Engineering industry accounts for 25% of India's total factories in the organised sector.
Engineering industry contributes a little more than 32% of total output in the country.
Brand India Engineering campaign, launched by Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, aims at creating true brand value in international markets for Indian engineering products & services. It is expected to catapult India's status in engineering capabilities, by highlighting India's competitiveness, credibility & service commitments in engineering sector.
India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF), a Trust established by the Department of Commerce and EEPC India, an apex national body representing engineering industry, is steering the campaign in coordination with national associations & industry stakeholders in the Pumps & Valves sector.
The engineering sector, being closely associated with the manufacturing and infrastructure sectors of the economy, is of strategic importance to India's economy. Growth of the sector drives the growth of core sectors like infrastructure, power, steel, automotives, oil and gas etc.
India's engineering exports accounting about one-fourth of the country's total exports stood at US $ 58.78 billion in 2015-16. This implies a CAGR of 15.6 per cent. Among developing countries, India offers the best combination of low costs, availability and skills and capabilities of manpower for the engineering sector. In terms of availability and skills, India produces over 1000 PhDs, a million engineers, more than 300,000 non-engineering postgraduates and 2,100,000 other graduates each year, thereby ensuring a steady supply of qualified manpower for the sector. India also has a significant labour cost advantage over other countries. Several companies in the engineering sector have leveraged India's advantages in labour effectively.
India also has the raw material resources to meet the demands of the engineering industry. Key raw materials required by the engineering sector - ferrous and non-ferrous metals such as mild steel and aluminium – are available in India. Ready availability of these materials gave India a major cost advantage, as materials account for nearly 50 per cent of the industry's operating costs. The presence of supporting industries provides a conducive environment for the engineering sector to grow and prosper. India's engineering industry has significant support from India's well-established IT sector, as well as institutions of higher education. India has a well-developed technical and tertiary education infrastructure of over 250 universities, 1500 research institutions and over 10,000 higher education centres, which support the engineering sector not only by supplying a steady stream of qualified manpower, but also in areas of research and development.
India has a well-developed vendor base for supporting engineering industries. Industries such as machine tools, textile machinery, auto components, etc., provide ample support to the engineering sector. Some of these sectors have developed global capabilities and help the engineering sector achieve global competitiveness.
The Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 along with the Brand India Engineering campaign provides promotional measures to boost India's exports in the engineering sector.
Construction sector plays a pivotal role in the economic growth of a nation, especially in an emerging one like India. The market size of Indian construction industry is around Rs 248,000 crore (US$ 37.6 billion) and it currently employs a workforce of nearly 32 million, the second largest sector after agriculture.
Linkage with the development of other sectors: Construction sector generates substantial employment and provides growth impetus to several sub-sectors of manufacturing like cement, bitumen, iron and steel, chemicals, bricks, paints, tiles etc. whose combined value is Rs 192,000 crore (US$ 29 billion) annually. The construction equipment market is valued at Rs 105,000 crore (US$ 16 billion). It is roughly estimated that 40–45 per cent of steel; 85 per cent of paint; 65–70 per cent of glass and significant portions of the output from automotive, mining and excavation equipment industries are used in the construction industry.
Growth of construction industry and its share in total output: Construction sector in India is the second largest contributor to the GDP. The contribution of this sector to GDP was averaged at around 7.5 per cent between 2009-10 and 2013-14, but with the shift of National Income Accounting to Gross value Added (GVA) based measures, its share increased to an average of 8.6 per cent during the last four fiscals ended 2014-15.
Construction is the second most attractive sector of India after services for foreign direct investors with 10 per cent share in cumulative FDI during the last 15 fiscal years ended March 2015.
Forecasts for the market size of construction industry for the 12th Plan period indicate that the aggregate output of the industry during the period 2012–13 to 2016–17 is likely to be Rs 52.31 lakh crore (US$ 793 billion) increasing from Rs 7.67 lakh crore (US$ 116 billion) in 2012–13 to Rs 13.59 lakh crore (US$ 206 billion) in 2016–17. As the growth of construction industry is very much linked to the growth of infrastructure and building industry, emphasis of the govt. on both in the 12th plan is expected to drive the growth of the construction in the days ahead.
The 'Make in India' initiative by the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi aims at increasing production and export from Indian manufacturing sector by inviting more foreign investors to produce from India. Construction is selected as one of the 25 sectors included in the initiative and therefore, the growth of this sector is inevitable in the years to come.
|Name of the Company||Booth Numbers||HALL NAME|
|ANCO MOTORS||C124||AL MULTAQUA|
|ANSONS ELECtrO MECHANICAL WORKS||C126||AL MULTAQUA|
|ASSOCIATED AUTOTEX ANCILLARIES (P) LIMITED||B130||AL MULTAQUA|
|EMGEE CABLES & COMMUNICATIONS Ltd.||C120||AL MULTAQUA|
|NAIGRA INDUSTRIES||C130||AL MULTAQUA|
|NEOSEAL ADHESIVE PVT. Ltd.||C122||AL MULTAQUA|
|DECCAN PUMPS PRIVATE LIMITED||2G96||HALL 2|
|EKKI PUMPS||2F97||HALL 2|
|HP INTERNATIONAL||2D97||HALL 2|
|BORANA PUMPS||Hall 4F169||HALL 4|
|LAKSHMI PAINTS||7G282||HALL 7|
|AEROLEX CABLES PVT Ltd||Indian Pavilion||INDIAN PAVILION|
|BHARAT IMPEX||Indian Pavilion||INDIAN PAVILION|
|GOOD GOOD MANUFACTURERS||Indian Pavilion||INDIAN PAVILION|
|SEA HYDROSYSTEMS INDIA PVT Ltd||Indian Pavilion||INDIAN PAVILION|
|SILVER ENGINEERING CO||Indian Pavilion||INDIAN PAVILION|
|B. S. AGRICULTURE INDUStrIES||PMV B161||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|BULL MACHINES PVT Ltd||PMV A167||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|KAUSHIK ENGINEERING WORK||PMV A161||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|KIRAN GLOBAL CHEMS LIMITED||PMV B164||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|M B EXPORTS||PMV A163||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|MARUTI HYDRAULICS PVT. Ltd.||PMV B162||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|NEWTON SOFTWARES PVT Ltd||PMV B166||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|RHISHIKESH ENGINEERS PVT Ltd||PMV B162A||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|SAGAR ASIA||PMV B160||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|SEWAK FORGING PVT.Ltd||PMV C162||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|SEWAK OVERSEAS||PMV C160||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|TIMELAB||PMV A165||NEW ZA'ABEEL|
|ARIHANT INDUStrIAL CORPORATION Ltd||Maktoum E121||SHEIKH RASHID|
|MEWAR HITECH ENGINEERING Ltd.||Maktoum E123||SHEIKH RASHID|
|PRAYAG EXIM PVT. Ltd.||Maktoum E125||SHEIKH RASHID|
|PRAYAG POLYMERS PVT. Ltd.||Maktoum E127||SHEIKH RASHID|
|SAHYADRI INDUStrIES Ltd.||Maktoum F120||SHEIKH RASHID|
|ALLEN & ALVAN PVT. Ltd.||Saeed H59||SHEIKH SAEED|
|AMBITION MICA LIMITED||Saeed H71||SHEIKH SAEED|
|CREATIVE HARDWARE||Saeed I 70||SHEIKH SAEED|
|EVERSHINE APPLIANCES PVT. Ltd.||Saeed H77||SHEIKH SAEED|
|GARG INDUStrIES||Saeed H65||SHEIKH SAEED|
|MEHTA MANUFACTURERS||Saeed I 76||SHEIKH SAEED|
|SUZU STEEL (INDIA)||Saeed H61||SHEIKH SAEED|
|GOEL ALLOY & STEEL (P) Ltd.||C102||ZA'ABEEL|
|KANHA PLASTICS PVT.Ltd||Zabeel U186||ZA'ABEEL|
|SINICON CONtrOLS (P) Ltd||D103||ZA'ABEEL|
|WELCAST PRODUCTS PVT. Ltd.,||D105||ZA'ABEEL|
|BLACK JACK INDIA (P) Ltd.||D101||ZA'ABEEL|
|KOSOL HIRAMRUT ENERGIES PVT. Ltd.||Zabeel U180||ZA'ABEEL|
Brand India Engineering will make its presence felt at The Big 5, Dubai being held from November 21-24, 2016 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Over 50 Indian companies are participating this year at The Big 5 across sectors like pumps, construction, wires, cables etc.
Brand India Engineering campaign, launched by Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, is a dedicated brand campaign that aims at improving the perception of Indian engineering products across markets. India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF), a Trust established by the Department of Commerce and EEPC India, an apex national body representing engineering industry, is steering the campaign in coordination with national associations & industry stakeholders in the Pumps & Valves sector.