Industrial Infrastructure

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Industrial Infrastructure in India is greatly supported by the initiative of the local and central government and foreign investors. The sectors which are most in demand for the development of Industrial Infrastructure are like the construction, health, engineering, textile, and others. The government has undertaken strong development policies that promote growth in infrastructure projects for the improvement of living conditions of the people.

In India, the entire range of circuit breakers from bulk oil, minimum oil, air blast, vacuum to SF6 are manufacture to standard specification for the benefit of customers. Similarly regarding the construction industry the government along with foreign investors are spending on the growth of the construction of Industrial Infrastructure. For instance, in Tamil Nadu some infrastructure projects have come up like the US$7-8bn India-Iran gas pipeline, the US$2.8bn construction of two power plants and the US$2.3bn power project. Other essential items for the growth of Industrial Infrastructure are like motor control systems based on microprocessor and computer control, which is required for power stations, load dispatch centers, major receiving centers, and industrial complexes.

Another sector which has a major contribution for the Industrial Infrastructure is the mining industry and mining equipments like Longwall Mining Equipment, Road Header, side Discharge Loader (SDL), Haulage Winder, Ventilation Fan, Load Hauldumper (LHD), Coal Cutter, Conveyors Battery Loco, and Pumps are in great demand. For development in Industrial Infrastructure, the government is taking initiative in upgrading the production of sophisticated machines so as to cater to the rising requirements of the Indian economy.

In the health care segment, over the last five decades, India has built up a vast health Industrial Infrastructure and manpower at primary, secondary and tertiary care in all sectors. Currently, private sector health services range from those provided by large corporate hospitals, smaller hospitals, nursing homes to clinics all well equipped and furnished with infrastructural facilities.

Last updated On: 7th May 2011



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