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Motherson Sumi Systems setting up new plant in Uttarakhand
« Reply #70 on: November 01, 2010, 01:15:36 PM »
Motherson Sumi Systems setting up new plant in Uttarakhand
 
New Delhi: With consolidated domestic sales up by 60% in Q2 FY 10-11 over Q2 FY09-10, Motherson Sumi Systems Limited (MSSL) is setting up a new plant at Rudrapur, Uttarakhand to cater to Tata Motors' Pantnagar plant and other auto companies in the region. This plant is expected to start operations by FY 10-11 end.

"On account of excellent performance of our customers we too have been able to outperform the market with a domestic sales growth of 60%," said Vivek Chaand Sehgal, Chairman, Samvardhana Motherson Group.
"In continuation to the robust growth, this quarter has seen positive trends in the automotive industry with the Indian passenger vehicle market production registering 31% growth," he added.

MSSL's Consolidated Total Sales for Q2 FY 10-11 was up by 21% from Q2 FY09-10. Consolidated EBITDA grew by 87% while consolidated PAT grew by 475%.

MSSL recently set up new plants in Chennai for Nissan and Pune for Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra. Both plants commenced operations in the last quarter. The company's plant in Bangalore (for Toyota) is ready and will start operations soon. The company has also begun construction of a new plant in Hungary.

MSSL has presence in 21 countries and has manufacturing bases in five continents across the globe- Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia & Africa.

MSSL is one of the largest manufacturers of Automotive Rearview Mirrors for passenger cars in the world together with being the largest manufacturer of automotive wiring harnesses in India. It also supplies plastic components and modules to the automotive industry. Other product range of MSSL comprises of rubber components for automotive and industrial applications, high precision machined metal parts, injection molding tools and HVAC Systems.
 
 
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IDPL's Rishikesh plant in Uttarakhand is showing signs of recovery.
« Reply #71 on: January 08, 2011, 04:00:15 AM »
Source - http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/idpl%5Cs-rishikesh-plant-shows-signsrecovery/421111/

As the Centre works out a revival plan for Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Limited (IDPL), its Rishikesh plant in Uttarakhand is showing signs of recovery.

The plant, which is working on less than half of its capacity due to various constraints like reduced manpower, has added 10 new formulations, raising the total formulations to 50, top officials of the IDPL said.

“We did a business of Rs 15 crore last year and are hopeful to increase it by 10 to 15 per cent this year too,” said the official.

Among the new drug/tablet formulations which have been added include medicine for diseases related to cardiovascular and diabetes.

The factory is showing signs of revival at a time when a proposal related to the revival of the IDPL is being prepared by the Union Chemical and Fertilizer Ministry which is likely to put it before the Cabinet this year.

According to the plan, the ministry is likely to call for a package in order to expand the Rishikesh factory keeping in view the current and future demand, IDPL sources said.

“We understand that the revival proposal is at advance stages,” said the official.

The Rishikesh factory was set up in 1967 on 850 acres of land. However, in 1990s, the IDPL moved the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) for its revival plan after incurring losses. The Rishikesh plant used to make bulk drugs like penicillin, tetracycline and others but incurred losses mainly due to the high costs. “Now we are not making bulk drugs,” the official added.

The plant is also supplying contraceptives and other emergency pills to the ministry of health and family welfare.

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Tata Motors to raise Pantnagar output to 3.5 lakh units
« Reply #72 on: May 10, 2011, 11:54:30 PM »
Tata Motors to raise Pantnagar output to 3.5 lakh units
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Moneycontrol.com
Tata Motors is increasing production capacity at its plant at Pantnagar in Uttarakhand by 1 lakh units per year to 3.5 lakh units to produce new small commercial vehicles Magic Iris and Ace Zip.
The India’s largest commercial vehicle maker Tuesday launched two new small commercial vehicles -- Magic Iris and Ace Zip. Both are four-wheel 600 cc vehicles targeting the three-wheeler CVs in the segment.
Company officials refused to divulge details related to investment for increasing the plant capacity and the research and development of the two products.
Around 5 lakh three-wheelers were sold in India last year, and that figure is expected to more than double to 12 lakh in the next five years and the company aims to penetrate in this segment with its four-wheelers.
Tata Motors had created a new segment of four-wheeler small commercial vehicles in 2005, to take on the three-wheeler commercial vehicles. The company has sold over 5 lakh Ace SCVs and has launched several variants like the Ace Magic, passenger vehicle in 2007.
Tata Motors is now directly targeting the auto rickshaws that currently ply in cities and towns with the Magic Iris, a four-wheel fully metal body covered passenger vehicle, which can seat 4-5 people. At the same time it is taking on the sub one tonne three-wheeler cargo vehicles with its Ace Zip, which is also a four-wheeler.
The Tata Magic Iris will cost Rs 1.95 lakh, ex-showroom Thane and the price of the Ace Zip is Rs 1.90 lakh, ex-showroom Thane. Presently a three-wheeler passenger vehicle costs around Rs 1.65 lakh.
While the two vehicles will be currently sold in petrol and diesel variants, a CNG version is also in the pipeline, said Ravi Pisharody, president, commercial vehicles business unit.
While both Magic Iris and Ace Zip will be produced in Pantnagar, the company is open to shifting some of its production to its plant at Dharwad in Karnataka in future.
NEW TRUCK, BUS RANGE
Meanwhile Tata Motors will launch a new range of LCV (light commercial vehicles) trucks and buses under the Y1 platform in July, said Sandeep Kumar, head – sales, commercial vehicles business unit.
The new LCV range will be in the 7-12 tonne category and will be produced at its Pune plant, he said.
Tata Motors is also set to launch a new intercity luxury bus to take on Volvo and Mercedes in the next 2-3 months, Kumar said. The company had earlier planned to launch it by April but is still testing the final product, he said.
“We wanted to make sure we had certain number of kilometers covered under testing. So we had planned to launch it (luxury bus) by April, but will now launch it in next 2-3 months,” Kumar said.
The size of the luxury intercity bus market in India is around 500 units a year, currently dominated by Volvo and Mercedes.
Tata Motors’ luxury bus has been styled by the company’s unit Hispano Carrocera, a body-building company in Spain, and is likely to be priced little cheaper to the current offerings by the multi-national auto makers.

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Kashipur - Lohia Auto to enter three-wheeler market
« Reply #74 on: May 13, 2011, 02:11:04 AM »
Electric two-wheeler manufacturer Lohia Auto on Thursday said it would make a foray into the three-wheeler market by this year-end by introducing diesel and CNG models, priced between Rs.1.25 lakh and Rs.1.35 lakh.
“Within the next six months, we will introduce our three-wheelers for passenger and commercial segments. These vehicles will be manufactured at our Kashipur (Uttarakhand) plant where we have invested Rs.50 crore to set up three-wheeler production line with an installed capacity of 3,000 units a month,” Lohia Auto Industries Chief Executive Officer Ayush Lohia told journalists here.
To sell 1,500 units
Stating that the company planned to sell about 1,500 units in the current fiscal, Mr. Lohia said the company would initially selling three-wheelers in the North and the East and then pan-India by mid-2012. “We look forward to launch products that are highly competitive to the existing product segment,” he said.
Mr. Lohia further said the company wanted to become a significant player in the three-wheeler market, which is now around 3.5-lakh units per year. “Within the next three years we hope to garner a substantial market share, while we have plans to export our vehicles later next year to Africa, Latin America and our neighbouring countries,” Mr. Lohia said.
Dealerships
At present, Lohia Auto has 35 dealers while 15 more will be added by this year-end. “We are in the process of appointing dealerships across Northern India and we will be moving towards the South by this fiscal itself,” he added.
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Rudrapur in Uttarakhand is fast emerging as an investment hotbed
« Reply #75 on: May 28, 2011, 12:10:10 AM »
 
 Rudrapur in Uttarakhand is fast emerging as an investment hotbed Rudrapur in Uttarakhand is on the investment radar. Recently, it has been successful in attracting several substantial investments. The business in the region is also flourishing.
Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, May 27, 2011 /India PRwire/ -- Rudrapur, located in the state of Uttarakhand, is fast emerging as a leading investment destination. Of late it has attracted several sizeable investments. Several new industries are now queuing up at the SIDCUL Industrial Estate. With organizations like Dabur India Ltd., Delta India, Bajaj Auto, Britannia, Nestle, Ashok Leyland, Zhandu Pharma and Tata Motors setting up base here, Rudrapur is set to become an industrial hub for giants. A number of reputed corporate houses are setting up their manufacturing units in the SIDCUL area, which will soon emerge as a major employment hub.
As far connectivity is concerned, it is well connected to Delhi and is close to the major towns of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Haridwar & Udhamsingh Nagar are two key industrial hubs, close to Rudrapur.
Also this year, Engineering Expo, India's largest multi-location trade show on engineering and manufacturing will be launched in Rudrapur.
 
"With the number of businesses and factories being set up in the area, Rudrapur is developing at a fast pace. The area offers investors good business opportunities," says Sandeep Khosla, CEO-Publishing, Infomedia 18 Ltd, the publishing arm of Network 18 Ltd.
Network 18 Ltd. is organising Engineering Expo in Rudrapur from September 23-26, 2011. Held in major industrial cities like Ahmedabad, Pune, Indore and Chennai, every year Engineering Expo boasts of profuse industry participation from various verticals some of which include machine tools & accessories, process machinery & equipment, material handling equipment, hydraulics & pneumatics, automation & instrumentation, electrical & electronics, light & medium engineering, safety & security, packaging machinery, etc. Leading engineering and manufacturing companies participate in this exhibition every year. It is a definitive place for domestic as well as international companies to network, transact and exchange ideas. All large, medium & small industries in manufacturing & servicing sector can be a part of the Expo.
"The state of Uttarakhand has been successful in attracting prominent industrial players. The state also has enormous natural resources that add to its attractiveness" he says, adding. The Uttarakhand government has set up the State Infrastructure & Industrial Development Corporation of Uttaranchal Ltd. (SIDCUL) in order to strengthen Uttarakhand's industrial development.
Recently, addressing the concluding session of a two-day workshop on mutual cooperation between Uttarakhand and 12 foreign missions - Georgia, Bangladesh, Burundi, Nepal, Gabon, Madagascar, Nigeria, Malaysia, Trinidad, Tobago, Male and Senagal, Uttarakhand CM Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said being a more than 10-year-old Himalayan state, Uttarakhand has a vast investment potential in areas like tourism, agriculture, pharmaceutical, forestry and industrial sector. National Small Industries Corporation too has more than 150 members in Uttarakhand area.
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