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1 Hon ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu welcomes NRI Investors to Tamil Nadu – The Land of Immense Potential

2 Presentation on Tamil Nadu – Competitive advantages and Investment Opportunities by GUIDANCE BUREAU Government of Tamil Nadu

3 Presentation Structure Fundamentals of Tamil Nadu Current Economic scenario Competitive advantage analysis High Growth sectors – opportunities Information technology Biotechnology New Initiatives Govt. support to Investors Current investment-Flows Why Tamil Nadu?

4 FUNDAMENTALS OF TAMIL NADU *3 rd largest State Domestic Product (SDP) among the states in India* *Tamil Nadu – one of few Indian states with > 6.0% growth rate of SDP *3 rd in Human Resource Development index as per Human Development Report of Govt. of India, 2001 *Well-developed manufacturing sector and highest value addition in factory sector among the major southern states *High export intensity : 1/3 of industrial output about us $ 6.5 billion * Estimated

5 Industry Profile of Tamil Nadu Traditional Strengths Tamil Nadus Share in India Cars21% Heavy Commercial Vehicles33% Auto Components35% Railway Coaches49% Cotton Yarn32% Leather Tanning Capacity70% Software14 % Power Driven Pumps50% With Ford, Hyundai Motors & HM-Mitsubishi car Projects, Chennai emerges as Detroit of India. Chennai produces bicycles to battle tanks – B to B

6 INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INDEX TAMIL NADU VS. OTHER STATES Source: CMIE Profile of Indian states Tamil Nadu A P Karnataka Gujarat Maharashtra Kerala Punjab All India 100

7 COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES OF TAMILNADU High Literacy 73.5% The state has the largest intake capacity in India for Engineering and Polytechnic education - Annual intake capacity in engineering colleges is 75, 125 and 45,334 in polytechnics Computer education in schools : about 100,000 students are trained every year. This project has become the National Model

8 COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES OF TAMILNADU International digital leased lines of 64 kbps and above Several large private ISPs based at Chennai Chennai – the landing point for 2 submarine cables : 13 + tbps – Bharti has commissioned its submarine cable with a capacity of 8.4 tbps - the largest bandwidth capacity in the world Bandwidth is no more a barrier – statewide OFC backbones under construction by 6 companies.

9 Power Current installed capacity: 7905 MW Power availability in Tamil Nadu better than other states No power cuts or outages Uninterrupted quality Power supply to industries Tariff rate in Tamil Nadu cheaper than most other states Additional generating capacity:1900 MW during New Projects to be completed in : 521 MW

10 Chennai Tuticorin Colachel Ennore * * * * No. of Major Ports 3 : Chennai, Tuticorin & Ennore Chennai Port – the second largest in India Ennore - first corporate port Combined cargo handling capacity of 3 major Ports in Tamil Nadu : 73 million MT – about 24% share Tamil Nadu has 14 minor ports – Of this, 7 are captive ports Ports of Tamil Nadu

11 Port Development Development of Phase II & III and LNG terminal at Ennore port Upgradation of port facilities at Cuddalore & Nagapattinam Tran-shipment hub Port at Colachel on G-to-G basis

12 Best Indian cities – Overall Ranking CityOverall Rank Mumbai (Bombay) 1 Chennai (Madras) 2 Chandigarh 3 Bangalore 3 Mysore 5 Pune 5 Hyderabad 7 Coimbatore 8 Source : BT Gallup Survey of Best Cities to do Business – Dec. 2001

13 Growth of Exports from Tamil Nadu Rs. in Ten millions

14 Specific Investment opportunities Software & Electronics Hi-Tech Agro / food Processing Petrochemicals Bio-Technology & Pharma Roads & minor Port development Automotive Projects Development of Industrial Parks Tourism and Satellite Township Projects

15 Information Technology industry in Tamil Nadu

16 Competitive advantages of Chennai Highest skilled manpower density and largest turnout of Software engineers Eminent Institutions like: IIT, Anna University, etc. Chennai – rated second best in India to do Business Property prices cheaper than other metropolises Good city Infrastructure: Reputed schools - American International School Chennai – health care capital city of India with super-specialty world-class health care facilities Good Public transportation facilities Modern apartments along the beach International Airport with about 205 direct flights every week connecting 15 countries in Europe, South East Asia Excellent communication facilities: Bandwidth is no barrier Several MNCs including Ford, Cognizant Technologies, Citi Bank, Stanchart, ABN Amro Bank and institutions like World Bank found Chennai the best location in their Site selection studies

17 Chennai rated best location in site selection studies of: »World Bank, Washington »ABN Amro Bank »Ford Business Solutions, USA »Cognizant Technologies »Alcatel »Computer Associates »Stanchart Bank and many more Hence, all the above have made investments in Chennai Chennai rated as the most attractive location by NASSCOM study Noble & Hewitt rated Chennai the Best in terms of growth vision and receptivity to investment Chennai has one of the largest English speaking population – has multilingual training facilities in languages such as German, French, Japanese, etc. Competitive advantages of Chennai

18 Our Guests…… AND MORE………

19 > 45,000 professionals employed (Rs. Crores) Software Exports PLUS Hardware Exports Rs. 482 Crores In Growth in no. of IT companies SELECT INDICATORS …

20 World class facilities – the most modern IT park of India Built-up area 1.28 million sq.feet – Largest in India Unlimited bandwidth and reliable connectivity High quality supporting infrastructure TIDEL achieved 100% occupancy in 4 months Enthused by response, Second Information Technology Park is in the offing and feasibility & market study underway to identify sites, define infrastructure specifications. TIDEL PARK The millennium park

21 Software exports from Tamil Nadu Rs. in Crores

22 Software Export of Tamil Nadu Sl.NoArea of Expertise No.of units*Export value Rs. in crores 1Application Software On Site Consultancy Services System Software IT enabled services Web Applications Product / Packages Note : A unit may have expertise in more than one area of business Source : Software Technology Parks of India, Chennai

23 Some Trends in Information Technology

24 Biotechnology industry in Tamil Nadu

25 Tamil Nadu – Bio Resource endowments With 5,000 species of flowering plants, 22,500 sq km of forest cover and a coastline of 1,000 km, Tamil Nadu is exceptionally rich in biodiversity Endowed with about 30% of the total biodiversity resources of India Extensive coral reef systems across its southern coastline is compared tropical rainforests in their wealth of biodiversity Large pool of experts in various areas of Biotechnology Tamil Nadu Biotechnology Policy Tamil Nadu - the investor-friendly Biotechnology policy Establishment of Tamil Nadu Bio-technology Board under the Chairmanship Dr. M.S. Swaminathan Single Window facilitation for biotechnology enterprises Creation of quarantine facilities & sanitary / phytosanitary measures as per WTO agreement Creation of Emerging Technology Venture fund Biotech given industry status TIDCO plans hosting of facilities for different streams of Biotechnology

26 Marine Biotechnology Park Medicinal plants Biotech Park Madurai Womens Biotech, Kelambakkam Biotech Incubator Park, Chennai Bioinformatics & Genomics centre Chennai Bio-Valleys in Tamil Nadu Bio-Valleys in Tamil Nadu

27 TICEL Bio Park : TIDCO-Cornell Partnership a)The Biotech Park will have two major facilities viz. (a) Bio-Resource Centre (b) Common tenancy area b)Bio-Resource Centre - Bio resource center will incorporate state -of- art comprehensive facilities c)Incubator Centre Incubator center will house complete range of equipment for up- stream and down-stream process development in several segments of life sciences. d)Green House and germ plasm centre e)Land area at Siruseri for development of manufacturing facilities in future

28 Marine Biotechnology Park The first of its kind in India Location: 20 Kms from Chennai on East Coast Road Land:100 Acres Completion:End 2003 Project Cost:Rs.50 Crores Investment by individual units:Rs.250 Crores

29 Automobile industry in Tamil Nadu

30 OEMs HM- CARS/MUVS TELCO- TRUCKS OEMs. ASHOK LEYLAND - TRUCKS FORD - CARS HYUNDAI - CARS MITSUBISHI - CARS ROYAL ENFIELD - MCYCLES TAFE - TRACTORS TATR-UDYOG - HCVS TVS-SUZUKI - MCYCLES CATERPILLAR - Earth Moving equipment CREAVES - Tractors HVF - Battle Tanks ICF - Railway coaches TI Cycles - Cycles NORTH EAST WEST Tamil Nadu N WE S INDIAN AUTOMOTIVE MAP SOME KEY PLAYERS OEMs. DAEWOO - CARS EICHER - TRACTORS ESCORTS - TRACTORS/MCYCLES HERO HONDA - MCYCLES HMT - TRACTORS HONDA - CARS ITL - TRACTORS LML - SCOOTERS MARUTI - CARS/MUVS NEW HOLLAND - TRACTORS PTL - TRACTORS SWARAJ MAZDA - LCVS NR 160 VENDORS OEMs BAJAJ AUTO - SCOOTERS/MCYCLES/ 3-WHEELERS BAJAJ TEMPO - MUVS/TRACTORS/LCVS/3- WHEELERS EICHER- LCVS/TRACTORS FIAT - CARS GM - CARS GREAVES - 3 WHEELERS GTL- TRACTORS KINETIC - SCOOTERS/MCYCLES M & M - TRACTORS/MUVS MERCEDES BENZ. - CARS SKODA - CARS (AWAITED) TELCO - TRUCKS/CARS/MUVS WR 120 VENDORS.

31 â Key Players107 â Investmentabout Rs million ($ 800 million) â OutputUS $ 1.2 billion â ExportsUS $ 140 million â Employmentabout 45,000 persons (Direct) CHENNAI - AUTO COMPONENT INDUSTRY VITAL STATISTICS

32 CHENNAI COMPONENT WISE PRODUCTION CAPACITY SHARE IN INDIA (%) Visteon – the largest component manufacturer of India located in Chennai Above 50% share (19 items) Inlet and exhaust valves, valve guides, valve tappets, Fuel pumps (petrol), oil pump assembly, thermostat, Timing chair, water pump assembly, starter Motors, Alternators, camshafts, oil seals, Brake linings, wiper motors, Air brake assembly, Engines. 30% - 50% (10 items) Fuel pump Nozzle holders, voltage regulations, Flywheel Magnetos, Steering gears (mechanical & power), wheel Rims, Electric horns, Dashboard instruments 10% - 30% (17 items) Fuel pump Nozzle & elements, delivery valves, crankshafts, bi-metal bearings, Fuel inj. Pumps, Radiators, Clutch plates, clutch assembly, shock absorbers, Automotive tyres, automotive seats. Less than 10%7 items

33 â GMUSA â FORDUSA â DAIMLER CHRYSLERUSA â BMWGERMANY â VOLVO SWEDEN â NISSANJAPAN, UK â PIAGGIO ITALY â NEW HOLLANDITALY Exports from Tamil Nadu KEY OEM CUSTOMERS

34 KEY ADVANTAGES â Highly-skilled and educated workforce and primarily English-speaking Managers â Quality conscious manufacturers â Low-cost manufacturing base â Partnering linkages with global supply chain India produces 80% of auto components and exports components world wide ADVANTAGE TAMIL NADU

35 Excellent Manufacturing Base : => High Machine Tool Capability => Improving Tooling Capability => Extremely Capable Component Industry => Most Raw Material Locally Produced ADVANTAGE TAMIL NADU

36 Facts About Tamil Nadu -- Auto Component Industry ! Sundaram Clayton - Deming Prize Winner in the Indian Auto Component Industry, out of the 5 in the world outside Japan. ! GM Supplier of The Year Award Bagged 5 Consecutive Times By Sundaram Fastners ! Ford (Chennai Plant) Exports CKDs / SKDs of Ikon From India With More Than 80% Local Content ! Hyundai (Chennai Plant) exports assembled cars and Components

37 Facts About Chennai Has a share of 35% installed capacity in components manufacturing in India Many component suppliers have ISO 9000 and OE suppliers The Largest Number Of ISO/QS Certified Companies : More than 50% ISO Certified More than 26% QS Certified VISTEON have started exporting components made in India to their various other plants around the world- Investing further to make India as a manufacturing base. Fastest growing market for Two wheelers Award winners like : Deming Prize Winners in the Indian Auto Component industry, out of the 5 in the world outside Japan GM Supplier of The Year Award Bagged 5 Consecutive Times By an Indian Company

38 About assistance from Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO)

39 TIDCO A Govt. of Tamil Nadu Enterprise formed in 1965 A company with an Authorised share capital of Rs.1250 million Assistance by the state government Equity Rs. 942 million Loan Rs. 373 million

40 TIDCO Mainly promotes industrial development in the state through Joint Ventures with private sector participation in three categories Joint Sector with - 26% of Equity Associate Sector with - 2 to 11% of Equity Escort Sector with - 1% of Equity A Non-Banking Financial Company registered with Reserve Bank of India Has mobilised deposits from public up to Rs. 2,371 million

41 TIDCOS PARTICIPATION COVERS A WIDE SPECTRUM OF PROJECTS TIDCO has promoted several industrial ventures in allied fields such as : CHEMICALS, ENGINEERING, LEATHER, TEXTILES, AGRI-BUSINESS, AUTOMOBILE, PHARMACEUTICALS, FOOD PROCESSING AND INFRASTRUCTURE

42 NOTABLE PROJECTS COMPLETED FERTILIZERS AND CHEMICALS - SPIC - FERTILIZERS TPL - LINEAR ALKYL BENZENE TEL - NITROGLYCERINE BASED COMMERCIAL EXPLOSIVES & ACCESSORIES CORE SECTOR - TANCEM - CEMENT SISCOL - STEEL PLANT & ROLLING MILL

43 NOTABLE PROJECTS COMPLETED (contd..) FOOD-PROCESSING & PHARMACEUTICALS SKM - EGG POWDER MALLADI - EPHEDRINE HYDROCLORIDE R.R. MEDI PHARMA - INTRAVENOUS FLUID TAMILNADU DADHA - PHARMACEUTICALS ( NOW SUN PHARMA) ELECTRONICS, IT & COMMUNICATIONS TITAN INDUSTRIES - WATCHES & JEWELLERY TTL - TELECOM CABLES & ACCESSORIES VENTURE LIGHTING - METAL HALIDE LAMP DYNAVISION - CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

44 NOTABLE PROJECTS COMPLETED (Contd.) INFRASTRUCTURE TIDEL PARK - IT PARK TNRDC - DEVELOPMENT & MAINT. OF ROADS & HIGHWAYS CHENNAI TRADE - CONFERENCE, CENTRE EXHIBITION FACILITIES MAHINDRA INDL. - ECO FRIENDLY PARK INDUSTRIAL CITY OTHERS CHESLIND TEXTILES - TEXTILES RAMBAL - AUTO COMPONENTS DCM HYUNDAI - MARINE FREIGHT CONTAINERS

45 PROJECTS UNDER IMPLEMENTATION TICEL BIO PARK WITH TECHNICAL COLLABORATION FROM CORNELL UNIVERSITY, USA, AND CAPITAL RS.630 MILLION HI-TECH INDUSTRIAL PARK (SEZ) A JOINT VENTURE OF TIDCO & INFAC GROUP, USA WITH A CAPITAL OUTLAY OF RS.7000 MILLION AT NANGUNERI, THIRUNELVELI DISTRICT

46 PROJECTS UNDER IMPLEMENTATION CONTD... TANFLORA INFRASTRUCTURE PARK A FLORICULTURE INFRASTRUCTURE PARK WITH EXPORT THRUST AT A CAPITAL OUTLAY OF RS.250 MILLION BEING DEVELOPED ON THE LINES OF AGREXCO OF ISRAEL, IN DHARMAPURI DISTRICT NAGARJUNA OIL CORPORATION A PETROLEUM REFINERY WITH 6 MILLION TONNES PER YEAR CRUDE THROUGHPUT CAPACITY WITH A CAPITAL OUTLAY OF RS.34,800 MILLION PROMOTED AS A JOINT VENTURE OF TIDCO & NAGARJUNA GROUP

47 PROJECTS IN CONCEPT STAGE SECOND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PARK MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY PARK RUBBER INDUSTRIES PARK XECHEM INC., (ANTI CANCER DRUGS) WINERY PROJECT

48 About Industrial Parks in Tamil Nadu

49 SIPCOT Industrial Parks Irungattukottai Industrial Park Sriperumbudur Industrial Park Gummidipoondi Industrial Park EPIP at Gummidipoondi Cuddalore Industrial Park I & II Pudukottai Industrial Complex Hosur Industrial Complex - I & II Manamadurai Industrial Complex Cheyyar Industrial Park Tuticorin Industrial Park Ranipet Industrial Park Nilakottai Agro Park Gangaikondan Growth centre Perundurai Industrial Park Bargur Industrial park Oragadam Industrial park Siruseri IT Park TIDCO Industrial Parks Ennore Petrochem Park Hi-Tech industrial Park & SEZ, TANFLORA – Floriculture park TIDCO – Mahindra Industrial Park Rubber Park Garments Park TIDEL Park Bio-Tech park, Bio-Valleys Bio-Informatics Park

50 SIPCOT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PARK - SIRUSERI Exclusive for IT industry Spread over 1000 acres Planned as a self contained city Preferred Destination of IT Investments

51 SIPCOT IT PARK- SIRUSERI LOCATION : 24 KM S FROM CHENNAI ON OLD MAHABALIPURAM ROAD AIRPORT : INTERNATIONAL AIR PORT AT 20 KMS FROM SIRUSERI SEAPORT : ALL WEATHER PORT AT 30 KM AT CHENNAI RAILWAY STATION : 30 KMS AT CHENNAI CONNECTED THROUGH OUT THE COUNTRY

52 Irungattukkottai Industrial Park LocationSriperumpudur Taluk, Kancheepuram Dist. 35 Km. From Chennai Area & Cost1843 Acres & Rs.12 lakhs per acre ConnectivityWell connected by National Highway to Chennai city. Chennai Domestic / International Airport, Seaport & Railway station located at a distance of 35 Km from the park Water supply5 Millions Gallons per day through pipeline Power supplySeparate substation provided for uninterrupted power supply TelephoneSeparate Telephone Exchange is provided. Connections are available on demand Major Units located Hyundai Motors, Matsushita, Lumax Samlip, Pos Hyundai, Iljin, JBM Sangwoo & Mando Brake Systems 100 – 200 acres can be allotted immediately in this Industrial Park

53 Credentials Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Promoters Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Service Ltd. Design : JTC International, Singapore Landscape : Belt Collins, Singapore

54 FDI - State-wise Position (August 2002) A.P Gujarat Kerala M.P Maharashtra T.N Karnataka U.P W.B Delhi Rs. in crores Tamil Nadu – the Third largest recipient of FDI Source: SIA, Govt. of India

55 What Govt. of Tamil Nadu offers? Land in Industrial Parks Single Window facility to get all approvals Good Infrastructure support & Power supply Attractive Incentives Package

56 Single window facilitation Govt. of Tamil Nadu offers an effective Single window facility to take care of all clearances & approvals as well as infrastructure support like power, water, land allotment, etc. Common application form for all approvals and infrastructure support In-principle clearance within 2 weeks to enable the company to go ahead with implementation Guidance Bureau designated as Single Window documentation centre by Govt. of Tamil Nadu

57 Contact addresses Mr.K.Skandan IAS Secretary to Government Industries Department Govt. of Tamil Nadu Fort St.George Chennai Phone: (044) – Fax: (044) Mr.Arun Ramanathan IAS Chairman & Managing Director T I D C O 19-A, Rukmani Lakshmipathy salai, Egmore Chennai Phone: (044) – Fax: (044) – Mr.T.N.Ramanathan IAS Director GUIDANCE BUREAU 19-A, Rukmani Lakshmipathy salai, Egmore Chennai Phone: (044) – Fax: (044) Mr.M.Velmurugan IES Additional Director GUIDANCE BUREAU 19-A, Rukmani Lakshmipathy salai, Egmore Chennai Phone: (044) – Fax: (044)

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