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PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:01 am 
Industrialist from coimbatore and chennai need to come to trichy and build their plant here. I dont think only trichy industries will be able to cater to the high demands of trichy bhel.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 7:06 am 
BHEL SME suppliers set to increase capacity

SMEs in and around Tiruchirappalli catering to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) are planning to increase their capacity in a bid to meet the power requirement by the public sector company better. To improve their facilities and enhance production, small units have also decided to invest around Rs 250 crore.

“Given the resurgence in the power market and the global scenario, we are expecting demand from BHEL to increase in the coming few days. Therefore, increasing capacity will help SMEs to meet the resurging demand and cater to the market requirements,” said A Ghosh, proprietor of Kamal Engineering Works, a small-sized engineering company in Kolkata.

According to industry sources, BHEL is likely to step-up its outsourcing orders by 150% in the near future. Keeping that in mind, some of the key suppliers of power equipment to BHEL have already asked the small-scale vendors to increase their capacity.

“Making optimum utilisation of capacity and upgrading facilities will help SMEs to increase their supplies in the market,” said a senior government official.

SME vendors that supply to BHEL have also been recommended to follow a cluster model in order to deal with the capacity issue as well as increase their capacities.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 6:40 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2010 4:05 pm 
VIMAL wrote:
IS THERE ANY OVERSEAS CLIENT EYING ON FABRICATION FACILITY AT OUR CITY.PLZ CONFIRM .

TALKS WERE THERE ABT L&t , ALSTOM ETC..

THERE ARE SOME JOINT VENTURES HAPPENING IN OUR CITY.
A SWEDISH COMPANY HAS JOINT WITH A LOCAL FIRM BABY ENGINEERING FOR SETTING UP A PLANT AND IT IS TO BE INAUGURATED NEXT MONTH.
VEESONS HAS PARTNERED A RUSSIAN BOILER COMPANY FOR EPC CONTRACTS AND WORK ON THEIR PLANT WILL COMMENCE SHORTLY.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:40 pm 
IS THERE ANY OVERSEAS CLIENT EYING ON FABRICATION FACILITY AT OUR CITY.PLZ CONFIRM .

TALKS WERE THERE ABT L&t , ALSTOM ETC..


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:31 am 
Industrial estate planned

TIRUCHI: The BHEL Small Industries' Association (BHELSIA) is in the process of acquiring 200-acres of land along the Tiruchi-Thanjavur Highway for establishing an industrial estate with 40 units.

“We may take Small Industries Development Corporation along (to develop the industrial estate),” BHELSIA president Rajappa Rajkumar said. The capacity enhancement has been necessitated by the expanding outsourcing requirements of the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Tiruchi.

The SIDCO will also function as a nodal agency to develop infrastructure in the Thuvakkudi Industrial Estate. Though the Rs. 50-crore project formulated three years ago by BHELSIA could not materialise, the SIDCO will see through strengthening of roads, drainage and lighting facilities in the industrial estate under the revised ‘Industry Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme.'

Infrastructure upgradation will initially take place in the portions in the 290-acre industrial estate that were developed in the first and second phases, Mr. Rajappa Rajkumar said, exuding confidence that the project (proposal) will be cleared in July and the works can be completed within six months thereafter.

Of the project cost, sixty per cent will constitute subsidy by the Central Government. The State Government has agreed in principle to meet 20 per cent of the cost. The remaining investment will be by stake-holders. The prospects for laying concrete roads and constructing a compound wall for the industrial estate will also be explored through the project, he said, adding that BHELSIA members will serve in the Committee that will oversee the project execution.

Likewise, the BHELSIA was confident that the Cluster Development Programme with Rs. 15 crore support from the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Industries will also be executed in this fiscal.

Project clearance will take six months. The BHELSIA has earmarked a 15-acre site in the estate for establishment of the common service centre.

The facility will be vital for BHELSIA to meet BHEL's outsourcing target of seven lakh tonnes in 2011-12, Mr. Rajappa said.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 1:16 am 
Everybody knows which party VKN belongs to. But VKN does good things the employees.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:28 pm 
பெல்லுக்கு 4,000 டன் உதி​ரி​பா​கங்​கள் தயா​ரித்து வழங்கி வீகே​யென் சாதனை


திருச்சி "பெல்' நிறு​வ​னத்​துக்கு இந்த ஆண்டு மார்ச் மாதத்​தில் மட்​டும் 4,000 டன் உதி​ரிப் பாகங்​கள் தயா​ரித்து வழங்கி,​ வீகே​யென் நிறு​வ​னம் சாதனை படைத்​துள்​ளது.

​திருச்சி "பெல்' நிறு​வ​னத்​துக்கு சுமார் 500 தனி​யார் நிறு​வ​னங்​கள் உதி​ரிப் பாகங்​க​ளைத் தயா​ரித்து வழங்கி வரு​கின்​றன. இவற்​றில் முதன்மை நிறு​வ​ன​மான வீகே​யென் கடந்த மார்ச் மாதத்​தில் மட்​டும் 4,000 டன் உதி​ரிப் பாகங்​க​ளைத் தயா​ரித்து வழங்கி சாதனை புரிந்​துள்​ளது.

​இந்​தச் சாத​னை​யைப் புரிந்த வீகே​யென் பொறி​யா​ளர்​கள்,​ தொழி​லா​ளர்​க​ளுக்கு சிறப்பு போனஸ் வழங்​கும் நிகழ்ச்சி மற்​றும் உற்​பத்தி செய்த ஆவ​ணங்​கள் வழங்​கும் நிகழ்ச்சி அண்​மை​யில் நடை​பெற்​றது.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:47 pm 
Veesons Energy chalks out 5 year biz plan, open to tap PE

Trichy-based boiler and power plant manufacturer, Veesons energy systems has chalked out a five year strategy to grow its existing process and power boilers’ business as well as add new verticals like CFBC boilers and bidding for EPC (power plants) upto 50 mw against 25 mw and utility boilers to generate upto 200 mw.

Veesons promoter and MD, V Ramakrishnan told ET, " We are targeting a minimum growth of 35% in topline every year to touch Rs 1000 crore by 2015 including exports. We will be investing Rs 100 to Rs 150 crore in the next three years.

We have a paid up capital value of Rs 5 crore. Our enterprise value is about Rs 100 crore. We are open to raising money from private equity funds".

He said during 2009-10, it clocked a 40% increase in turnover at Rs 162 crore. The order book went up by 65% to Rs 275 crore. This year, turnover is expected to be Rs 250 crore of which exports will be more than 35%.

This includes a battery of export orders valued at Rs 110 crore from South East Asia for supplying three 200 TPH boilers for sugar industries. He said the company will be shifting its corporate office to Chennai as part of the expansion programme. It employs more than 1000 people.

Recently, Veesons entered into a technical collaboration with Osmo Kaulamo Engineering Oy (OKE), Finland for producing circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) boilers and chemical recovery boilers. OKE is a pioneer in the field.

Mr Ramakrishnan said the industries in South East Asian markets like Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh besides South Africa, which were traditionally sourcing the equipment from the Western countries, are now betting big on China and India for imports.

"Started as a vendor for Bhel, Trichy 30 years ago, we have developed strong fundamentals to support our ambitious growth plans. We have grown fast in boiler and small power plant market. Going forward, we will include CFBC boilers, effluent waste fire boilers, MSW fired, pulverised coal fired utility boilers, HRSG etc..,", he said.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:23 pm 
Singapore agency eyes trade potential in tier-II cities

International Enterprise Singapore, an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, tasked to promote the overseas growth of Singapore-based enterprises, is now eyeing the potential of tier-II cities in the South.

IE Singapore Centre Director, Mr Ryan ANG, said, the agency had over the past two years concentrated on tapping the potential in the metros.

“We have now turned our focus to smaller cities. This is my first visit to Coimbatore, and am struck by the fact that the industrialists of this city have been instrumental in taking it to its current heights. It's a refreshing change,” he told Business Line. Mr Ryan visited seven–eight units across sectors such as textiles, promoters and developers of real estate and machinery manufacturers over the last three days to understand the industry pulse and their interest.

Sharing his observations, he said, “a good number of them evinced keen interest in joining hands with Singapore-based companies to gain a global footprint.”

“There is scope for investments and tie-ups in the construction industry, tourism and hospitality, among others.”

Mr Ryan said he would place the proposals with the Singapore Trade and Industry Ministry for moving them to the next level.

Besides Coimbatore, the other cities that the IE Singapore Centre Director proposes to visit include Madurai, Tuticorin, Mysore, Visakhapatnam, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram.

“We have just made a beginning,” he said.

Technology Advantage

He said there was enormous potential, particularly in the construction space.

“The construction industry is technologically advanced in Singapore.”

“Project developers here could seek technical guidance on streamlining processes and making the work more cost effective,” he said.


Trichy not included. WHY? :cry: :cry: :cry:


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