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CEO, AP MSME Corp. visits Sri City

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Proposes cluster of small and medium-sized industries

Andhra Pradesh Micro Small & Medium Enterprises  Corporation, (APMSME) CEO, Mr. Adarsh Rajendran, IAS, recently paid a visit to Sri City. Vice President (Customer Relations), Sri City, Mr. 

  1. Ramesh Kumar, presented a detailed overview of the business city’s growth and current status.

Mr. Adarsh Rajendran expressed his admiration for Sri City’s industry-centric environment and top-tier infrastructure, citing it as an exemplary model for replication across India due to its remarkable success.

During his discussions with senior executives, Mr. Adarsh Rajendran observed that Sri City is home to over 40 medium-sized enterprises, many of which are integral to the supply chains of engineering, air conditioning, and other industrial sectors. 

He proposed establishing a cluster of small and medium-sized industries in and around Sri City to serve as ancillary units to the major manufacturing companies in the region. 

He inquired about details regarding Sri City’s Ready-built factories and leasing modalities. Mr. Adarsh Rajendran toured the campus, taking note of the vibrant industrial activities. 

He also visited the production facilities of Mondelez, MSR Garment, and Adela Electronics. This was his maiden visit to Sri City after taking charge at Andhra Pradesh MSME corporation.

The visit was also attended by Mr. Ramamurthy, Assistant Director of the Industries Department.


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