Ambattur suppliers

August 8, 2008

Hi We are in nearby ambattur industrial Estate, and Trading industrial Chemicals and acids,solvents if etc who one interested pls feel free to call 9444007960or mail to sales@pentagonchemical.com to serve our best.

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L. Deiveegan

Ambattur industrial Estate chemical suppliers

August 8, 2008

Hi We are in nearby ambattur industrial Estate, and Trading industrial Chemicals and acids,solvents if etc who one interested pls feel free to call 9444007960or mail to sales@pentagonchemical.com to serve our best.

Regards

L. Deiveegan

Ambattur Industrial Estate/mugapair/guindy/thirumaizhiai/sriperumbudur comparision

August 8, 2008

At the Ambattur Industrial Estate, a steel and glass structure housing information technology firms towers over the bustling auto component manufacturing units that make Chennai the Detroit of India. Both are connected by the same rutted road, running parallel to oversilted stormwater drains. During monsoons, both the skilled manufacturing workers and the software professionals are forced to wade through the same flooded roads on their way to work.

This is the story of Chennai’s industrial estates, the incubators for the industrial growth of small and medium entrepreneurs . On the one hand, the entrepreneurial boom is pushing the government to scout for land to set up new estates. On the other hand, existing estates struggle with a range of infrastructural problems.

The city’s largest industrial estates are Guindy, which recently celebrated its half century, and Ambattur, whose export-oriented auto clusters have propelled it beyond its older rival. Other estates are located at Thirumazhisai, Thirumudivakkam, Alathur, Thirumullavoiyal, Maraimalainagar, Perungudi, Arumbakkam, Villivakkam and Kodungaiyur. Together, they account for well over Rs 4,500 crore in turnover and employ more than two lakh people.

Chennai’s reputation as an auto hub has spawned a light engineering industry in the estates. IT, electrical, chemical, plastics and garment manufacturing are other sectors with a successful presence. “We have globally competitive industries that have contributed to growth over the last decade,” says S. Srinivasan, president, Ambattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers Association (AIEMA).

Growing industrial demand provides a compelling argument for expansion, according to G. Santhanam, managing director, Small Industries Development Corporation (SIDCO) that runs most of the estates. “Every day, I have people asking me for more space in Guindy,” he says, explaining that the Corporation is scouting for land to develop new estates in the belt between Oragadam and Sriperumbudur. There is enough demand to set up “another Ambattur” at Avadi, he adds.

The attraction of the estates is two-fold. Manufacturers share common facilities, such as mechanical and chemical testing laboratories, tool rooms and technology and training centres that they would not be able to afford on their own. They also benefit from subsidies, concessions and easier clearances.

The second advantage is that the estates are supposed to provide uninterrupted power supply and basic facilities such as roads, streetlights, water supply, drainage and sewerage connections. Unfortunately, some of these facilities exist only on paper.

At Guindy, sharp stones jut out of dusty rutted roads, stretches of which turn into pools of slush during the rains. Travelling within the estate is tough on the bones and the wallet. Many drivers of delivery trucks suffer from back problems, according to Muthupandi, who works with an auto components firm. Defending the autorickshaw drivers’ demand for Rs. 30 extra from employees travelling to the estate, driver K. Sathya says: “You should not blame us for demanding extra. The bearings of my autorickshaw get worn out easily when I take the estate’s roads.”

Encroachment on the lakebeds at Ambattur and a poor stormwater drainage system mean that parts of the estate lie under several feet of water throughout the rainy season. Every year, production is crippled in the north phase.

At Perungudi, local panchayats use the estate as a garbage dump. M. Thamodharan, assistant manager at one of the units in the estate, says that mounds of garbage are set on fire at regular intervals, while polythene and paper clog the open drains and lead to stagnation of sewage. The Mogappair industrial estate has also been used as a dump yard.

After waiting for decades, the larger estates, Guindy, Ambattur, Thirumudivakkam and Thirumazhisai are finally getting a facelift funded by the State and Central governments, as well as the unit-holders.

Road-rollers are a common sight in Ambattur this month, as Chennai Auto Ancilliary Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Company races to lay new roads and desilt stormwater drains before the monsoon sets in. Its director S. Gautaman says most arterial roads, which were in unmotorable condition, are being widened to handle the growing traffic. Of the two sewage treatment plants of a total capacity of 5 million litres per day being planned, the one in the south phase is ready to be commissioned by November end. Thirumazhisai will also get a sewage treatment plant and new roads.

S. Gopalakrishnan, a director of the Guindy infrastructure upgradation company, promises that sewage lines will be laid, streetlights installed and canals desilted before the monsoon. Road widening and laying would have to wait till next year.

Manufacturers are currently involved in a tussle with the local bodies over who is responsible for garbage collection and conservancy work in the estates. Manufacturers associations and SIDCO argue that if the estates are expected to do all maintenance work themselves, Corporations and municipalities should share at least 40 per cent of the taxes collected from the estate

Ambattur, Avadi, Thirunindravur, Poonamalle, Mugapair Real Estate

July 30, 2008

Ambattur, Avadi, Thirunindravur, Poonamalle, Mugapair Real Estate

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Ambattur Industrial Estate (AIEMA)

July 30, 2008

Ambattur Industrial Estate (AIEMA) is the largest business organisations in Tamil Nadu, particularly manufacturing in Automobile Spare Parts Manufacturers,  Information Technology industry (IT), Chemical Manufacturing companies in Ambattur, Ambatur industrial estate is having more traders in Engineering Spare parts and Tools, Chemicals, Acids, Solvents.

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