A high-profile business delegation from Taiwan appeared to be impressed on the Centre’s plan to create an electronic manufacturing cluster (EMC) in the Sri City of Chittoor district.
The delegation led by Francis Tsa, Chairman of the India Economic and Trade Committee of Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (TEEMA), arrived at the Sri City to explore the possibilities of investment after assessing the business potential and examining the infrastructure at the industrial city here on Thursday.
The Union Government’s in-principle approval for creation of an EMC in the Sri City has kindled a lot of interest in electronic manufacturing companies, while the State government’s proactive policy too brought a lot of attention.
Sri City Foundation president Ramesh Subramaniam greeted the team comprising John Ko, Chief of Project Operation, Wistron Corporation, Roger Liao, Director of TEEMA and Me Keng Lee, Director, Institute of Information Industry (India office) and accompanied the members during their visit.
“Sri City is a ready mix of infrastructure, educational institutions, hospitals and logistics. These facilities will enable manufacturers to start operations in a short lead time,” Mr. Tsa said.
It may be recalled that Electronic Industries Association of India (ELCINA) has already signed an MoU with the Sri City for setting up an Electronics Hardware Manufacturing Cluster here.
Sri City is a ready mix of infrastructure, educational institutions, hospitals and logistics. These facilities will enable manufacturers to start operations in a short lead time.
Francis Tsa,leader of Taiwanese delegation