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					                          UNITED
                          NATIONS
                          INDUSTRIAL
                          DEVELOPMENT
                          ORGANIZATION                                        March 2009




                               Diagnostic Study –Pune Auto Cluster
                                                 -Draft




                                           Prepared by
                                         JAMES DANIEL PAUL
                                 SENIOR EXPERT, ITPU, UNIDO, INDIA


                                        Project Manager
                                       BRUNO VALANZUOLO
                                     CHIEF TECHNICAL ADVISER,
                      CONSOLIDATED PROGRAMME FOR SME DEVELOPMENT, UNIDO




This document was prepared by Dr James Daniel Paul, Senior Expert, Investment Technology Transfer
Promotion, United Nations Industrial Development Organization. 98/1 Vellacherry Road, Guindy, Chennai 600
062, Tel: +91 44 4244 4555, Fax: +91 44 4244 4150, email: j.paul@unido.org for UNIDO. Terrain knowledge
support of Mr N G Kulkarni of CII Pune and Documentation Support of Ms C S Dyana CII SR, Chennai is
acknowledged.
                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
 1.     Table of Contents ............................................................................................................ 2

 2.     Consolidated project for SME development .................................................................. 3

 3.     Indian Automobile Industry ............................................................................................ 4

 4.     Automobile Sector in India ............................................................................................. 5

 5.     Auto-components Sector in India ................................................................................... 5

 6.     Automotive Hubs around Pune ...................................................................................... 6

 7.     Pune Auto Cluster History............................................................................................... 8

 8      Key vehicle Manufacturers in Pune ................................................................................ 8

 9.     Industry Instutions ........................................................................................................ 11

 10 Pune Automotive Cluster Stakeholders ....................................................................... 12

 11. Cluster Vision ................................................................................................................ 13

 12. SWOT Analysis............................................................................................................... 14

 13. Cluster Map ................................................................................................................... 14

 14. Associations .................................................................................................................. 15




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                CONSOLIDATED PROJECT FOR SME DEVELOPMENT

UNIDO has more than 25 projects in India and one of the most innovative projects is the
“Consolidated Project for SME Development in India”. Financed by the Italian Government,
this project has identified three manufacturing sectors and some clusters for its
implementation:

1. Auto Components (Chennai, Pune and NCR)
2. Leather (Chennai)
3. Footwear (Chennai, Agra) and leather goods (Shantiniketan)

The Project has also concluded some strategic partnerships with many industrial
associations like:
Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), Delhi, Pune and Chennai, Auto Components
Manufacturers Associations (ACMA), Ambattur Industrial Estate Association (AIEMA), Indian
Shoe Federation (ISF), Indian Finished Leather Manufacturers & Exporters Association
(IFLMEA)

Chambers of Commerce like:
Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA), Indo-Italian Chamber
of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (IICCIA),

Financial Institutions like:
Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), SIDBI-Venture Capital (SIDBI-VCL),
Indian Banks Association (IBA), Indian Venture Capital Association (IVCA), and government
institutes like: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises - Development Institute (MSME-DI),
Chennai.

This project has three components. They are:
    • Cluster twinning
    • Investment and Technology Promotion
    • Mutual Credit Guarantee schemes

The objective of this programme is to build common processes and intuitions for the small
and medium enterprises for lean and internationally competitive manufacturing.




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Diagnostic Study Pune Auto Cluster

 1. Indian Automobile Industry
The automobile industry in India is the tenth largest in the world with an annual production
                                                      of approximately 2 million units. India
                                                      is expected to overtake China as the
                                                      world's fastest growing car market in
                                                      terms of the number of units sold and
                                                      the automotive industry is one of the
                                                      fastest growing manufacturing sectors
                                                      in India. Because of its large market
                                                      (India has a population of 1.1 billion;
                                                      the second largest in the world), a low
                                                      base of car ownership (25 per 1,000
                                                      people) and a surging economy, India
                                                      has become a huge attraction for car
                                                      manufacturers around the world.

 Though several major foreign automakers,
like Ford, Suzuki, GM, and Honda have their
manufacturing bases in India, Indian
automobile market is dominated by
domestic companies. Maruti Suzuki is the
largest passenger vehicle company; Tata
Motors is the largest commercial vehicle
company while Hero Honda is the largest
motorcycle company in India. Other major
Indian automobile manufacturers include
Mahindra & Mahindra, Ashok Leyland and
Bajaj Auto.


The automotive industry directly and indirectly employs 13 million individuals in India. The
industry is valued at about US$ 35 billion contributing about 3.1% of India's GDP (nominal).
India's cost-competitive auto components industry is the second largest in the world. In
addition, India's motorcycle market is also the second largest in the world with annual sales
of about 5 million units.

2. Automobile Sector in India

The cumulative growth of the Passenger Vehicles segment during April - March 2007 was
20.70 percent. Passenger Cars grew by 22.01 percent, Utility Vehicles by 13.21 percent and
Multi Purpose Vehicles by 25.20 percent in FY 2006-07.




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The Commercial Vehicles segment grew by 33.28 percent. Growth of Medium & Heavy
Commercial Vehicles was 32.84 percent and Light Commercial Vehicles recorded a growth of
33.93 percent.

Three Wheelers sales grew by 12.22 percent with sales of Goods Carriers increasing by 13.52
percent and Passenger Carriers by 11.33 percent during April- March 2007 compared to the
corresponding period last year.

The Two Wheeler market grew by 11.42 percent during April- March 2007 over the same
period last year. Motorcycles grew by 12.79 percent, Scooters grew by 3.48 percent and
Mopeds registered a growth of 6.95 percent.

Automobile Exports registered a growth of 25.43 percent during April- March 2007 over the
same period last year. Passenger Vehicles Exports grew by 13.05 percent, Commercial
Vehicles exports increased by 22.58 percent, Three Wheelers exports by 87.17 percent and
Two Wheelers Exports grew by 20.65
percent.
                                                   Size of Component Industry (US$ mn)
3. Auto component Sector in India

The Indian auto components industry
                                                                                          10000
has an estimated production of US$                                                 8700
15 billion. The spiralling demand                                           6730
                                                                     5430
from domestic and international auto           3849   3965    4470
companies has seen this sector
emerging as one of the fastest
growing manufacturing sectors in            FY00   FY01   FY02   FY03   FY04   FY05   FY 06
India and globally.

The Auto components industry is predominantly divided into five segments:

   •   Engine parts
   •   Drive Transmission & Steering Parts
   •   Suspension & Brake Parts
   •   Electrical Parts
   •   Body and chassis
   •   There are three major automotive clusters in India. They are located in Chennai,
       Pune and NCR. This diagnostic study presents the Chennai automotive cluster.
       Chennai is the capital city of one of the southern most states called Tamil Nadu.




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Chart 1:




The composition of the sample number of vehicle manufacturers in each clusters were 43%,
29% and 28% respectively in NCR, Pune and Chennai.

4. Automotive Hubs around Pune District

The industrial regions around Pune are concentrated around five of its major roads out of
Pune. They are:
       a. Mumbai- Pune Highway
          Mumbai Pune Road has many industrial pockets. They are: Pimpri, Chinchwad
          covering Tathavade, Chikhali, Moshi, Khadki, Dighi and Nigdi etc it also has

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          Periangud Industrial Area. Pimpri Chinchwad Industrial area has a small
          industries association.

      b. Mumbai Goa Road
         The Mumbai Pune road has an access to the Mumbai Goa Road. This road covers
         in industrial regions like Pirangut and Urawade, very close to Chandni Chowk,
         Khadki, Dehu, Urse, Ambi, Talegaon, Kanhe, Takwe upto Lonavala. Major
         companies in the region are Tata motors, Bajaj Auto Industries and Force motors
         are also in Pune Mumbai road.

      c. Pune Nasik
         On the Pune Nasik highway Bhosari MIDC is another important industrial region.
         It also covers Chakkan. Chakkan where Daimler Chrisler has set up its plant has
         many vendors of the Bajaj motors. This region also covers industrial pockets like
         Moshi, Chimbli, Kuruli, Khed, Mahalunge etc

      d. Pune - Cholapur
         The Pune Cholapur Industrial belt covers, Mohammedwadi and Hadapsar
         Industrial Area and Baramati and Daund off Pune Cholapur Road. This road has
         the Piaggio Company

      e. Pune Bangalore (Satara Road)
         The Pune Bangalore Highway is also called as Satara road. This industrial belt
         covers Chathara Industrial Area and Katraj, Khed Shivapur right upto Shirwal

      f. Pune Nagar Road
         The other major industrial belt in Pune is the Nagar Road industrial region.
         Kharadi, Wagholi, Koregaon Bhima, Sanaswadi reight upto the MIDC at
         Ranjangaon. There is a Nagar road industrial estate association where majority of
         the members are automotive companies. This association is recently called as the
         Deccan chamber of commerce and Industry. The other major companies which
         are in Ranjangaon industrial Region are Tata Fiat, Cummins. This region also has
         its own association. It usually operates out of the company of the president. This
         association is attempting to secure some land for its office space with the MIDC
         and other authorities.
      Major Industrial Estates around Pune with Auto component companies.
      Table 1:
      S No          Location                          Main Activity
      1             Pimpri-Chinchwad                 Auto & Auto –Components
                                                     ,Machine Tools ,Machinery and
                                                     Engineering
      2             Ranjangaon                       Auto & others
      3             Chakan                           Auto & Auto Components
      4             Jejuri                           Auto & others
      5             Baramati                         Auto & others
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Pune Auto Cluster History, Turning Point and Current Status

The history of Pune would describe the roots of the auto and the auto component
companies in the south India. The automotive sector in Pune consists of three types of
business organizations:
   1. Vehicle Manufacturers
   2. Auto component Companies
   3. Engineering Service Providers

Key Vehicle Manufacturers in the region

       There are about 10 vehicle manufacturers in the region. About half of them are
       international ones and the rest of the half is the Indian companies. The international
       names are General motors’ in Pimpri region, Daimler Chrysler in Chakkan region and
       Vw and fiat have presence in the region. The Indian vehicle manufactuers in the
       region are the Tata motors, Bajaj Auto, Tata Fiat, Piago, Mahindra Commercial
       Vehicle unit which are in the region

   •   Bajaj Auto Ltd one of the group companies of Bajaj came into existence on
       November 29, 1945 as M/s Bachraj Trading Corporation Private Limited.They are
       manufacturers of Scooters, Motorcycles ,Three Wheeler vehicles and spare parts
       thereof.
   •   Force Motors Limited was founded in the year 1950 in collaboration with Vidal &
       Sohn, Hamburg, Germany. They manufacture 3 wheeler, LCV, MUV, SCV, Tractor. In
       1975 the manufacturing capacity of the company was increased form 12,000
       vehicles per year, in addition to 6000 diesel engines for other purposes.
   •   Tata Motors Limited is India’s largest automobile company, established in 1945 with
       revenues of Rs. 35651.48 crores (USD 8.8 billion) in 2007-08. It is the leader in
       commercial vehicles in each segment, and among the top three in passenger
       vehicles with winning products in the compact, midsize car and utility vehicle
       segments. The company is the world’s fourth largest truck manufacturer, and the
       world’s second largest bus manufacturer. The company has 23,000 employees. The
       company’s manufacturing base in India is spread across Jamshedpur (Jharkhand),
       Pune (Maharashtra), Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) and
       Dharwad (Karnataka).
   •   Fiat India Automobiles Limited is a 50-50 Industrial Joint Venture between Fiat
       Group Automobiles S. p. A., (Fiat) and Tata Motors Limited (Tata) originally
       incorporated on January 02, 1997. The company presently employs about 600
       employees and is located at Ranjangaon in the Pune District of Maharashtra. The
       definitive agreement of the Joint Venture was signed on October 19th 2007.
   •   Mercedes-Benz India has been the pioneer of the luxury car segment in India with
       its inception way back in 1995. It is the only luxury car maker in India to have such a
       wide range of cars. The different ranges available today are the S-Class, E-Class, C-
       Class, M-Class, CLS-Class, SLK-Class, CL-Class and the Maybach.


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Army Engineering corps and the Air force Aeronautical maintenance hub being located in
Pune are two major public sector entities in the region.

Auto component companies:
       The major international brands that are in Pune are like Boch, ZF steering (German
       collaboration), Autoline (American collaboration). All the major Indian auto
       component manufactures have presence in Pune, They are: Tata Johnson, Tata Toyo,
       Tata auto Plastic, Verroc group (producing components like mirrors etc), Enrurance
       (Bajaj group), Minda, Kinetic engineering (now making only auto components).
       Table 2:
                                     International            Indian

      Automobile                  General Motors - Pimpri   Tata Motors
                                  Daimler Chrisler –        Bajaj
                                  Chakkan                   Tata Fiat
                                  VolksWagon                Piago
                                  Fiat                      Force Motors
                                                            Mahindra Commercial
                                                            Vehicle Unit
      Auto Component              ZF Steering               Tata Johnson
      Companies                   Autoline                  Tata Toyo
                                                            Verroc Group
                                                            Endurance (Bajaj)
                                                            Minda
                                                            Kinetic Engineering

A sample of the constituents of the UNIDO SPX companies was studied. And the
characteristics of the auto component companies in the region are presented below.
       Chart 2:




The majority of 59 % of the companies in Pune have less than 100 employees 22% of the
200 companies have employees between 100 to 200. 5% have above 200 and 14 % have
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over 300 employees. They usually split the manufacturing into smaller units for managing
the labour issues.
Chart 3:




The majority of 53% of the companies in Pune are manufacturers of Bearing and engine
parts manufacturers. 21% are forging companies, 4% of the companies are rubber
componet companies. 2% are electrical componet companies 5% are plastic component
companies.
Chart 4:




The majority of 76 % of the companies are located in and around Pune. 16 percent of the
auto componet companies are located in and around Nasik city. 4% are in Kolhapur and
about 2% of the SPX are in the Aurangabad. Aurangabad is a foundary belt for the Pune auto
cluster.




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Chart 5:




About 50 % of the companies in Pune have ISO certicification and 29 % of them are certified
both ISO and TS 16949,whereas 21 % of the companies have only TS 16949 certification.

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The above graph shows that majority of 78% of the companies in Pune earn a turnover of
above 10 Million Euros 17% of the companies are in the range of 1-10 million euros. Only 5%
of the companies are below 1 million Euros.

6. Industry Institutions

Auto Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) does not have an office in Pune
however their training division has an officer in Pune. The former ACMA president is from
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Pune. The Society of the Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) does not have a regional
office in the region. They operate out of the national office based in Delhi. Confederation of
the Indian Industries (CII) has about 2500 members in the region. They are from different
product categories. However all the members of SIAM and ACMA are members of CII. CII
has staff strength of about 120. They provide priced programmes and consultancy services
to its members. There are a large number of the engineering service providers who cater
also to the auto component companies apart from the power and other utility companies.

8. Pune Automotive Cluster stakeholders

      1. Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM): This is the representative body
         of the vehicle manufacturers. They have a secretariat in New Delhi the capital of
         India. Their key activity is lobbying for the industry and one major exhibition in a year
         called Auto Expo. They work closely with CII. Usually the secretariat staffs are usually
         loaned to the association from CII.
      2. Auto Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA): This is the only institution in
         the auto component sector in the region. However the association has only about
         120 members in the region. They are the top level (Tier I) auto component
         manufactures in the region. They work closely with CII. Usually the secretariat staffs
         are usually loaned to the association from CII.

      3. Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) Pune: The CII has about 2500 members in
         the southern region and has a secretariat with staff strength of about 120 people.
         They have state offices in all the states in the southern region. Their membership
         includes the vehicle manufacturers (including the global entrants), and all levels of
         the auto companies among companies from other sectors in the regions.

      4. Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA): MCCIA is a
         premier industry association with over 2200 members from different sectors like
         Automotive and Auto Ancillaries, Electronics, Agribusiness, Information Technology,
         Bio-Technology, Environmental Technologies, Chemicals, etc. It is one of the most
         prominent and active Chambers of Commerce in India catering to Pune and around
         region.


      5. Auto Cluster Development & Research Institute Ltd (ACDRIL), is an independent
         autonomous industry-driven company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956
         The concept of Auto Cluster has come into existence under the Industrial
         Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme (IIUS) of the department of Industrial Policy and
         Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, New Delhi,
         supported by Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), Government of India
         (GOM) and Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Agriculture (MCCIA).

9. Problems Identified

(i)      Marketing Issues.

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           •   Lack of common representative institution in the region.
           •   One low profile exhibition organized every year.
           •   No common promotional material other than the promotional material of the
               Pune auto Cluster.

(ii)    Technical issue
           • Pune auto cluster provides the best technical services at the lowest cost. This
               technical institution are quiet useful for the vehicle manufactures and the tier
               I companies and not below them.
           • The utilization has been so low that some of the machines have been rented
               out on the premises to the SME’s to arrive at the break even.
           • CII is strongly connected with the auto component companies in the region
               with strong technical relationships.
           • However their technical services like training programmers have few takers.

(ii)    Infrastructure problems
            • The Auto cluster is dispersed over a circumference of about 150 miles.
            • Dispersed Migration of the Auto component industries away from the city
            • Lack of port facilities for export and import have been a major handicap
                however this has not deterred the international majors in setting up the
                production centers in Pune.
(iii)   Other Issue
            • Unorganized nature, lack of mutual trust.
            • Basic Ex. Duty high
            • Local sales taxes vastly differing state to state

10. Cluster Vision

It is envisioned that the cluster would produce 10 billion USD worth auto components in 5
years.

11. Action Plan
Creation of the automotive sector group including a few vehicles manufactures in the
region.
The company information system and the sub-contracting and partnership exchange to be
managed by Confederation of Indian Industries.

The commercial match making for B2B meetings would be managed by the MCCIA using the
SPX database.

A sustainability plan to be prepared by the Auto sector group consisting of the
representatives of various associations.

12. SWOT Analysis


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The SWOT analysis of the cluster will be useful for clean under standing of the capabilities of
the cluster to face the challenge ahead.

Strengths
    • Excellent Infrastructure
    • Strong Public Sector Engineering base.
    • Many are young companies
    • More modern plants than in other parts of the country.
    • Presence of a Tier I companies catering to the Indian Vehicle manufacturers.
    • Strong Community orientation (Marata)
    • Very enterprising entrepreneurs

Weaknesses
  • Global Tier is based in South India.
  • Cost of labour and land much higher than other parts of the country

Opportunities
   • Entry of new international vehicle makers in the region like Daimler Chyrisler and
       VW.
Threats
   • Entry of multinational auto component companies in domestic market
   • Competition from countries like China and Taiwan
   • Dependence on Interest rate.
   • Very ambitious business community leading to risks like credit risks

13. Cluster Map
A cluster map indicating the various linkages and actors that exist in a cluster is pressured in
the figure below it can be observed from the cluster map that if mechanism to strengthen
these linkage are overlaid the cluster as a whole can become more successful.


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       Raw material           Diploma      ng            RECs        ent              ve
       Suppliers                           Colleges                  institutes       Research
                                                                                      Institutes




                                                                       Engineering Service
                             10 Vehicle     120 Tier I                 providers Feeding to
                             Manufacture    companies                  the Tire I and II auto
                             rs                                             component
                                                                            Companies



       Dealers who
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                               Banks        Insuranc      MSME         ECGC            Logistics
       direct shops                         e             DI                           Compani
       for Cash Sales                       Compani                                    es
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14 Associations

Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers
Core 4-B, 5th Floor, India Habitat Centre
Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110 003
India
Tel: 91 – 11 – 24647810 -12
Fax: 91-11-24648222
email: siam@siam.in

Contacts:

       Mr. Dilip Chenoy - Director General
       Mr. K K Gandhi - Executive Director (Technical)
       Mr. S. Sen - Director


Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is the apex Industry body representing
38 leading vehicle and vehicular engine manufacturers in India. SIAM Society works closely
withy all the concerned stake holders like Government, National and International
organisations and actively participates in formulation of rules, regulations and policies
related to the Automobile Industry.


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SIAM provides a window to the Indian Automobile industry and aims to enhance exchanges
and communication expand economics, trade and technical cooperation between the
Automotive Industry and its international counterparts. With its regular and continuous
interaction with international bodies and organizations it aims to facilitate up gradation of
technical capabilities of the Indian Industry to match the best practice worldwide.

SIAM also interacts with worldwide experts to assess the global trends and developments
shaping the Automotive Industry. It has been actively pursuing issues like Frontier
Technologies viz. Telematics: Promotion of Alternative Fuels including Hydrogen Energy for
automotive use through cell vehicles and Harmonisation of Safety and Emission Standards
etc. Dissemination of information is an integral part of SIAM'S activities, which it does
through various publications, reports, seminars and conferences.

SIAM organizes the biennial Auto Expo series of trade fairs in co-operation with
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Automotive Component Manufacturers
Association of India (ACMA).

SIAM has been striving to keep pace with the socio-economic and technological changes
shaping the Automobile Industry and endeavour to be a catalyst in the development of a
stronger Automobile Industry in India.

Automotive Component Manufacturers
Association of India (ACMA)

Mr. V.K. Sankaran
Regional Secretary (WR) ACMA (Western Region)
80, Dr. Annie Besant Road
Worli, Mumbai – 400 018
Phone: 022-24975877, 24980502, 24933507
Fax: 022-24936527
E-mail:acmawr@mtnl.net.in

 The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) is the nodal agency
for the Indian Auto Component Industry.

ACMA is represented on a number of panels, committees and councils of the Government of
India through which it helps in the formulation of policies pertaining to the Indian
automotive industry.

For exchange of information and especially for co-operation in trade matters, ACMA has
signed Memoranda of Understanding with its counterparts in USA, Canada, UK, France, Italy,
Spain, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Australia, Egypt, Iran, Tunisia,
South Africa, Thailand, Scandinavia & Turkey.

ACMA represents over 498 companies, whose production forms a majority of the total auto
component output in the organised sector. In the domestic market, they supply components
to vehicle manufacturers, Tier-1 suppliers, to state transport undertakings, defence
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establishments, railways and even to the replacement market. A variety of components are
being exported to OEMs and aftermarkets worldwide.

The industry has been making rapid strides towards achievement of world-class Quality
Systems by imbibing ISO 9000/ISO 14001/QS 9000/TS 16949 Quality Systems. Till now 455
companies in ACMA membership have been certified to ISO 9001/9002, 78 companies have
been certified to QS 9000, 130 companies awarded to ISO 14001, 253 companies have been
certified with TS 16949, 35 companies have been certified with ISO 18001, 9 companies won
the Deming prize, 1 company won Japan Quality Medal and 4 companies won the JIPM
Excellence award.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Pune (Maharashtra) Bungalow No. 2
Ganeshkhind Road
Near Rahul Cinema
Shivajinagar, Pune 411005

Tel: 020-25536159 /6590 / 4296
Fax: 020-2350756
Email: ciipune@vsnl.com

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is a non-government, not-for-profit, industry led
and industry managed organisation, playing a proactive role in India's development process.
Founded over 112 years ago, it is India's premier business association, with a direct
membership of over 7000 organisations from the private as well as public sectors, including
SMEs and MNCs, and an indirect membership of over 90,000 companies from around 362
national and regional sectoral associations.
With 62 offices in India, 8 overseas in Australia, Austria, China, France, Japan, Singapore, UK,
USA and institutional partnerships with 271 counterpart organisations in 100 countries, CII
serves as a reference point for Indian industry and the international business community.

Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture
505, A-Wing,
 MCCIA Trade Tower,
ICC Complex,
403, Senapati Bapat Road,
Pune-411 016 INDIA.
 Tel: +91 020 2570 9000
Fax: +91 020 2570 9021
 Email: info@mcciapune.com
Web: www.mcciapune.com

Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA): MCCIA is a premier
industry association with over 2200 members from different sectors like Automotive and
Auto Ancillaries, Electronics, Agribusiness, Information Technology, Bio-Technology,
Environmental Technologies, Chemicals, etc. It is one of the most prominent and active
Chambers of Commerce in India catering to Pune and around region.
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Auto Cluster Development & Research Institute Ltd.
H-Block, Plot No. C-181,
Chinchwad, Pune - 411019
Ph.No. 020-66333700, Fax. No.: 020-66333704
Email: info@autoclusterpune.org

Auto Cluster Development & Research Institute Ltd (ACDRIL), is an independent
autonomous industry-driven company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 The
concept of Auto Cluster has come into existence under the Industrial Infrastructure
Upgradation Scheme (IIUS) of the department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry
of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, New Delhi, supported by Pimpri
Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC), Government of India (GOM) and Mahratta
Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Agriculture (MCCIA).


Nagar Road Industries Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture
Regd. Off: 305, Gulmohar Centre Point,
Vadgaon Sheri, Nagar Road
Pune: - 411014, India
Tel. / Fax. No. : +91 - 20 - 6602 9325, 6524 6798

Nagar Road Industries Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture (NRICCA). An ad hoc
committee was formed under the chairmanship of Mr. Yogesh Vaghani the other members
being Mr. Surinder Aggarwal, Mr. Omprakash Agarwal, Cdr. A. V. Ghole (Retd.), Mr. Sanjay
Ajmera Mr. V. L. Malu. The membership grew from 10 to 150 within a span of 8 years.
Initially, the membership was restricted to industries located at Sanaswadi, Shikrapur, and
Koregaon Bhima on Pune Nagar Road. Later the membership was extended to Shirur. Many
large industries located in the newly formed MIDC of Ranjangaon quickly became members.
The Association converted into a Chamber of Commerce about three years ago. It is now
known as “Nagar Road Industries Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture” (NRICCA), a body
corporate, registered under the Companies Act 1956.


Pimpri Chinchwad Small Industries Association
G-85, General Block, Nr.Bhosari Power Hse. Pune-411026
TEL:27121023 FAX:2772401

Pimpri Chinchwad Small Industries Association (PCAIA) based out of Pimpri – Chinchwad,
Pune. is an association of small industries spread across Pimpri, Chinchwad, Bhosari MIDC
area. With member strength of about 3000 members, PCSIA management body works on
various issues related to small industries in this region. The proposed Web portal will
facilitate sharing of general information related to the Association activities, member’s
details and other relevant information. PTPL has studied the requirement at PCSIA and has
come up with an approach which facilitates the Association to communicate general
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information among members as well as outside Association with the following four Web
Components.




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