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TN Manufacturing Summit-6th Edition
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·       The defence and aerospace procurement for the next five years will be around $150 billion, of which $100 billion is up for grab by the domestic sector, said A. Sivathanu Pillai, CEO and Managing Director of BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited. 

 

·       Addressing the members of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on the opening day of Tamil Nadu Manufacturing Summit – fifth edition, he said the potential spending by the defence for combat/trainer aircraft is $26.3 billion, support system ($15.8 billion), rotary ($9.3 billion), fighting vehicles ($15.8 billion), surface combatants ($20.8 billion) and submarines ($46.7 billion). 

 

·        “The creation of Defence Procurement Procedure is aimed at helping Indian firms to indigenously develop products. Only products worth $30-60 billion can be imported. There is a mandate that 30 per cent of the products should come from India. It is a great opportunity coming your way not only for the defence sector, but also for the global arena. The manufacturers have to maintain quality, deliver products on time and produce goods in large numbers,” he said. 

 

·        Mentioning that Tamil Nadu manufacturers had a great opportunity to serve these sectors, the scientist suggested forming of defence clusters in Dharmapuri and Tirunelveli, naval cluster in Ennore, small armament cluster in Tiruchi and electronic and engineering cluster in Coimbatore, after carrying out feasibility studies.

 
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The defence and aerospace procurement for the next five years will be around $150 billion, of which $100 billion is up for grab by the domestic sector, said A. Sivathanu Pillai, CEO and Managing Director of BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited. 

 

Addressing the members of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on the opening day of Tamil Nadu Manufacturing Summit – fifth edition, he said the potential spending by the defence for combat/trainer aircraft is $26.3 billion, support system ($15.8 billion), rotary ($9.3 billion), fighting vehicles ($15.8 billion), surface combatants ($20.8 billion) and submarines ($46.7 billion).

 

“The creation of Defence Procurement Procedure is aimed at helping Indian firms to indigenously develop products. Only products worth $30-60 billion can be imported. There is a mandate that 30 per cent of the products should come from India. It is a great opportunity coming your way not only for the defence sector, but also for the global arena. The manufacturers have to maintain quality, deliver products on time and produce goods in large numbers,” he said.

 

Mentioning that Tamil Nadu manufacturers had a great opportunity to serve these sectors, the scientist suggested forming of defence clusters in Dharmapuri and Tirunelveli, naval cluster in Ennore, small armament cluster in Tiruchi and electronic and engineering cluster in Coimbatore, after carrying out feasibility studies.

 

 

 

 

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Make in India – Destination Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu Manufacturing Eco system
S3 For Productivity
Make in India : Destination Tamil Nadu – A Perspective by JETRO
Madurai initiatives
Chennai initiatives
TN Zones – Key activities and opportunities at Zonal level for Manufacturing
Aero Park-Action taken and Road ahead
Factory Implementations
Special Initiatives to Boost Aero Industries
Mother of All Industries : The Future Foundries – Status & Strategies
Green Manufacturing
3D printing -- Practical applications and benefits
How Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) is delivering results today
Make in India : Destination Tamil Nadu – A Perspective by Sanmar Group
Opening remarks by Mr. S N Eisenhower, Director, Operations, Saint Gobain India Limited, at the inaugural session of the “6th TN Manufacturing Summit 2015”
Context setting by Mr. B Visweswaran, Director, The Sanmar Group, at the inaugural session of the “6th TN Manufacturing Summit 2015”
Keynote address by Mr. N Kumar, Past President, CII & Vice Chairman, The Sanmar Group, at the inaugural session of the “6th TN Manufacturing Summit 2015”
Inaugural address by Mr. C V Sankar IAS, Additional Chief Secretary – Industries, Govt of Tamil Nadu, at the inaugural session of the “6th TN Manufacturing Summit 2015”
Concluding remarks by Mr. B Visweswaran, Director, The Sanmar Group, at the inaugural session of the “6th TN Manufacturing Summit 2015”
Opening remarks by Mr. Venkatesh Chandrasekaran, Director, CVIAC Consulting Pvt. Ltd., at the session on “Tamil Nadu Ecosystem”
Mr. M Velmurugan IES, Executive Vice Chairman, TN Industrial Guidance & Export Promotion Bureau, addressing at the session on “Tamil Nadu Ecosystem”
Dr. Dilip Shah, Senior Professor and Head, School of Aeronautical Sciences, Hindustan University, addressing at the session on “Tamil Nadu Ecosystem”
An open house discussion on “Tamil Nadu Ecosystem”
Opening remarks and context setting by Mr. Subu D Subramanian, MD & CEO, Hinduja Tech Limited, at the session on “Technology in Manufacturing”
Opening remarks by Mr. Ranganath N K, MD, Grundfos Pumps India Pvt Ltd., at the session on “Panel Discussion on Industrial employment”
Mr. K S Venkiteshwaran, Advisor-Industrial Relations, Sanmar Group - Corporate Division, addressing at the session on “Panel Discussion on Industrial employment”
Capt. T S Ramanujam, COO, Leather Sector Skill Council, addressing at the session on “Panel Discussion on Industrial employment”
Dr. T Kalaiselvan, Placement Coordinator, Centre for University, Industry Collaboration (CUIC), Anna University, addressing at the session on “Panel Discussion on Industrial employment”
An open house discussion on “Panel Discussion on Industrial employment”
An open house discussion on “Panel Discussion: Ease of Doing Business in TN”
Opening remarks by Mr. B Visweswaran, Director, The Sanmar Group at the session on “TN Manufacturing Panel Initiatives across Zones / Districts”
Mr. P Boopalan, VP (F&A), JSW Steels Ltd., addressing at the session on “TN Manufacturing Panel Initiatives across Zones / Districts”
An open house discussion on “TN Manufacturing Panel Initiatives across Zones / Districts”
 
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