilnadu Chemical Products Ltd. Kandagiri Spinning Mills (P) Ltd.28 2.70 --177.Cold round sheets. L. Kallal Line of Activity Cotton Yarn Kraft Papers Pottasium Chlorate and Perchlorates Cotton Cone Yarn Sodium Hydrasulphite and Liquid Sulphur-DIOxide Pottasium Chlorate Cement Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Spinning . SIPCOT Complex. Thambi Modern Spinning Mills. Devekottai.V. Puliyur. No. Caustic Soda..15 ---1. 6.. Okkur. etc. Mettur-Dam.68 3. in Crores. The Salem Roller Flour Mill. The Mettur Chemicals Corporation.P. Salem. Salem. Regin. Travancore Chemicals Mf. Premier Rollet Flour Mills (P) Ltd.25 0. The Salem Regractorias Karruppur. Manamadurai TK Somasundaram Super Spinning Mills. S.. Salem-14 Relco (P) Ltd. Milk products. Cotton yarn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name and address of the unit Sri Kadari Ambal Mills P Ltd. Suji. Koviloor Vaigai Chemical Industrial P Ltd.Gas Cylinder Rice Bran oil. The Salem Dist. Salem. Mettur. The Steel Authority of India Ltd. Cotton yarn. Sivagangai District S.. Attur. Burnt Magnesite. Mettur-Dam. etc.31 0. of Persons employed ---------1800 800 230 ---------100 200 ---------------- 18. Coop. etc.00 5. Manamadurai Sri Kannathal Textiles P Ltd. No. Sivagangai Madurai Cement P Ltd. The Chemplaster.. Milk Producers Union.155 Sl. Muthanendal PO. Manamadurai TK Tamilnadu Chlorates Ltd. Cotton yarn. Cotton Yarn Carbon and Metal folks regustors. Co. The Metkam Silicon Ltd.41 1. Mettu-Dam. Manalur. MaIda.. Sivagangai Sri Visalakshi Mills P Ltd. MaIda.57 1. Salem-1.No. Manalur. Salem.. Salem. Barium Dloride. The Annamalai Cotton Mills.. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Investment Rs. Salem.
Ltd. Poovanthi.No. Sivaganga TK Kathirvel Textiles P Ltd. Rajakambiram. SIPCOT. Karaikudi TNGSC Ltd. Padamathur Post. Manamadurai Corm Industries and General Enterprises Ltd. Silaiman. Singapunari. Chettinadu. Manalur. Devakottai Rd. Thirumanjolai Post. Chettinadu Kaleeswarar Mills P Ltd. Sakkanthi. Manamadurai TK Sri Rukmani Mills Ltd. Sivaganga TK Varadalakshmi Mills Ltd. Madurai Sree Snehavalli Textiles Ltd. Sivagangai Indian Hume Pipe Co. Manamadurai TK Sri Kumar Textiles P Ltd. Nachiyapuram. Sivaganga TK Seethalakshmi Weaving Mills. Manalur. Modern Rice Mill. Sivagangai The Madras Motors Ltd. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Name and address of the unit Sakthi Sugars Ltd. Sivagangai TK Sri Vadivambigai Textiles Ltd. Manamadurai TK Asian Glue Chemicals Ltd. Kalayarkoil. Sivaganga TK Line of Activity White Crystal Sugar Cotton Yarn Spinning Cotton Yarn Ferrous Forging Concrete Pipes Cotton Yarn Paddy Processing Maize (Corn) Products Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Cotton Yarn Ossein and Chemical Products Spinning Mill Cotton Yarn Cotton Gada Yarn Cotton Yarn and Blended Yarn . Sivaganga TK Natchammai Cotton Mills Ltd.156 S.
of persons employed 142 1 2 Nisha Kishan Spinning Mills Pvt. SRVS Ltd. Thanavur Thanjavur Textile Public Ltd Company. Madurai Road.31 crores 20. 257 7500 6000 3600 2100 457 7193. Theni District S.. manufacturing clerus Sheet metla Arms & accessories Acetic acid liquid Acetaide hyde liquid under pressure Ethil acetate liquid Sugar Rectified spirit Molasses Neutral spirit Sugar 682 264 8 King chemicals vadacheri 9 Thriu Arooran Sugar Ltd. 1 1 2 3 4 5 Name & Address of the unit 2 TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Kottur Village. Andipatti. Shri Renuga Textiles Ltd. Ltd. Theni Sarvesh Cotton Mills Ltd. of Persons employed 6 53 57 68 59 650 3 Boiled Rice and Broken Rice Boiled Rice and Raw Rice Pure bran Boiled Rice boiled bran Par boiled rice Yarn 6 7 Sugar lolasses Febrication bus bodies Misc. 10. 24.43 1530. Thirunageswaram TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Theni Cotton yarn 651312 kgs 3 Cotton yarn Towels Dyed yarns Yarn 6800767 kgs 1250252 kgs 900000 kgs.83 No.00 1181. Ammanpettai FCI Modern Rice Mill. Thirumangalagudi 10 Ambiga Sugar Ltd. Ponnagar. 87 Cumbum Road. No.Thanjavur Arignar Anna Sugar mills. Pattukkottai TNCSC Modern Rice Mill.61 40500 MT lakhs 12000 KL 18000 KL 3000 KL Newly opened unit details could not be gathered so far.in lakhs) 657. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production Qty Value (Rs.54 2125. Kurungulam. Thanjavur District Sl. Kumbakonam Line of Activities Capital Investment 4 7406000 319436 707719 2010000 11.40 2000 500 .157 19.74 lakh kgs 4760.11 Crores 142041000 13571883 27500 MT/year 10000 MT/year 36 lakhs kg Production Quantity 5 No. No.
Yarn Groundnut Oil Groundnut cakes Sugar I.00 220 45 13 43000 MTs 19350 MTs 4873. 1 2 3 4 5 Name and address of the unit Sri Lakshmi Saraswathi Textiles Ltd.158 S. GGN Spinning Mill Pvt.22. 68/2 Cumbum Road. Alagendra Textiles Ltd. Tamil Nadu Oil Seeds Growers Federation Ltd.69 kgs 25.00 110 15 400 11 12 11. Varadaraj Nagar Theni District. 18000 tons 1209600 dozen 1260 tons 625 T 322. No.S. Cheyyar Dharani Sugars Ltd. Andipatti Srinethi Textiles Ltd. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Production No.35 357 21. Anna Salai.37 391 7 187752 kgs 8 9 10 250532 kgs. Madurai Road.97 l 593. Polur TK Axles India Ltd. Theni Periyandavar Textile Mills Ltd.15 1847. Kaaraipoondi. Andipatti. Cheyyar TK Line of activities Cotton Yarn P. heni. No.7 East Market.39 lakh kgs 2262 MT Tons 20.74 19. Mills Ltd.V. No. Janakiram Mills Ltd. Theni. SS Puram. Theni Anna Cooperative Spinning Mills Ltd.37 25. Vembakkam Panchayat.230 Vaigai Dam Road Theni. Theni.37 kgs 4812. of persons employed 1272.75 4020. Andipatti. SS Puram. No. No. Theni Rajashree Sugars & Chemicals Ltd. Arni. Cheyyar Co-op. Bhojaraj Textile Mills Muthuthevan Patti PB No. Yarn Cotton yarn and Manmade fibre yarn Cotton yarn Polyester cotton blended yarn Spinning cotton & Polyester yarn Cotton yarn 100% cotton grey fabrics 100% cotton knitted socks 100% cotton Blended yarn Carded hosiery cotton yarn in canes Sugar Molasses 10.S. Thiruvannamalai District S.50 MT 7500 MT 387000 Qtls 2500 MT per day 41000 No. Sugar Mills Ltd. of persons employed 1089 95 431 490 247 . Periyakulam Road. Pamban Apparel Ltd.S.30 White Sugars Rear Axle Housings Capacity 27.00 600 643 4 5 6 L. Ltd.
Sulphate of Aluminium ferric Soda Ash Ammonium Chloride Capacity 25. Ltd. Tuty. Bharathi Co-operative Spinning Mills Ltd. Thoothukkudi Tuticorin Spinning Mills Ltd. Thoothukkudi District S. Mullakadu. No. Thoothukuddi Lakshmi Mills Ltd. Nazareth. Southern Petro Chemical Industries Corpn. 1 2 3 Name and address of the unit Tiruchendur Cooperative Spinning Mills. Ettayapuram.. Di-ammonia. Original Printing Press.344 7168 Spindles 51120 Spindles --------12480 Spindles 168 Million Impressions --------------- 1171 44 2500 192 763 1250 262 13 14 15 Printing & Binding Power ------ 113 ----------------- . Tuty. Ltd. etc. Thoothukkudi.200 Spindles -----1080. Aliuminium Fluride.. Phospate. Caustic Soda. Thoothukkudi. Kovilpatti Tuticorin Thermal Power Station. Arumuganeri. Dharachandira Chemical Works Ltd. Coats India Ltd. Thoothukkudi Heavy Water Plant. Co. Liquid Chlorine. Spic Nagar. Kovilpatti. Kovilpatti. Line of activities Cotton yarn Caustic Soda Liquid Chlorine Urea.. South India Carbonic Gas Industries. Travancore Chemicals & Mafr. Loyal Textiles Mills Ltd. Tuty. of persons employed 765 1076 2695 4 2880 MT 30 5 66000 MT 827 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Cotton yarn Carbon do-Oxide Gas Cotton yarn spindles Cotton yarn Cotton yarn Cotton yarn and cloth Cotton yarn 42800 Spindles 5000 MT 52. Thoothukuddi. Harbour Constitution Rd.159 22.71 No. Tuticorin Alkalic Chemicals & Fertilisers Ltd. Harbour. Arasan Textiles Mills (P) Ltd.
95 4000 MT 1969 MT 4000.96 4 5 Sree Sabari Mills K.P. D. infats structural items & castings Industrial Alcohol Acetal dehyde acetic acid and Co2 gas Cotton yarn 165.20 1488.17/18 D.00 2400 MT 2750.00 221.92 495 .00 453 839 166 8 22588 673. Madras Byepass Road Trichy 4 Nataraj Ceramics (P) Ltd Dalmiapuram Tiruchy Distrct M S Rounds. biller stone. Tiruchirapalli District S. of persons employed 677 516 1 2 3 Thiakesar Alai Manaparai Sri Uma Parameswari Mills Ltd.43 No. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production Qty Value (Ra in lakhs) 1158.00 15000 MT 3433.00 432 2106 T 1053.160 23.95 1538945 31. Senthaneepuram. No. Trichy 15 Tiruchy Flour Mills (P) Ltd.Ltd.Estate Thuvakudi. Trichy 4 Tiruchy Steel Rolling Mills Ltd. Senthaneerpuram Trichy 4 Tirchy Distillers Chemcials Pvt. bars.00 204 226.26 373. Yarn Cotton yarn 796. Ramjinagar PO.Sathanur Tiruchy 21 Seemlers Steel tube paint BHEKm Trichy 14 Jothi Malleables (P) Ltd.00 27140 spindles 1520.00 400 6 7 Seamlers tubes Ferrous castings in grey iron & malleables iron Maida sooji atta etc 581.07 50 9 Stone iron pipes and spl RCC spun pies 178.
48 94222 MT 73128.00 18000 MT 7200.92 589 12 Stream Generator auxiliaries and valves 8068.00 24.00 108780 MT 134148. indicating meters Tea dust 1590.00 64 50 20 Oil. Pettavaithalai.00 12484 13 14 Cauvery Sugar & Chemicals Ltd. Sales Solvent Extraction Melachaniyarpalayam Musiri. Tiruchy – 2 Southern Railway Central Golden Rock Tiruchy.00 377480 qutls.00 75. White crystal sugar 171. 256. Dalmiapur. No. 10-A Melavari Street Manachenallur Lalgudi. Lalgudi tk. oil cakes 75. Tiruchy Armaments 652.00 40000 MT 32000. Simco Meters Ltd Meter Factory Road Tiruchy – 21.161 S.00 - 11 White Sugar 1011.00 380 MT 60 MT 152.00 50 . of persons employed 575 10 Ordnance Factory Tiruchy 16 Kothari Sugars Chemicals Ltd Lalgudi Taluk Tiruchy – 2 Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. diesel locomotives Emergency meters. Musiri.13 82500 MT 24750.00 - 3800 6367 105. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production No. Ltd.00 1064 18 19 Refined rice bran oil Rice bran oil 364.00 585 255. Edamalaipattipudur Tiruchy 12 Dalmia Cement Ltd.82 375000 MT 260. Tiruchy Cethar Food Oil Ltd. Tiruchy. Lipton India Ltd.00 733 15 16 Repairing work on carriages.00 164 17 Portland cement 3853. Tiruchy Sasikala Oil Extraction Pvt.
A. 1. Tirunelveli Dist. Sankar Nagar. Kuppuraj 166-B/10.00 50 24. Rice bran oil 75. Tirunelveli Dist. Madurai Roard..in lakhs) 3918. Palayapettai.00 60 MT 24. Tirunelveli Dist. Gandhi Nagr Tirunelveli – 627 008. Cotton Yarn 244.00 50 Rice Bran oil 75. Ganapathi Mills Ltd. of persons employed 576. Ariyamangalam. Ukkadai.. Tiruchy Rajan Refineries Ltd.. Sankar Nagar. Line of Activity Investment in p/m (Rs. Ltd. Thathiankarpet.00 1880 MT 7200. E Cross Ponnagar.00 50 Rice Bran oil 75. Seyad Cotton Mills Ltd.162 S. Name and address of the unit Sun Paper Mills Ltd. Thathiangarpet Musiri tk. Unit Closed . Cotton yarn N. 220/245.00 1440 MT Rice Bran oil 75. Tiruchy – 10.76 214 6. 5.00 50 21 22 23 24 Jamal Bran Oil Pvt. Oorakarai. Name and address of the unit Line of activities Capital Investment Production No... Sankar Spinning Mills Ltd. Tirunelveli District S. Cotton Yarn 234. NH 7. K. Madurai Raod.39 151 4. Cheranmahadevi. Easwari Solvent Extraction Orakkarai. No.A.2. Cotton Yarn 48. Musiri. Sankar Nagar. Moondradaippu 627152. N. Trivandram Main Road.74 Employment Newsprint 869 2.. No. Industrial Chemicals & Monomers Ltd. Thirumalai Mills Ltd.00 60 MT 24. Tiruchy. PP No. Tirunelveli Dist.07 470 3.
M.. Madura Coats Ltd.97 1069 9.A 10. Madurai Road. Sundram Textiles Ltd.. Gangaikondan. 18. Gomathiyapuram Post. Geethanjali Mills Ltd.R. Balarama Varama Textiles Mills. Tirunelveli Dist. Cotton Yarn Cotton Fabrics 125. 7. Sankarankovil. Cotton Yarn 601.in lakhs) N. Sankar Nagar.R.14 1055 15. .A. Atta 348.38 135 17. Tirunelveli Dist. Cotton Yarn 131. Nellai Cotton Mills Ltd.A. Siva kumar Spinning Mills Ltd. Tirunelveli Dist.L. 14. Tirunelveli Dist. Sankar Nagar. Cheranmahadevi Road.. Dharani Sugars & Chemicals Ltd.A.. Cotton Yarn N.. Papanasam (Post). Tirunelveli Dist.A. Cotton Yarn (Stopped Function from Nov. Sugar Ethyl Alcohol 523 N. Gangaikondan.. Tirunelveli Dist.163 S. Vasudevanallur Post. Vandikootai Village. Nanguneri Post Tirunelveli Dist. Pettai. Employment N. Textiles. Tirunelveli Dist. Cotton Yarn 117. Veeravanallur. Sankar Nagar.. Name and address of the unit K. Line of Activity Cotton Yarn Investment in p/m (Rs.19 895 12. Tirunelveli – 627 010.A.42 248 N. Flour Mills Ltd. K. Ambasamudram Tirunelveli Dist. 8. India Cement Ltd.A. 1998) Maida. Rava. South India Co-op..L. Madurai Road. N. Ambasamudram Tirunelveli Dist. Dharani Nagar. No. Cotton Yarn 434. 203 16. Shencottai Post. Cotton Yarn N. Cement 17097. Spinning Mills. Tirunelveli Dist. N. Gomathi Mills.A.60 1036 13.48 537 11.T.
Sankar Nagar. Kalagumalai Road.00 151 21. Name and address of the unit Ragavendhara Spinners. Thiruppanikarisalkulam. Line of Activity Cotton Yarn Investment in p/m (Rs.A. Karbagam Spinners. Ltd. Thiruvalangadu MP Distileries. Thirunnravur Easun Machine Tool Works Easun Engg. Tirunelveli – 627 010. Tirunelveli Dist. Sankarankovil. Employment N. 25. Chennai Stewats & Lloyes India Ltd.26 255 24. Mannarkoil Village. Abisekapatti (Via) Tirunelveli Dist.S. Ambattur. gears 45 46 Sugar Denatured spirit 47 Indian Steel Rolling Mills Ltd. Tirunelveli Dist. Suthamalli Tirunelveli Dist. Subburaj Spinning Mills. No. Puliangudi Tirunelveli Dist. Ambasamudram Tirunelveli Dist.A. Ambattur. Chennai Dunlop India Ltd. Aravind Spinners.33 150 23. Ambattur. Chennai Line of activities S. rounds 48 Machine tools .in lakhs) N. Co.A. Jaya Bharath Spinning Mills.85 157 22. Sugar Mills Ltd.A. 1 Name and address of the unit Rallis India Ltd. 188. Cotton Yarn 47. Kakkalur Thiruthani Co-op. Ambattur.44 540 25. Malayankulam. Chennai Pesticides formulation & packings Automobile Tyres & Tubes Fabricated Pipe Works & Tubler Structurals & values Automobile Ancillary Brake Linings & Clutches Ply wheel ring. 19. Thiruninravur M. Cotton Grey Cloth Cotton Yarn 126. N o 44 Name and address of the unit India Pistons Repco Ltd. Tiruvallur District S. N. Ambattur. Chennai Rabe Brake Lining Ltd. Cotton Yarn 91. Cotton Yarn 27. Mevailarkuppam PO Line of activities 2 3 4 5 Madras Radiators & Pressings. No. Cotton Yarn N.164 S. Mohmed Ismails Mills. Arumuga Textiles. 20.
Chennai 53 11 12 54 55 13 14 56 57 Rubber insulated cables LT & HT Cables. Ltd. Chennai SCR Industries.M. Ambattur. Ambattur. No. N o 49 Name and address of the unit Sakthi Beverages Ltd. Ltd. Ltd. Ambattur.. Velappanchavaid. textiles spindles ACSR conductors & aluminium wires Bright bars Rotor valve actuators ACSR conductors Automobile body buildings Hydraulic mobile cranes Power driven pumps Switch gears 50 Indian made foreign liquors ERW Steel Tubes Cold rolled form section 8 9 51 52 10 Madras Wire Products. Chennai J. C.I. Chennai S & S Power Switch Gear Ltd. Chennai Marshal Sons & Co. Chennai Modi electric Mgf. Ambattur. Ambattur. Krishna Rao Body Works. Ambattur. Co. Avadi Avadi Tank Factory.S. Metal Sections. Ambattur. Heavy Structurals EOY Cranes Superphosphate mixes fertilizer animal glue Defence production vijayantha tanks Steel structurals. Chennai Amaravathi cranes & Structural Ltd. Chennai Southern Switchgear Ltd. Chennai Balaji Distilleries Ltd. Pattabiram. Avadi Sourthern Structurals Ltd. Ambattur. Chennai Micro Tools Ltd. Velappanchavaid Beard Shell Ltd. Thiruninravur Southern Cabel Corpn. MTH Rd. Chennai Line of activities S. Ltd. Ambattur. Ambattur.. 6 Name and address of the unit Ultramarine & Pigments Ltd. Poonamallee. Ambattur.165 S. Chennai Kunal Engineering Co. Puliampad village. Chennai The Omega Cables Ltd. Avadi. Ambattur. Co. Pattabiram. Avadi Elicon Engg. Ltd. Ltd. wheels excavator Double ended spanners. Poonamallee. Chennai Richardsons Curudos Ltd. Porur. Mevolukuppam Empee Distilleries Ltd. MTH Road. Ambattur. Porur Chennai Rainbow Ink & Varnish Mfg. Ambattur. Kaduvetti. Chennai Best & Crompton Engg. Chennai M. Avadi Shaw Wallace Co. Nemillicherry. Ltd. Avadi T. Chennai Heavy Vehicles Factory. Ltd. Chennai RIMCO KCP Ltd. Mavoorkuppam Tube Products of India. Vanagaram Rd. Chennai Rackweld Electrods India Ltd. Chennai Godren Agrovet. Bottlings P Ltd. Chennai Raslee Granites P Ltd. Chennai Beacon Rotor Controls Ltd. Chennai Indian Steel Rolling Mills Chennai Line of activities Ultramarine Blue Soft drinks 7 Arc Welfing Electrodes Cables & ACSR Conductors Inserts for textile spindles arons for textile ring rames. hammers & screw drivers Aerated water & fruit juice Packing paper rolls 15 58 16 59 17 60 18 19 Switch gears & vacuum circuit breakers Printing ink 61 Indian made foreign liquor Granite stones 62 20 21 22 Engineering items Animal feeds Water pumps 63 64 65 Defence items Fabricated items MS Rounds .
.. Ennore South India Carbonic Gas Ltd. Ltd. Ayanambakkam. Gummidipoondi Vigna Oil Mills P Ltd. Ramapuram. tea. Chennai Steel Age Industries. Gummidipoondi Infotech Ltd. Ennore The Alkalin Chemical Corpn of India Ltd. Gummidipoondi Kumaragiri Steels P Ltd. Ltd. Ennore Ashok Leyland Ltd. Ambattur. Ponneri Kanichayi Rubber Co P Ltd. Ennore Indian Organic Chemicals Ltd. Chennai STP Ltd.166 S. Gummidipoondi Tamilnadu Graduate Fisherman & Fishnet Co. Chennai -89 Southern Borax Ltd. Gummidipoondi Line of activities Lights 24 Steel wire 67 Tract parts for crawler tractor & equipments Cocoa. tar paints Perrous castings Ammonium phosphate Caustic soda Electricity Leyland Engines & Commercial vehicles Drugs 68 69 27 28 29 30 31 70 71 72 73 74 Leather shoe uppers & full shoes Sulphate of pottassium Ammonium chloride Compounded Rubber Sunflower Oil LPG Cyclinders Plastic containers Computers 32 75 Plain Ice 33 34 35 Carbon Dioxide Sodium Hydro sulphate Polyester Staple Fiber 76 77 78 Iron & Steel Castings Computer stationery Computer stationery . Chennai Modi Steel Wire Mfg. Ennore EID Parry Ltd. 23 Name and address of the unit Beacon Line Ltd. Co. Ayyappanthangal Cocoa Products & Beverages. Gummidipoondi Digital Data Forms P Ltd. Ennore Ennore Thermal Power Station. Ennore Tamilnadu Chemicals Products Ltd. Ambattur. Chennai Ennore Foundries. Manali Line of activities S. Ennore Mothari Madras Ltd. No. Gummidipoondi Sabu Cylinders & Uyyog P ltd. N o 66 Name and address of the unit Track India & Co P Ltd. powder & chocolate 25 26 Fire extinguishers Water proffing feat. Chennai – 89 Indian Shoes. Gummidipoondi Excel Offset Pvt. Ambattur. Manapakkam. Ltd. Gummidipoondi Sripet Industries P ltd.
Manali Madras Refineries Ltd. N o 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 Name and address of the unit Austral plastics P Ltd. Melavasal. Chennai -67 Hindustan Motors Ltd. Ennore Kothari Madras Ltd. in lakhs) 5 6 No.Boomi bottling Gas P Ltd. Manali Kalpana Lamps & Components P Ltd. SIPCOT. Gummidipoondi Rajalakshmi Chemicals. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capital Investment Production Quantity Valve (Rs. SIPCOT. Melnallathur Block Vijaya Grates Containers P Ltd. Mannargudi TK Pamini Fertilizers. Ltd. 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Name and address of the unit The Sree Ram Fibre Ltd. Pamini Village. R. Madhavaram. Tiruvarrur TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Sundarakottai. of Persons employed 7 66 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Chennai Line of activities S.. Gummidipoondi Line of activities Nylon Tyre Cord Paraffine Wax.K.P. 3 Paddy Processing 4 218000 Paddy Processing Paddy Processing White Crystal Sugar 406000 1200000 93270000 67 67 475 Mini Board 15000000 81 Standard mixture Fertilizers: 17:17:17 5273000 132 . Mannargudi Thiru Arooran Sugar Ltd. Manali Indian Oxygen Ltd. Manali Indag Products Ltd.167 S. No.Pet K. Mannargudi TNCSC Modern Rice Mill. Motor Spirit. Ennore Tamilnadu Minerals Ltd. Tiruvarur District Sl. Gummidipoondi Southern Bricks Works. Needamangalam TK Kunniyur paper &Board Mill Ltd.Vadapathimangala m. etc Oxygen & Acetylene Gas Superphosphate Isopropyl Alcohol & Liner Alky Benzene Pesticides formulations Granite tiles Electrical Lamps Railway Glass Shutters Bricks Plastic items Earth moving vehicles Plastic Moulding Refilling of Gas Drafting systems top rollers Chemical items 26. No. Orakadu. Mannargudi. Chennai – 67 Gloomy Pack P Ltd..V. Ennore TIDCO Ltd. Venganai India Precision Bearings Mfrs.
Vellore District S. 41. Malladi Drugs & Pharmaceuticals. Ambur Floram Choes (I) Ltd. Anusha International Ltd. Pallikonda N. Talco Tannery. Vinnamangalam. 13A. Zackriah & tannery. Jalal Rd. Pullivalam VIII & Post Sree Rajeswari Mills Ltd.M. Pallikonda Unico Leather Products.ft 1500000 Nos 1010000 Nos 1650 kgs 250 86 172 179 20 417 . SIPCOT.50 lacs Kgs 82. SIPCOT. Vellore Dist. Kilachur Village. Cafoma autoparts Ltd. SIPCOT.0 425 139 6 7 8 70 1600 MT 654202 125 334 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 57000 MT 681381 Pcs 1203 pcs 1387 pcs 1229 pcs 412 pcs 651 prs 2497 929 470 400 950 209 352 16 17 18 19 Finished Leather Tanned Finished Precision Automobile components Turbo Chargers & Automobile precision components Cotton Yarn P/c & P/v Blended Spun yarn 600000 pcs 650000 sq. Thuthipet. No. Pernambut. Ambur. 1 2 3 Name and address of the unit Kartic Steels Ltd. Sholinghur.No. Ambur Unico Shoe Accessories (P) Ltd. SIPCOT. Solur VII. Ranipet Sri Munipachaiyappan Textiles Ltd. Farida Shoes Ltd. Society. Ranipet.67. of persons employed 77 38 204 4 5 11. Wallajah TK Kalpana Lamps & Components Ltd. Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd. Pallikonda. 13. Eastern Chrome Tanning Corporation. 32. Floring Shoes Ltd. SIPCOT. Ranipet The Pernambut Small Tanners Leather Finishing Service Indl Coop.168 27. Turbo Shergy Ltd. Ranipet. Ranipet. Pullivalam VIII & Post ABT Showatech (I) Ltd. Gudiyatham Line of activities Steel & Alloy Steel Castings Finished Leather Glass Tubing Shells Cotton Yarn Ephedrine Hydrochlordide Crank shaft Steel & Alloy Steel Castings Service type of society (finishing of semifinished leathers) Boiler Auxiliaries Shoe Uppers & Full shoes Leather Footwear Finished Leather Leather Footwear Hand Sewing uppers Leather Shoe uppers Capacity 300 MT 670401 1700 MT No. Sf. Rly Stn Rd. Ranipet Secals Limited.
169 S. Line of activities Arhydride. Malic acid Cotton Yarn P/c & P/v Blended Spun yarn Super Re-Fractories Capacity 67. 42. Ichiputtur. Flora Flootwear (P) Ltd. No. Arakonam TK Brakes India Ltd.83 T 150 1157 165 60 54 88 30 31 58 KMT 195250 T 25 402 . SIPCOT. Vellore Dist. SIPCOT. Pallikonda Muragappa Morgan Thermal Ceramics Ltd. MRF Limited. Carborundum Universal Ltd.00 T No. Arokonam Vellore Roller flour Mills P Ltd. 21 Name and address of the unit Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd. SIPCOT. Ranipet MRF Ltd. Kanakadhara Spinning Mills P Ltd. Ranipet. Thufail Ahmed & Co. Sholinghur. Winterpet. Arkonam TK Ramco Industries Ltd. of persons employed 425 22 630 Kgs 750 T 90 23 81 24 25 26 27 28 29 Shee uppers. Rly Stn Rd.ft Tyres-40 lacs Tubes-25lacs 90000 MT 30 MT 2107 prs 3. Cut soles Finished Leather Automobiles Tyres & Tubes Asbestos Cement Sheets & Accessories Maida Sooji Atta Bran Sole Leather Cutting Ceramic Fibre products Conveyor Belts Unmachines Iron Castings & Forge Articles 108000 Prs 12 lacs sq. Gudiyatham. Ranipet. 102. 25B. Malic Arhydride. Kornambut. Viruthampet. C. Ichiputtur.
Refined edible oil 10000 sqmt/pa 120000 MT 12600 MT 1800 MT 3500 MT 1050. Vanur Taluk South Arcot Co-op Spinning Mills Ltd.. of Persons employed 7 310 1 1 2 Sri Nagammal Cotton Mills Ltd.. Kallakurichi Sengalvarayan Co-op Sugar Mills Ltd. Panchalam Melpettai Post.. . Sugar Mills. 181. Villupuram Southern Agifurance Industries Ltd. Tindivanam Aurofood Ltd. No. Sundaram Fattners.00 (3 shifts) 225 155 91 28 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 M A C Agro Industries Ltd. Power House Road.00 Kgs 2500 MT 1200 KL 999 MT 875.. Vanur Taluk 5 Cut and Polished granite Monuments. Macroni. memorial. Tindivanam Taluk.170 28. Chinnasalem. Kallakurichi. spaghatti. Vermicelli.00 584. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity Quantity Valve (Rs. Ltd. White Sugar Particulars not available. Needles.. Tiruchitrambalam. Soeeji. Kandamangalam. Atta. Blended yarn Vanaspathi and Refined Rice Bran Oil Rectified sprit Furfural 73 29 36 4 Himalayan Granites Ltd. Mundiyambakkam 2 3 3 Cotton Yarn Pelyster/viscose. L Ulundurpet Taluk Auro Engineering Ltd. in lakhs) 5 6 657732 665.42 No. Maida. Alagappa Nagar.00 180. Bran.. tindivanam The Kallakunichi Co-op Sugar Mills. Mudiyampakkam M/s Brite Granite Ltd. The Arcot Textiles Mills. GST Rd. Villuppuram District Sl. Kallakurichi Co-op. Sankarapuram Taluk Raghavendra Solvent Extract P Ltd.. Panchalam Village. Vikravandi The Madres Vanaspathi Ltd. Tindivanam Ponds (India) Ltd.
Particulars not available.. Sivakasi Tamilnadu Cements Corporation Ltd. Mundaga Nadar Street.. Sivakasi. of Persons employed 7 1 1 2 3 4 2 Swagat Traders. Alangulam Swamiji Mills Ltd. Somugigapuram Rd.171 29. 25-B. . D & E Valayutham Rd. Aruppukottai. Viswanatham Rd. 29 Viswanatham Rd. Tamilnadu Cements Post. Particulars not available. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Premier Litho works.... Cholapuram South Lovely Offset Printers 43-B. Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity Quantity Valve (Rs. 35-G & H Valayutham Rd. Samusigapuram Rd. PKS Street. Sivakasi Tamilnadu Asbestos. Sivakasi Srinivas Industries. 76. Rajapalayam. No. Sri Jaya Vilas (P) Ltd. Aruppukottai Taluk. 116A. 43/3 Valayutham Raod. Alankulam Rajapalayam Mills Ltd. 18 PSK Rd. The Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills Ltd. Cotton Spinning Mills.. Rajapalayam. Rajapalayam Prithive Printers. Malakandamangalam.. (p) Ltd. Virudhunagar District Sl. Sivakasi 3 Particulars not available. Sivakasi Sri Jayajothi and Co.. Sivakasi Shri Ramalinga Mills (P) Ltd. 212 Ramasamy Nagar. in lakhs) 5 6 No. 105 Rly feeder Rd. Sivakasi The National Lithe Press. Sivakasi Electro Chimicals Ltd. Sri Govindaraja Mills (P) Ltd. Kalakandamangalam. Sivakasi Srinivas Fine Arts. 212 Ramasamy Nagar. Sree Karpagambal Mills Ltd. 35-A Valayutham Rd. Shri Ramalinga Mills (P) Ltd. Aruppukottai.
Ammankoil Middle Street. Centruy Offset Works.4. Royal Fine Works Industries. Rajapalayam. Thiruthangal Rd. Jothi Art Calendar. Sivakasi. Sivakasi. Sri Sankareswari Fine Arts. Sivakasi. Bharat Offset Printers. The Origent Lithe Press. Pollapatti Rd. Sivakasi Chandra Lithe Press. Sri Sankareswari Process. Sivakasi Yannakay Printers (P) Ltd. Vivekandandha Trading Corporation.. Sivakasi The Jamakiram Mills Ltd.172 Sl. AVT Pudur Street. Rajapalayam.38-C. The Jeyagraham Offset Printers. 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity No. The Ramamurthy Metal Decorating Industry Ltd. Sivakasi. Sivakasi. Thiruthangal Road. Sivakasi Raman Process. Particulars not available. The Pinoneer Match Works. Goods Shed Rd. Thiruthangal. Arumuga nadar Street. Sivakasi.. 8-4-153 Mundaga Nadar Street. Jayam Offset Printers. 72. 21-D. 6. Virudhunagar... PB NO.. The Nadar Press Ltd.. 79 Sattur Road. No. 240-A. Thulukkapatti. Sivakasi. Heera Hussain St. Somugigapuram Rd. 15. Virudhunagar Tk Particulars not available. Sivakasi. Police Station Road. Palaniappa Print-N-Pack. 57 Kuthianandam Street. 35 Adhi Nadar St. Sivakasi.. sivakasi. .5. 30. Industrial Estate. Valayutham Rd. Madras Cements Ltd. Sivakasi The Everest Litho Press. Sivakasi SPGC Metal Industries (P) Ltd. of Persons employed 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 The Sudarsaram Spinning Mills. 4-A. Javulikadai Street. No. Virudhunagar Rd. Aurmuga Nadar Rd. 5-2-15E Sattur Rd. Sivakasi.
. Thiruthangal Rd. Sivakasi The Orient Colour Crafts. of Persons employed The Golden Litho Press. Sivakasi. Chithurajapuram. 117. No.173 Sl. The Caronation Litho Press. 38 & 39. Viswanatham Rd. Sivakasi Polesbar Autographers. Sivakasi Pioneer Press (P) Ltd. Sivakasi. 1-A/2 PKN Rd. 42 43 44 45 46 Name & Address of the unit Line of Activities Capacity No.. Particulars not available. 21/E Thiruthangal Rd.
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