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About Machinery

The sector is divided into 10 components where electrical equipment is the largest sub-sector followed by plant equipment, and Eearthmoving/ mining machinery. The sector contributed approximately $ 10.4 bn to exports in 2016-17.

Snapshot

  • 29 Opportunities
  • 65.29 mn USD Worth

Mode of Implementation

  • 3 PPP
  • 2 Turnkey
  • 1 Others
  • 0 EPC
Top performing states
Machinery | Requirement

Subsectors

Machinery

29 Opportunities

USD 65.29 mn worth

The industry provides approximately 8.4 million jobs in India.

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Stressed Asset ID: 3624

DURABLE FACADE SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED

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Sub-Sector | Machinery

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Stressed Asset ID: 3620

LEO PRIMECOMP PRIVATE LIMITED

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Sub-Sector | Machinery

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Stressed Asset ID: 3621

KHUSHBU VINYL PRIVATE LIMITED

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Sub-Sector | Machinery

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Stressed Asset ID: 3574

PARAMOUNT IMPEX PRIVATE LIMITED

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Sub-Sector | Machinery

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Policies
  • National Capital Goods Policy 2016

    National Policy on Capital Goods (NPCG) 2016 envisages increasing production of capital goods, raising direct and indirect employment, increasing exports and increasing share of domestic production in India's demand.

  • Indian Electrical Equipment Industry Mission Plan 2012-2022

    To make India the country of choice for the production of electrical equipment and to reach an output of $ 100 by balancing exports and imports.

  • National Manufacturing Policy

    The objective of the policy is to enhance the share of manufacturing in GDP to 25% within a decade and creating 100 million jobs.