Tamil Nadu govt plans to establish aerospace industrial park in Sulur

Tamil Nadu government is preparing to build an aerospace industrial park on 200 acres that will have access to the runway at Air Force Station in Sulur, making it the perfect location for MRO projects.

In order to find consultants for the creation of a techno-economic feasibility report for the park, TIDCO has released a tender. Coimbatore, known as a centre for engineering, has a strong ecosystem of businesses engaged in the aircraft industry. Many of these businesses currently provide Hindustan Aeronautics Limited with parts, tools, and subsystems. Additionally, Coimbatore is home to an Indian Air Force base repair depot, enhancing its status as a critical aerospace hub.

The proposed park is strategically located, which can attract investments from the future platform projects of HAL.

This comes at a time when the Union government has put forward a vision of achieving Rs 1,75,000 crore in aerospace and defence manufacturing and export of Rs 35,000 crore by 2025.

One of the critical constraints in attracting investments in the sector is the lack of availability of infrastructure for growth of aerospace and defence industries.

Establishment of this greenfield industrial park will provide the necessary infrastructure to the sector to grow and meet the increased demand, sources said.


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