VISION

VISION OF THE CLUSTER







COMBINED AND CONTINUOUS EFFORTS FOR MAKING THE TURN OVER OF THE CLUSTER TWO FOLD IN 3 YEARS BY MAKING IT VIBRANT THROUGH:


  • EXPLORATION AND CREATION OF NEW MARKETS,
  • Surface transport PROMOTION OF NEW MSMEs,
  • SKILL & TECHNOLOGY UPGARDATION,
  • ADOPTION OF BENCH MARK IN PRODUCTIVITY & ACQUISITION OF QUALITY AT PAR WITH GLOBAL EXCELLENCE IN TERMS OF QUALITY AND PRICE.

IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CLUSTER:

The cluster will develop by utilizing its strength to capitalise on the opportunities that are presented with. It must also take cognizance of its weaknesses and try to work on them while trying to minimise the threats. What follow is the strategic interventions proposed for the development of the cluster to achieve the vision.

INFRASTRUCTURE:

Establishment of a common facility centre with provision for testing laboratory and raw material bank.

RAW MATERIAL:

  • Creation of a data bank on the raw material requirements of the individual firms.
  • Formation of raw material consortia.
  • Pressurising the raw material suppliers to open more counters in the close proximity to the cluster.

TECHNOLOGY:

There is a need to go for the assistance of Support Institutions and the CIPET in particular to


  • Guide for adoption of new technologies in plastics process, tooling and quality control.
  • Help in new design and product development as per the market requirements.
  • Help in capacity building of stakeholders through motivation, counseling and training as per their needs.

PRODUCT:


  • Common branding- The stakeholders can experience the power of synergy over domestic and export markets should they come together to develop a common brand with quality assurance.
  • Product diversification as per the market requirement.

QUALITY:


  • Conducting skill cum technology up-gradation programmes.
  • Conducting training programmes on waste minimization at operating level.
  • Providing assistance in acquiring quality certification for the left outs.
  • Guiding the stakeholders on energy, time and quality management.

MARKET:


  • Joint participation in International Trade Fairs.
  • Organization of buyer-seller meets.
  • Interaction with marketing firms to build linkages for marketability
  • Creation of website for e-commerce.
  • Linkage with BDS providers to facilitate export market.
  • Preparation of common brochure.
  • Providing escort services in obtaining financial assistance from financing institutions.

SOCIAL CAPITAL:


  • Strengthening the Local Industry Associations by regular meetings and making them proactive to cluster development.