Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami on Thursday commissioned three projects and laid the foundation for 13 projects involving a total investment of 2,515 crores and the potential to create 9,300 jobs. Of the 13 projects, 10 are part of the MoUs signed during the Global Investors’ Meet (GIM) held earlier this year and will bring in investments of 2,244 crores in various sectors. The units will come up in Kancheepuram, Namakkal, Tiruvallur, Salem, and Coimbatore and create about 5,300 jobs.
Palaniswami inaugurated the commercial production of three companies: Ekki Homa, which manufactures pumps; Syrma Technology makers of electronic parts; and Renaatus Procon, which makes building materials, which had invested totally about 140 crores in Coimbatore, Chennai, and Gangaikondan. These three factories are expected to generate 3,350 jobs.
Further, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone for three manufacturing units in SIPCOT Industrial Parks at Vellore, Krishnagiri, and Tiruvannamalai districts. The combined investments of these three units will be 130 crore and the units will create job opportunities for about 670 people. The government had announced that at GIM 2019 304 agreements for investment proposals to the tune of 3,00,431 crores had been signed.
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